THE GUARDIAN

06Aug 2017
Isaac Mwangi
The Guardian
 But there is a sense in which many people see this election as marking a turning point. For those tired of the pervasive impunity and corruption of the ruling elite, it offers an opportunity to...
06Aug 2017
Ani Jozen
The Guardian
 It is hard to imagine who is responsible for this shock, and if indeed he expected to find the deputy president in the house, or conducted it to shock public opinion. That effect could have its...
06Aug 2017
Anne Kiruku
The Guardian
 The murder of Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission head of Information, Communications and Technology Chris Musando has thrown the country into panic and confusion. A lot of...
06Aug 2017
Editor
The Guardian
rising from around 130,000 tons in the 2015/16 period to over 600,000 tons apparently for this calendar year, as a quoted official said more orders were still being received. It is an unheard of...
06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 Attitude simply means the way that you think and feel about something, the way you behave towards something that shows how you think and feel.In life it’s never pleasant to talk about...
06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 Two had worked for the company they are about to leave for two decades! Can you imagine that? If that was a child she or he would be twenty years old now, and the parents would probably be...
06Aug 2017
Friday Simbaya
The Guardian
 The country is also among 15 countries with the highest number of endemic as well as threatened species making up more than one-third of total plant species in Africa, ranking twelfth globally...
06Aug 2017
Lucas Lukumbo
The Guardian
 Under the Sh650bn investment project, over the five years to 2020, a total of over 680,000 people will benefit from the programme. The president and Chief Executive Officer of Nutrition...
06Aug 2017
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
 The funds have helped to alleviate poverty by ensuring that the projects are efficiently and sustainably set up, creating wide spheres of employment.The SIDO Senior Loan Officer, Ismail Tego...
06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 But make no mistake, at the moment soya bean producers are far from being comfortable. What is being said about soya production, something similar can be said about sunflower, the dairy...
06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
  A senior park warden in charge of tourism in national parks, Betrita Loibooki made this affirmation in a gathering where a deputy minister was present.The authority has so far fixed 290...

The Water and Irrigation minister, Eng Gerson Lwenge

06Aug 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
The assurance follows huge investment in the water infrastructures currently being implemented by the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) at a cost of Sh72bn. The residents are those...
06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 The call was made here recently by the AfDB Executive Director for Eastern Zone Dr. Nyamajeje Weggoro when he paid a courtesy call at the institute to follow-up on the bank’s five year...

A polling agent counts votes at Petit Stade Remera. Photo/The New Times

06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 With 80 per cent of votes counted, the incumbent President garnered an unassailable 98.66 per cent, according to the National Electoral Commission (NEC).Kagame’s challengers, independent...

CAPTION: Many Kenyans have been leaving Nairobi ahead of the election: Photo/Agencies

06Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
 "We had one customer who bought 10 pieces of soap today, which is unusual. Long-life milk, tissues, sugar and rice are also popular," said Margaret Wambui, a manager at Sweet World...
06Aug 2017
Felister Peter
The Guardian
 The oil pipeline, set to become the longest in Africa, will run from Kabale in Hoima district, Uganda to the port of Tanga. Some 1,115 kilometers of the entire pipeline will be in Tanzania and...
05Aug 2017
Ani Jozen
The Guardian
Pundits ask if any lessons need to be taken up
In recent discussions over the now sidelined agro-sector based policy, pundits tended to identify the Kilimo Kwanza drive with former premier Mizengo Pinda, noting that his predecessor, Edward...
05Aug 2017
Editor
The Guardian
This signaled hard times as headlines talked of investors ‘enduring tough six months as 90 per cent of local firms lose’ in their DSE share prices, which was statistically accurate but slanted in...
05Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Ali Joseph, a driver in the Tanzanian port city of Dar es Salaam, knows this better than most. Driving to work one morning, a lorry ploughed into Ali’s auto rickshaw, breaking his pelvis and burning...
05Aug 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Politicians are going on walkabouts and holding rallies, where they’re kissing babies or evoking religious metaphors in a different town every day. There’s even been an American-style televised...

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