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16May 2016
The Guardian

IT was a memorable Saturday for Young Africans fans and members of the club after their team was crowned the Mainland premiership soccer champions...

15May 2016
Guardian On Sunday

THE world continues to witness an upsurge in cybercrime of various magnitudes.

14May 2016
The Guardian

AS over 1,200 delegates, including African leaders from government, businessme and media fly back to their respective countries after a three-day...

13May 2016
The Guardian

HUMAN trafficking appears to be the worst human development outcome linked to increasing global mobility. The media has been awash with cases of...

12May 2016
The Guardian

In a world where we all know nothing is free, at least not without some strings attached, mobile phone companies seem to be offering a lot of free...

12May 2016
The Guardian

WE humans love drawing lines on maps. Over many centuries borders have been created by our people or have been imposed on them, separating our...

11May 2016
The Guardian

LAST Sunday was a special day in the honour of mothers. Mothers Day is celebrated in several countries around the world though on different dates...

09May 2016
The Guardian

The government and numerous other stakeholders are pushing for a swift and widespread shift from charcoal use to natural gas.

09May 2016
The Guardian

Delays in resolving cases linked to soccer players, clubs and officials is a long standing malpractice by the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF)...

08May 2016
Guardian On Sunday

EFFORTS to make Tanzania a protectionist economy for local producers not in competition with commodities from outside is a way of doing things...

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