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02Apr 2017
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

THREE years ago on 13th November, then Minister for Tourism and Natural Resources Lazaro...

01Apr 2017
Michael Eneza
The Guardian

CHANCES that the Civic United Front (CUF) will hold elections later this year as it would...

01Apr 2017
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

EXTREME poor living conditions of the communities in areas hosting mining sites in Tanzania...

31Mar 2017
Prosper Makene
The Guardian

LUPONDE Hydropower, a subsidiary company of Rift Valley Energy is currently constructing a 2.9...

31Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Former Constitution and Legal Affairs Minister, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe cuts a ribbon to launch the registration programme of children aged under-five years in Geita and Shinyanga regions in Geita municipality recently.

AT the end of March this year, Geita and Shinyanga regions rolled out the decentralised births...

31Mar 2017
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Participants to a three-day Counter-Radicalisation Conference, 2017. The conference brought together practitioners, religious leaders and civil society organisations from eight countries to get ideas from experts from various countries and even from the Somalis themselves, and map-up the way forward on how to approach this issue generally in Somalia. The Conference started on Wednesday and ends today in Dar es Salaam. Photo: Courtesy of the Conference.

AFTER 22 years of conflict in Somalia, terrorist propaganda is misusing and misinterpreting...

31Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Sheep walk near a drying waterhole in Olenarau, Kajiado county, Kenya, February 24, 2017. Photo/TRF

OLENARAU, Kenya. Despite the scorching sun, Kirinkle Saruni keeps a watchful eye on his 15 cows...

30Mar 2017
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Workers in a privately-owned agri-business industry. The private sector is the engine of the economy. Photo/File

In the last five years the greatest shocks impacting the agriculture sector has been the...

30Mar 2017
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

A cross section of university students from 10 universities at a strategic meeting on human rights issues in Dar es Salaam recently. Photo/Gerald Kitabu

Freedom of expression, freedom of association, and freedom of assembly are at stake in many...

30Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A Malawian woman carries wood she has collected for fuel in Chikwawa district. Photo/File

Malawi's government is trying a new way to protect its fast-dwindling forests: Sending in the...

30Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Catherine Nyakunuhwa, a banana farmer in Honde Valley, in Zimbabwe’s Manicaland Province, looks at some of her banana crop that rotted because she has been unable to get it to market on washed out roads. Photo/TRF

After two consecutive seasons of drought, heavy rains finally promise a good harvest in most...

29Mar 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Children fetch water from a canal at the Magwe irrigation scheme in south Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. Photo/ IPS

Though key to good health and economic wellbeing, water and sanitation remain less of a...

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