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14Oct 2018
Guardian On Sunday

SHOCK and consternation were observable all over the place upon the news of an early morning kidnap of one of the country’s most renowned...

13Oct 2018
The Guardian

ONE area where Tanzania’s relations with China are decidedly surprising is the silence that reigns when it comes to learning from the Chinese...

12Oct 2018
The Guardian

GLOBAL Handwashing Day is a campaign to motivate and mobilize people around the world to improve their hand washing habits. Washing hands at...

11Oct 2018
The Guardian

After completing school, 18-year-old Calista started selling mud bricks in her village in Mbeya. She couldn’t go for higher studies. Her family...

10Oct 2018
The Guardian

TODAY'S generation of girls are preparing to enter a world of work that is being transformed by innovation and automation. Educated and skilled...

09Oct 2018
The Guardian

REPORTS that around three thousand tonnes of coffee from the past season's harvest remain unpurchased have cast a pessimistic mood among policy...

07Oct 2018
Guardian On Sunday

HEALTH insurance is gradually becoming part of the ordinary provisions of Tanzanians as the government takes steps to make it mandatory for all...

06Oct 2018
The Guardian

SOME observers are beginning to wonder whether the pace of establishing industries is at par with the expectations outlined in the policies of the...

05Oct 2018
The Guardian

DIABETES mellitus (DM), commonly referred to as diabetes, is a group of metabolic disorders in which there are high blood sugar levels over a...

04Oct 2018
The Guardian

HERBAL medicines are the results of long historical and traditional use of medicinal plants that involve extracts of different parts of plants...

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