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07Apr 2016
The Guardian

One takes for granted what one has readily available to them. We don’t think about the oxygen we inhale until we are locked in a room deprived of...

06Apr 2016
The Guardian

AUTISM and other forms of disability are part of the human experience that contributes to human diversity. As such, the United Nations has...

05Apr 2016
The Guardian

THE Tanga-Moshi-Arusha railway which was once the country’s best northern corridor transport link is, to say the least, no more.

04Apr 2016
The Guardian

FOR the last 30 days music fans in Tanzania and the world in general,have been rocked by a succession of deaths of icons across the genres — a...

03Apr 2016
Guardian On Sunday

AN ancient American philosopher, Henry Miller, once said, “A prisoner is not the one who has committed a crime, but the one who clings to his...

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.

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