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Turkish universities

10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Several high learning institutions that were linked to the failed attempt to overthrow the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan had since been closed, prompting the relocation of 56 Tanzanian students...

LAKE TANGANYIKA

10Aug 2016
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Lake Tanganyika is Africa's oldest lake and its fish are a critical part of the diet of neighbouring countries. But catches have declined markedly in recent decades as commercial fleets have...
10Aug 2016
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DuPont Co.’s Pioneer unit hopes to expand its hybrid corn seed partnership with African governments and aid groups to Tanzania after setting up programmes for farmers to use its seed in Ethiopia and...
10Aug 2016
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The managing director of Ekol Africa...

FNB Tanzania marketing manager, Blandina Mwachang’a (2nd left) addresses winners of the Mama Savings campaign (not in picture) in Dar es Salaam yesterday. With her are FNB’s legal secretary David Sarakikya (left), the bank’s Management Information System analyst, Ilakiza Hezwa (centre), Abdallah Hemed (2nd right), National Gaming Board senior inspector, and the bank’s marketing assistant, Bruno Wella.

10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The 10 winners were picked yesterday at a draw held at the bank’s headquarters in Dar es Salaam as the bank continued to reward customers in its campaign to encourage Tanzanians to save. Speaking...

FINANCE AND PLANNING MINISTER DR PHILIP MPANGO

10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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• In a March 2016 report on the stability of the financial sector, the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) says debt servicing in a period of one year will amount to 1.6 per cent of GDP or US$773.5 million
The central bank attributes the recent escalation of this debt portfolio to mainly exchange rate pressures that saw the shilling weakening significantly against major currencies most of last year...

Teams line up ahead of the ARS tournament launching at the Sokoine Stadium in Mbeya yesterday.

10Aug 2016
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“Youth football programs such as this one constitute a major platform for football development and will eventually help to beef up the country’s performance at international championships”, he...
10Aug 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
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TSA secretary general Ramadhan Namkomveka yesterday said they need $32,500 for eight swimmers and a coach while the remaining three will be paid by the world swimming federation (FINA)FINA will also...
10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The Namibia National Olympic Committee confirmed the boxer's arrest, saying the team's head of delegation Jesse Schickerling was attending to the matter. Brazilian civil police said the athlete...

Tanzania urban areas are faced with several challenges which are significantly attributed by the traditional master plans which are basically not relevant to the real situation at the ground.

10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Reflecting on the history of earliest cities to emerge in the world we encounter the Mesopotamia city which existed during 43000-3100BC in Uruk period. From Mesopotamia the trend began to emerge in...

Director of Research and Development Dr Hussein Mansoor (2nd Right) clarifies a point, on the new cashew varieties when the Deputy Minister for Agriculture, , Livestocks and Fisheries, William Ole Nasha (1st Right) and Mtwara RC, Halima Ndendegu (Centre) visited their pavilion during the just ended national agricultural shows in Lindi Region.

10Aug 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
soil and water management, socio-economic and related cross-cutting issues among many other things. Our Correspondent GERALD KITABU caught up with the Director of Research and Development, Dr...

Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) is an approach that helps to guide actions needed to transform and reorient agricultural systems to effectively support development and ensure food security in a changing climate.

10Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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and it has registered a 160 per cent increase in agricultural output over the past 30 years. This data was provided in July this year by the NEPAD (New Partnership for Africa’s Development),...

THE US philanthropist, Bill Gates (3rd R) in group photo with five East and Southern African Journalists attended the Gates media round table conference held in Durban, South Africa recently. From right was Mashaka Mgeta (Tanzania), John Muchangi (Kenya), Deus Ariyo (Uganda), Anna Miti (Zimbabwe) and Mia Malan (South Africa)

09Aug 2016
Mashaka Mgeta
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According to those findings 1.1 million AIDS-related deaths and 2 million people newly infected, almost 1.4 million are in sub-Saharan Africa, with women and girls infected at two and half times the...
09Aug 2016
Beatrice Philemon
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The surgical operations that will last for three days until August 12 aims to strengthen cooperation with local hospitals under Africa’s blindness relief work. In a recent interview with the...
09Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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History has shown that most young entrepreneurs face many challenges including constructing good business ideas and as a result they sometimes fail to achieve their targeted goals. “Every...

National Coordinator for Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB) Nyinondi Philbert holds a Kiroba cassava variety. OFAB has promised to provide clean plantlets for the farmers that will be multiplied through demon plots.

09Aug 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
For the past ten years, ‘Mzigo wa mwizi’, a cassava variety named after its massive and stable production, could not wield a shield against the invasion of cassava mosaic disease (CMD) and cassava...

Gina Din visits a UNFPA supported maternal and child health facility in Migori County, Kenya. Photo: Gina Din Group

09Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Unfortunately, improvements in political representation has not been accompanied by improvements in the material conditions of ordinary women’s lives. As the National Honorary Ambassador for the...

Indigenous women hauling water in Chiapas, Mexico.

09Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Indigenous peoples around the world continue to struggle for self-determination over their education, as highlighted by recent protests against proposed education reforms in Oaxaca, Mexico,...
09Aug 2016
Editor
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There are three major factors causing road accidents namely human error, conditions of infrastructure and defective motor vehicles. More often than not, the public has been led to believe that...
09Aug 2016
Editor
The Guardian
There are three major factors causing road accidents namely human error, conditions of infrastructure and defective motor vehicles. More often than not, the public has been led to believe...

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