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27Nov 2018
The Guardian

IN Tanzania bananas are part of the staple diet and are eaten in nearly all households. Driving through the country, banana plants and plantations...

26Nov 2018
The Guardian

AFTER Taifa Stars lost 1-0 to Lesotho when it did not have three key players and also playing away, everything now remains with its preliminary...

25Nov 2018
Guardian On Sunday

PRECISELY what ought to be done to ensure that public sector property is insured has remained a perplexing issue for decades and it now appears...

24Nov 2018
The Guardian

FALLOUT from the recent marketing and pricing saga involving the Cashewnut Board of Tanzania, the Ministry of Agriculture as well as the Ministry...

23Nov 2018
The Guardian

The United Nations General Assembly has designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women-

22Nov 2018
The Guardian

TANZANIA’S industrial sector contributes around 25 per cent to the country’s GDP and experienced an average annual growth of 8 per cent over the...

21Nov 2018
Financial Times

TRADE disputes between East African countries keep recurring just when they appear to have been ironed out, as the East African Customs Union...

21Nov 2018
The Guardian

WORLD Toilet Day (WTD) is an official United Nations international observance day on 19 November to inspire action to tackle the global sanitation...

20Nov 2018
The Guardian

Deterioration of the environment in our country manifests itself, in part, in persistent loss of forest cover defying efforts to hold back or...

19Nov 2018
The Guardian

RETIRED President Jakaya Kikwete has launched an own foundation, the Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete Foundation, in an event where the local organization...

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