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26Jan 2022
Rose Mwalongo
The Guardian

UNESCO Regional Director Professor Hubert Gijzen.

THE United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) under Education...

26Jan 2022
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

ENTREPRENEUR Mohamed Dewji’s fortune has declined by early this month to an estimated $1.5bn...

26Jan 2022
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

THE government has promised to build roads that are passable throughout the year in all regions...

26Jan 2022
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian

THE government is set to build modern markets in regional capitals countrywide for petty traders...

26Jan 2022
Mary Kadoke
The Guardian

EDUCATION stakeholders have cited high expectations from the community, including parents and a...

26Jan 2022
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Mohamed Dewji’s.

ENTREPRENEUR Mohamed Dewji’s fortune has declined by early this month to an estimated $1.5bn...

25Jan 2022
Correspondent
The Guardian

Mwanza Regional Police Commander, Ramadhani Ng’anzi.

POLICE in Mwanza region are holding five people over deaths of three people from one family...

25Jan 2022
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian

​​​​​​​THE National Electoral Commission (NEC) is finalising the process to get the Speaker of...

25Jan 2022
Correspondent
The Guardian

Investment, Industry and Trade minister Dr Ashatu Kijaji (C, in blue-and-white headscarf) pictured in Shinyanga municipality yesterday having a feel of juice produced by Shinyanga-based Jambo Industries factory. With her are the factory’s owner, Salum Hamis (2nd-R), Shinyanga regional commissioner Sophia Mjema (R) and Shinyanga district commissioner Jasinta Mboneko (L). Photo: Correspondent Marco Maduhu

​​​​​​​INVESTMENTS, Industry and Trade minister, Dr Ashatu Kijaji has resolved the challenge...

25Jan 2022
Wilhelm Mulinda
The Guardian

The Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) in Mwanza region had launched...

25Jan 2022
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

CRDB Bank Plc group CEO and managing director Abdulmajid Nsekela (2nd-L) addresses journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday. In part, he announced a reduction in interest rates on loans to employees and farmers’ groups loans. He is with CRDB chief operations officer Bruce Mwile (2nd-R), chief financial officer Frederick Nshekanabo (L) and corporate affairs director Tully Esther Mwambapa. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

CRDB Group CEO and managing director, Abdulmajid Nsekela has made good his promise to lower...

25Jan 2022
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

​​​​​​​PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa.

​​​​​​​PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called on Tanzania youth to make sure they set targets...

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