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PROF IBRAHIMU HARUNA LIPUMBA

27Sep 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
The Guardian
Prof Lipumba said that today’s national leadership council meeting is void since those who convened it had no mandate to do the same, accio4rding to the party’s constitution. “Today’s meeting is...
27Sep 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
The operators also want Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) to disregard tourist data posted by the World Tourism Organization (WTO). Chairperson of Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO), Willy...
27Sep 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) country representative to Tanzania, Zulmira Rodrigues, emphasized this yesterday at the first national consultative meeting...

MRISHO GAMBO

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Arusha District Commissioner Gabriel Daqqaro said yesterday that the funds were to be spent on paying allowances, airtime as well as cover transport expenses for the councillors. “We have decided...

The human error part involves negligence or mere carelessness on the part of motorists and questionable practices when it comes to police enforcement of traffic laws.

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Road Traffic Act was enacted in 1973. At that time, fines were 2,000/- to 3,000/ and this was recently reviewed in 1996 to 20,000/- and later to 30,000/-, the paper notes. The revised penalties...

Delegates of Armenia, Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan attended the 36th Comprehensive Disaster Prevention Drill of Nine Prefectural and City Governments, presided by Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, held in Saitama Municipality on September 1, 2016 as part of Japan’s “Disaster Prevention Day” events.

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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including establishment of a crisis management center, seismic risk assessments, and institutional capacity building to increase the resilience of critical infrastructure against recurring natural...

Phal Vannak, a farmer from Amlaing commune in Cambodia, who has benefitted from the rehabilitation of a water irrigation scheme by FAO.

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
“When there’s drought, it strongly affects crop production,” Vann Khen, 48, a married father of three from Amlaing commune, who farms corn for his family’s consumption, and rice, cattle, pigs,...
27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Rising inflation and the loss of nearly 75% of oil earnings following the north-south split in 2011 have led to a steady decline in Sudan's economic growth. The decline comes on top of an...
27Sep 2016
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
The Small Industries Development Organization (SIDO) Regional Manager for Geita Region, Jalphary Donge told ‘Smart Money’ that they embarked on the programme after discovering that farmers have...
27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Uncontrolled high blood pressure But why is this necessary? Humans need salt to survive as our bodies require sodium to transmit nerve impulses, contract muscle fibres, and control fluid balance...
27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
As people age, the harmful effects of heavy drinking can take a toll on key brain functions, such as memory, attention and learning, a new study shows. Alcohol dependence Researchers led by Adam...

Jamhuri Kihwelu

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Jamhuri Kihwelu-coached side has been performing dismally in their six league encounters to earn only five points, same as Toto African, Ruvu JKT and newly promoted Mbao FC. However, Mwadui...

John Boco

27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
While Bocco is Azam’s talismanic striker whose credentials are well established, Kichuya is rising high after joining premiership stalwarts Simba. Kichuya has been Simba’s most dependable player...
27Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Without a point in six back-to-back matches, the Songea-based side will be looking for their first win of the season at the expense of their visitors. The Songea top flight side has been enduring...

DC- SOPHIA MJEMA

27Sep 2016
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
The project implemented by Cambridge Development Initiative (CDI), a student-led engineering organization based in the UK, is objectively working to provide sanitation solutions to the problem...

Hamad Masauni

27Sep 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian
Speaking at the week’s official launch in Geita region yesterday, deputy home affairs minister Hamad Masauni disclosed that road mishaps in the country have killed at least 11,230 people and injured...
26Sep 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
Director of Programme Implementation and Coordination Directorate, Estherine Lisinge-Fotabong, says Africa’s high economic growth rates have not translated into high levels of employment and...

Dr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki

26Sep 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
The document serves as a vehicle for advancing rural transformation across the content and to accelerate the pace towards the visions of the African Union’s Agenda 2063 – a strategy to optimize use...

Gabriel Mwero

26Sep 2016
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
The auditors now want government institutions and agencies to adopt the independence and objectivity rulebook for internal auditors, known as ISO number 1100, as contained in their Professional...
26Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Losses in some African countries have been staggering. Tanzania, which relies heavily on wildlife tourism, saw a 60 per cent decline in its elephant population. Switzerland-based IUCN is regarded...

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