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09Nov 2018
The Guardian

WORLD Science Day for Peace and Development highlights the important role that science has in society and is celebrated each year on November 10...

08Nov 2018
The Guardian

MANIZA Zaman, the UNICEF Representative in Tanzania, this year penned an opinion article specifically as part of the commemoration of the...

07Nov 2018
Financial Times

WHILE African countries are cautiously treading into blockchain technology, there are numerous problems that governments have to solve on a day to...

07Nov 2018
The Guardian

Japan is assisting Tanzania to roll out modern farming initiatives; so that the latter can achieve the national target of ensuring one million...

06Nov 2018
The Guardian

THE environment is one of the greatest victims of conflict, the effect of which has severe impacts on the subsistence and livelihoods of human and...

05Nov 2018
The Guardian

FIFA President Gianni Infantino was on record lately saying that fielding 48 teams was possible even in the 2022 World Cup finals rather than 2026...

04Nov 2018
Guardian On Sunday

CRITICISM of operations of Western companies in African states and other developing countries have taken various approaches and lines of attack,...

03Nov 2018
The Guardian

JOURNALISTS visiting Mafia Island to explore reasons why public servants continually seek to be transferred from the island have recently...

02Nov 2018
The Guardian

IN the past twelve years (2006-2017) close to 1010 journalists have been killed for reporting the news and bringing information to the public.

01Nov 2018
The Guardian

A potato is a root vegetable, the Solanum tuberosum. It is a small plant with large leaves. The part of the potato that people eat is a tuber that...

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