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21Jan 2021
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

JOSEPH R. Biden Jr, better known as Joe Biden was last night taking oath of office as the 46th...

21Jan 2021
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Prime Minister KasimMajaliwa (R) presents hemp seeds to one of the sisal growers Elizaberth Marandu at the Agricultural Research InstituteMlingano inTanga yesterday. Photo: Correspondent Oscar Kasimiri

PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed sisal-growing districts as well as estates to set...

21Jan 2021
Felister Peter
The Guardian

THE outbreak of COVID-19 in the world resulted in reduced traffic of cargo vessels at the port...

21Jan 2021
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

CHINA has said it is expanding opportunities for imports of high quality products and...

20Jan 2021
The Guardian

Joseph R. Biden has taken the oath of office and has become the 46th president of the United...

20Jan 2021
Woinde Shizza
The Guardian

The meeting will be held partly online and live owing to threat of Covid-19. Main areas to...

20Jan 2021
Michael Sikapundwa
The Guardian

​​​​​​​MORE than 2,000 smallholder farmers from ten villages in Morogoro Region are expected to...

20Jan 2021
By Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

​​​​​​​ZANZIBAR’s First Vice President Seif Sharif Hamad.

​​​​​​​ZANZIBAR’s First Vice President Seif Sharif Hamad has said stances political parties...

20Jan 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

THE government move to revive sisal farming in Tanga has started paying off by offering jobs to...

20Jan 2021
Correspondent
The Guardian

This Kisbo Safari bus, which was on its way from Kahama to Dar es Salaam yesterday, overturned near Isaka as the driver moved to spare the life of an old woman who was crossing the road. Photo: Correspondent Shaban Njia

​​​​​​​One person was killed after a bus overturned and fell into a ditch in Kahama District on...

20Jan 2021
Francis Kajubi
The Guardian

TADB Managing Director Japhet Justine.

​​​​​​​PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday laid a foundation stone for the ongoing construction of...

20Jan 2021
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian

Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan pictured in Dodoma city yesterday launching books endorsed for use in teaching Kiswahili internationally. The event was part of the commemoration of Kiswahili Day. Left is Information, Culture, Arts and Sports deputy minister Abdallah Ulega. Photo: Correspondent Ibrahim Joseph

VICE President Samia Suluhu Hassan has challenged experts in Kiswahili to do more to promote the...

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