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Zainab Omar Mohammed

08Mar 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian
Zanzibar commitment came at a time when Isles residents join the rest of the world to commemorate ‘World Women’s Day which has been themed: ‘Women are partners in the growth of the economy, provide...

Tarime township

08Mar 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
The suspects have been identified as Ally Richard (30), resident of Nyamikoma in Bunda District and Alex Ghati Kobi (42) of Sabasaba Street in Tarime Township whereas the third suspect managed to...

Students at University of Dodoma

08Mar 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
Acting Director of Local Content in Investments in the National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) Neema Lugangira made the remarks yesterday in Dar es Salaam. She told students to use the...

Deputy Minister for Energy and Minerals, Medard Kalemani

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The deal involves the Buckreef mine located in the recently-established Geita region, some 115 kilometers southwest of Mwanza region. Tanzanian Royalty Exploration, through its Tanzanian unit...

Dr Godwin Murunga

07Mar 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
Presenting the recommendations during the closure of the 9th Inter-parliamentary Relations Seminar (Nanyuki Series) in Dar es Salaam at the weekend, one of the panelists Dr Godwin Murunga said only...

Lulu Mengele

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
In July, last year, the pensions fund introduced ‘Wote Scheme,’ in recognition of the need to provide social security to entrepreneurs in the informal sector, which is a crucial catalyst in boosting...

Assistant Conservator of Arusha National Park, Samuel Sakinoi (l) congratulate the ambassador of the reserve, Catherine Leonard (r)

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Tourism experts and conservationists are concerned over the trend and they are now calling for collective efforts to address the trend that could harm tourism, one of the most vibrant sectors in the...

Teresia Olemako

07Mar 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
According to Njwaba Charles Mwaijibe, a natural resources and environmental officer with the council, Arusha is now overwhelmed by the influx of men and women moving to the town in pursuit of greener...

First Lady Janeth Magufuli (r) receives various food stuff and solar equipment from CRDB Managing Director, Dr Charles Kimei (2nd l) . Photo: Daniel Mkate

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Janeth, who is the guardian of the centre which is located at Idetenya Ward in Misungwi District, received rice, maize flour, beans, sugar, vegetable cooking oil and solar panels.Speaking soon after...

Dr Augustine Mahiga

07Mar 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
The president directed that three Tanzanian envoys - Dr Batilda Buriani (Tokyo, Japan), Dr James Msekela (Rome, Italy) and Peter Kallaghe (London, United Kingdom) - be recalled from their duty...

Ombeni Sefue shake hands with President John Magufuli

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
According to a terse statement issued yesterday by the president's office, Sefue will be deployed to 'another position'. He is replaced by Tanzania's ambassador to India, John Kijazi, who served...
07Mar 2016
Editor
The Guardian
However, the impact of this resistance on malaria as a public health problem has been harder to demonstrate, for reasons that remain unclear. One possible reason is suggested by a new study,...

Deputy Minister in Prime Minister's Office (People with disabilities) Dr. Abdallah Possi admires some hand-made products by the children with learning disabilities at the Gabriella Children's Rehabilitation Centre (GCRC). Left is the Executive Director of the centre, Brenda Shuma

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
In Tanzania for instance, government and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in collaboration with some community based organizations (CBOs) have played a big role on the awareness on the...
07Mar 2016
Gaudensia Mngumi
The Guardian
A 38 kilometer drive was a very quite morning around 4.45 am. Birds were chirping in the thickets as we moved across the so called undeveloped plots along the Morogoro road sides. Practically the...

Senior Managing Director, Toyota-Tsusho Takashi Hattor (c), Toyota Tsusho East Africa Chairman Ambassador Awori Dennis (l) and Professor Adolf Mkenda, Permanent Secretary (Investment and Trade), Ministry of Industries, Trade and Investments (r)

07Mar 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
Some of its objectives among many are to simplify procedures and make investment services more accessible, efficient and effective. Due to the conducive investment in the country, of recent the...

he international community needs to deliberate on the steps to save our planet from irreversible damage of climate change and global warming. (File photo)

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The world is, indeed sleepless searching for solutions on how best to tackle effects of the scourge - a phenomenon which accidently aim the poor, particularly the poorest of the poor. The scenario...

Mtwara Regional Administrative Secretary Alfred Luanda (l) cuts a ribbon to officiate a construction of a dedicated quay adjoining Mtwara Freeport zone. With him is Bahari Oilfield Services-FPZ General Manager, Peter Wilson.

07Mar 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Bahari Oilfield Services-FPZ will partner with MAC Group Tanzania and Singapore based M/S Springville Infrastructure PTE Limited to develop the offshore supply base and logistic facility in Mtwara...
07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Live demonstrations of the Galaxy S7 were held across several shopping malls in the city and other selected shops. The live demonstrations also included the use of Samsung’s new Gear VR- a virtual...

NMB bank agent attending a customer.

07Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
NMB Bank Plc’s Managing Director, Ineke Bussemaker said in Dar es Salaam last Friday that the 560 agents it has countrywide add to a 175 physical branches serving customers in all regions of the...

An Occupational Therapist Brenda Shuma (right) with some officials from Autism Connects Tanzania

06Mar 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
Brenda Shuma, an occupational therapist, explained that African communities tend to hide their children with disabilities at home, particularly those suffering from brain disorder. Shuma said...

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