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14Apr 2016
Patience Mutabirwa
The Guardian
Understanding purchasing

EXPERIENCE shows that Tanzania has a pedigree of being a trendsetter in policy formulation, law making and institutions’ establishment in East African, if not the continent in general.

14Apr 2016
Assumpta Nalitolela
The Guardian
Back to principles and standards

Legally, companies are separate entities that can sue or be sued. This means the affairs of the company should not be mingled with the affairs of the owners. In indeed, even the company’s debts...

10Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
Guardian On Sunday
The Roving Reporter

It’s been years ever since it happened, but I think I’ll live to remember the incident whose puzzle is a mystery even for witches and wizards. It’s a kind of thing about which neither science nor...

10Apr 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

After the American Millennium Challenge Corp (AMCC) withdrew its pledge of furnishing the hunk with $700 thanks to Zenj’s mess, as a hunk, we need to think out of the box about how to bridge the...

08Apr 2016
Richard Mngazija
The Guardian
Missing Link

I had a dream last night. I woke up in a sweat. I actually thought that I was in chains. My feet and hands were shackled.

07Apr 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian
The College Comfort Zone

As someone who didn’t try so hard in high school, coming to college was a reality check. As I did, many others got through high school by mere skimming of notes, students need to relearn how to...

03Apr 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

Dear Mr President, Dr Joni Makufuli. How are you doing? Take note that you made my Easter. On top of bang and swig, you made me happy type when you spoke to the nation during your Easter oration...

03Apr 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

It is no secret that donors finance the lion’s share of activities by the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat and its regional institutions, a fact that we are nauseatingly reminded at every...

03Apr 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Justice Africa

With each passing day, the 10-year-old African Court on Human and People’s Rights (AfCHPR) proves it is indeed an institution guided by very high standards of professionalism that make its...

02Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
The Guardian
Environment and beyond

IN 2009 the residents of Moka village in Lindi district, Lindi region, acted extraordinarily when they refused to take part in a programme to conserve their forest that would see them earn some...

01Apr 2016
Richard Mngazija
The Guardian
Missing Link

Last Wednesday a friend of mine went to bed a relatively rich man. He woke up on Thursday morning a pauper.

31Mar 2016
Patience Mutabirwa
The Guardian
Understanding purchasing

Reseach indicates that students’ enrolment in procurement programs was increasing at a high rate in the early 80’s when procurement was recognised as a profession for the first time in Tanzania....

26Mar 2016
Deo Mfugale
The Guardian
Environment and beyond

Countries that participated in the Paris Climate Conference (COP21) in December last year adopted the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.

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