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21Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The political class in many African nations is really worried about how they will be able to provide not just quality education but crucially jobs to the continent’s teeming masses of young people.

Western economies and a few Asian economic behemoth, particularly Japan continue to strive...

20Jun 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

ONE day, George Nyembea went into one of the Dar es Salaam’s busiest market—Kariakoo to buy a...

20Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

For people who rely heavily on social media to promote their careers, being perceived positively is a major key.

Social media, the likes of face book, instagram, whatsapp, twitter and the rest has made each...

20Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

GROWING up in the United States, I always knew I wanted to have a career in computer science. It...

20Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Dr. Fang Lili, Member of National Committee of experts for China intangible culture heritage protection, Chairman of China Artistic Anthropology Society… stresses a point on ceramics trade on Silk Roads, to participants recently in Dar es Salaam.

The Silk Road" is an ancient overland trade route that connects China with Europe. Originally a...

19Jun 2016
Emmanuel Ntabaye
Guardian On Sunday

Parliamentarians in Dodoma following the deliberations: Photo File

ON Wednesday last week Minister for Finance and Planning Dr Philip Mpango caused consternation...

18Jun 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

Volunteers run an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign in Singida. Photo File

The Global understanding of gender has evolved over time and has begun to diffuse enough to get...

18Jun 2016
James Lanka
The Guardian

“’Your left leg is botched and should be amputated. The doctor at the Bombo Referral hospital...

17Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

African economies should be in a position to improve productivity in the agriculture sector, thanks to low cost labour and climate.

Strong growth domestic product (GDP) growth in Africa has masked disappointing productivity,...

17Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Increased government spending on health and education tends to boost growth in the future, and households reap the benefits from increased investments in health and education through higher future incomes. This generates a virtuous circle of development.

Many developing countries face particular challenges that make it difficult for them to...

17Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Commissioner General Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) ALPHAYO KIDATA

In this recent exclusive interview with The Guardian Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA),...

16Jun 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian

TBS has embarked a crackdown to nab all unfaithful businessmen who will be caught continuing selling substandard goods. FILE PHOTO.

AT last the importation of substandard goods in the country that has been costing the nation...

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