THE GUARDIAN

PRIME Minister Majaliwa Kassim

14Apr 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
The Premier was speaking when Namungo FC recently presented a trophy to him during a function held at Ruangwa trading center, where Chinese companies Sun Shine Industries and China Civil Engineering...
14Apr 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Tanzania Darts Association (TADA) has organised the annual tournament in an effort to maintain effective promotion of the sport. The tournament, according to the organisers, will involve three...

Augustine Mahiga (r) talks with the United States Ambassador to Tanzania, Mark Childress (l) recently.

14Apr 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The meeting came after a US government aid organisation, the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), last month froze $473 million (1 trillion/-) in financial assistance to Tanzania due to concerns...

The Great Ruaha River.

13Apr 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian
Kalinga’ struggle is due to the fact that on that day it was his turn to ensure his five-acre farm is irrigated as the next day is for other farmers in Usangu valley, which forms the headwater...

Makhtar Diop, World Bank Vice President for Africa

13Apr 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
According to the World Bank report, these figures are outlined in Africa’s Pulse, the World Bank’s twice-yearly analysis of economic trends and latest data for the region.The 2016 growth...

Dr. Richard Sezibera (r) give his remarks as USAID/Kenya and East Africa/Regional Economic Integration Office Director, Matthew Rees (l) looks on.

13Apr 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
USAID/Kenya and East Africa/Regional Economic Integration Office Director, Matthew Rees made expressed the sentiments on Monday in Arusha when speaking at a two-day Regional Trade and Feed the Future...

President John Magufuli

13Apr 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
He announced that state agents will be secretly recording the conversations of all ministers to identify those who are privately Magufuli, nicknamed ‘The Bulldozer’, introduced a raft of radical...

Without appropriately addressing this issue of equitable production, consumption and distribution of goods and services at various levels, issues like gender injustice, poverty, marginalisation, climate change, indebtedness and economic bubbles and crashes will persist.

13Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Yet, on the other hand, the world has never been more unequal. Inequality is increasingly becoming a worldwide problem. For any development plan, the problem of the gap between the rich and the poor...

Lubricating oils

13Apr 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian
They made the pledge when speaking during a meeting organised by the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) to discuss challenges facing the sector. Gilbert Chacha said the problem of substandard...

Former President Jakaya Kikwete (right) holding talks with World Bank Vice President for Africa Region, Mukhtar Diop

13Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The bank said the commodity price rout, particularly for oil which fell 67% from June 2014 to December 2015, as well as weak global growth were behind the region's lacklustre performance. "...

Methew Mtigumwe (r)

13Apr 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Accompanied by members of the regional security committee, Regional Commissioner Methew Mtigumwe issued the order when speaking with villagers from five villages along the forest reserve. He...
13Apr 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Each year World Travel Award covers the globe with a series of regional gala ceremonies staged to recognise and celebrate individual and collective successes within each geographical region. The...

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his government is set to tax more US based tech companies, Google and Facebook

13Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Because much of today’s trade is carried out on the Internet, a foreign firm may now be considered a “permanent establishment” and subject to tax even if most of its presence is virtual, the Israel...

Tourists walk at Stone Town in Zanzibar

13Apr 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
The warning comes hot in the heels of the country’s lacklustre performance in the World Travel Awards (WTA), announced in Zanzibar recently. The awards saw the country’s tourist board beaten by...

Uganda-Tanga pipeline project

13Apr 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
According to senior officials in the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals, the Ugandan government appears to have come to a firm conclusion that the pipeline should access the ocean via Tanga...

yanga vs azam

13Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Holders Young Africans will be at their National Stadium base to host visiting Mwadui FC from Shinyanga in their return leg of the league.Azam will be at home to check Mtibwa Sugar in a match billed...
13Apr 2016
Editor
The Guardian
The might of the pen has long being understood, from the first love letters that toppled the ancient Greek city of Troy unraveling the age defiant tale of the Trojan War to the spy notes that brought...
13Apr 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
DAREVA secretary general Yusuf Mkalambati said Ardhi commanded a 3-0 rout of Bagamoyo whereas UDSM cruised to a 3-1 win over DUCE. Thirteen colleges are battling it out in the tournament,...

PAC Chairman, Hillary Aesh

13Apr 2016
Gwamaka Alipipi
The Guardian
This is the latest development in an apparent tug-of-war between the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and the police force whose top officials appear reluctant to release the contract...

coastal union

13Apr 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Coastal Union, against all odds, grabbed a shocking 2-1 win over Simba in the quarterfinal game of the Azam Sports Federation Cup played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Monday to...

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