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Tanganyika Packers in 1960s

29Feb 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
I’m remembering when the description ‘investor’ was a media buzz word, particularly when the looted remnants of the state trading corporations and factories were being hived off for sale....
29Feb 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
NEPAD Programmes Director said “collaboration by various stakeholders including governments, NGOs and research bodies is needed now to rapidly scale-up the African agricultural sector to improve food...

A small holder farmer in Arusha, Husina Abdullah (front)

29Feb 2016
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
In Arusha region for example, the vegetables which comprise of living cells containing all the essential compounds and nutrients necessary to human health and life have badly been affected by the...
29Feb 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
In an exclusive interview with The Guardian recently, NIT’s School of Aviation Principal, Dr Bartholomeo Rufujo said that the course is meant to pump more engineers into the sector, noting that the...

Deputy Finance and Planning minister Dr Ashatu Kijaji rings the bell to officially mark the listing of the Exim Bond at the Dar es Salaam bourse.

29Feb 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
The first ever exchange traded retail bonds (ETRBs) in East Africa were listed on Friday last week. The event was graced by the Deputy Minister of Finance and Planning, Dr Ashatu Kijaji, who...

Mtwara cashews

29Feb 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said any businessman who violates the decision will face the music, noting that the move is aimed at boosting revenue of Mtwara port. “I know that there are some...

Part of Mtwara port

29Feb 2016
SYLIVESTER DOMASA
The Guardian
Majaliwa made the observation after a personal visit to the port, according to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) yesterday.The premier said he had information that...

Young African player (with green) scrambling with Cerele de Joachim of Mauritius (with pink).

29Feb 2016
Correspondent
The Guardian
Both Yanga and APR have advanced into the subsequent round of the CAF Champions League with resounding victories over their opponents. While Yanga dispatched Cercle de Joachim by an aggregate...

Victor Joseph (r) and Abbas Adam (l) pose for the photo.

29Feb 2016
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
Williams carded an impressive 41 points to beat second-placed Aliasgher Mustafa by four clear points and scoop the top prize of the event. The winner was out for 21 before closing the event with...

Yusuf Ghor

29Feb 2016
Mohammed Ugasa
The Guardian
AAT has organised the award nite coinciding with Vaisakhi Rally to be organised by Kilimanjaro Motorsports Club (KMSC) from March 26. Besides various winners, the AAT will also appreciate rally...

Mahiga (r) speaks to the SADC Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Lawrence Tax (l)

28Feb 2016
Mashaka Mgeta
The Guardian
At the crucial meeting, Tanzania’s delegation is to be led by Dr. Augustine Mahiga, Minister of Foreign Affairs, East Africa, Regional and International Cooperation. The Council of Ministers...

Donald Ngoma

27Feb 2016
The Guardian
The Mainland defending champions face the Mauritius side in the preliminary round, return leg match at the National Stadium this evening. Yanga won 1-0 in the first leg match in Curepipe, Mauritius...
27Feb 2016
Sabato Kasika
The Guardian
The musician was found dead in his house by neigbhours who were asking about his whereabouts since the morning. However, it could not immediately be established what caused his death and how it...
27Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
BFT vice president Lukelo Willilo said that the team would compete in the Games qualifying fights to be held on March 9-20 in Yaounde, Cameroon. He said boxers who will meet the standards will...

The Principal Public Relation Officer of Tanzania Tourist Board Geofrey Tengeneza (sitting on the first right), opening the press conference.

27Feb 2016
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian
TTB Principal Public Relations Officer Geofrey Tengeneza said the board is also one of the nominees under the Destination category of Africa’s leading Tourist Board 2016, competing with Egyptian...

MOBILE PHONE

27Feb 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
The Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has recently announced it would remote control all counterfeit mobile into an automatic switch-off regime come June 17, bringing shock waves...

COFFEE -PLANT

27Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Funded by Comic Relief, the gender and generational empowerment programme will specifically promote the inclusion of women and youth to increase productivity, quality and farmer outcomes, according...

Energy and Mineral Minister Prof. Sospeter Muhongo

27Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
Indeed, the government has given dual-listed Kibo Mining renewed confidence in the government’s support for the coal miner’s Mbeya coal-to-power project MCPP), following a meeting between Tanzanian...
27Feb 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
A number of forest acres in Ruangwa have been intentionally cleared by villagers for farming activities; this is taking place because there is no land use plan.Deforestation is among the main...

Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser

27Feb 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian
favouring its Arab heritage over its geography, Egypt’s leaders are hoping that it’s not too late to get in on the great African gold rush. And while the booze and the macaroons won’t seal the deal,...

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