THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

20Mar 2016
Gaudensia Mngumi
Guardian On Sunday
towards the end of last year searched for breeding grounds where the ‘virus’ that causes Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG), Gender- Based Violence (GBV) hide, by carrying out media surveys...
20Mar 2016
Getrude Mbago
Guardian On Sunday
has launched SMS Makini educational platform to provide educational learning content to students and teachers. Tigo Corporate Responsibility Manager Woinde Shisael told reporters during the...

Minister of Health, Ummy Mwalimu

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network (Tawasanet) board chairman Eng. Wilhelmina Malima said this on Wednesday during a two-day Water Sanitation and Hygiene(WASH) Media workshop. She said...
20Mar 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Irking them too has been the so called “universal jurisdiction” that a number of western countries have invoked to also try African leaders for gross human rights violations alleged to have been...

President Jacob Zuma

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Parliament was in fact the ideal place for him to disown the actions of the Guptas and declare that nobody had the right to usurp his powers and abuse his name. By not doing so, Zuma has forced...

Yanga scorer Donald Ngoma and coach Hans van der Pluijm celebrate the team’s goal.

20Mar 2016
Guardian On Sunday
The teams met in the Champions League first round, return leg match at the National Stadium. The Jangwani based side eliminated the Rwandese armed forces team on 3-1 aggregate, having won 2-0 in...

William ole Nasha

20Mar 2016
Getrude Mbago
Guardian On Sunday
The Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, William ole Nasha told the dialogue on ‘making markets inclusive for smallholder farmers’ in Dar es Salaam that the government...

Dr Richard Sezibera

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Supporting a motion moved Kenyan member AbuBakr Ogle and seconded by Tanzanian member Abdullah Mwinyi, they said the outgoing secretary general had made a lot of achievements in the programmes and...

Protesters hold banners reading “Truth for Giulio Regeni” in front of Egyptian Embassy in Rome on Feb. 25.

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
According to the El Nadeem Center, a Cairo-based human rights group, there were 464 documented cases of abductions by security forces in 2015, at least 676 cases of torture, and almost 500 deaths of...
20Mar 2016
Sanula Athanas
Guardian On Sunday
The Msimbazi Street side now lead with 57 points from 24 games, followed by defending champions Yanga who have 50 points. Third-placed Azam FC also have 50 points but Yanga are better placed on...

ZANZIBAR residents shop at the famous Darajani market yesterday ahead of today's election rerun.

20Mar 2016
David Kisanga
Guardian On Sunday
Some of those interviewed said they would abide by their leaders’ call to boycott the poll rerun, accusing the government of deliberately undermining their democratically made choice in last year...

Leodegar Tenga

20Mar 2016
Felister Peter
Guardian On Sunday
It claimed that often times agro products delay to reach the market place due to lack of approval from the Tanzania Bureau of Statistics (TBS), Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA), Tanzania...
13Mar 2016
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
It's after the Minister of State in the President’s Office responsible for Regional Administration and Local Governments, George Simbachawene fixed the deadline e for the mayoral election as March 25...

Farmers harvesting at coffee plantation in Rungwe

13Mar 2016
Our Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
This was made possible by a German-based foundation, Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS), which implements grassroots projects with smallholder coffee farmers in Mbeya Region. Coffee is one of the...

Members of Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) attending the general meeting in Mwanza yesterday.

13Mar 2016
Bilham Kimati
Guardian On Sunday
About 800 tonnes of illegally harvested wood from the Mainland are ferried to the Isles every week, according to impeccable sources. The booming illegal trade is made easier by the extensive...

Dr. Fatma Mrisho, Executive Director for Tanzania Commissions for AIDS (TACAIDS)

13Mar 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
Guardian On Sunday
Dr Subilaga Kaganda was speaking at the official opening of a ten-day training of trainees (ToT) for Stepping Stones, a training package on gender, HIV, communication and relationship skills.She said...
13Mar 2016
Anne Kiruku
Guardian On Sunday
The entry of South Sudan gives regional leaders a greater opportunity to bring lasting peace into that country. Although the 2005 peace accord officially ended the war and guaranteed the south...

Deputy Minister for Works, Transport and Communication Edwin Ngonyani

13Mar 2016
Theresia Victor
Guardian On Sunday
The program will be implemented through a Structured Engineers Apprenticeship Programme (SEAP). Deputy Minister for Works, Transport and Communication Edwin Ngonyani told reporters in Dar es...

PM Kassim Majaliwa

13Mar 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
Guardian On Sunday
He said in pursuit of the regional programmes the community should be committed to protection of its sovereignty, promote peace and stability to ensure that the region make a progress in its drive...
13Mar 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Heartbroken as he seemed, he too seemed worried due to those he said were trying to sabotage his efforts to cleanse this hunk. He, therefore, asked boozers to pray for him so that he can do this job...

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