THE GUARDIAN

DC- SOPHIA MJEMA

27Sep 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
The project implemented by Cambridge Development Initiative (CDI), a student-led engineering organization based in the UK, is objectively working to provide sanitation solutions to the problem...

Hamad Masauni

27Sep 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
Speaking at the week’s official launch in Geita region yesterday, deputy home affairs minister Hamad Masauni disclosed that road mishaps in the country have killed at least 11,230 people and injured...
26Sep 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
Director of Programme Implementation and Coordination Directorate, Estherine Lisinge-Fotabong, says Africa’s high economic growth rates have not translated into high levels of employment and...

Dr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki

26Sep 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
The document serves as a vehicle for advancing rural transformation across the content and to accelerate the pace towards the visions of the African Union’s Agenda 2063 – a strategy to optimize use...

Gabriel Mwero

26Sep 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
The auditors now want government institutions and agencies to adopt the independence and objectivity rulebook for internal auditors, known as ISO number 1100, as contained in their Professional...
26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Losses in some African countries have been staggering. Tanzania, which relies heavily on wildlife tourism, saw a 60 per cent decline in its elephant population. Switzerland-based IUCN is regarded...

PROF.JUMANNE MAGHEMBE

26Sep 2016
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
One of the stakeholders in tourism industry, Erick Mashauri told journalists over the weekend that there were many opportunities that if grabbed could market the country’s tourist attractions...

RICHARD MGAMBA

26Sep 2016
James Kandoya
The Guardian
The company’s managing director, Richard Mgamba, made the pledge yesterday when paying last respects to the fallen journalist at Leaders Club in Kinondoni. Mgamba said the gesture is out of...

President John Magufuli and First Lady Janeth Magufuli attend mass at a St Alban’s church in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
He made the remarks yesterday in Dar es Salaam at St Albano Anglican church when he and his wife Janeth Magufuli attended the holy mass. During the mass, he also contributed 1m/- to help on...

Saidi Meck Sadiki

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The RC made remarks yesterday when addressing a rally attended by Kahe East residents as he inspected development projects being implemented by the Moshi District Council. “Other leaders,...

MOHAMMED MPINGA

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
“The reforms should seek to address a set of identified risk factors in road safety which have never been well addressed in our current law…therefore, the use of unwarranted speed, use of alcohol by...

TUNDUMA TOWN

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Among other issues, the initiative will improve roads of major streets in the busy trade town with a population of nearly 100,000 people. The Tunduma Town Council was curved out of Momba District...

Counterfeit drugs in countries like Kenya also add to the growth in antibiotic resistance.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
However for many developing countries addressing this growing problem will also involve tackling much more fundamental development challenges such as access to toilets and vaccines. “In a...

Tanzania has been faced with a number of disasters both natural and man-made. For the last decade there has been a series of disasters which have claimed lives of innocent people, their properties, as well as their peace of mind.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
We all recall that on 10th September, 2016, a moderate earthquake, with the magnitude 5.7 hit Kagera region. The earthquake’s epicenter was 44 kilometers from Bukoba, and caused loss of about 16...

Last week, public and private leaders of the world gathered in Davos to discuss the implications of the fourth industrial revolution. But many think that this venue has become a fashionable talking that shop oesn’t achieve enough. At a previous economic forum in 2015, the G20 governments agreed to curb tax dodging by multinational companies, but this ignores, and still does the problem of tax havens, which has yet to be fully addressed.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
But something that few of us laugh about are death and taxes, and though none can escape the former, many evade the latter, particularly mega rich multinationals and well known global companies...

Policymakers often respond to health risk by favouring industrialisation and reducing smallholder access to markets. These changes are often based on fear, not facts.

26Sep 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian
Fish account for more than half of the animal protein intake for the 47 million poorest people in Tanzania. Meat, milk, eggs and fish are important sources of the micro-nutrients and high-quality...

As the backbone of Uganda’s economy, agriculture has the potential to create lucrative livelihoods and lift thousands of Ugandans out of poverty, especially with the adoption of modern techniques and better quality inputs.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The percentage of the population living with less than $1.90 (2011 PPP) a day declined from 53.2 per cent in 2006 to 34.6 per cent in 2013. Similarly, the proportion of the Ugandan population...

PATRICK LIEWIGI

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
It was Pastory Anthony’s 58th minute goal that was enough to hand the holders a heartbreaking moment to spoil the their rollercoaster display at domestic front. Anthony capitalised on goal...
26Sep 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
City went down 2-0 to JKT Ruvu in the match played at the latter’s venue, Mabatini, in Coast Region, on Saturday to see the former concede a second consecutive defeat in the league. Strikers...

Simba players celebrate a goal during their Mainland premier soccer league match against Majimaji played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Saturday. From left are Mohamed Ibrahim, Shiza Kichuya and Jamal Mnyate. Simba won 4-0.

26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Simba travelled to Morogoro yesterday to camp in the same fashion they did during pre-season preparations under their Cameroonian coach Joseph Omog. Boasting of 16 points to their collection kit,...

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