THE GUARDIAN

23Aug 2016
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Western regions produce 99-per cent of all the cotton grown in the country. The eastern regions zone includes Morogoro, Pwani, Manyara, Kilimanjaro and Iringa. The 2016/17 buying season in the...

The new law will benefit only a miniscule percentage of women employed in the organised sector while ignoring a large demographic toiling in the country's unorganised sector such as contractual labour, farmers, casual workers, self-employed women and housewives.

23Aug 2016
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The law will also facilitate ‘work from home’ options for nursing mothers once the leave period ends and has made creche facilities mandatory in establishments with 50 or more employees. The...

The first time I told my father about my dream to become a train driver he seemed a bit surprised but I went ahead to request him and ask for his blessings.

23Aug 2016
Rose Mwalongo
The Guardian
Our mission is to tour all the 94 stations along the 1860 kilometres railway from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to Kapiri Mposhi in Zambia. The rail has 318 bridges- some of which are underground and...

Good progress has been made in Tanzania to reduce the number of deaths of children under-5 – between 1990 and 2015.

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Good progress has been made in Tanzania to reduce the number of deaths of children under-5 – between 1990 and 2015; child mortality was reduced by 69 per cent. From the 1st to 7th September 2016,...

Managing director of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) who is also a member of the board of directors of the Tanzania Women Bank (TWB) Devotha Mdachi (2nd L) receives Achievement Award from Minister of Health, Gender, the Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu.

23Aug 2016
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The minister made the remarks when officially inaugurating TWB’s new board of directors in Dar es Salaam over the weekend. The chairperson of the new board is Beng’i Issa and board vice chairman...

EAC leaders and Regional governments should enact swift economic policies to bring forward much needed progress within the East African Community framework.

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The East African Community (EAC) needs to focus on delivering what it was initially founded for – developing and maintaining a customs union and common market – before it dreams of far more .
For others, it represented the triumph of sovereignty and nationalism over unrealistic infatuations with asymmetric economic marriages. The last fifteen years of the organisation’s newest...
23Aug 2016
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
On that background, it is imperative to take stock of China’s praise on the country’s initiative to combat poaching, conserve the environment in parks and the people’s hospitality to tourists. The...
23Aug 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Nissan South Africa’s director of sales and operations for sub-Saharan Africa, Jim Dando, said Tanzania is well placed to help strengthen the Nissan brand on the continent. Speaking at the...
23Aug 2016
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The Bank of Uganda (BOU), which has now cut its rate by 300 basis points this year, said annual and core inflation is now forecast to decline to the target of five per cent by the end of this year,...

Hans van Pluijm

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Yanga had lost the first leg played last month by a lone goal at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. The match in Lubumbashi has turned out to be a formality as Yanga have lost hope of...

Magdalena Mushi

23Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Mushi who has returned from the just ended Rio Olympics in Brazil, said this on Sunday at the closing of a two days clinic which she organised for girls and women at Shaaban Robert Secondary School...

Iddi Mkwela

23Aug 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
The Tanzania Professional Boxing Organization (TPBO)-sanctioned fight was organised by domestic boxing promoter, Dotto Texas. Mkwela showcased determination from the start of the six-round,...
23Aug 2016
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Nassari was granted training opportunity by the Tanzania Olympic Committee through World Sailing and International Olympic Solidarity for two months in the UK since last year, visa has become a...

Eng Deusdedit Kakako

22Aug 2016
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Basking in the glory of improved performance, TPA director general, Eng Deusdedit Kakako , told journalists over the weekend in Dar es Salaam, that the authority paid 80.1bn/- to the government in...

Mohammed Mpinga

22Aug 2016
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“With efforts from stakeholders, we have been able to reduce the number of accidents involving pupils in cities…there is a challenge in rural areas due to limited number of traffic police and lack of...
22Aug 2016
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The system is also meant to make sure that drivers pay off their traffic violation fines instantly. The system has been piloted in Dar es Salaam since December, last year, and it has been revealed...

Kassim Majaliwa

22Aug 2016
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“Take legal action against health workers who will be found stealing medicine from public health facilities. They should not be given the opportunity to continue working because they are killers,”...

Dr Reginald Mengi

22Aug 2016
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According to a statement released yesterday by private advocate Deogratias Ringia, Dr Mengi does not own any shares in the company involved in the case. “The principal party in the case is a...
22Aug 2016
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Reports of a hepatitis B disease outbreak in neighbouring DR Congo appear to have caught local health authorities off-guard with hardly any vaccines available to cure the dangerous disease
The reports have apparently caught the nation off-guard with officials now confirming that the government does not normally keep large stocks of the jab when demand is low, while public awareness...
22Aug 2016
Editor
The Guardian
The Games has ended peacefully but Tanzania continues to lose hope as medal-winning becomes a nightmare despite persistent participation every after four years. It looks we have completely run...

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