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26Feb 2016
Richard Mngazija
The Guardian
Missing Link

Scene: A bar in Kariakoo

25Feb 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian
The College Comfort Zone

There are things money can’t buy and while these things are priceless so is our talents and the passion we have towards somethings.

21Feb 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Whispers

The next Summit of EAC heads of state is just around the corner: This exclusive club of the region’s Big Men is due to meet in Arusha on 29 February, and we can expect more of the same menu they...

21Feb 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Justice Africa

The United Nations was created in order to prevent another global war comparable to World War ll from happening and to guarantee peace, stability and economic and social progress for all people in...

21Feb 2016
Kenan Kalagho
Guardian On Sunday
The voice to be heard

On Tuesday I laid my grandma to rest at Chanika on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam having been born 76 years ago.

19Feb 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian
The College Comfort Zone

STUDENTS are conditioned to view college in a certain way, sprawling campuses, stadium-style lecture halls and of course non-stop partying. While college might have all of these elements and more...

19Feb 2016
The Guardian
Missing Link

Scene: A bar in Kariakoo

18Feb 2016
Patience Mutabirwa
The Guardian
Understanding purchasing

IN less than two decades Tanzania has had three versions of the procurement law, the first was enacted in 2001 and was enforceD for three (3) years.

18Feb 2016
Assumpta Nalitolela
The Guardian
Back to principles and standards

“I don’t want a cheque, please pay me cash”, begged a businessman who was receiving his payments from an institution he had supplied fruits.

18Feb 2016
Nick Branson
The Guardian
Commentary

ON 30 November 2015, a landmark judgment saw Standard Bank fined US$25.2 million and ordered to pay the government of Tanzania US$7 million in compensation for allegedly failing to prevent bribery...

14Feb 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
Ea Wowen in Perspective

Arusha, 13 February 2016 (EANA) – The World Female Genital Mutilation Day passed uneventfully, with little pomp and colour for the day set aside to highlight the plight of over three million...

14Feb 2016
Kenan Kalagho
Guardian On Sunday
The voice to be heard

A week ago, I was in favour of a notion that Europeans were more informed than Africans during a conversation with a friend of mine.

14Feb 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Humour

I can see that guy shaking his head thinking I’m making this question up. No, the question’s been adapted from Indian NDTV (Feb 4, 2016) after a Bongolalaland girl, who happens to be the daughter...

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