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15Jan 2022
The Guardian

JUST how prone to shortcuts and for dubious reasons that many in the public sector are likely to be was in evidence in remarks by highest...

14Jan 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​NEIGHBOURING Uganda has in the past week been breathing fresh air after moving to reopen schools, following nationwide Covid-19 lockdowns...

14Jan 2022
The Guardian

COMPARING past performance with current methods or techniques is routine in marking important events in a country’s life.

12Jan 2022
The Guardian

THE whole problem of doctors and nurses leaving African countries by droves for greener pastures abroad is a well labored but not tired theme, as...

12Jan 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has greatly helped to clear out a foggy debate on the performance of cabinet ministers who do not feature in...

11Jan 2022
The Guardian

EVENTS which hugely influenced the political trajectory of African countries at the time of nationalist politics can be identified as including...

11Jan 2022
The Guardian

FOR nearly a week now all sorts of public activities are going on as part of marking 58 years of the Zanzibar Revolution, on January 12, 1964....

28Dec 2021
The Guardian

THE government has moved to start liquidating its huge debt to the Public Sector Social Security Fund (PSSSF) with that amounts to a 500bn/- down...

23Dec 2021
The Guardian

AFRICAN countries know that foreign countries can’t be expected to fight their wars, that ultimately it is up to each country to keep law and...

22Dec 2021
The Guardian

CURRENT authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo are making a big effort to ignore a breath of opinion in that country to enlist the...

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