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01Aug 2022
The Guardian

IT is no secret that Tanzania has a very young population with more than 30 per cent of it below 35 years.

29Jul 2022
The Guardian

EASTERN Africa experts as well as observers in political and legal disciplines from a range of Commonwealth countries have lately been comparing...

18Jul 2022
The Guardian

THERE are reports that climate adaptation for African states is beginning to dwarf health spending in current and projected budgets for African...

09Jul 2022
The Guardian

FOOD for thought is being provided by the Zanzibar authorities to their Union government colleagues without needing to exchange notes on the issue...

08Jul 2022
The Guardian

DEVELOPMENT is a gradual process and the case is the same in education which is said to be the engine for socioeconomic development of any country...

21Jun 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​OBSERVING the International Widows Day annually on June 23 is informed by the fact that for many women around the world, the devastating...

08Jun 2022
The Guardian

CONCERNS by the top state leadership on World Environment Day could roughly be said to have related to two distinctive aspects, one on the threat...

08Jun 2022
The Guardian

WORLD Food Safety Day is marked globally on June 7, a moment that chroniclers say is meant to highlight the pivotal role in society of safe and...

25May 2022
The Guardian

IN the last column we briefly looked at the lessons learned from a recent terrorism and economic crimes case that drew the attention of many...

05May 2022
The Guardian

FEW things are as disturbing on the public mind in the city of Dar es Salaam as the rise of groups of juvenile delinquents, petty armed robbers...

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