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12Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The social situation in Zanzibar has been that of an alarming nature with suspicion between...

12Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The world in 20th Century began to acknowledge the role of women in society and power as...

12Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter

You might expect the laws of any country to be readily accessible, without presenting much...

11Mar 2016
Joseph Mwendapole
The Guardian

Lions Club Dar es Salaam Mzizima attend people with eye problems in Tabora recently. They are now heading for Masasi

The Sun is scorching, but clouds are slowly gathering up in the sky signaling another downpour...

11Mar 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian

Burundian refugees at Kigoma waiting to be transported to camps

President John Magufuli, the ‘Bulldozer’ did not waiver in his assertiveness when he chaired the...

11Mar 2016
Ndeninsia Lisley
The Guardian

Nathan Mpangala

Considered the first professional cartoonist in Tanzania to do daily editorial cartoons for...

10Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Social media networking is one of the latest technological explosions in the world of...

10Mar 2016
SYLIVESTER DOMASA
The Guardian

CAMPAIGNERS against female genital mutilation, child marriage and early pregnancies from groups...

10Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The bank’s public affairs manager, William Kallaghe

NBC has started the year with a special focus on exclusive and personalised services for its...

10Mar 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian

IN the country’s Northern tourist enclave city of Arusha, a new microfinance institution, Hakika...

09Mar 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian

Anna Gamusi, has been growing ‘matooke’ – plantains – for over 20 years. She originally learnt...

09Mar 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

Otim Brian Joseph (C) originator of the EAC mobile app in group photo with a former EAC Secretary General Amb. Sezibera, Jesca Eriyo (2r l) German Ambassador to Tanzania and EAC, Amb. Egon Kochanke (2rd r) and Charles Njoroge (r).

THE proliferation of mobile phones in Africa and the world at large has completely changed the...

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