THE GUARDIAN

Simba players

05May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Simba still have hope of chasing the title despite massive gap created by their archrivals Yanga as each side has three matches in hand before the season winds up. However some of their players...

Swimming

05May 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
The highly competitive event attracted all swimming clubs of the country. MIS chairman Christopher Nikitas said the school was represented by 19 swimmers aged between 7 and 17 at the championships.He...

The chairman of TASOTA, Moustafa Khataw

05May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The TASOTA chairman says that the government would make more savings by negotiating special travel packages with airlines for external trips
He told The Banker that more savings would be made by negotiating special travel packages with airlines for external trips. Khataw, who is also the CEO of Skylink Group, made the remarks when...

Sample of the Tanzanian currency

05May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The stability also means the purchasing power of even ordinary people has improved although the achieved gains are not readily reflected by market realities. Rarely do macroeconomic figures tell real...

President John Magufuli

05May 2016
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
The issue of tax exemptions has come under sharp focus following revelations that former president Jakaya Kikwete's administration waived taxes worth close to 8 trillion/- in just the past five years...

Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Magdalena Sakaya

04May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
The camp alleged that many investors were given huge ownership stakes in the plantations even though it was known that most of them did not make any major investments in the farms. Opposition...
04May 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
The call for action comes after the mayor conducted an investigation that revealed the servants failed to fulfill their obligations with due diligence resulting in the loss of life of cyclist...
04May 2016
Editor
The Guardian
Not that we need a reminder of what taxes are but rather we do need a reminder every so often as to why we pay taxes in that first place. So we pay taxes for the ‘common good’, as long as you...

Tanzania is under growing pressure both abroad and at home to destroy its ivory stockpile.

04May 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
Tanzania has a stockpile of over 90 metric tonnes of ivory, the world's largest haul, which is estimated to be worth well over 400 billion/- on the global black market. A common strategy adopted...

Guests interacting at the residence of The Kingdom of The Netherlands’ Ambassador in Dar es Salaam last week.

04May 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
Furthermore, there are three extraordinary municipalities of the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius, locates southeast of the Virgin Islands.The Netherlands is sometimes...
04May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Directors of Mwiba Holdings, Michel Allard and Pratik Patel said the company has also spent billions of shillings for conservation, security in the area and corporate social responsibility. “This...

Though big foreign companies dominate the gold mining industry, small-scale artisanal mining occupies a very prominent livelihood space in the country's economy.

04May 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
The Guardian
Tanzania Mineral Audit Agency (TMAA) said in its latest report that the small scale miners also paid 185.63m/- in royalty during the year. TMAA Chief Executive Officer, Engineer Dominic Rwekaza...

Chief Traffic Police Commander, Mohamed Mpinga

04May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Working in partnership with a non-governmental organisation called Amend, the energy company has provided a 54m/- grant to back the programme which also provides prizes to students who excel in an...

NMB Plc’s Investor Relations Manager,Anna Mwasha (front) talking to journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

04May 2016
Victor Karega
The Guardian
The medium term note instrument allows the Dar es Salaam based bank which is the largest in the country by branch network, profit and customer numbers, to issue to between 20-25bn/- subordinated bond...

Journalists at work

04May 2016
Rose Mwalongo
The Guardian
The call comes as journalists mark World Press Freedom Day amid reports that over 30 journalists were physically attacked and threatened in the country in 2015 alone. The call is part of the 2015...

Harry Kitilya (2rd r), Sioi Solomon (3rd r) and Shose Sinare (2rd l) escorted to remand as they leave Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court recently.

04May 2016
The Guardian
The accused were facing eight counts before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court dropped the eighth count involving money laundering leaving the accused facing only seven counts. The case...

Mohamed Rishard Adolf

04May 2016
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
Ever since the team gained promotion into the top flight berth over a decade ago, the Bukoba-based side has been consistent and never stumbled to this catastrophically scale of earning an undesirable...

Kalage Suba (l) facing Alan Kamote at the Universal Boxing Organisation (UBO) game.

04May 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
The Pugilist Syndicate of Tanzania (PST)-sanctioned bout, held at Sky Point venue, was coordinated by a Dar es Salaam boxing enthusiast, Swai Mbegoni, in a bid to promote the sport in the city....

Coach Jackson Mayanja

04May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The Ugandan coach opts for retention of the players with slight changes so as to maintain the team’s cohesion even if it misses out the lucrative silverware. Regardless of where Simba will finish...

Mussa Hassan Mgosi...has seen better days

04May 2016
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
Unless football miracle happens, Simba have daunting task to finish the season with a premiership silverware. There will be many changes that have to be made. Certain players will have to be...

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