THE GUARDIAN

-Languages are the most powerful instruments

25Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
The day would have served as a platform to propel the growth of Kiswahili but it seems to have been forgotten even by the language’s legal custodians. These are the likes of the Ministry of...
25Feb 2016
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while the first half resulted in the highest levels of both equity capital markets transactions and proceeds raised in the past five years, PwC has said in a new report. The 2015 Africa Capital...

Catchment

25Feb 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian
Environmentalists and hydrologists are now suggesting the need to embrace traditional conservation skills if Tanzania is to protect forests and water catchments from illegal loggers and encroachers...

Maalim Seif Shariff Hamad

25Feb 2016
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Hamad is secretary general of the opposition Civic United Front (CUF) party which believes he was well ahead of incumbent Isles president Dr Ali Mohamed Shein of the ruling CCM when the original...

Sample of the National ID produced for the former President, Jakaya Kikwete (l)

25Feb 2016
Lydia Shekighenda
The Guardian
NIDA explains secret behind missing handwritten signatures in the electronic national identification cards and unveils the devices used to read the IDs
can be used in multiple applications. The controversial national ID scheme has been widely criticised as being a colossal waste of taxpayers' money, but NIDA officials said the cards were actually...

President John Magufuli (l) with President Yoweri Museveni (r)

25Feb 2016
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This follows his re-election as the president during elections held on February 18, this year. “It gives me great pleasure, on behalf of the government and people of Tanzania and indeed on my...

Kisutu Magistrate Court

24Feb 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
The verdict was read by Senior Resident Magistrate Janeth Kaluyenda who named the accused man as Christopher Kaulanga (20) of Kiluvya kwa Kombo on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam City. The Resident...
24Feb 2016
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"In the past, government initiatives to combat corruption targeted only politicians and senior civil servants, leaving out businesspersons and other citizens while they are the givers of corruption...

Airtel’s Mobile Money Services Director Aijaz Khan holds a placard with Total Tanzania Commercial Director Romee De Villeneuve.Others are Airtel Enterprise Director Charles Desmarquest (L) and Total Business Developing manager Maria Lebby. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)

24Feb 2016
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Dubbed “Airtel Money Tap Tap Card”, the service is linked to Airtel Money wallet of the customers and can be used by the customers for making payments while buying goods and services at Total fuel...

Prof Benno Ndulu

24Feb 2016
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Speaking recently at the official launch of the framework, the BoT Governor, Prof Benno Ndulu, said the programme was aimed at addressing challenges facing the financial sector such as low level of...
24Feb 2016
Karama Kenyunko
The Guardian
The prosecution led by prosecutor from Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB), Veronica Chimwanda named the other accused as administration officer Modester Fumbuka and Senior Supply...

The sign of Isimila stone age site

24Feb 2016
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Stone tools and artifacts found at Isimila near Iringa town, which is about 500 kilometres from Dar es Salaam, show that the Hehe - one of the ethnic groups in the region - used the site as a sort of...

Pastoralist girls

24Feb 2016
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Director of Sakura Girls Secondary School, Frida Tomito, made the challenge recently during the official inauguration of the institution which was graced by the Director of Japan International...

Pupils at Magomeni Primary School

24Feb 2016
Correpondent
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Magomeni is one of the schools in Mtwara which were affected by flash floods that hit the area hard last year. Stanbic Bank has extended support to the school, a move which is in line with the...

Ilala Mayor, Charles Kuyeko (l), his Kinondoni counterpart Boniface Jacob (r) and 2015th Presidential candidate for Chadema, Edward Lowassa (c).

24Feb 2016
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Kuyeko unveiled his plans yesterday in Dar es Salaam when he was receiving Chadema’s manifesto from the party’s Coast Regional Co-coordinator, Casmir Mabina. On infrastructure improvement, the mayor...

UNDP Representative in Tanzania, Alvaro Rodriguez

24Feb 2016
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Rodriguez made the call in Dar es Salaam yesterday when he and other envoys from Turkey, Ireland, and Switzerland met with Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa. The envoy also said that the UN was ready...

Fadhili Nkurlu

24Feb 2016
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They also demanded to be given permanent work contracts, improved working environment and working gear. They were received by Arusha DC Fadhili Nkurlu who asked them to go back to work as the...

Charles Kitwanga (wearing black suit)

24Feb 2016
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Several officials in the department’s passport, finance and ICT (information and communications technology) sections will be removed from its Dar es Salaam headquarters, along with officials...

Joyce Mends-Cole (l) interviewed by journalists recently.

24Feb 2016
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Refugees from Somalia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Syria said they have gone for days without meals while some were facing eviction from their rented homes, The total number of registered refugees hosted by Tanzania reached 230,682
Interviewed in Dar es Salaam yesterday, refugees from Somalia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and even Syria said they had gone for days without meals while some of them were...
24Feb 2016
Editor
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If you have never heard of the World’s Mother Tongue day, it’s because hardly anyone talked about it, least of all being the language’s legal custodians like the Ministry of Information, Culture,...

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