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05Jun 2017
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Vocational training addresses Tanzania’s unemployment time bomb.

Over the last 50 years, the importance attached to technical and vocational skills in national...

04Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

AFRICA-More than 31 million people were internally displaced due to conflict and disasters in...

04Jun 2017
Ani Jozen
Guardian On Sunday

A RATHER familiar situation is coming up in the East African Community (EAC) as it begins to...

03Jun 2017
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

THE ongoing mineral sands saga continues to draw attention from both the public and scholarly...

03Jun 2017
Miki Tasseni
The Guardian

STAKEHOLDERS in the African Development Bank (AfDB) are seeking ways of helping to propel...

03Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

AT LEAST 44 Libya-bound migrants, including women and babies, died of thirst after their vehicle...

03Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Health Ministry says children as young as 12 years old were administering injections

02Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

: Fishermen in Inhaca Island, Mozambique. Photo/ AMO

It was midnight on 14 December 2016, when five fishermen in Tombo village near Freetown in...

02Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Tomorrow,  will mark the third time in five years that Lesotho has held a general election. The...

02Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Mandela Bridge, Johannesburg.

The Nelson Mandela Foundation has long grappled with the complex legacy of our founder. In...

02Jun 2017
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Research and Policy Analyst of HakiElimu, Makumba Mwemezi, makes a point during a breakfast meeting on an overview analysis of the basic education budget ahead of the 2017/18 Financial Year, last week in Dar es Salaam. The breakfast meeting was organised by Policy Forum.

 
Findings show that achieving universal primary education is not simply a matter of...

01Jun 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Jihadist violence has spread from northern Mali to the centre. More foreign soldiers may not be the answer.

Hamidou Barry has come to Bamako to find his son. His village of Ikerena, in the rural heart of...

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