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18Feb 2019
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A high level event, Nourishing Africa through improved nutrition and sustainable food systems was held on the margins of the 32nd Ordinary Summit of the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, at...
18Feb 2019
Amri Lugungulo
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This was revealed over the weekend when speaking at a one-day full council meeting held in Kisarawe town following a report on rampant early pregnancy among the schoolgirls hence drop out of school....
18Feb 2019
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The timely initiative, christened ‘Kiboriani Reforestation and Beekeeping Project’  is an incentive to encourage the farmers to beef up the war against environmental degradation in...

Manyara Regional Police Commander, Augustino Senga.

18Feb 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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Manyara Regional Police Commander, Augustino Senga said that police are also looking for three other suspects who are said to assist Lebangu to commit the crime. RPC Senga claimed that youth in the...
18Feb 2019
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Kanyasu also directed tourism companies to pay the porters and tourist guides according to the law after the company claimed that the payments cannot be sustained.According to the law, tourist guides...

Home Affairs minister Kangi Lugola (L) claps alongside CRDB Bank Plc managing director Abdulmajid Nsekela (R) and board chairman Ally Laay at the weekend after inaugurating two classrooms built by the bank at Usa River Primary School in Arumeru District at a cost of 60m/-. The bank also donated 40 desks to the school. Photo: Guardian Correspondent.

18Feb 2019
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Speaking during the handing over ceremony of two classrooms and 40 school desks worth 60m/- donated by CRDB Bank at USA River Primary School in Arumeru District, Arusha Region, Lugola noted that the...
18Feb 2019
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When economists describe the conditions under which countries prosper, the couple writes, one of the factors they stress is human capital, which is another way of saying that the future depends on...
18Feb 2019
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The move aims at getting rid of the fluoride, salt and sanitising water to combat diseases and various physical complication caused by years of consuming the untreated water by villagers.Speaking on...
18Feb 2019
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Majaliwa issued the directives yesterday when he toured the centre to oversee its activities and progress.The premier who is in an official tour in Kigoma said that the government had decided to...
18Feb 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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It goes without saying that data and information analysis, as well as strategic planning are becoming more and more critical to Africa’s successful development formula.
The launch of the report took place on the 8th February 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the margins of the 32nd Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union. The AUDA-NEPAD CEO, Dr Ibrahim...

The Africa Energy Indaba will take place at the Sandton Convention Centre, in Johannesburg, from February 19 and 20 this year

18Feb 2019
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“Africa is the next investment frontier for energy. Energy access is now part of the political debate on the continent and there is an increase in political will to provide energy for African...

Fighters from Hay'et Tahrir al-Sham are seen outside the villages of al-Foua and Kefraya in July [File: Khalil Ashawi/ Reuters]

18Feb 2019
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But similar crimes are happening in Idlib province - although to a lesser extent than they have been committed in government-controlled territory - as well as in areas west of the Euphrates. Hay'...

The ECIC is aiding Mozambique State utility Electricidade de Mocambique in a project to finance the rehabilitation of the country’s electricity infrastructure in northern Mozambique and in Maputo

18Feb 2019
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ECIC COO Mandisi Nkuhlu stresses that electricity blackouts and interruptions in supply are commonplace occurrences in Africa, which place an unnecessary burden on the growth and development of...

Disappointed voters have criticised the electoral commission for the last minute postponement of the poll

18Feb 2019
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"We call on all Nigerians to remain calm and support the electoral process", said a statement from EU, UN and African Union representatives. President Muhammadu Buhari and his main rival Atiku...
18Feb 2019
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Speaking in Dar es Salaam last Friday, TCC Plc’s Primary Manager, Phillip De Gaulle said the principle which involves employees continuous improvement in what they do is proving to be...

Operation Manager for local wines producing company, Alko Vintages, Sweetbertha Rwabizi (R), serves one of the attendees of the maiden ‘Mkeka na Mvinyo’ held in Dar es Salaam on Valentine Day last week. Photo: Guardian Photographer.

18Feb 2019
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The event’s Coordinator, Calorine Kirwanda of Real PR Solutions said in Dar es Salaam last Friday that they plan to conduct the exercise annually all over the country. “We are grateful...

Nigerian billionaire who is founder of TEF and Chairman of United Bank of Africa Plc, Tony Elumelu speaks at a past event. File photo.

18Feb 2019
Francis Kajubi
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United Bank of Africa Tanzania Limited’s Managing Director, Usman Isiaka said in Dar es Salaam last week that the entrepreneurship program which was established by Nigerian tycoon, Tony Elumelu...
18Feb 2019
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The project which will cost over 90bn/- (Euros 38 million) will be implemented between 20 and 30 years with purposes of addressing the negative impacts of climate change. The funds will be sourced...

House Speaker, Job Ndugai (3rd R) in a group photo with TATO and HAT leaders after holding a round-table discussion in Dodoma last week. Photo: Guardian Photographer. 

18Feb 2019
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Speaking during a round-table discussion with House Speaker, Job Ndugai last Friday, Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and Hotels Association of Tanzania leaders said the multi-billion-...

Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan presents a dummy cheque for 1.28bn/-, being a Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank loan issued to Singida Cooperative Union at the weekend. Receiving the cheque is the union’s deputy registrar, Thomas Nyamba ((2nd-R), as SCU chairman Yahya Ramadhan (R) and TADB officer Augustino Chacha (3rd-R) look on. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

18Feb 2019
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Vice President made the remark when handing over the dummy cheque of loan amounting 1.285 billion/- issued by TADB to seven Agricultural Marketing Co-operative Societies (AMCOS) of sunflower growers...

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