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31May 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

TNRF Programme officer, Masalu Luhula conducts one of the TNRF’ trainings.

ACTS of village leaders selling parts of the village lands, colluding with investors and...

31May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

With exception of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, none of the leaders of the Group 7 of the richest countries nor of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council attended the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) held in Istanbul on May 23-24.

The World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) held in Istanbul on May 23-24, managed to send a strong wake...

30May 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

TNRF Programme officer, Masalu Luhula conducts one of the TNRF’ trainings.

ACTS of village leaders selling parts of the village lands, colluding with investors and...

29May 2016
Emmanuel Ntabaye
Guardian On Sunday

Traffic jam in Dar es Salaam

HUMANS have been craving for advances in science and technology for one simple reason – to make...

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

When Kenya’s main opposition party launched demonstrations against the country’s election...

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The purpose of peace talks is to engage your opponent across the negotiating table. But the...

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A deal to sort out emergency funding meets with a mixed response

28May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Zambian rose

One Zambian mine, Kansanshi in Solwezi, has consistently paid most corporate tax countrywide...

27May 2016
Felix Andrew
The Guardian

That is to say, when one measures the length of a piece of cloth in Tanzania and finds it to be one metre, the cloth should also measure one metre when measured in another laboratory in the UK or France.

EVERY year on 20th May, Tanzania joins other countries in the world to commemorate the world...

27May 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

MANY governments have condemned the practice of ‘hoarding’ particularly when it comes to ‘...

27May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Tanzania’s textile industry which is suffering massive backlash from cheap bed-nets imports and already two such factories based in Arusha has laid off nearly 2500 workers.

TANZANIA is likely to lose the opportunity of supplying 1.6 million bed nets to Global Fund for...

26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

We all are aware of how busy students could be and in fact besides being busy there is another thing called laziness especially for the ladies.

THERE is a saying or let's call it a cliché' that has become a common statement for quite some...

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