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16Apr 2016
Deo Mfugale
The Guardian

Carbon emission

OVER 100 countries have confirmed to sign the Paris Agreement at a ceremony set to take place in...

16Apr 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

anne kilango malecela

Tanzania’s fifth phase government has started with a kick for its unconventional approach in...

16Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

History has it that an Irish immigrant to the United States, a cook employed by affluent...

16Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A meeting session of the #BringBackOurGirls daily protest campaigners at Maitama Amusement Park, Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

United Nations. A dire humanitarian and security crisis continues to worsen in the Lake Chad...

15Apr 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian

Prime Minister (PM) Kassimu Majaliwa

Years ago, women of Mtama constituency had no any place to work to earn a living; they were only...

15Apr 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

GGM’ superintendent, Webiro Mwesa Kizuri stresses a point to journalists who visited the plant last week in Geita on how gold is processed and produced.

GEITA Gold Mine (GGM) one of the 25 operations in 11 countries and in 4 continents owned by...

15Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

AFD also funds projects of French NGOs that are collaborating with local organisations working in Tanzania.

NGO’s! Just what are they for? What is the point of them? Do they have a purpose other than...

14Apr 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Charles Mwijage.

Not every Tanzanian knows the responsibilities of the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) and their...

14Apr 2016
SYLIVESTER DOMASA
The Guardian

The estimated overall prevalence of FGM in girls and women aged 15-49years in Tanzania stands at 14.6 percent according to the state Demographic Health Survey (DHS) of 2004 and 2010.

Anne, a 7 year old girl grew up in small village in rural Tarime. When her mother informed that...

13Apr 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

The Great Ruaha River.

IT is around 1pm local time, when Fenias Kalinga is struggling to irrigate one of his small-...

13Apr 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Makhtar Diop, World Bank Vice President for Africa

ECONOMIC activity in Sub-Saharan Africa slowed in 2015, with GDP growth averaging 3.0 percent,...

13Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Without appropriately addressing this issue of equitable production, consumption and distribution of goods and services at various levels, issues like gender injustice, poverty, marginalisation, climate change, indebtedness and economic bubbles and crashes will persist.

WE live in a world of paradoxes. On the one hand, the world has never been wealthier: in spite...

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