01Apr 2016
The Guardian

We are shocked hearing that some male government officials demand money and at times sex from the struggling women engaged in small trade along...

29Mar 2016
The Guardian

Music is a lubricant to social life. Where there is music, there is merriment and with it, happy people.

25Mar 2016
The Guardian

THE announcement by the Deputy Minister, in the Prime Minister’s Office, Responsible for Labour, Youth and Empowerment, Anthony Mavunde that...

24Mar 2016
The Guardian

World Tuberculosis Day, falling on March 24 each year, is designed to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis (TB) and...

23Mar 2016
The Guardian

SECURITY for many of Tanzanians living both in urban and rural areas is, to say the least, wanting.

22Mar 2016
The Guardian

WITH one death every six seconds, diabetes is now a big killer than the HIV and tuberculosis and malaria combined. Besides being a major killer in...

21Mar 2016
The Guardian

What happened to music? Will the music of our generation have any lasting power?

20Mar 2016
Guardian On Sunday

THERE is no doubt that Tanzania started with the right footing in building democracy since the early days of independence.

19Mar 2016
The Guardian

ABOUT three weeks ago the police in Dar es Salaam announced great increase in the collection of road traffic fines amounting to Sh1.09bn.

18Mar 2016
The Guardian

TANZANIA is making considerable progress in the reduction of child mortality. Under-five mortality rates continue to drop from 112 deaths per 1,...