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04Mar 2022
The Guardian

THE government has once again won accolades for what it has been doing towards ensuring equality of opportunities in society for both women and...

03Mar 2022
The Guardian

ACTIVISTS around the world on Tuesday (March 1) marked World Zero Discrimination Day, which can be said to be somewhat relaxed in its orientation...

03Mar 2022
The Guardian

NOTHING is easier in psychological terms than marking out the vast chasm separating humans from beasts and, for evident reasons, this mental...

01Mar 2022
The Guardian

VISIBLE achievements continue to straddle foreign visits by President Samia Suluhu Hassan, who is proving practically the country’s top economic...

28Feb 2022
The Guardian

Ethical leadership is leadership that is directed by respect for ethical beliefs and values and for the dignity and rights of others. It is thus...

26Feb 2022
The Guardian

Although there has been a significant increase in tourism in Africa, the sector’s abundant potential remains largely untapped on the continent....

24Feb 2022
The Guardian

Rural women make up a quarter of the world’s population. They grow much of our food, strengthen economies and build climate resilience.

21Feb 2022
The Guardian

We must rebrand Africa as ‘the conservation continent’ to take full advantage of our core strength. Although Africa has contributed the least to...

19Feb 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​In politics, humanitarian aid, and social science, hunger is a condition in which a person, for a sustained period, is unable to eat...

18Feb 2022
The Guardian

THE Ambassador of the United States to Tanzania, Dr Donald Wright, on Wednesday delivered a lecture on US foreign policy and relations between the...

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