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20Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

South Sudan President Salva Kiir (in hat) with Vice President Riek Machar (left) and Vice President James Wani Igga at a press conferenceas fighting broke out on 8 July. By Samir Bol

Although a ceasefire between rival forces in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, is largely...

20Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

British-Somalilander Ahmed Sulieman returned to Somaliland to help the Ministry of Information expand the country’s television network. PHOTO: JAMES JEFFERY

In mid-April a boat capsized crossing the Mediterranean killing up to 500 migrants, a large...

20Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Use of antiretrovirals, for long the preserve of the rich, grew from 6.4 percent of infected men in 2005 to 38.6 percent ten years later, and from 3.3 percent to 42.4 percent for women over the same period, the study found.

Some 2.5 million people are still becoming infected with HIV every year even as drugs have...

20Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

New technology could revolutionise demining efforts

In 2008, during the Battle of Sadr City five years into the Iraq War, Allen Tan came very close...

19Jul 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian

Feza Schools’ students participated in different competitions, including International Olympiads in Science and Mathematics, project competitions on environment and sustainable energy, robotics and information technology and international debate, held in the USA and World Scholars Cup in Bangkok, in Thailand. Photo: Courtesy of Feza Secondary Schools.

Mwl.Julius Nyerere, the former and founding President of Tanzanis, is known not only as one of...

19Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A shaky ceasefire has held since fighting that raged in Juba last week, leaving hundreds dead and forcing thousands to flee their homes.

Street sweepers in South Sudan's capital Juba have cleaned up the blood and bullet casings after...

19Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The Minister of State in the President’s Office Regional Administration and Local Government, George Simbachawene (MP).

It goes without saying that for success to happen in any introduced social lifestyle there must...

19Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A team of scientists joined 358 farmers in two districts to test the best bean they were growing in terms of robustness, yield and marketability.

A team of scientists joined 358 farmers in two districts to test the best bean they were growing...

18Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The provision of educational and skills development opportunities to all citizens, as a means of poverty alleviation, social empowerment and transformation strategies, has been central to many developing countries.

Countries across the world are seeking strategies to improve both the employment prospects of...

18Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Don’t despise last minute blind date group discussions literally!

Well, it is probably the bitterest part of the college journey, the examination period. As for...

18Jul 2016
James Kandoya
The Guardian

A victims of head injuries resulted from motorbike crash, Hamad Mohamed, 36 years a resident of Mbagala in Temeke Municipality admitted at Muhimbili Orthopedic Institute (MOI).

Do you know the cost of riding a motor-cycle without a headgear? If you don’t listen to what...

18Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The Deputy Minister Prime Minister’s Office, Labour, Youth and Employment, Anthony Peter Mavunde, stresses a point at the cycle transformation project policy summit organised by World Vision Tanzania on Friday last week.

TODAY, over 40 per cent of the world’s youth are either unemployed or have a job but live in...

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