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12Feb 2016
The Guardian

Judging from what President Magufuli has done since he clutched the reins of power on November 5, last year, we can justly say in short, ‘so far...

11Feb 2016
The Guardian

About 10 per cent of Tanzanians control the bulk of our country’s economy, according to Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa. What this means is that...

10Feb 2016
The Guardian

SUB-SAHARAN Africa, and Tanzania is no exception is lagging behind on key development goals for safe water, income and health, even though the...

09Feb 2016
The Guardian

THE Guardian has taken on a new format – beginning with this issue. We proudly celebrate the improvement in content and design, and promise our...

08Feb 2016
The Guardian

TANZANIA’s representatives in this year’s Confederation of African Football (CAF) leagues, Young Africans and Azam FC must sparkle at the...

07Feb 2016
Guardian On Sunday

News which broke out on Friday in the National Assembly that the much-anticipated construction of the central railway line to standard gauge may...

06Feb 2016
The Guardian

On Thursday President Dr John Pombe Magufuli spoke his mind and bared heart by talking tough on the performance of the Judiciary, vividly showing...

05Feb 2016
The Guardian

'We can. I can.' is the tagline for the 2016 World Cancer Day that is held on February 4, every year. In marking the 10th anniversary of the...

04Feb 2016
The Guardian

THE Zika virus like Dengue fever , is transmitted by Aedes aegypti mosquitos, is thought to cause birth malformations through mother-to-child...

03Feb 2016
The Guardian

WE are crying SOS for primary school pupils in Same District, Kilimanjaro Region who are reported to be gradually putting aside their pens and...

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