27Apr 2016
The Guardian

The vision you get when you think of a Tanzanian farmer is that of a barefoot peasant in dirty tattered clothes with an old hand hoe swung of his...

26Apr 2016
The Guardian

Now, to deem a commitment by over 160 World leaders as unrealistic is to lock horns with a wild bull. However, the argument comes from the World...

25Apr 2016
The Guardian

IT has been close to four decades now since Tanzanian athletes won medals from the Olympic Games despite our regular participation every time the...

24Apr 2016
Guardian On Sunday

IT is now almost five months since President John Magufuli ascended to the highest office in the country, and from day one he has been spitting...

23Apr 2016
The Guardian

BUILDING democracy is a slow process that requires tolerance among people, especially of different political orientations.

22Apr 2016
The Guardian

A timely warning has been given on the Great Lakes region that it could relapse into mass violence and economic crisis caused by the unfolding...

21Apr 2016
The Guardian

Constructed some eight years ago, the Machinga Complex in Ilala district Dar es Salaam was designed to take street hawkers from the streets and...

20Apr 2016
The Guardian

Tanzania suffers a maternal mortality rate of 454 for every 100,000 live births, a horrific average of 22 women dying in the delivery room every...

19Apr 2016
The Guardian

One of the most outstanding features of capitalism is individualism, individualists promote independence and self-reliance and advocate that...

18Apr 2016
The Guardian

TANZANIA representatives in this year’s CAF League, the Champions and Confederation Cup, Young Africans and Azam FC, respectively, have an uphill...