THE GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY

Mulunesh Ena is part of an existing project supported by ICIPE, working with five other women in her community near Arba Minch to raise silkworms. She then sells the cocoons to a large cooperative in Arba Minch where she earns 70-100 Ethiopian birr per KG (approximately $3-5 US). On the racks in front of her, silkworms are eating castor leaves.

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
According to some scholarly research, beekeeping is an ancient tradition dating back to Ethiopia’s early history – between 3500 and 3000 B.C. Collecting and selling honey and other bee...

kitwanga

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
There are those who claim the Head of State has made a wise decision because the minister showed indiscipline as a public figure and a representative of the government he serves by being drunk while...
22May 2016
Isaac Mwangi
Guardian On Sunday
The new tendency for leaders in the region to employ state thuggery is not limited to Kenya. Ugandans have experienced the same oppression under the rule of President Yoweri Museveni. The Kenyan...

General Davis Mwamunyange

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
The spokesman of the armed forces championships, Major James Macheta, said yesterday that the event would be officiated by the Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Nape Nnauye. He...

fatma mrisho

22May 2016
Bilham Kimati
Guardian On Sunday
They have been bold enough to declare their health status that they have been living with the virus that causes AIDS since their childhood. The strongest message sent by the youth at the...
22May 2016
Mboneko Munyaga
Guardian On Sunday
and guarantee lasting good governance in the continent, which currently tends to rely on individual leadership styles. One friend suggested the primacy of a strong and independent...
22May 2016
Fred Ogot
Guardian On Sunday
Yanga who play away Majimaji in Songea, have already retained the title while Coastal Union who have become the first team to be relegated, host Tanzania Prisons at the Mkwakwani Stadium in...
22May 2016
Lucas Liganga
Guardian On Sunday
Moto taxis in Rwanda’s capital Kigali are the equivalent version of the motorcycle taxi, commonly known as bodaboda in Tanzania. Unlike in the country, however, in Kigali moto taxi riders have...
22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
what’s the word? Oh, and he has Parkinson’s disease.Michael Kinsley is aging so you don’t have to. The editor in him, the one who held the reins at The New Republic, Harper’s and Slate, and...

Andy Murray

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Johanna Konta, Britain's top-ranked female player, will start her campaign against German Julia Goerges. Compatiots Aljaz Bedene and Kyle Edmund will play Gerald Melzer and Nikoloz Basilashvili...

kitwanga

22May 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
Guardian On Sunday
He named the regions as Dodoma, Dar es Salam and Mwanza which he said had registered a big response compared to other regions. However, the former minister fell short of providing actual data on...
22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
but for him it was one hell of a moment that he would live to remember. He had never seen a Masai before. But the incident flashed memories of decades ago when I was the age and size of the boy....
22May 2016
Friday Simbaya
Guardian On Sunday
SAGCOT Centre Ltd Chief Executive Officer Geoffrey Kirenga told a two-day high level Ihemi Cluster Leadership Compact review meeting held in Njombe Region recently. Kirenga said by 2030 SAGCOT...

A solar-powered mower on display with its inventors, Kenyan university engineering students Emma Masibo (left) and Lucy Bwire, with their lecturer Peter Wamalwa. The mower was exhibited during the 5th National Science Week that opened on May 16, 2016 in Nairobi. Young people are using innovation to protect the environment and make life easier.

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
They are both young, aged 23 and 24, respectively.But more than that, they’re both dreamers who have effectively translated their visions into a nature-friendly entrepreneurial mission. This is...

McIlroy's

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Rory McIlroy remains in contention to win a first Irish Open title after a second-round 70 left him a shot behind leaders Danny Willett and Marc Warren. Scotland's Warren fired a 66 at the K...

MAKONDE

22May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday
Mchangani and Mwongozo primary schools teachers in Kinondoni Municipality took a ride from the city outskirt of Banana on a bus with registration number T820 CZC plying the Banana-Rozana route in...

A single room in one of the tented lodges

15May 2016
Correpondent
Guardian On Sunday
The Ngorongoro district council chairman, Mathew Siloma told the Guardian on Sunday at the start of the ultimatum yesterday that his office would be prompted into closing the hotels if they failed to...

President of Tanzania, John Magufuli (r) with his Rwandese counterpart, Paul Kagame

15May 2016
Beatrice Philemon
Guardian On Sunday
A report from Forum manager Hubert Kissasi and made available to the Guardian yesterday indicates that the forum aims to promote trade, investments, and enhance bilateral partnerships between...
15May 2016
Nkwazi Mhango
Guardian On Sunday
Recent damning report by the Comptroller and Audit General (CAG) that our hunk lost around eight trillion shillings, even if it is dafu or call it junk status sort of currency,left me shocked so as...

TIQS president Samuel Marwa (l)

15May 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
Guardian On Sunday
Speaking to journalists in Dar es Salaam about the forthcoming African Quantity Surveyors Conference scheduled for August 18 and 19, this year, TIQS president Samuel Marwa said that the quantity...

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