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24Sep 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​ANY doubts remaining as to how far the world is prepared to push on with global vaccination to stem the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic,...

24Sep 2021
The Guardian

GOVERNMENT agencies are going through procedural action meant to sort out some bottlenecks to the business environment which have piled up over...

23Sep 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​THE world was at midweek – September 22 – marking World Rhino Day and, going by the media globally, it was a real and visible celebration...

22Sep 2021
The Guardian

POLICE are making frantic efforts to eradicate crime in Lake Victoria, going by recent remarks made in Mwanza Region by long-serving Commissioner...

22Sep 2021
The Guardian

LEADING officials at the public power supply monopoly, Tanesco, must have had a nasty moment on Monday when Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa refused...

21Sep 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​WORLD Peace Day, also known as the International Day of Peace, is an event sanctioned by the United Nations General Assembly and observed...

21Sep 2021
The Guardian

TOP government officials making visits to districts across the country time and time again find it hard bridging popular expectations by the...

20Sep 2021
The Guardian

THERE are relentless pleas for the involvement of district-level experts in the issuance of investment permits to prospective investors – that is...

20Sep 2021
The Guardian

DISQUIET seems to be rising among law enforcement agencies about transactions conducted on mobile phones directly or intimated by way of incessant...

18Sep 2021
The Guardian

THERE is a relatively new international commemoration, for equal pay between the genders, which started in the US in 1996 before being adopted by...

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