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Dr Richard Sambaigwa (2nd-R), chairman of the NGOs coordinating, cuts the ribbon in Dar es Salaam at the weekend to launch the Foundation for Civil Society’s 2022-2026 strategic plan. With him are FCS executive director Francis Kiwanga (R), president Dr Stigmata Tenga (C) and board chairman Sosthenese Sambua (2nd-L). Photo: Guardian Correspondent

27Sep 2021
James Kandoya
The Guardian

​​​​​​​THE Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) has unveiled its five-year strategic plan (2022-2026) with additional five thematic focus areas including peace and conflict management.

Salim Bimani.

27Sep 2021
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

​​​​​​​ACT Wazalendo party yesterday said it will not participate in meetings scheduled to bring...

Minister of State, President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, Ummy Mwalimu.

27Sep 2021
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian

​​​​​​​THE government in collaboration with the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)...

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Edward Qorro
The Guardian

WHILE a marked increase in foreign tourist arrivals boosted Tanzania’s tourism earnings in 2015...

09Mar 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian

The Tanzania Sugar Board (TSB) has sent a strong warning to sugar dealers and traders in the...

09Mar 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian

THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam over the weekend failed to hear the...

09Mar 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
The Guardian

THE Benjamin Mkapa Foundation (BMF) is set to raise 1bn/- in a fundraiser as part of the...

09Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

THE government has pledged to reconsider gender balance in employment opportunities in an effort...

09Mar 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian

AS Zanzibari prepare for polls rerun on March 20, Alliance for Democratic Change (ADC) leader...

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