THE GUARDIAN

10Nov 2017
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Either way that outlook is surprising because early November is far too early to touch on anything like the next financial year’s budget, and making such effort is precocious, a cover for not...
10Nov 2017
Editor
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The supposed difference implies that social goods are things that are consumed out of habit, like contributing to wedding ceremonies or religious festivals, while an economic good is something that...

Principal Judge Justice Ferdinand Wambali

10Nov 2017
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
They have also been challenged to keep abreast with judicial activities locally and globally.Speaking while gracing the ongoing third African judicial dialogue held here yesterday, Principal Judge...

MEMBERS of Parliament

10Nov 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
Kigoma North MP, Peter Serukamba (CCM) faulted the government over poor planning and failure to engage the private sector in implementation of major projects as it is being done in other countries....

HRGG chairman Bahame Nyanduga

10Nov 2017
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
Delivering the findings to participants in Dar es Salaam during the programme for the multi-stakeholders workshop to launch the report, CHRGG chairman Bahame Nyanduga said that the baseline is the...

Minister of State in the Vice President’s Office for Union Affairs and Environment, January Makamba

10Nov 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
Minister of State in the Vice President’s Office for Union Affairs and Environment, January Makamba made the call yesterday, saying the government will use all measures to preserve sources of...

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa

10Nov 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa told the National Assembly that the fifth phase government sees proper provision of health, education, water, and other key services to the citizenry as more important...
10Nov 2017
The Guardian
By 7am, more than 30 bouncers from Yono Auction Mart were knocking on doors room-after-room, waking up stunned occupants to oversee their abrupt departure.The evicted patrons were told to pack up in...

President Yoweri Museveni and PRESIDENT Magufuli

10Nov 2017
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According to Magufuli, the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) for one has collected an extra 380.5 million/- since it opened an office at the then newly-established Mutukula OPBP in November last...

he Minister for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, Prof Joyce Ndalichako,

10Nov 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
Education minister Ndalichako yesterday threatened to close higher learning institutions that continue to subject students to certain pre-payments before getting their HESLB disbursements
Most institutions of higher learning in the country (public and private) have a policy for freshmen to pay certain monies before being enrolled. The same goes for continuing students before they are...

Image result for Tanzania Breweries Limited Managing Director Roberto Jarrin

09Nov 2017
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• According to a new World Bank Report, Tanzania’s infant industrial sector consumes a per cent of the water resources in the country compared to over 80 per cent by agro-producers, who mostly don’t pay for it
Tanzania Breweries Limited Managing Director Roberto Jarrin and the Chief Executive Officer of Southern Agriculture Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT), Geoffrey Kirenga, said beverage manufacturers...

President John Magufuli with the head of the World Bank, Dr Jim Yong Kim. In a new report released early this week, the global lender says that the national economy is currently facing two important and related challenges, which are under-execution of the national budget and the decline in private sector sentiment. File photo

09Nov 2017
The Guardian
“There appears to have been an overall deterioration in business sentiment due to the perceived risks resulting from the unpredictability of policy actions related to the Government’s...
09Nov 2017
The Guardian
• Apart from high interest rates, borrowers are also finding it difficult to obtain loans as lenders remain cautious in extending credit as part of the strategy to contain the escalation of nonperforming loans
The central bank’s interventions to stimulate lending and investment have included reduction of the discount rate twice in a space of six months this year. According to two reports...

Manchester City's Fernandinho in action with Arsenal's Sead Kolasinac during their Premier League match at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England on Sunday. REUTERS

09Nov 2017
The Guardian
Fernandinho, John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi are never likely to hog the headlines in a team that has plundered 52 goals in all competitions and features flamboyant playmakers Kevin De Bruyne and...

Alphonse Simbu

09Nov 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Simbu, who finished third in the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championship, could not be reached for comments on the letter. AT secretary general, Wilhelm...

Yahaya Mohamed (L) and teammates participate in Azam FC’s recent training session in Dar es Salaam to prepare for the Mainland Premier League’s matches. (Photo: Courtesy of Azam FC)

09Nov 2017
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The outfit's leadership, as revealed in the side's website, reached the decision after having agreed with the striker to terminate his contract. The player is, thus, expected to make his way...
09Nov 2017
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The Swiss 19-time grand slam champion had encouraging words for his friend and rival while helping Murray start his comeback gently by playing him in a charity match in Glasgow on Tuesday. ...

"Oceans: our allies against climate change. How marine ecosystems help preserve our world."

09Nov 2017
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UN has strengthened its massive efforts to clean up the seas, which are the Earth’s main buffer against climate change. The 30 countries – all members of UN Environment Programme (...

A man walks past the flags of the member states in the 34th Ordinary SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, 17 August 2014. Photo/EPA

09Nov 2017
The Guardian
They will remain forever locked into roller-coaster rides as global commodity prices fluctuate, and average growth will stay low. The European Union (EU), which is meeting the African Union (AU) for...
09Nov 2017
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The Guardian
Road deaths and injuries are sudden, violent, traumatic events. Their impact is long-lasting, often permanent. Each year, millions of newly injured and bereaved people from every corner of the world...

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