THE GUARDIAN

Bakari Shime

28Jun 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Shime said he has been delighted by his team’s ability to score goals and avoid conceding any. He also congratulates fans for zealously supported the team. “My players have done a good job, they...

Joseph Kimwaga

28Jun 2016
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
The ice-cream makers are taking the lead among the Mainland premiership fleet in terms of trying to build up an own-bred players to cater for their senior line-up. However, the paradox lies on the...

TP Mazembe

28Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The jerseys in black and white colours are scattered all over Msimbazi Street in the city as fans flock to purchase at a incredibly affordable price. It is not exactly known whether TP Mazembe...

Dk Ali Mohamed Shein, president of Zanzibar

28Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Dr Shein acknowledged the various support and assistance that Korea has been extending to Zanzibar through its Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA). He said the support played a big role...

Herd of wildebeest in front of a huge flock of flamingos on a lake in Ngorongoro Crater

28Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
In a statement which was made available here, NCAA said that the new tariffs are as follows, single entry for Tanzanian citizens will be 10,000/- per adult and 2,000/- per child and this applies to...

Rwanda Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Claver Gatete

28Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Last year, the Chinese government announced that it will roll out 10 plans that will strengthen cooperation with Africa within the next three years. The programmes cover the areas of agriculture...
28Jun 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
Separate unrelated petition also challenges ban on live TV coverage of parliamentary debates
The petition submitted by CHADEMA’s board of trustees and current secretary general Dr Vincent Mashinji is requesting the court to revoke the police ban on grounds that it is against democratic...

Judge Abdulqawi Yusuf

27Jun 2016
Daniel Semberya
The Guardian
Many African countries achieved their independence about 50 years ago on average, but are still far from adopting many of the international laws and legal regulations. STAFF WRITER DANIEL...

Roberto Jarrin

27Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The programme has started to show positive results as the farmers can now yield more as opposed to time before its inception. The positive results by the program were announced by TBL Group...

Tree of Hope Director, Fortunata Manyiresa, addressing one of the youth meeting.

27Jun 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
Presenting a paper on assessment of reproductive health and maternal mortality at workshop held in the Tanzania’s northeastern city of Tanga over the weekend, Dr William Mwenge said that most of the...

Sima Bateyunga, TAWLA

27Jun 2016
Kenneth Simbaya
The Guardian
Members of the coalition to address maternal mortality due to unsafe abortion and its complications (CAMMAC) made the call in Dar es Salaam over the weekend. The meeting was aimed at...
27Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
They warned that the trend is expected to decline over the coming years; the situation that is to affect all EAC countries to a significant extent; This is part of their recommendations they made...

Anne Makinda

27Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Anne Makinda said women in various companies and institutions directorship positions have a role to play to encourage other fellow women to strive for higher...
27Jun 2016
Editor
The Guardian
Yanga are the only one surviving in the continental championship’s second rated club tournament after three others were bundled out in early stages. Keeping aside our domestic football popularity...
27Jun 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Tanzania cannot escape from the fact that the world is becoming an increasingly digital world, where only those who will participate early in this development will benefit early. It is no longer the...

Elderly persons in most parts of our country reside more in rural communities, particularly those who have retired from their place of work. FILE PHOTO.

27Jun 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian
Aging in Tanzania is occurring against the background of socio-economic hardship, wide spread poverty, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, and the rapid transformation of the traditional extended family structure...

Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office, Regional Administration and Local government (PO-RALG), Eng. Musa Iyombe addresses participants before he officially launched the programme.

27Jun 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
The Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office, Regional Administration and local government (PO-RALG), Eng. Musa Iyombe issued the warning at the launching of decentralised climate change...

CBA Bank Tanzania acting CE, Gift Shoko (R) speaking with Chairperson of Good Hope Star Foundation Al Shaymaa John Kegyir (1st L) shortly before breaking the fast at an Iftar over the Weekend

27Jun 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Speaking in Dar es Salaam after hosting an iftar banquette dinner for the bank’s clients, acting Chief Executing Officer, Gift Shoko said there are many Tanzanians who need Islamic banking services...
27Jun 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
“We don’t have enough maize in Kenya,” CMA Chairman Nick Hutchinson told reporters in the capital, Nairobi, using another term for corn. The association has about 500,000 90-kilogram (198-pound)...
27Jun 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
“We don’t have enough maize in Kenya,” CMA Chairman Nick Hutchinson told reporters in the capital, Nairobi, using another term for corn. The association has about 500,000 90-...

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