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26Apr 2018
The Guardian

Constitutional and Legal Affairs minister Prof Palamagamba Kabudi last month signed an order to release 55 remandees who were not convicted for...

26Apr 2018
The Guardian

TANZANIANS had something to feel proud about lately when the first kidney transplant operation in the country was carried out at the Benjamin...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

ACRONYMS like UNESCO, UNICEF, WHO and FAO are so much of household names across the globe that neither do they have to be written in full – or...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

JOBLESSNESS, in this case in the specific meaning of not having salaried employment be it in the public service or in the private sector, has...

24Apr 2018
The Guardian

DESPERATION is rising in respect of how best to control water run-off and intermittent flooding in Dar es Salaam following phenomenal torrential...

24Apr 2018
The Guardian

A RECENT advertisement by the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) calling for investment proposals for an inclusive and equitable...

23Apr 2018
The Guardian

WORLD-RENOWED career diplomat Kofi Annan, who was born into an aristocratic family in Ghana, is a hugely experienced and quotable person with a...

23Apr 2018
The Guardian

WORLD Book Day[ or World Book and Copyright Day (also known as International Day of the Book or World Book Days) is a yearly event on April 23rd...

23Apr 2018
The Guardian

WORLD Malaria Day (WMD) is an international observance commemorated every year on 25 April and recognizes global efforts to control malaria....

22Apr 2018
Guardian On Sunday

MEMBERS of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) were lately seeking a presentation on the implementation of the common currency project...

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