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12Jun 2016
Guardian On Sunday

SOME kind of heated debate ensued in Parliament on Friday over the government’s decision to impose a five per cent tax on gratuity paid to...

11Jun 2016
The Guardian

IN Tanzania there is a saying that going to a police station is free but getting out of it one has ‘to pay for freedom’.
Another adage goes...

10Jun 2016
The Guardian

TABLING the 2016/17 General Budget on the country’s economic situation on Wednesday, Finance and Economic Planning minister Dr Phillip Mpango gave...

09Jun 2016
The Guardian

Yesterday, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango presented to National Assembly the fifth phase government’s maiden budget.

08Jun 2016
The Guardian

MOST non-Muslims have a general idea of what Ramadan is: fast during the day, eat and drink at night, repeat for a month.

07Jun 2016
The Guardian

World Oceans Day has been unofficially celebrated every 8 June since its original proposal in 1992 by Canada at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro...

06Jun 2016
The Guardian

ELIMINATION from the continental’s most prestigious soccer tournament still haunts the Tanzania national team, Taifa Stars after Saturday’s loss...

05Jun 2016
Guardian On Sunday

DANGER is apparently being averted in the manner in which public pension funds or national security funds including their areas of investment are...

04Jun 2016
The Guardian

EARLY this week World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the global conservation organization, released its analysis of the situation on elephant...

03Jun 2016
The Guardian

WORLD Environment Day (WED) is celebrated every year on 5 June to raise global awareness to take positive environmental action to protect nature...

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