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07Dec 2019
The Guardian

Despite decades of talk and relentless efforts by the government, environmental activists and other stakeholders, illegal and uncontrolled tree...

06Dec 2019
The Guardian

EXPERTS have been working on the first National Giraffe Conservation Action Plan, which has just launched in Arusha, with the iconic tall mammals...

05Dec 2019
The Guardian

SECTIONS of the media time and again carry reports of the arrest and arraignment of foreign nationals entering – and attempting to move across –...

04Dec 2019
The Guardian

AGRICULTURE is one of the sectors that have for decades on end provoked the most debate within specific spheres and disciplines such as academia...

04Dec 2019
The Guardian

WE are witnessing renewed efforts to build a framework of co-operation in relation to the East African cotton sub-sector, especially by laying out...

29Nov 2019
The Guardian

THE “second-phase” – call it “second-edition”, if you will – intergovernmental organisation known as East African Community (EAC) and now composed...

28Nov 2019
The Guardian

WHILE its work has been boosted considerably in recent years, it appears that the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) remains...

27Nov 2019
The Guardian

RESIDENTS of Kikombo area within the wider city agglomeration in Dodoma have something to smile about following an order by President John...

26Nov 2019
The Guardian

THE Health ministry officials and the Medical Women’s Association of Tanzania (Mewata) are in the thick of a campaign to talk 14-year-old girls,...

25Nov 2019
The Guardian

THE world has for decades witnessed demands for equal rights and crusades against the victimisation of people with disabilities, among them those...

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