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A gas company worker inspects operating machines during a working day at a gas-drilling well in Mtwara Region. Many youths from nearby villages have been employed by the company and the plan is to ensure that people around the gas economy benefit out of the economy.

14Nov 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian
Of late, however, Madimba Village with a population of 3,500 has been put on the map, its popularity owing to findings of natural gas in the area which is significant to the country’s economy....

Tax incentive policies also often aim at promoting specific economic sectors or types of activities as part of an industrial development strategy or to address regional development needs.

14Nov 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian
High-quality legal drafting and a robust administration are necessary to ensure effective anti-abuse provisions. Indirect revenue costs arise from taxpayers abusing the tax incentive regime...

A students’ Loan scheme is one among many alternatives for financing higher education in various countries around the world.

14Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
First, there was a commotion and public outcry when a number of prospect students at higher education institutions in the country missed loans, secondly, after Donald Trump’s unexpected shocking win...
14Nov 2016
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The Guardian
The event, which kicked off in Dodoma on November 1, has attracted 12 outfits which have been put into groups A and B. The first phase of the event, as disclosed by TFF, will take place for...
13Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Voices of African Women (VOWA), an independent women’s movement in Grahamstown, is celebrating its first anniversary and hoping to grow their contribution to the fight against xenophobia, gender-based violence and poor provision of public services.
Many people have on jackets or blankets, some children are wearing pyjamas, and bread and soup in paper cups are being passed around. Other paper cups shelter candles, some lit, others not. Some...
12Nov 2016
Editor
The Guardian
Recent reports indicate that a fresh cholera outbreak has already killed eight out of 172 people in four regions led by Mara and Morogoro in the number of casualties. The minister responsible for...
12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
he thought it would be wise to brief the village natural resources committee and other villagers on what they had learnt. The short course had been conducted by a non-governmental organization,...
12Nov 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian
The words that were initially aimed at winning public support have turned into a sow-throat in both medical circles and the public. Despite the public being reminded of asking the politicians the...

The number of obese ten and 11-year-olds in their last primary school year also rose from 19.1% in 2014-15 to 19.8% last year.

12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Nearly 10 per cent of children in first year of primary school in England are obese, according to latest figures that also expose widening class divide
Obesity is rising among children both in their first and last years at primary school, according to the latest annual measurements of child body mass index (BMI) in England. Overall, 9.3 per cent...

Brothers Said and Yarg Ould Salem became slaves to the El Hassine family at birth. The boys managed to escape in April 2011.

12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Case of brothers enslaved at birth to be brought before regional child welfare court after failure to uphold 2011 sentence against Ahmed Ould El Hassine
The move has been heralded by human rights groups as hugely significant for the abolitionist movement in the west African republic, where modern-day slavery is more prevalent than anywhere else in...
12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Over 177,000 Burundian refugees have crossed over into Tanzania since April 2015. Combined with the pre influx population, the total stands at over 245,000 refugees, which is above the planning...
12Nov 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian
The traders have been complaining for long over unfair business competition imposed by the tax-evading vendors locally known as “machinga,” accusing them of selling commodities at low prices to the...

President Kagame meets with Sir Ian Wood, chairperson of the Wood Foundation, at Village Urugwiro in Kigali yesterday. The Scottish businessman's Foundation has played a significant role in creating economic activities to empower rural communities through business development, capacity building and financing

12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Scottish businessman's Foundation has played a significant role in creating economic activities to empower rural communities through business development, capacity building and financing. (...
12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
They also provide the ability to leapfrog and accelerate development in key sectors like health and education. “It is important because going digital” is not a temporary phenomenon. It is a...

Thabo Mbeki

12Nov 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
During the event, the UDSM Chancellor Dr Jakaya Kikwete will decorate Mbeki with a Doctor of Letters (LL-D) Honoris Causa due to his big contribution in the fight for rights of the people and African...
12Nov 2016
James Kandoya
The Guardian
He told The Guardian in an interview recently that research conducted between 2003 and 2013 had shown that there had been an increase in acute poverty in the country, especially among women. In...
12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Themed ‘Toward universal access to health care: The role of public and private sectors’, the summit is expected to attract over 700 experts and 53 health institutions worldwide. President of the...
12Nov 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Yufnalis Okubo, the Registrar of the Arusha based court, says that the court’s ad-hoc nature caused delays in disposing off matters pending for determination. Currently the court sits for one...

Arusha Urban lawmaker Godbless Lema (2nd L) waves to his supporters on his way back to remand prison after he was denied bail on sedition charges by the Arusha Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

12Nov 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
This is the second time the outspoken legislator gets remanded within a week, and it could not be immediately established when he will walk out of the prison. Earlier on, at the four hour hearing...

Dr Nguke Mwakatundu

12Nov 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
This was revealed in Dar es Salaam yesterday during an official launch of Thamini Uhai, an organization supporting the Tanzania’s efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal death in rural areas,...

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