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09Jul 2016
The Guardian

IT is a well known fact that the relationship between Tanzania and India has been around since time immemorial, but it gained special impetus from...

08Jul 2016
The Guardian

TANZANIA’s southern part comprising the southern highlands, south eastern and the south western parts form the country’s sleeping giant as far as...

07Jul 2016
The Guardian

It is high time that the government embarked on a comprehensive survey of Tanzania's labour force. Labour surveys have important objectives of...

04Jul 2016
The Guardian

THE country’s football fans have certainly been excited by the recent feat of Serengeti Boys’ progression into the second round of the African...

03Jul 2016
Guardian On Sunday

Latest news that Tanzania is poised to ultimately acquire two brand new commercial airplanes in September, this year, for its financially stricken...

02Jul 2016
The Guardian

AS Tanzania yesterday hosted neighbouring Rwandan President Paul Kagame, folks wore broad smiles as they recalled that recent soured relations...

01Jul 2016
The Guardian

IT has been customary for leaders, particularly politicians, to urge people to plant drought resistant crops whenever rains fail. We are saying it...

30Jun 2016
The Guardian

The government has scrapped value added tax (VAT) on all imported food nutrients to allow more consumption foods with all the needed nutrients....

29Jun 2016
The Guardian

Last Saturday President John Magufuli had ordered the police force’s top brass to grapple with the rise in crime across the country, failure of...

28Jun 2016
The Guardian

TWENTY nine African nations under the African Elephant Coalition (AEC) will meet for the next five days in Montreux, Switzerland to consolidate...

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