THE GUARDIAN

25Jun 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
An independent consultant at the Centre for International Forest Research (CIFOR) Dr. Martin Kijazi told a breakfast debate organised by Policy Forum on ‘Revenues from extractive industries to local...
25Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Launched yesterday by UN Resident Coordinator Alvaro Rodriguez, UNDAP II, which will cover the period July 2016 to June 2021, urged stakeholders to support its implementation. The plan focuses...

Minister of Agriculture, Livestock Development and Fisheries, tizeba

25Jun 2016
Felix Andrew
The Guardian
The challenge was thrown in Dar es Salaam yesterday by a policy advisor in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Development and Fisheries, Prof David Nyange, at the launch of a programme to...
25Jun 2016
Editor
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Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism Gaudence Milanzi told this paper in an exclusive interview that the government would make public the names of the so-called...
25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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But it’s very unfortunate that most of us are not familiar with the behaviour that can work against the very future we want to protect. We are not aware that all our actions, as mundane as they may...
25Jun 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian
Despite its being a gross violation of human and child right in particular causing the victim irreparable mental and physical trauma, the CSA experience may expose the victim to the danger of...

Giraffe gather at a water hole in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, August 2, 2015.

25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Authority has invited bids to purchase the animals in its reserves, hoping private game reserves with cash and spare water and fodder may be able to get them through the...
25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Last week, six Kenyan members of parliament were chucked in a Nairobi prison for four days after being accused of hate speech. This is the political equivalent of being sent to the naughty corner, but it seems to have worked: the “Pangani Six” have now pr
Ironically, the MPs in question would not meet face to face until their violent rhetoric put them behind bars together, forcing them to iron out their differences. The MPs, now christened the “...

Industry and trade minister was quoted earlier in the week as telling reporters in Dodoma that the government was determined to kill the second-hand textile business, alleging it amounted to a “broad daylight theft of consumers’ money” by the traders.

25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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But Mwijage’s mitumba d-day approaches without signals of his backing down from the infamous decision he had made to the detriment of the industry that clothes the overwhelming population short of...
25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Jumia Tanzania Managing Director Nina Holmes said yesterday at the just ended annual conference on the Future of E- Commerce in Tanzania which was held in Buni Innovation Hub at the Commission of...
25Jun 2016
The Guardian
Chief Executive Retail and Business Banking Barclays Africa Roy Ross said BAGL will continue to be optimistic about its growth prospects, and to operate in the normal course of business. “We...

Tanzania Football Federation youth development committee technical director Kim Poulsen talks to the team at the mobile firm offices in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

25Jun 2016
Fred Ogot
The Guardian
The teams will meet in the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Under-17 qualifying first leg match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam tomorrow. The team arrived with a contingent of 25 people...

Kipre Tchetche

25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The club say that the striker still has one year to go on his contract and that they would not hesitate to shorten the contract once they receive a good offer. Tchetche has been associated with a...
25Jun 2016
Fred Ogot
The Guardian
Serengeti Boys have had intensive preparations for the match, in which they stayed in camp for over two months and played several international friendlies. The youth side played one international...
25Jun 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Fifteen clubs are taking part in the tournament organized by DABA in an effort to improve the sport in the country. The tournament at the National Indoor Stadium was officially opened on Wednesday...
25Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The study by Control Risks, a global risk and strategic consulting firm specializing in political, security and integrity risk, said telecommunications in the region were likely to face cyber...

zitto kabwe

25Jun 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
Commenting on potential consequences of the Brexit vote announced yesterday on African groupings such as the East African Community (EAC), Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the...
25Jun 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian
The move comes in the wake of an ongoing trend for owners in the municipality to leave the animals to forage for food in the streets, which was against the law. Regional Administration,...

Refugees in Nyarugusu Camp, Kasulu District in Kigoma Regions pay attention to the commemoration of their D-Day.

24Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
The report also states that there were more forcibly displaced people worldwide as a result of persecution, conflicts, generalised violence, or human rights violations than at any time since the...

Banning nuclear weapons, prohibiting the use of poison gases, or outlawing germ warfare will not remove the root causes of war.

24Jun 2016
The Guardian
Through the following quotations in this letter that I am sharing through your esteemed newspaper, The Guardian, I wish to bring to light that world peace and the lack of war is not only possible...

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