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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...

18Sep 2021
The Guardian

THERE are now, admittedly, much fewer reports of cases of poaching, illegal logging and other crimes relating to invasions of nature reserves in...

17Sep 2021
The Guardian

THE Wami/Ruvu Basin Water Board has flashed a danger signal by taking measures to restrict the issuance of permits for water harvesting in the...

17Sep 2021
The Guardian

TAKING stock of the World Patient Safety Day (WPSD), which is observed each September 17 to raise global awareness about patient safety, brings to...

16Sep 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​CRIES for the buying of maize by government agencies have been heard and money disbursed for the purpose.

16Sep 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​RECORDS show that there has been a widening hole in the ozone layer for four long decades, especially over the poles.

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