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19Aug 2021
The Guardian

Africa values neither its journalists nor its newspapers. They are poorly paid and often treated badly by proprietors. Consequently, journalism is...

18Aug 2021
The Guardian

On the 20 August of 1897, Sir Ronald Ross discovered that female mosquitoes transmit malaria between humans. Since then, we've followed it's...

17Aug 2021
The Guardian

LOOKING back through the history of biological evolution and human civilisation, drought not only claimed lives of various creatures but also...

17Aug 2021
The Guardian

Concern is growing all over the world about the plight of small farmers in view of their
vulnerability to poverty and chronic under-...

16Aug 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​Humanitarianism is an active belief in the value of human life, whereby humans practice benevolent treatment and provide assistance to...

14Aug 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​THERE is often a gap in reality as to what decisions have been made by the government and as to how far they are actually being implemented...

14Aug 2021
The Guardian

NEWS that the African Union has allocated 17 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to Tanzania as a part of a global programme to help the continental...

12Aug 2021
The Guardian

​​​​​​​IN Tanzania, forty-four per cent of all children are stunted according to numbers released by the World Bank. Stunting occurs, of course,...

12Aug 2021
The Guardian

Girls with little or no education are far more likely to be married as children, suffer domestic violence, live in poverty, and lack a say over...

11Aug 2021
The Guardian

THERE is an ongoing trend to spur the economic growth that is already on a positive trend in Africa and Tanzania is no exception  to greater...

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