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A section of Dar es Salaam’s Chato Road damaged and closed to traffic after the main water pipeline burst underground in the posh Regent Estate area yesterday. Photo: John Badi

18Apr 2018
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
There’s a consensus among experts that failure to protect natural waterways and enforce urban planning rules are the root causes of the latest mayhem
Land planning experts, including a former cabinet minister responsible for matters like urban development, have reiterated the need for immediate strategic, government-led interventions towards this...
17Apr 2018
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
Speaking here at the weekend during the merger of the two tourism fairs, Kilifair managing director Dominick Shoo said the expo slated for June 1 to June 3 in Moshi, Kilimanjaro Region, will bring...
17Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
The move follows an increased number of cervical cancer patients in the region whereby 126 women were diagnosed with the disease in 2017.Speaking during a training seminar to journalists, Dr Eveline...
17Apr 2018
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
The activity is part Oikos programme through the TERRA project, which aims to increase communities’ resilience to climate change in      northern Tanzania, funded by...
17Apr 2018
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
To put this in place the Germany delegation which involved business people, government officials and members from the Germany Federal of Parliament   visited the Tanzania Investment Centre...
17Apr 2018
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
This was said in parliament yesterday by the deputy minister of state in the President's Office (Regional Authorities and Local Government), Joseph Kakunda.Kakunda told the House that the bigger...

Council for East and Central Africa Football associations’ Secretary General, Nicholas Musonye.

17Apr 2018
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
The Zanzibar team had lined up to play their Sudan counterparts before it was discovered the former had players who were born before January 1, 2002 contrary to CECAFA rules that allowed players born...

Simon Msuva

17Apr 2018
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
Striker Simon Msuva scored a brace to rescue his club, Difaa el Jadida, from the jaws of defeat in a 3-3 stalemate against OCK Khourigba in Moroccan Botola Pro League match played on Sunday.Msuva...

Tanzania Olympic Committee secretary general Filbert Bayi speaks to journalists at Julius Kambarage Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam yesterday upon his return from Australia, where he received a distinguished service award bestowed on him by the Federation of the Commonwealth Games. Bayi set the world records for 1,500 metres in 1974 and the mile in 1975. He is still the 1,500 metres Commonwealth Games record holder. He was born in Arusha on June 23, 1953, and possibly his greatest moment was the 1,500 metres final at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in Christchurch, New Zealand, when he won the gold medal ahead of New Zealander John Walker and Kenyan Ben Jipcho. PHOTO: CORRESPONDENT SABATO KASIKA

17Apr 2018
Sabato Kasika
The Guardian
Ndikilo disclosed he has seen a section of people put their weight behind soccer and insisted it is time sports stakeholders invested in athletics with a view to promoting talents which will help the...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
• According to it, periodic export bans discourage traders from seeking large export contracts and encourage bribery and illegal trade at border posts or on bush ‘panya’ routes located along the highly permeable borders
In a new Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report, USDA Foreign Agricultural Services faults the government’s periodic export bans, which it says encourage bribery and fuel illegal...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
The figures, which were released last month, show that 74 per cent of firms pay higher rates to their male staff than to their female staff, and some of the United Kingdom’s most respected and...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
• A Siemens’s senior official revealed the investment plan mid last month during a strategic partnership meeting the Executive Director of Tanzania Investment Centre in Dar es Salaam
The South Africa based did not make known the value of the investment but said it was prepared for the grand capital project, which will be a huge boost to the fifth government’s endeavour to...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
The Africa Mini-grid Developers Association (AMDA) currently has chapters in Kenya and Tanzania, and 11 members, including start-ups and utilities, and aims to become a pan-African platform.It is...

Chris Hani

17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
Among the graves at the South Park Cemetery in Boksburg, and next to Chris Hani’s special commemorative monument in the Thomas Nkobi Memorial Park, two bigger marquees accommodated a couple of...

Learning skills is crucial to economic development. PHOTO/WEB

17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
This is, in general, a valuable approach because it takes into account that the aspirations of people may be different in different countries and regions.We would nonetheless, in this context, like...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
But six months after this major shift in strategy in dealing with President Omar al-Bashir, aid workers and rights advocates doubt the bureaucratic changes they’ve seen in Khartoum will...
17Apr 2018
Editor
The Guardian
for example sustainable tourism in 2017.The International Day for Monuments and Sites was proposed by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) on 18 April 1982 and approved by the...
17Apr 2018
Editor
The Guardian
It recognizes that "the Earth and its ecosystems are our home" and that "it is necessary to promote harmony with nature and the Earth." The term Mother Earth is used because it...
17Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian
On April 1 - a day before the TANESCO shift to GePG - the two private service providers supporting LUKU token facilitation in the country, MaxMalipo and Selcom, informed sales agents that their...

VICE President Samia Suluhu Hassan

17Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
According to the British High Commissioner to Tanzania, Sarah Cooke, the meeting will bring together 53 heads of government and representatives from commonwealth countries' to discuss key issues...

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