THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

20Mar 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
Irking them too has been the so called “universal jurisdiction” that a number of western countries have invoked to also try African leaders for gross human rights violations alleged to have been...

President Jacob Zuma

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Parliament was in fact the ideal place for him to disown the actions of the Guptas and declare that nobody had the right to usurp his powers and abuse his name. By not doing so, Zuma has forced...

Yanga scorer Donald Ngoma and coach Hans van der Pluijm celebrate the team’s goal.

20Mar 2016
Guardian On Sunday
The teams met in the Champions League first round, return leg match at the National Stadium. The Jangwani based side eliminated the Rwandese armed forces team on 3-1 aggregate, having won 2-0 in...

William ole Nasha

20Mar 2016
Getrude Mbago
Guardian On Sunday
The Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, William ole Nasha told the dialogue on ‘making markets inclusive for smallholder farmers’ in Dar es Salaam that the government...

Dr Richard Sezibera

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Supporting a motion moved Kenyan member AbuBakr Ogle and seconded by Tanzanian member Abdullah Mwinyi, they said the outgoing secretary general had made a lot of achievements in the programmes and...

Protesters hold banners reading “Truth for Giulio Regeni” in front of Egyptian Embassy in Rome on Feb. 25.

20Mar 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
According to the El Nadeem Center, a Cairo-based human rights group, there were 464 documented cases of abductions by security forces in 2015, at least 676 cases of torture, and almost 500 deaths of...
20Mar 2016
Sanula Athanas
Guardian On Sunday
The Msimbazi Street side now lead with 57 points from 24 games, followed by defending champions Yanga who have 50 points. Third-placed Azam FC also have 50 points but Yanga are better placed on...

ZANZIBAR residents shop at the famous Darajani market yesterday ahead of today's election rerun.

20Mar 2016
David Kisanga
Guardian On Sunday
Some of those interviewed said they would abide by their leaders’ call to boycott the poll rerun, accusing the government of deliberately undermining their democratically made choice in last year...

Leodegar Tenga

20Mar 2016
Felister Peter
Guardian On Sunday
It claimed that often times agro products delay to reach the market place due to lack of approval from the Tanzania Bureau of Statistics (TBS), Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA), Tanzania...
20Mar 2016
Editor
Guardian On Sunday
Peace and stability being enjoyed today obviously did not descend from outer space but rather was nurtured by the founding leaders who decided to put aside individual needs and gave priority to...

azam fc

20Mar 2016
Guardian On Sunday
The team trained by Stewart Hall will need any kind of draw to qualify for the second round of the continental competition. Bidvest Wits succumbed to a 0-3 defeat against Azam in the first-leg...

Richard Kayombo

20Mar 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
Guardian On Sunday
Eight diesel locomotives and dozens of spare parts are up for grabs if Tanzania Railways Limited fails to settle unpaid tax bills within weeks
The government revenue collection agency has put up eight train engines and dozens of spare parts belonging to the state-owned Tanzania Railways Limited (TRL) for auction over unpaid...

Elephants roaming in the Selous Game Reserve

13Mar 2016
Lucas Liganga
Guardian On Sunday
But participants in a recent workshop held in Arusha heard that poaching was not only confined to elephants and rhinos but, on some occasions, also to birds, reptiles, amphibians and tortoises....

The view of Dar es Salaam port

13Mar 2016
Our Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
But the authorities have vehemently played down suspicions that the “poor showing” was in any way related to the anti-corruption drive, saying it was a show of efficiency proving no more...

Jamal Malinzi

13Mar 2016
Somoe Ng'itu
Guardian On Sunday
TFF president Jamal Malinzi made that assertion yesterday when addressing delegates to the body’s annual general meeting in Tanga, noting that electronic ticketing will also be used in international...

Government would focus on boosting the social media.

13Mar 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
Guardian On Sunday
That was condemned by the local human rights activists, the European Union (EU) and the United States of America, saying it infringes media freedom. The new law that became effective in line with...

Hassan al-Tourabi

13Mar 2016
Miki Tasseni
Guardian On Sunday
His National Islamic Front that later became the National Congress moved into high level roles in Sudanese politics without being substantially popular at the grassroots level by adopting methods...

CCM office in Zanzibar on fire burning

13Mar 2016
Our Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
The wave of criminality seems to be escalating as the poll rerun date comes nearer
The criminal acts were committed at different times in North and South Pemba regions in which a health centre was also razed by fire in incidents which are believed to be politically motivated....

Former Minister for Livestock Development and Fisheries, President John Magufuli (3rd r) express to the former PM Mizengo Pinda (black suit) on fishes caught from illegal fishing.

13Mar 2016
Emmanuel Ntabaye
Guardian On Sunday
Indeed, the minister had a very good reason to worry about the way the nation’s marine resources were being looted by foreigners. According to European Union (EU) sources, Tanzania was reported...

Jessie Mgeni Chiume

13Mar 2016
Correspondent Timothy Kahoho
Guardian On Sunday
Jessie’s death is said to have occurred on February 24, 2016 at Mount Vernon in New York City, USA, but her unexpected demise shocked many mourners during a memorial service at the Lutheran Cathedral...

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