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29May 2020
The Guardian

TANZANIA is set to receive a 175.6bn/- credit line for water and sanitation projects, with France having extended some 175.6 billion/- in support...

29May 2020
The Guardian

MAY 28 is an appointed day for activists and governments worldwide, and especially in poor countries, to reflect on what they are doing or have...

28May 2020
The Guardian

SOME confusion appears to be brewing as to how hygiene precautions are to be ensured as high schools, colleges and universities reopen.

28May 2020
The Guardian

SEVERAL news commentators in Tanzania were easily in high spirits yesterday when looking at photos and details of an event where Finance and...

27May 2020
The Guardian

DAR ES SALAAM police on patrol have reported having killed seven suspected bandits, in the process also seizing a pistol with three bullets.

26May 2020
The Guardian

PROSPECTS of opening primary and secondary schools still hang in the balance owing to the difficulties of figuring out how precautions about...

25May 2020
The Guardian

Peace is a concept of societal friendship and harmony in the absence of hostility and violence. In a social sense, peace is commonly used to mean...

25May 2020
The Guardian

Africa, the continent from which humanity fanned out and which begat modern civilisation, is marking its Day on today, May 25. It is Africa's most...

23May 2020
The Guardian

An invisible virus has made our individual actions more visible than ever - and revealed our true power to face societal crises beyond COVID-19....

23May 2020
The Guardian

​​​​​​​Gender equality is a belief that both men and women should receive equal treatment. People should not be discriminated against because of...

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