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08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The event to be held in Dar es Salaam will enable member countries share experience, challenges and enhance cooperation amongst them. The Nile Basin day is jointly organised by the ministry...

Kassim Majaliwa

08Feb 2017
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According to Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, the government’s plan is to lay a foundation for an industrial-based national economy, with the role of envoys being to identify foreign funding...

Dr Philip Mpango

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The report on poverty reduction was revealed in Dar es Salaam yesterday by Finance and Planning Minister Dr Philip Mpango during the first international conference on the use of Living...

Gratian Mukoba

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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“This should be considered as our last notice,” TTU president Gratian Mukoba told reporters in Dar es Salaam yesterday, although he added that public school teachers are ready to negotiate...

Tanzanian film and music artistes (front row) charged with narcotics-related offences seated in a courtroom at Dar es Salaam’s Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday awaiting word on their fate. They were ordered to execute bonds worth 30m/- each to secure their release on probation.

08Feb 2017
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian
Eight ordered to register bonds worth 10m/- each, five others hit for 20m/- each, in order to secure their release on probation
Eight of the accused were told by presiding resident magistrate Huruma Shaidi to register bonds worth 10m/- each without surety, while in a separate case led by magistrate Cyprian Mkena, five...
08Feb 2017
Editor
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According to the latest Moody’s Investors Service Global Credit Research progress has not been uniform and gaps remain, especially in the areas of enforcement and cross-border coordination....

Draft of mapping geography major Jessica Craigg is doing for a small town called Mto wa Mbu . Craigg's research will help government officials in Tanzania identifyroads that need priority repairs.

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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And it only gets worse, as agricultural practices render the land impervious to water. But one Georgia College honours student is doing something about it. With only two weeks left in...
08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
By Guardian Reporter and Agencies GORILLAS, chimpanzees, orangutans — our great ape cousins teeter on the precipice of extinction. And it’s not much of a secret that we humans have had a lot to...

Fields in the Western Cape region are parched. CREDIT: Peter Lind/IRIN)

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The scene is now common throughout eastern and southern Africa, as droughts for three consecutive years have decimated crops and caused widespread hunger. New research indicates that it is partly...
08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
BY NURU NGAILO this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” Other...

Athletics Tanzania (AT) secretary general, Wilhelm Gidabuday.

08Feb 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
Athletics Tanzania (AT) secretary general, Whilhelm Gidabuday, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday the body is ready to send the mentioned number of athletes to the games. He said the country’s...

Caravans’ cricketers pose for picture before a Dar es Salaam Regional Cricket Committee (DRCC) T20 tournament’s game against General Petroleum in the city recently.

08Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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General Petroleum went in to bat first and registered 141 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 20 overs, with significant contribution with the bat in the innings coming from opener Zafar Khan...

Tanzania Paralympics Committee (TPC) secretary general, Tuma Dandi, stresses a point in Dar es Salaam yesterday regarding the GAPCO Tanzania-sponsored 10 km race of the Kilimanjaro Marathon. Left is the GAPCO Tanzania Marketing Manager, Caroline Kakwezi.

08Feb 2017
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TPC secretary general, Tuma Dandi, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday this is the seventh year that the committee has been collaborating with the company, which has been sponsoring people with...

Nape Nnauye

08Feb 2017
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THE government is expected to launch a program known as ‘stakeholders let’s talk’ in Dar es Salaam next week in a bid to promote sports, arts culture and information in the country....

Ally Hapi

07Feb 2017
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Handing over the donation over the weekend, TTCL acting executive director Waziri Kindamba said the drugs that were donated include paracetamol,syrup, ,diclofenac and amoxilin. He said apart...

Dr Ashatu Kijaji

07Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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Kijaji was responding to question raised by Member of Parliament from Zanzibar Machano Othman Said who wanted to know when the government will issue indicative rates to commercial banks so...
07Feb 2017
Editor
The Guardian
Plants have been the basis for medical treatments through much of human history, and such traditional medicine is still widely practiced today. Plants or plant extracts that may be eaten or...

Loss of water must be avoided at all levels. This woman collects water from a source characterised by unquestionable excessive loss of water. MPs say community awareness is necessary

07Feb 2017
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
and transmission lines under the supervision of the Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) has impressed the Parliamentary Committee on Public Investments (PIC) that wished the work...

In a significant shift from tradition, Maasai elders in Loitoktok, Kenya’s Kajiado County, girls are choosing to forgo traditional FGM as a rite of initiation into womanhood.

07Feb 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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By Ruth Kagia and Siddharth Chatterjee Consider this, approximately 200 million girls and women alive today globally, have undergone some form of FGM. One cannot but despair at the...

Field project manager Stephen Magige (left) hands-over the keys of three Toyota Hilux cars to the Acting Director of Research and Development in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Hussein Mansoor in Dar es Salaam last week.

07Feb 2017
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian
The project known as BEST Cassava is a five-year project. It will be implemented by MEDA Economic Development Associates in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries...

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