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08Mar 2018
The Guardian

INTERNATIONAL Women's Day is celebrated every year on March 8. International Women's Day has been observed since 1909 in the United States.

07Mar 2018
The Guardian

WHILE good things are happening in the country in the economic sphere, yet, whatever the case might be, the legitimate questions behind the public...

06Mar 2018
The Guardian

GRAPE farming and the wine industry in Tanzania started in the early 1960s. Despite Dodoma being the only region growing grapes in the country,...

05Mar 2018
The Guardian

VETERAN sports administrator and former star player, Leodegar Chilla Tenga is now the chairman of the National Sports Council (NSC), upon being...

05Mar 2018
The Guardian

ENSURING continuous liquidity in the local interbank market (that is, clearing of cheques and covering up shortages for instance of foreign...

04Mar 2018
Guardian On Sunday

WHILE Africa has been wondering how many of the migrants it is exporting, willingly or unwillingly to Europe would be accepted, and chances are...

03Mar 2018
The Guardian

PORTIONS of the media mid last month carried a story about what took place in a public meeting between Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul...

03Mar 2018
The Guardian

LEGISLATORS were earlier this month seemingly grappling with a mind-boggling problem - what to do with road humps on our highways, as there are...

02Mar 2018
The Guardian

SINCE 2016, the Association of Mango Growers in Tanzania (AMAGRO) has been looking for support to build a pack house. This is a building where...

02Mar 2018
The Guardian

EARLY this month an important intervention was given in Parliament on the worrying rate of increase of the public debt (some prefer to say the...

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