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07Sep 2021
The Guardian

NEW methods are being initiated to control the supply of tanzanite gemstones and boost its value and pricing in international markets, which have...

06Sep 2021
The Guardian

A SITUATION that has for the past half decade been forgotten  is rearing its head again, what was usually known as ‘panya road,’ not the smuggling...

03Sep 2021
The Guardian

HOME Affairs minister George Simbachawene must have surprised quite a few people on instructing the Prisons Department to rectify the inmates’...

03Sep 2021
The Guardian

AFTER the government reduced the levies applicable in mobile cash transfers, it now happens that the Treasury has left the task of making further...

31Aug 2021
The Guardian

 A QUERY is being pursued between the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the National Assembly with Air Tanzania Co. Ltd (ATCL) on the one hand...

28Aug 2021
The Guardian

There is really little mystery about why agriculture is important. It is the physical foundation of human energy, health, and physical well being...

27Aug 2021
The Guardian

OVER 4,000 former civil servants with primary school leaving qualifications doing lower-end jobs in the public sector, including cleaning, running...

25Aug 2021
The Guardian

The night of 22 to 23 August 1791, in Santo Domingo Haiti and the Dominican Republic saw the beginning of the uprising that   played a crucial...

23Aug 2021
The Guardian

Many people in Africa buy second-hand clothes sent from Europe and the US. But East African countries could ban imports of used clothes and second...

21Aug 2021
The Guardian

THE first shots have been fired in the battle for our city streets and it was the little man, not the buses, who won.

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