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405,000 women induced abortions in Tanzania in 2013.

28Apr 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian
Unlike most well-heeled women who choose to have smaller families, Vailet would have wanted to have more than one child, but circumstances have not allowed her to do so. The story behind all this...

Some of the girls ended up taking huge risks like abortion using very unsafe procedures. Some got away with it. But those who were not so lucky lost their lives in the process or found themselves in serious medical complications which left them with permanent scars.

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
I have seen girls becoming pregnant – some of them students - and complained about the situation, as if there was nothing they could do to avoid it. “Some of the girls ended up taking huge risks...
28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Under the Revised Penal Code of Tanzania (chapter 16, sections 150-152) the performance of abortions is generally prohibited. Any person who, with intent to procure the miscarriage of a woman,...

The executive director of Tanzania Private Sector Foundation, Godfrey Simbeye (left), speaks at the AmCham-Tanzania breakfast meeting, which brainstormed on the current business climate in the current. Right is PwC Partner Rishit Shah, who was one of the three resource persons. The other was the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Adelhelm Meru, who said the government was determined to address issues affecting Tanzania’s competitiveness.

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
• Declining donor support and a stagnant tax base, suggests the new administration will significantly increase taxes in the forthcoming budget
The alarm bells were rung on Thursday in Dar es Salaam last week at the American Chamber of Commerce-Tanzania (AmCham-Tanzania) breakfast meeting that brainstormed on the current business climate...

Ineke Bussemaker

28Apr 2016
Victor Karega
The Guardian
It is important that Tanzania sustains its productivity drive and encourage innovation to continue to sustain the local market as well as enhance international competitiveness, NMB Managing Director...

The chair of AmCham-Tanzania policy committee, Teweli Teweli (right), who is also the Public & Government Affairs expert for ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Tanzania Limited, shares a light moment with Thomas Bisonga, Head of Corporate and Investment Banking for Stanbic Bank Tanzania, before the start of AmCham breakfast meeting on Thursday last week in Dar es Salaam.

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Some quarters say that the situation has created a short term sense of policy uncertainty in the market. Some members of the American Chamber of Commerce – Tanzania (AmCham-Tanzania) said last week...

wheat

28Apr 2016
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
At the moment Bakhresa Group of Companies is looking for about 2000 metric tonnes of wheat from Young Masitus Enterprises Limited to meet the company’s demand. This was revealed on April 15 this...
28Apr 2016
Editor
The Guardian
This is music to real estate agents and to the construction sector stakeholders in general. Dar es Salaam takes the lead in this demand and with a population close to 5 million, this...

kagera sugar

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Coached by Mohamed Rishard, a former Pan African and national team player, Kagera Sugar has opened a slim two point gap over highly vulnerable relegation-haunted candidate Mgambo Shooting which was...

Women cricketers in action during an ICC event staged in Dar es Salaam in the past.

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The Tanzanian ladies went in to bat first and set a soft target of 70 runs for seven wickets with opener, Fatuma Omary, playing a vital role in the acquisition of the total, nailing 31 runs (...

mavunde

28Apr 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
Briefing parliament on one such programme, deputy minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office, Anthony Mavunde yesterday said the Youth Development Fund focuses on preparing beneficiaries on prudent...

unicef

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Cecilia Baldeh, UNICEF-Tanzania Chief of Education made the remarks in Dar es Salaam when speaking at the official launch of the ‘Fursa Kwa Watoto’ (opportunities for children) program, which is...

BASHE

28Apr 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
Hussein Bashe (Nzega – CCM) on Monday asked for the Speaker’s guidance with regard to a decision by opposition MPs to remain silent in the House while continuing to receive monthly salaries and...

mwigulu nchemba

28Apr 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
The minister for Agriculture, Livestock Development and Fisheries, Mwigulu Nchemba, yesterday informed Parliament that government officials who were driven by greed for personal gain and who had...

dk mwakyembe

28Apr 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
The minister for Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe, informed Parliament in Dodoma yesterday that between 2010 and 2016, a total of 13,707 such cases were presented to the...
28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
UGANDA has clarified that the cost of building a much-publicised crude oil pipeline through Tanzania to Tanga port will be $3.55 billion, about $450 million cheaper than the previously-stated project...
28Apr 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Njau said the tournament has been postponed due to heavy torrential rains pounding Dar es Salaam. This is the second time in a space of two weeks that the junior tournament has suffered...

jamal malinzi

28Apr 2016
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Tanzania has only 24 qualified youth football coaches, the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) disclosed recently. The soccer federation president Jamal Malinzi said there is more to be done...

mbeya city

28Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Phiri said he is unfazed by position of his team on the standings table as he is sure to earn more points in the remaining fixtures. Mbeya City are tenth-placed on the log and Phiri said the...
28Apr 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
…As DPP objects to court dropping money-laundering charge against him and two others
The removal of the money-laundering charge would have effectively allowed the accused trio, including ex-Stanbic Bank employees Shose Sinare and Sioi Solomoni, to apply for and be granted bail after...

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