THE GUARDIAN

11Jun 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian
State Minister in the Second Vice-President’s Office Mohammed Aboud Mohammed told the House of Representatives yesterday when summing up debate on his ministry’s budget estimates. He said the...

The Gries Lake at Nufenen Pass, Switzerland

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
One such project is the Inga III dam, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The dam is a part of the larger Inga project, which when completed will be the biggest dam project in the world,...

Angolan president, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, and his daughter Isabel dos Santos (R) during the inauguration of the new Marginal of the Luanda Bay in Luanda, Angola, 28 August 2012.

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Isabel dos Santos is Africa’s richest woman. She’s also the daughter of the Angolan president. Those two facts are intimately related to each other, which makes her appointment to one of the most influential jobs in the country – as head of state-run oil
She is, after all, Africa’s richest woman. From humble beginnings, as the owner of Luanda’s Miami Beach restaurant (“Good food, the service was slow,” according to a recent TripAdvisor review), she...

The refugee camps of Kakuma and Dadaab are not the sort of place a randy Nairobi goat can thrive because sex partners are as scarce as rain

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
We had landed minutes earlier, after flying across hundreds of miles and miles of bloody Africa – a swath of unending empty space without anything remotely capable of fornicating. But I...

Muhammadu Buhari

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
President Muhammadu Buhari was elected last year promising to root out corruption, defeat Boko Haram and turn around Nigeria’s sluggish economy. But one year on from his inauguration, Nigerian commentators aren’t so sure that “Baba Slow” can deliver.
Buhari had done something no other Nigerian politician had ever been able to do: he had defeated the ruling party in a free and fair election, uniting many of the country’s many disparate opposition...

Strikers Amisi Tambwe (down) and Deus Kaseke fight for the ball as Yanga trained at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

11Jun 2016
Fred Ogot
The Guardian
The club is expected to hold its election at the Diamond Jubilee hall in Dar es Salaam today to usher in a new leadership team that will serve for four years. DRFA chairman Almas Kasongo said...

Hassan Kessy trains in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
a team he featured for two seasons after having previously turned out for Mtibwa Sugar. The player who has trained with the rest of Yanga players for three days, said he believes his performance...

Dr Tulia Ackson

11Jun 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
They said the opposition MPs were exercising their rights and that the impasse wouldn’t end through allowances denial. Senior Advocate Barnabas Luguwa said greed for money would never push...

Nehemiah Mchechu

11Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
“We will not halt our major and minor projects to oversee low-income housing initiatives because we have a five-year strategic plan for our projects execution,” NHC Chief Executive Officer Nehemiah...
11Jun 2016
Finnigan wa Simbeye
The Guardian
It was the Parliamentary Budget Committee which opened a campaign against the government decision to tax MPs’ gratuity yesterday in Dodoma, on the grounds that doing so was tantamount to double...
10Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Speaking in an interview with ‘The Guardian’ on Wednesday after the alumni met, the acting Alumni chairperson and former Students' Organisation president, Manhe Jonathan said: “We read the...
10Jun 2016
The Guardian
This was revealed yesterday by the firm’s General Manager (Tanzania and Zambia), Christopher Maitre while handing over a classroom, 80 desks and other basic school needs to Ruvula village to...

Diamond Trust Bank chief executive officer Nasim Devji (left) and chairman Abdul Samji

10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Officiating the event, Ilala District Commissioner, Raymond Mushi, congratulated the bank for consistently opening at least two branches every year since 2008. The bank which just in 2007 had four...

DR MPANGO

10Jun 2016
Dickson Ng`hily
The Guardian
Speaking at the Ernest and Young (EY) Budget Breakfast, an event held in Dar es Salaam yesterday, the firm’s Managing Director Joseph Sheffu said: “If we are to do some calculations on the national...
10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
In the campaign, people in the area have formed a community donkey security network—a platform for local communities to exchange notes on the security of the working animals in their localities. “...
10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
In his reflection when presenting budget estimates for 2016/17 in Dodoma on Wednesday, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Phillip Mpango said the government was proud of, among other things, financing...

OBAMA

10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Gateses aim to eradicate malaria by 2040 by doubling funding over the next decade to support the roll out of new products to tackle rising drug resistance to the disease. Their goal of...

vicent mbilinyi

10Jun 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Mbilinyi’s coach, Rajab Mhamila, said Mbilinyi has received offer to participate in bouts in both Bagamoyo and Kibaha but noted the boxer’s participation will depend on size of the purse that will be...

anna kibira

10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
She said her association is not ready for the event, while declining to give reasons for the abrupt pullout. The Africa Youth Championship is important as it wills helps to nurture young players...

samatta

10Jun 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The skipper, who missed a penalty when playing against visiting Egypt national soccer team at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam last weekend, says the formality game is worthless. “We will...

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