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05Sep 2016
The Guardian

CHARITY should always start at home and so the saying goes for ages. Sports and entertainment revenues are being generated on daily basis through...

04Sep 2016
Guardian On Sunday

PROGRESS in the construction of the new campus of the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) at Mlonganzila on the outskirts...

03Sep 2016
The Guardian

The memories of Friday, August 26 are still fresh in the minds of Tanzanians who woke up that morning to news of fierce exchange of fire between...

02Sep 2016
The Guardian

IT is known that the informal sector players could have few resources in isolation which could become a formidable source of means when combined...

01Sep 2016
The Guardian

THE main challenge facing Africa is to attain economic and financial independence. The 25th summit of heads of state and government of the member...

31Aug 2016
The Guardian

RICE is the second most cultivated food and commercial crop in Tanzania after maize. Yields are generally very low as most of it is grown with...

30Aug 2016
The Guardian

CHILDREN in Tanzania make up over 50 per cent of the population, but protecting their rights is an ongoing struggle. Ensuring that children have a...

29Aug 2016
The Guardian

THERE is no sports category that has an absolute shortcut for progress and so is soccer.

28Aug 2016
Guardian On Sunday

TANZANIA on Friday received a $3.1m grant from the Norwegian government for the conservation of the Eastern Arc Mountains, renown in Africa for...

27Aug 2016
The Guardian

THIS week Zanzibar hosted the third Diaspora conference that attracted Tanzanian men and women doing their businesses abroad. They were joined by...

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