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20Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

New judges for the Court of Appeal being sworn-in in Ghana. Photo: FH Communications Bureau

When a survey on corruption was carried out in Ghana two years ago, more than 8 out of every 10...

20Oct 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Professor Elisante Ole Gabriel, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Information, Culture, Artists and Sports, insists a point during the UN Week youth Symposium.

FINDINGS show that Tanzania has the tenth largest youth population globally, with 66 per cent...

20Oct 2016
Salima Hamisi
The Guardian

Students who are almost commencing their undergraduate studies in October should pay close attention to these in order to effectively consider their choice of field in college.

FROM late October to early November is the time of a year where thousands of college graduates...

19Oct 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian

THE African Union (AU) and its partners are increasing collaboration to advocate for investment...

19Oct 2016
James Kandoya
The Guardian

Land use commission Director Dr Steven Nindi (R) hands over the district land use framework to three districts council’s chairmen’s in Morogoro Region, witnessing (Centre) is Acting Commissioner for land Mary Makondo.

THREE districts in Morogoro Region are amongst 169 districts in the country to benefit from the...

19Oct 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

It is high time we come up with market networks as well as encourage investors to chip in and establish tomato-processing plants.

HUGE post-harvest losses of farm produce remain a daunting challenge to tomato growers in the...

18Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

IFAD President Kanayo Nwanze visits Fanose Assafa’s vegetable farm in Ethiopia, created with the help of an IFAD-supported small-scale irrigation project. She is now entirely self-sufficient and food secure.

The first Sustainable Development Goal calls for us to end poverty in all its forms everywhere...

18Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The woman you see pictured here is Mwanaedi, a farmer from the village of Mwasonga in Tanzania....

18Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

There is a large variation in borrowing costs across the continent.

THE latest report of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)...

18Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Land is where you live; you have your shelter. Land is where you till; you

As soon as Ann Ondaye's husband died, his two brothers took all the Kenyan widow's possessions:...

17Oct 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

AFTER traveling for almost an hour, I finally reached the Nanguruwe village located 45 km from...

17Oct 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Bangladeshi women farmers. With food production growth in OECD countries slowing down, developing countries will need to step up production to meet increased food needs in the future.

Higher food prices are supposed to induce farmers to increase production for sale. In reality,...

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