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11Feb 2016
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The Guardian

About 10 per cent of Tanzanians control the bulk of our country’s economy, according to Prime...

10Feb 2016
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The Guardian

SUB-SAHARAN Africa, and Tanzania is no exception is lagging behind on key development goals for...

09Feb 2016
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The Guardian

THE Guardian has taken on a new format – beginning with this issue. We proudly celebrate the...

08Feb 2016
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The Guardian

TANZANIA’s representatives in this year’s Confederation of African Football (CAF) leagues, Young...

07Feb 2016
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Guardian On Sunday

News which broke out on Friday in the National Assembly that the much-anticipated construction...

06Feb 2016
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The Guardian

President John Magufuli

On Thursday President Dr John Pombe Magufuli spoke his mind and bared heart by talking tough on...

05Feb 2016
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The Guardian

'We can. I can.' is the tagline for the 2016 World Cancer Day that is held on February 4, every...

04Feb 2016
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The Guardian

THE Zika virus like Dengue fever , is transmitted by Aedes aegypti mosquitos, is thought to...

03Feb 2016
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The Guardian

WE are crying SOS for primary school pupils in Same District, Kilimanjaro Region who are...

31Jan 2016
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The Guardian

Bank of Tanzania

A SORT of bombshell has towards the end of the week hit the financial sector at the...

30Jan 2016
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The Guardian

President of Zanzibar, Dk Ali Mohamed Shein

The Civic United Front ( CUF), the largest opposition party in Zanzibar politics, has said it...

29Jan 2016
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The Guardian

Teachers give a 'farewell message' to the former President Jakaya Kikwete

TEACHERS are the first set of people who give a child a sense of self or validation outside of...

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