THE GUARDIAN

Harry Kitilya (2rd r), Sioi Solomon (3rd r) and Shose Sinare (2rd l) escorted to remand as they leave Kisutu Resident Magistrate Court recently.

04May 2016
The Guardian
The accused were facing eight counts before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court dropped the eighth count involving money laundering leaving the accused facing only seven counts. The case...

Mohamed Rishard Adolf

04May 2016
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
Ever since the team gained promotion into the top flight berth over a decade ago, the Bukoba-based side has been consistent and never stumbled to this catastrophically scale of earning an undesirable...

Kalage Suba (l) facing Alan Kamote at the Universal Boxing Organisation (UBO) game.

04May 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
The Pugilist Syndicate of Tanzania (PST)-sanctioned bout, held at Sky Point venue, was coordinated by a Dar es Salaam boxing enthusiast, Swai Mbegoni, in a bid to promote the sport in the city....

Coach Jackson Mayanja

04May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The Ugandan coach opts for retention of the players with slight changes so as to maintain the team’s cohesion even if it misses out the lucrative silverware. Regardless of where Simba will finish...

Mussa Hassan Mgosi...has seen better days

04May 2016
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
Unless football miracle happens, Simba have daunting task to finish the season with a premiership silverware. There will be many changes that have to be made. Certain players will have to be...
04May 2016
Editor
The Guardian
The reason their hair stands at the mention of media is the fact that journalists wield the power to hang out their dirty linen for the whole world to see, and let’s be honest, who wants that?...

Media freedom in Africa

04May 2016
Zubair Sayed
The Guardian
It would be hard to operate in a world like that: to make decisions about what to do about the things that affect our lives. Think for a minute too about what it would mean for those in power; they...

President John Magufuli

04May 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
The revelation was made by CCM spokesperson Christopher Ole Sendeka when fielding questions from journalists during a press conference at the party headquarters here. He said both the outgoing...

India Howell kisses a kid in Karatu recently.

04May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The woman, India Howell, recently became the subject of a popular US television news programme, 60 Minutes, which documented her work in Tanzania. Howell has run the Rift Valley Children’s Village...

Parliament in Dodoma

04May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
“The government is now looking for contractors for the construction project, the pipeline will start from Lake Victoria in Mwanza Region and run down to Tabora, Igunga, Nzega and Sikonge,” the Deputy...

Deputy Minister, Selemani Jaffo

04May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
Speaking in parliament yesterday in the capital, Deputy Minister in President’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Government) Selemani Jaffo said the challenges start at the local government...
03May 2016
Ambassador Juma v Mwapachu
The Guardian
What is probably of greater priority today is to re-define and shape anew the role of the Tanzanian state in a brave new world where the role of the state as entrepreneur and as a driver of innovation is given pre-eminence
In last week’s article, we ended by observing that alchemists are individuals who ‘sow the seeds of the future’ for societies and that such individuals when faced with difficult economic...

Farmers harvesting coffee

03May 2016
Angel Navuri
The Guardian
“If we have to successfully move from Maputo to Malabo1, we need to focus on developing appropriate financing mechanisms to support industrialisation-led agriculture for the transformation of...

The Managing Director of Vodacom Tanzania Limited (VTL), Ian Ferrao

03May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Vodacom Tanzania said it has so far invested over 2 trillion/- since it began its operations in Tanzania over 15 years ago. Like in other African countries, mobile phone use has surged in Tanzania...

The Former President Jakaya Kikwete

03May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The government is said to have forfeited nearly 8 trillion/- in ‘over-generous’ tax exemptions since 2010. The question is, how beneficial have these tax waivers been for the country and its people as a whole?
According to latest records, tax exemptions rose consistently in the last five years of former president Jakaya Kikwete's government, despite a stated target to lower them to 1 per cent or below of...

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

03May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
In a period of ten years, the country lost a forest area equivalent to the size of Rwanda. Environment destruction has increased annually due to a rising demand for charcoal and firewood as energy...

Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Hamad Masauni

03May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
According to Suleimani, the anti-riot police gear was aimed at weakening opposition political parties.He said law enforcers had failed to reduce and stop crime incidents due to shortageof various...

Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment Charles Mwijage

03May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment Charles Mwijage said at the weekend here that when completed, the integrated township project would generate 100,000 employment opportunities for the youth...

Kitulo National Park.

03May 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Chief park warden, Pius Mzimbe, said high demand for orchid tubers in neighbouring Zambia has been fuelling illegal harvesting of the plant inside the park, which is known as the Serengeti of Flowers...

Youth need to be empowered

03May 2016
Ndeninsia Lisley
The Guardian
Most of the beneficiaries came from Buguruni, Vingunguti and Sandali wards in the metropolitan city of Dar es Salaam. YEE project is being implemented by Plan International and funded by the...

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