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23Sep 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Some of the participants who attended the meeting organized by Tanzania Media Women Association (Tamwa-Zanzibar) recently in Wete District, Pemba North Region. The meeting was meant to discuss and assess challenges facing the anti-GBV campaign in the Island. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

VIOLENCE against women and children is becoming a common occurrence, an everyday thing. Barely a...

23Sep 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A WISE man once said that change is the only constant in life. He couldn’t have been distant...

21Sep 2019
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills, is clean, orderly and blessed with great weather. It also...

21Sep 2019
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

While Brexit captures the headlines in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, the silent march of...

20Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

After a more than four-year-long battle, British-born South African Zulu-rock icon, Johnny Clegg...

19Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

SINCE the first Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) that took place in 2000, China has...

19Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

Keji county, toward the southern border with Uganda.

A group of 163 Chinese peacekeepers on Tuesday left Beijing for South Sudan on a one-year...

19Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

The timing of the Climate Action Summit later this week, only three months before the annual...

19Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

The death penalty may have been abolished since 1995, but in many parts of SA it is still alive...

18Sep 2019
Felister Peter
The Guardian

The Yaeda Valley in Mbulu district, Arusha Tanzania

THE Hadza indigenous communities in northern Tanzania have won the 2019 Equator Prize awarded by...

18Sep 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

WOMEN’S right in land occupancy in Zanzibar is realized and specifically identified in various...

18Sep 2019
Correspondent
The Guardian

The subject matter was actually economy and finance. But Ned Munir Nwoko is neither an economist...

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