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28Mar 2020
The Guardian

Italy is locked down. But there’s a greater danger facing us all. I am sitting here in our...

28Mar 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

In April 2018, when Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) took control of the leadership of the nation...

28Mar 2020
The Guardian

​​​​​​​With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the planet and the governments of both wealthy and...

27Mar 2020
James Kandoya
The Guardian

Jerry Magh'enya feeds tilapia in one of the ponds. Photo: Correspondent James Kandoya

TANZANIA’s aquaculture sector offers vast potential for growth.

27Mar 2020
The Guardian

Covid-19 has pushed an already weak and crisis-ridden global economy over the edge. Massive...

27Mar 2020
The Guardian

Maximo Torero

Protectionist measures by national governments during the coronavirus crisis could provoke food...

27Mar 2020
The Guardian

Attorney General Adanech Abebe.

Ethiopia has announced it would free thousands of inmates from the country’s overcrowded prisons...

27Mar 2020
The Guardian

IT might not be clear why a fish pond project should take root in a region surrounding the great...

26Mar 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

Dodoma regional director for TCCIA Idd Senge, shows a cassava tuber yield at TCCIA' s farm in Mkalama, Singida. 

​​​​​​​BEING among few countries in the world endowed with favourable weather and soil to...

26Mar 2020
The Guardian

African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina.

Over the past 30 years Africa has faced major structural transformations in the areas of...

26Mar 2020
The Guardian

A new paper by four Chinese researchers says the acute pneumonia that has killed almost 20,000...

26Mar 2020
The Guardian

​​​​​​​Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV pose a significant burden on South Africa’s health system....

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