23Jul 2016
The Guardian

GOING by how some of our institutions of higher learning behave, one might conclude that Tanzania was headed to producing a nation of illiterates...

22Jul 2016
The Guardian

THE judiciary system in the country is undergoing radical changes in readiness to deal with corruption cases. It is open secret that corruption...

21Jul 2016
The Guardian

THE Global Nutrition Report (GNR) is the only independent and comprehensive annual review of the state of the world’s nutrition.

20Jul 2016
The Guardian

AFRICAN nations have been challenged to direct their focal point on the numerous results of scientific analysis to underpin the solutions of the...

19Jul 2016
The Guardian

FOREIGN Affairs Ministers from the 54-member states making the African Union (AU) concluded their 29th meeting here on Monday with emphasis on...

18Jul 2016
The Guardian

BEFORE water level rises up to their noses, Mainland champions Young Africans have a daunting task to improve their soccer game in the ongoing...

17Jul 2016
Guardian On Sunday

THE National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) on Friday released this year’s Form VI examination results, ushering resuscitative evolution...

15Jul 2016
The Guardian

THE idea behind incarceration as punishment for crime was to establish the point that restricting a person's liberty was enough to compensate for...

14Jul 2016
The Guardian

ONE of the strategic components in fostering economic growth and technological progress is investing on human resource development.

13Jul 2016
The Guardian

WORLD Day for International Justice, also referred to as Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day is celebrated...