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21Mar 2020
The Guardian

Only 57 per cent of Tanzania’s population of 57 million have access to an improved source of safe water, and only 30 per cent of Tanzania’s...

20Mar 2020
The Guardian

CONTAINING the spread of the coronavirus pandemic is an urgent matter for the whole of humankind, with some countries having witnessed tragically...

19Mar 2020
The Guardian

The date of the establishment of the World Meteorological Organisation in 23 March 1950 has been named World Meteorological Day. This organisation...

18Mar 2020
The Guardian

During the 2008 world financial crisis (or financial meltdown) – with adverse events including steep fall in stock markets, decline in asset...

18Mar 2020
The Guardian

It’s so easy for us to forget what the reality is for most Tanzanians who are born with a disability. It’s easy for us to put to the back of our...

16Mar 2020
The Guardian

Africa needs to do more to address the dumping of hazardous wastes, especially from the developed world, into the continent. African nations have...

14Mar 2020
The Guardian

Climate change otherwise called global warming is a long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system; an aspect of climate...

13Mar 2020
The Guardian

FINANCE minister Dr Philip Mpango has unveiled 35 trillion/- Budget estimates for financial year 2020/2021, presented to the legislature in a...

12Mar 2020
The Guardian

Africa, along with Asia, is the epicentre of global urbanisation. It is undergoing a rapid urban transition and is set to be the fastest...

11Mar 2020
The Guardian

​​​​​​​A fuel is any material that can be made to react with other substances so that it releases energy as heat energy or to be used for work....

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