THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

28Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Association of Power Utilities of Africa and African Network of Centers of Excellence (ANCEE) organized a three-day seminar on “Promoting Gender Equality in the African Power Sector” at...

Youths constitute a major part of Tanzania’s labour force, about 68 per cent, and one-third of the country’s population. PHOTO: File

28Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
Such issues result from inadequate initiatives to support youths in their search for economic empowerment opportunities, especially through social entrepreneurship and formal businesses.There is also...

Vice-President for Agriculture, Human and Social Development, Jennifer Blanke.

28Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
“This sleeping giant needs to wake up,” the Bank’s Vice-President for Agriculture, Human and Social Development, Jennifer Blanke, told an audience at a 2018 World Food Prize side...

Abela Beihoki (R), who suffered from PPH while giving birth to her child, Lameck Layson. PHOTO: Correspondent

28Oct 2018
James Kandoya
Guardian On Sunday
She did not expect she would leave the hospital safely back to her home place with her baby after she suffered excessive bleeding after delivering her child.Thanks to the hospital she had gone to,...
28Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
By Kirsten PearsonFor these households, when prices go up (like when the VAT rate increased by 1%) they cannot reach into their savings and are therefore forced to cut back on the goods and services...

Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO’s director general.

28Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
A simple act of breathing is killing 7 million people a year and harming billions more, but ‘a smog of complacency pervades the planet,’ says Dr Tedros Adhanom
Over 90 per cent of the world’s population suffers toxic air and research is increasingly revealing the profound impacts on the health of people, especially children.“The world has turned...
28Oct 2018
Miki Tasseni
Guardian On Sunday
(damages of World War I) led to another great war as UK government adviser and top economist John Maynard Keynes had predicted. He told the delegates at Versailles as they were tidying up that treaty...
28Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
It is the second Bretton Woods institution to do so after the World Bank faulted the law early last month
This comes a few weeks after the World Bank expressed similar concerns over the revisions.Tanzania’s lawmakers passed amendments that criminalise publication of figures that haven’t been...

Tanzanian songbird Judith Wambura alias Lady Jaydee

21Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Fans danced and sang to the tune of the Mainland artiste while buzzying and drinking at the cocktail function hosted by 6 Degrees South. The exclusive function was also aimed at celebrating tourism...
21Oct 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
 TANECU Chairman Shaibu Haifai made the remarks yesterday, adding that already 2 million bags had been purchased for packing the produce.“We have ordered 2million bags for repackaging...
21Oct 2018
Adam Fungamwango
Guardian On Sunday
Simba are expected to field a full strength squad after week-long breaks for national teams compete in Afcon qualifying matches.The Msimbazi Street side are expected to field professionals such us...

Devastation from Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, Oct. 12, 2018. Residents whose homes have suffered major damage in multiple storms could eventually be offered buyouts, but the process can take several years. Photo/Gerald Herbert

21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
Retreat is an established part of U.S. flood management: Government agencies have been paying people to move out of harm’s way for several decades. But the process is flawed and needs to be...
21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
In recent years, scores of people have been killed in Islamist attacks in Mozambique where militants are said to have established Islamists camps. Forty attacks have been carried out since...

Shruti Haasan

21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
The actress also shared her current work mode on Instagram.  She's keen to collaborate with international musicians and create original tunes. Making music suits her fine as there's not...
21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
Saudi Arabian journalist who fell foul of his country’s ruling dynasty after moving abroad so he could criticise it more freely
Khashoggi was 59 when he was murdered after going missing on a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October. Official denials, leaks and feverish speculation about his fate fuelled tensions...
21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
Mike Pompeo says US needs facts of Saudi writer's disappearance before it can 'make decisions on how or if to respond'
Turkish sources have told media outlets they believe the Saudi writer and critic was killed inside the consulate in what they described as "premeditated murder".Saudi officials have...

Central Africa, the home of the gorillas, is highly susceptible to this disease, driving poverty and desperation amongst its communities. Photo: File

21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
CONSERVATIONISTS are in a desperate fight to save the last of the world’s gorillas. Numbers of some subspecies are so low that organisations are literally saving the species one gorilla at a...

Sam Johnson joined Glasgow from the Reds of Queensland three years ago

21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
Australia-born Johnson, 25, earned his first Scotland call-up this week after serving a three-year residency period.The Warriors centre, 25, emerged as a key component of Rennie's Pro14 semi-...

Kaneria, who spent six seasons at Essex, has now apologised to the club and former team-mates

21Oct 2018
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
The 37-year-old has also apologised to former Essex team-mate Mervyn Westfield, who was sent to jail after Kaneria encouraged him to spot-fix.Essex Police say they are "currently reassessing the...

Tanzania President Dr John Pombe Magufuli

21Oct 2018
Michael Eneza
Guardian On Sunday
The reason was public jubilation at the way in which the team turned around a disappointing 0-3 result in away encounter with Cape Verde with a 2-0 verdict at home in replay, just five days later....

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