THE GUARDIAN

21May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
When someone talks about investing, I know the first thought that comes to mind is the investing process that involves one to expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material...

Cameroonian peacekeepers guard the village of Bambara, Central African Republic, in April [Baz Ratner/Reuters]

20May 2017
The Guardian
Militia fighting spreads in rural areas of Central African Republic, with UN official calling it 'highly worrying'.
As many as 100 people were killed last week in militia violence in southern Central African Republic, the United Nations has said, expressing "grave alarm" over the spread of fighting...
20May 2017
The Guardian
On April 19 of this year, five major wildlife protection groups petitioned the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to list the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) as an endangered species.As the...
20May 2017
Editor
The Guardian
NOT many people are going to be surprised that members of Parliament willput up complaints that this and that sector are underfunded, for the governmentand MPs themselves realize that there is a...
20May 2017
Editor
The Guardian
LIPS are rather tight on the circumstances leading to the precipitated departure from the civil service of two High Court judges, namely Judge Aloysius Mujulizi and Judge Upendo Msuya, who a banner...

GIZ Head of Projects, Transboundary Water Cooperation Dr. Malte Grossmann (R) speaks about integrating economic perspectives for efficientwater resources management in the Nile Basin during an economists forum held in Entebbe, Uganda, earlier this week.

20May 2017
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
NILE Basin Initiative (NBI) Executive Director Innocent Ntabana has said that economic considerations play a vital role in water resources management.He made the remarks at the just-ended two-day...

Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA)

20May 2017
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
THE trail of destruction left behind by the ongoing rainfall at Sing’isi Primary School in Arumeru district, Arusha region, has compelled Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) to donate Sh4million to...

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

20May 2017
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
JAPANESE envoy in Tanzania Masaharu Yoshida yesterday handed over five trucks to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Tanzania.The vehicles, which will be used to transport...

Director for Eastern Africa Hub Dr Victor Manyong

20May 2017
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
THE International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) has imparted a practical application of plant science and researching to 60 primary pupils in an effort to motivate them to pursue science...

Dr Mary Nagu.

20May 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
BOTH the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Water and the opposition camp in the National Assembly yesterday went into heated attack on the government for poor and untimely...
20May 2017
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
THE Department of Chemistry at the University of Dar es Salaam has discovered that cassiarins from the cassia siamea tree (Mbaraka/Mjoholo) is capable of treating and fighting against malaria...
20May 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
THE leaders of parliamentary oversight committees yesterday emotionally explained how they have been rendered toothless to the extent of being unable to criticize the government so it could execute...

Billionaires helping to transform Tanzania

20May 2017
Our Reporter
The Guardian
There is a new breed of Tanzanian businessmen who have built multimillion and billion-dollar empires in industries as diverse as agriculture, food, construction, energy and distribution
THE number of Tanzania’s multibillionaires (with a net worth of over Sh100 billion) continues to grow substantially as economic growth in the country outstrips that of other countries in the...

Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Charles Tizeba

20May 2017
Polycarp Machira
The Guardian
The aim of the government is to reduce or completely do away with nuisance taxes and levies that have remained a huge burden to farmers
FARMERS in the country will now be able to earn more from their produce after the government scrapped 80 out of 139 levieson agricultural products in the 2017/ 18 financial year.The sigh of relief...
20May 2017
Our Reporter
The Guardian
But Inspector General of Police Ernest Mangu and other senior Tanzanian police officers say they are unaware of the incident
FIFTEEN unused South African passports, some containing pictures of fugitives on an international terrorist watch list, havereportedly been seized from an al Shabaab courier in Dar es Salaam, raising...

Some of the participants of the Microsoft and Red Dot awareness training held in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday. Photo: Prosper Makene.

19May 2017
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
In the wake of last week’s mega cyber attack that wreaked havoc across the world, computer users in the country have been called on to invest in advanced digital security systems to counter...

The Chief Executive Officer of Mwalimu Commercial Bank, Ronald Manongi (centre) speaks yesterday at the press briefing to launch the deposit and win campaign targeting existing and new customers. With him are the head of Business Development and Marketing, Valence Luteganya (right), and Marketing Manager Rahma Ngassa. Photo: Halima Kambi

19May 2017
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Mwalimu Commercial Bank Plc (MCB) has launched a campaign to lure more savers and other customers in a bid to boost its deposit base, which has topped nearly 4bn/- in less than a year of its...

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa and his Ethiopian counterpart Hailemariam Desalegn (centre) in a group photo with freight and logistics leaders and experts from the two countries at Dar es Salaam port when Premier Desalegn was in the country early last month. The Ethiopian Prime Minister said he was happy to learn that Tanzania Ports Authority was working very hard to make the port’s services competitive. File photo

19May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Massive investments in roads, ports, airports and rail – accompanied by the cutting of red tape – is making it easier to move cargo in and out of the main East African markets, with...

People’s Climate March, New York, Sept. 21, 2014. Photo/CIFOR/Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND

19May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
NATURE doesn’t make the news often these days. When it does, the story usually revolves around wildlife on the brink, record-setting climate extremes or ruined landscapes. However, that is not...
19May 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
ISLAMIC  terrorist group Boko Haram shattered the façade of security in Nigeria’s capital with consecutive suicide bombings in April and May 2014. The bombings on the city’s...

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