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17Apr 2020
The Guardian

ONCE, it was elephants that were listed as belonging to an endangered species. Then it was reported that rhinos and cheetahs were also in for hell...

17Apr 2020
The Guardian

AS the world entered the battle against Covid-19 in an uneven manner, donations availed by individuals and companies towards the fight against...

16Apr 2020
The Guardian

Like every other pandemic that the world has experienced in the past, coronavirus will eventually come to an end. It will be defeated, and life...

16Apr 2020
The Guardian

International governmental organisations are addressing the economic and social impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. The Organisation for Economic Co-...

15Apr 2020
The Guardian

A team of environment experts has been tasked to study causes of serious damage and waves on the coastal stretch where two prominent Dar es Salaam...

15Apr 2020
The Guardian

Last weekend the city of Dar es Salaam was again pounded by heavy rains disrupting and slowed down business as many key roads remained impassable...

13Apr 2020
The Guardian

For far too long, women and girls in Africa have faced discrimination and inequalities in the workforce which have not only hurt them, but their...

13Apr 2020
The Guardian

Healthcare quality is a level of value provided by any health care resource, as determined by some measurement. As with quality in other fields,...

12Apr 2020
The Guardian

Borders are geographic boundaries of political entities or legal jurisdictions, such as governments, sovereign states, federated states, and other...

11Apr 2020
The Guardian

The International Day of Human Space Flight is the annual celebration, held on April 12, of the anniversary of the first human space flight by...

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