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05May 2022
The Guardian

FEW things are as disturbing on the public mind in the city of Dar es Salaam as the rise of groups of juvenile delinquents, petty armed robbers...

04May 2022
The Guardian

MUSLIMS in the country and elsewhere in the world shared two days of marking Eid el Fitr, the festival marking the start of the revelation of the...

20Apr 2022
The Guardian

The Malaria progress report 2021 by Africa Union has said Africa did not achieve its target of reducing malaria incidence and mortality by 40 per...

14Apr 2022
The Guardian

In the past few days big headlines in the country’s media and social networks – including this paper’s lead story yesterday – were about the...

09Apr 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​WOES of people falling to cancer developments in the body and being diagnosed late, thus being incapable of being put to any effective...

09Apr 2022
The Guardian

HEALTH agencies around the world mark April 10 as World Homeopathy Day. One among spheres of public medicine that isn’t easy to pass on to people...

01Apr 2022
The Guardian

IT is no hard task explaining why the government commonly finds it difficult fighting to talk the National Assembly into subscribing annual Budget...

29Mar 2022
The Guardian

RECENT reports say that ministerial committees working on preparations for admission of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the East African...

26Mar 2022
The Guardian

​​​​​​​ONE of the lesser known world days is the International Day of the Unborn Child, an annual commemoration pioneered by the Catholic Church...

25Mar 2022
The Guardian

DEMOCRACY stakeholders in our country are bristling with proposals for reforming the way in which the political arena is administered, after more...

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