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Prof. Justin Ntalikwa

12Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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• As Kenyans refuse to sign joint document
According to a statement released yesterday by the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, the endorsement was made at a meeting in the Ugandan capital Kampala last Saturday attended by representatives...
12Apr 2016
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Explains why he had to sack Shinyanga regional commissioner Anne Kilango Malecela over her 'failure' to curb public payroll fraud in her area of responsibility
PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday exposed the presence of 'ghost workers' in his own office, saying an ongoing nationwide search for fake civil servants has revealed that the problem of payroll fraud...

Among the various key factors that can contribute to state failure are poverty, corruption, ineffective governance, crime, violence, forced displacement and sectarian and ethnic conflict.

12Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Regardless of whether they are called fragile, failed, or failing states, scores of countries around the globe are plagued by overwhelming problems with few solutions in sight. Moreover, the...

While most of Tanzania is being pounded by heavy rains wrought by the ongoing El Nino, other parts of Africa are experiencing severe drought with Ethiopia facing the worst drought in the past 30 years.

12Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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‘Little Boy’ (El Niño) is a band of warm ocean water that develops in the central and east-central equatorial Pacific including the coasts of South America.
In other words, the current El Niño, which in 2015 and 2016 has been among the strongest on record, affects the climate worldwide, unleashing more floods in some areas and longer periods of droughts...

OMBENI SEFUE

12Apr 2016
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However, I do know for certain that he played his role well in his own league when it came to relations with the media. So, before someone cries out ‘Songa amsafisha Sefue’ (Songa cleanses...

Many children do not receive proper nutrition, pregnant women also do suffer from severe malnutrition during the 1,000 days from conception to delivery.

12Apr 2016
The Guardian Reporter
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Machel was in the country for a presentation at the 4th annual general meeting Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania (PANITA). PANITA is the official civil society wing for Scaling up Nutrition (...

Masai herdsmen grazing their cattle near the Serengeti

12Apr 2016
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The order was given by the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Prof Jumanne Maghembe during his recent tour of Bukombe District in Geita Region. The minister also ordered citizens with...

Dar es Salaam residents collecting unsafe water

12Apr 2016
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Minister of Water and Irrigation, Eng Gerson Lwenge issued the warning in Dar es Salaam recently when speaking at the official launch of National Water Board consisting of 13 members from various...

A milk processing plant in Tanga. Manufacturers are among the top beneficiaries of banks lending in the country.

12Apr 2016
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• The overall lending rate declined to 16.28 per cent in January 2016 from 16.39 per cent in December 2015, but the rate was higher than 15.69 per cent in January 2015
The loans extended by banks during the year ending last January amounted to 3.7trn/- most of which went to traders, individual borrowers and manufacturers. According to Bank of Tanzania (BoT)...

A section of members of parliament (from L), Suzan Lyimo (CHADEMA), Dr. Jasmine Tiisekwa Bunga (CCM), Magdalena Sayaka (CUF) and Zainabu Vullu (CCM), during the programme orientation workshop on sexual reproductive health and rights, HIV and Good Governance.

12Apr 2016
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Speaking last week at the Social Security Regulatory Authority (SSRA) offices in Dar es Salaam, he said it was so sad to hear that only two per cent of the active population has joined the sector...

In Tanzania, food stock held by the National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) decreased to 125,668 tonnes at the end of January 2016, from 180,746 tonnes registered at the end of December 2015.

12Apr 2016
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"Large inventory levels and relatively sluggish global demand mean that market conditions for staple food grains appear stable for at least another season," said Farhan Haq, the deputy UN spokesman,...
12Apr 2016
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Adam Camenzuli (pictured) of Ontario is the executive director of the supplier of the technology, Karibu Solar Power. He said the company concluded people wanted better access to power for their...

Clashes between farmers and pastoralists over land and water are an ongoing problem in Tanzania.

12Apr 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian
The comments were shared in Dar es Salaam over the weekend by panelists from the three countries during a presentation on Natural Resources and Land Management at a workshop convened by Search for...

Uganda pipeline

12Apr 2016
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Kenyans refuse to sign joint document
According to a statement released yesterday by the ministry of energy and minerals, the meeting held on Saturday in Kampala, Uganda, was attended by teams of expert from Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya,...

Permanent secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Servacius Likwelile (r) with representatives of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

12Apr 2016
Devota Mwachang'a
The Guardian
The loan, which is co-financed by Japan and the World Bank, will cover various local development policy reforms and eliminate existing critical business constraints, specifically in key job-creating...

Azam coach Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza

12Apr 2016
Japheth Kazenga
The Guardian
Speedy wingers, Ramadhan Singano and Farid Musa, scored quick-fire goals midway through the second half to boost their team cruise to a 2-1 victory over the North Africa soccer, Esperance giants in...

IN its reach agenda designed to advance the game of golf to the underprivileged youth, the Tanzania Golf Union launched an ambitious junior golf foundation

12Apr 2016
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Tango said TGU has made the decision which thinks can be useful to promote the game among young children across the country. He said the programme aims at introducing the game in all...
12Apr 2016
Editor
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This fact was brought to light by an expert from the Natural Resources and Land Management Tanzania over the weekend at a Natural Resources and Land Management at a workshop held in Dar es Salaam....

Amr Galam (l) celebrating his goal against Young Africans at the match ended with 1-1.

11Apr 2016
Michael Mwebe
The Guardian
Pluijm is for sure relieved of the match outcome as he predicted a hazardous result before the match kicked off on Saturday. A one-all draw has given visiting National Al Ahly the edge, but given...

Girls in ICT program

11Apr 2016
Felister Peter
The Guardian
Measures currently being undertaken include introduction of competitions involving Form Three students from all over the country. The annual science competition under the Universal Communication...

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