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24Apr 2016
Lucas Liganga
Guardian On Sunday

Hawa Mwamuhanga

A STORY is told of a diabetic young man who lost his employment after he had injected himself...

24Apr 2016
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday

Dar es salaam botanical gardens

UN-Habitat charter defines public spaces as “all places publicly owned or of public use,...

24Apr 2016
SYLIVESTER DOMASA
Guardian On Sunday

Many African countries failed to meet the 2015 MDGs deadline

DESPITE recognition of the importance of human rights, equality and non-discrimination for...

23Apr 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

Tanzania’s newly released statistics detailing major finding that over 71 per cent of Tanzanians...

23Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Africa-EU Leaders at a past meeting in Brussels where they pledged to deepen ties in security, commerce and migration control.

BUREAUCRATS at the European Commission in Brussels seem to have thrown in the towel as to any...

23Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Samuel Kinuthia (left) and workers dig basin terraces at his farm in Kiaruta village, Murang'a county, central Kenya.

Murang’a, Kenya. Samuel Kinuthia knows how to make the most of technology. Using a technique...

22Apr 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian

ASLCC chief executive officer John Msonganzila.

EVERY running day, there is a new economic activity perfected for the phone you use. Such...

21Apr 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

The meeting agreed that as African smallholders start to produce food for the global market, there is a need for greater investment to meet the needs of this shift.

Tanzania is no better than its neighbours when it comes to financing agriculture. Back in 2003,...

21Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Hildah Kwamboka shows how the innovative water spitting jerrican works.

Lydia Abuya, a tenant living in the Kaptembwa informal settlement west of Nakuru town, leaves...

21Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Students of Kitoi Secondary School in Bukoba Municipal display a dummy cheque worth 10m/- handed to them by UTT-PID for the construction of their laboratory. The project has provided several benefits.

THE issue of safe, affordable and quality housing has been a pain in the flesh of policy makers...

21Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

IT is high time we called on government and academia to actively engage in the process of finding sustainable development models for reindustrialisation and economic growth

IT is high time we called on government and academia to actively engage in the process of...

20Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Anna Mghira, the ACT Wazalendo presidential candidate in last year’s elections addresses a rally, if she won; she would have become the first Tanzanian female president.

The scholarship in Africa is shaping and challenging broader understandings of gender and...

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