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10Apr 2018
The Guardian

ROUNDABOUT six years ago, banks and Tanzanian, Kenyan and Ugandan government ministries overseeing the finance, housing and lands portfolios were...

10Apr 2018
The Guardian

WE are revisiting an issue we first harped on sometime in 2012, which is the relevance of examinations in our education system. This is for...

09Apr 2018
The Guardian

GOING by most authoritative reports roundabout a decade ago, no fewer than 195 million children in the world were engaged in child labour. In...

09Apr 2018
The Guardian

AN Appeals Committee to the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) Ethics Committee has recommended that legal measures be taken against the TFF vice...

08Apr 2018
Guardian On Sunday

THERE is an expression in elementary physics which says that 'evaporation takes place in all temperatures,' which can be tied up in political life...

07Apr 2018
The Guardian

EASTER Monday in South Africa was disrupted by a massive moment of psychic transition, in the death of Winnie Mandela (her full name as Winnie...

07Apr 2018
The Guardian

APRIL is a month of festivals, especially on account of the long Easter weekend starting on Friday and ending on Monday inclusive, but for many,...

06Apr 2018
The Guardian

APRIL 7, 2004 was recognized as an international observance the International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda by the United...

06Apr 2018
The Guardian

THE World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (...

05Apr 2018
The Guardian

THE UN Sustainable Development Summit, which took place on 25-27 September 2015 in New York, unanimously adopted the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable...

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