THE GUARDIAN

25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The bureau’s acting director general, Dr Egid Mubofu told journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the move aims at strengthening the bureau’s services and increase efficiency. “We want to...

Landmark hotel at Ubungo has since converted into a students’ hostel

25Jul 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
A survey by Property Watch has also established that due to shortage of customers, hotels are also lowering their room tariffs to attract customers. JumiaTravel Tanzania, one of Africa’s leading...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Through an upgraded TUKUZA services, Zantel Chief Executive Officer, Benoit Janin said ZECO customers will no longer experience delays because the system can now accommodate more people at a time...
25Jul 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
The inspection unit, which is an arm of the Ministry of Communication, Works and Transport, has capacity to inspect 30 vehicles per day but will be able to triple the number to 100 vehicles...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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In their latest attempt to convince the government of President John Pombe Magufuli who has ruled out any possibility of abolishing value added tax imposed on transit cargo ancillary services, three...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The houses which are located at Shangani in Mtwara municipality will be used by Bank of Tanzania employees according to Prof Ndulu. Speaking during the handing over ceremony, NHC Managing Director...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The liquor brand has dominated the rest in the market as people maintained their strong quest to have an opportunity of winning the million shillings. The brewers dished out the 100m/- sum as...
25Jul 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Kagera Darts Association’s (KDA) chairman, Rafael Ruta, said the region’s darts players are presently battling it out in the regional darts league as part of their preparations for the TADA Cup...

TRA spokesman Richard Kayombo

25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
It’s confirmed: Carrying a loaf of bread without showing the TRA receipt you bought it with could now get you a 30,000/- fine
The TRA confirmed to The Guardian yesterday that it was stepping up its fight against tax cheating in general by enforcing new fines against consumers who neglect to demand and keep their sales tax...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Global wildlife conservationists are demanding that parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild and Fauna Flora (CITES) comply with wildlife laws, according to...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The usually sleepy-looking municipality was almost swamped by an influx of thousands of visitors who turned the place into a beehive of almost non-stop activity and gave a welcome boost to the local...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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The outcome of last month's referendum "adds to the uncertainty" for the global economy, the group of the world's 20 largest economies said. It urged the UK to remain "a close partner of the EU",...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Buruna Marwa Kimune (38) and Daniel Marwa (30) residents of villages of Gokeharaka and Masangura Kurya district in Kenya were killed on Wednesday last week after they were severely beaten by...
25Jul 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
The Guardian
The main opposition in Zanzibar, Civic United Front (CUF), is embroiled in a scuffle with the office of the directorate of public prosecutions (DPP) with claims that its arrested members have been...
25Jul 2016
James Kandoya
The Guardian
In an interview with The Guardian, Principal Legal Officer at traffic headquarters Deus Sokoni said that they are now prepared for full enforcement of traffic laws to nab and punish offenders who...

Any student, with total points ranging from four in two of their study subjects at A-level qualifies for admission into higher leaning institutions.

25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The said public notice informed the General Public and all Prospective applicants for admission into various undergraduate degree programmes that, pursuant to section 5(1)(c)(i) of the...

Juba saw days of running street battles between President Salva Kiir’s government forces and those of the opposition.

25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
On Saturday, a breakaway faction of opposition politicians replaced First Vice President Riek Machar with Taban Deng, a top opposition leader. The group said that because Mr. Machar was not in Juba...
25Jul 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
The scale and pace of China’s successful economic development were not only marvelous but they also provided encouragement and valuable lessons for the developing economies like Tanzania. That was...
25Jul 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Veterans who fought against white minority rule in the former British colony turned on their long-time ally and commander on Thursday, calling him a dictator in a jolting rebuke highlighting...
25Jul 2016
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It has happened many times that teams are denied victories as a result of unfair officiating caused by our referees who deliberately bend football rules. Some referees have been officiating...

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