THE GUARDIAN

26May 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
In the appeal, the DPP is challenging the decision by the High Court to strike out their appeal opposing the decision by the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court to drop money laundering count...

jaffo

26May 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
The Water Utilities Performance Review Report 2014/2015 shows that over the past three years overall hours of service remained between eight and nine per day, much lower than the service level...
26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
According to a statement issued by Nestlé, NEI and Agro-Hub from South West Cameroon are the two finalists selected from a group of 450 applicants by the Nestlé CSV Council, along with nine...
26May 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
According to officials of prominent local banks like NMB, CRDB and Standard Chartered, the chip and pin technology helps to increase security and minimize incidences of fraud. It was reported...

Mohamed Dewji

26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
According to Face2Face Africa, a bi-annual publication, the continent has about 24 billionaires in total but only five of them, including Dewji (pictured), are making the biggest contribution to job...

MULUGO

26May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
Mulugo, who was contributing to the budget estimates for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, called for the number of crocodiles officially harvested each year to be raised so as to keep...
26May 2016
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
The much awaited match saw the ice-cream makers trail barely nine minutes after the kickoff as Yanga’s talismanic striker Amisi Tambwe stamped his authority to beat goalkeeper Aishi Manula. Azam...
26May 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
The firm’s assistant brand manager for sprite beverage Mariam Sezinga said the development follows the partnership with Secondary Schools Sports Association (UMISSETA). She said the gears are...
26May 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
It turned out to be the third consecutive loss for Tanzania, who went down to Nigeria and Guernsey in the first two opening matches. The hosts won the toss, elected to bat and went on to score 273...

Joyce Ndalichako

26May 2016
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
According to the education minister, many students have been found to lack even the basic academic qualifications to be enrolled in simple certificate programmes
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training said in a statement yesterday that President John Magufuli has sacked the chairman of the state-run Tanzania Commission for...

We all are aware of how busy students could be and in fact besides being busy there is another thing called laziness especially for the ladies.

26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
THERE is a saying or let's call it a cliché' that has become a common statement for quite some time now. It is absurd and none the less indecent vocabulary. However, as the wise men say, where...

MBEKI

26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
According to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), this firm has, in all that time and possibly longer, helped establish secret shell companies and offshore accounts...

The urban poor have much better access to water and electricity. A major contributor to these differences is the economy of scale.

26May 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian
and surveys conducted around the world reveal that the vast majority of migrants are satisfied with their decision. For example, in Tanzania, even though migrants have a low level of education,...

Despite air pollution causing seven million premature deaths per year, data (collection and dissemination) particularly for cities in Africa, remains very poor.

26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
A motorcycle zoomed past me leaving a large cloud of fine brown dust and smoke in its wake, hardly had that cloud of pollution died off than a vehicle came zooming from the opposite direction raising...
26May 2016
Victor Karega
The Guardian
• Although several initiatives have been launched to improve the business environment, including the business environment strengthening in Tanzania (BEST) and the Big Results Now (BRN) initiative and business environment lab, their impact has been limite
According to Bank’s latest 8th Tanzania Economic Update, titled; “The Road Less Travelled: Unleashing Public Private Partnerships in Tanzania, the private sector growth is constrained by weak market...

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Prof Adolf Mkenda.

26May 2016
Victor Karega
The Guardian
• Tembo Card TRA is part of the bank’s support to the government’s drive to pull more people into the formal economy and increase boost public revenue, while stemming revenue losses
Tembo Card TRA is part of the bank’s support to the government’s drive to pull more people into the formal economy and increase boost public revenue, while stemming revenue losses. “This special...
26May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
TDB acting registrar Nelson Kilongozi, said removal of the tariff barriers would expand Tanzania’s dairy products market in the other EAC members of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan...

James Mbatia

25May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
Winding up his budget estimates for 2016/2017 here on Tuesday, Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development William Lukuvi said the government has set aside 5bn/- in the next...

MAALIM SEIF SHARIFF

25May 2016
David Kisanga
The Guardian
Briefing newsmen on the security situation in Zanzibar, Acting Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Salum Msangi said arrest of the suspects came about after a thorough investigation was...

LUKUVI

25May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
The announcement was made yesterday in the National Assembly by Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Minister William Lukuvi when winding up his ministry’s budget estimates. Further, for...

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