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16Jun 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian

TBS has embarked a crackdown to nab all unfaithful businessmen who will be caught continuing selling substandard goods. FILE PHOTO.

AT last the importation of substandard goods in the country that has been costing the nation...

16Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

Alphayo Kidata

In this exclusive interview, the Commissioner General of Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA),...

15Jun 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Lindi Regional Commissioner, Godfrey Zambi (r) receives the prestigious international Whitely Award 2016 from Makala Jasper at the reception of the Award at Lindi Regional Offices.

Lindi Regional Commissioner Godfrey Zambi has issued a two-month ultimatum to district...

15Jun 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian

Since 2010, the Vodacom Foundation has been working closely with CCBRT to facilitate free travel and treatment for women with fistula. FILE PHOTO.

OBSTETRIC fistula is a kind of morbidity that is normally caused by prolonged labour during...

14Jun 2016
Dickson Ng`hily
The Guardian

Carmen Nibigira

In July last year, Carmen Nibigira, a Burundian national; was appointed as the Regional...

14Jun 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian

The Government of the Royal Kingdom of Norway through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the...

13Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Unregulated sales of antibiotics are contributing to growing resistance

Addressing antibiotic resistance will require a global political response similar to the way the...

13Jun 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian

Former President Ali Hassan Mwinyi and wife Sitti Mwinyi take a ride in the BRT busses last week in Dar es Salaam. Seated in front seat is the DART’s Ag Chief Executive, Engineer Ronald Rwakatare.

Bus rapid transit (BRT) has gained popularity as a cost-effective alternative to urban rail...

13Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

A ‘basic enough’ budget process requires a focus on systems for basic fiscal management (clear...

13Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Education’s power is transformative and serves as a peace dividend, reducing inequities and grievances between groups and strengthening social cohesion.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, 36 out of 45 countries are at medium or high risk of experiencing man-...

12Jun 2016
Deo Mfugale
Guardian On Sunday

THERE were a number of things that had put Ukwaheri village in the spotlight. The village is...

12Jun 2016
Correspondent
Guardian On Sunday

With good teachers who assist students to conquer their dreams.

A FEW years ago I had an experience with my two older children which left me somewhat puzzled....

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