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The French Ambassador to Tanzania, Frédéric Clavier, addresses guests at a France-Tanzania alumni reception held at his residence in Dar es Salaam on Thursday. Left is an official with the alumni’s network, Prof Israel Monday. Photo: Guardian Correspondent

22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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The French government plans to attract more foreign students in their universities whereas the target is to welcome half a million foreign students by 2027. Currently, there are 320,000 foreign...
22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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He urged SADC member countries to scale up interventions in favour of the African child and youth.The global theme for this year’s commemoration was “Humanitarian Action in Africa:...
22Jun 2019
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Over the past 10 years, at the North Mara goldmine – which is operated by London-listed Acacia Mining – there have been more than a dozen killings of intruding locals by security...

TFDA acting director general, Adam Fimbo

22Jun 2019
Devota Mwachang'a
The Guardian
World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that approximately 600 million people worldwide, as well as 1 out of 10 people suffer every year from eating unsafe food. Of the number, 420,000 people...
22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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Speaking during the handover event held on Thursday in Dar es Salaam, Songas Managing Director, Nigel Whittaker said the move is geared to maintain the country’s rich biodiversity and promote...
22Jun 2019
Felix Andrew
The Guardian
Speaking to reporters yesterday in Dar es Salaam the Director General of Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) Dr Yusuf Ngenya, mentioned the requirements as gram per square meter (GSM70).He said the...

Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) executive director James Kilaba.

22Jun 2019
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) executive director James Kilaba issued this proposal yesterday after TCRA board members toured the just completed terminal set to be operational in...

Christian Ugbechi.

22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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Judge Sirrilius Matupa said the prosecution proved beyond reasonable doubt that Christian Ugbechi had carried 56 pellets of heroin weighing 947.57 grams when he was intercepted by police officers...
22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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The Arab Parliament, an organ of the Arab League, issued a statement quoted by a section of the Kenyan media which claimed that Kenya was drawing up an illegal map that includes taking away Somali...

Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu.

22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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Announcing the plan to tackle the disease, the Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children Ummy Mwalimu told the National Assembly that the government through Medical...

Simba SC member of board of directors, Salim Abdallah.

22Jun 2019
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Simba yesterday posted the pictures of the Sudanese player and later released information that they have signed the player on a one-year deal.The Msimbazi Street based side described the player as...

TAIFA Stars’ right fullback, Hassan Kessy.

22Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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 In a statement released by Tanzania Football Federation (TFF), the continental governing body has allowed Kessy to take part in the match after the body had concluded the suspension he had in...
22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian
Evidence shows that girls and women play a significant role in boosting economic growth, reducing inequality, and strengthening financial resilience for families and their communities. For example,...
22Jun 2019
Miki Tasseni
The Guardian
Shipping agents, via the Tanzania Shipping Agents Association (TASAA) has lately issued an appeal asking the government to reverse that decision. It says among other things that the government stands...

Cecilia, 43, and her grandchildren are pictured amongst drowned maize in the village of Malambwe, southern Malawi, on April 3, 2019. Cecilia farmed 1½ acres, but two thirds of her farmland was flooded, due to Cyclone Idai. Vegetables were washed away, interplanted between maize, which drowned. Cecilia’s house, where she lives with her six children and two grand-children, collapsed with flooding caused by Cyclone Idai. File photo

22Jun 2019
Correpondent
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are ‘a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and...

While there were just 10 megacities worldwide in 1990, this number has tripled to 33, with populations of more than 10 million people. The number of megacities is expected to rise to 43 by 2030, mostly in developing countries. Credit: Desmond Brown/IPS

22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian
China, India and Nigeria are set to drive a surge in urbanisation, with the percentage of the global population living in urban areas increasing from around 55 percent currently, to 68 percent in the...

THE Chief Executive Officer for the Moshi based Kilimanjaro Search and Rescue (Kili-Sar)Ivan Braun.

22Jun 2019
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
The awards are aimed at recognising individuals and organisations that have done extraordinary things in various sectors by a global re-known award entry World CSR Day.During the ceremony, one of...
22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian
Coming up against a side making their first appearance, Nigeria are seen as favorites heading into the tie and will be under pressure to deliver against a quick and high pressing Burundian side in...
21Jun 2019
The Guardian Reporter
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..reinforce bilateral relations in the tourism and hospitality sectors
In its statement to the media yesterday, the Embassy said it has brought into the country a Spanish chef, Ms Ainhoa Olano, for imparting skills to Tanzanian chefs.It is also expected that this...

Julieth (Right) welcomes Sense International staff (middle) while her Grandmother (left) is watching

21Jun 2019
James Kandoya
The Guardian
During her childhood, Julieth suffered from measles, which led to total blindness and hearing impairment on both ears. Julieth’s grandmother used to tie her around a tree whilst she carried out...

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