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Smallholders in developing countries all too often do not have the resources or incentives to commit to the transformation to sustainable agriculture that scientists know is needed.

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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And rightly so, because agriculture is both a major emitter of greenhouse gases and so a potential force for mitigation, and because billions of people will need to eat, and so adaptation is an...

Millions of family farmers in developing countries already suffer from lack of access to freshwater

26Jan 2017
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that a kilogramme of beef takes up to 15 tonnes of water to produce; and that it is estimated that between 2,000 and 5,000 litres of water are needed to produce a person’s daily food....

It's your account and you can do whatever you want with it. But pouring out all the details may lead you out of securing that job.

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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You also have a speedy outlaid referees’ list, your communication skills are up the sky and – eventually - the suitable kind of confidence one wears when they are aware that their performance will...
26Jan 2017
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Tigo Zonal Director-North, George Lugata, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday the move aims at avoiding last minute inconveniences. “We received a lot of concerns last year and most of the...
26Jan 2017
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The Congolese finished top of the standings after beating Togo 3-1 in Port Gentil while Morocco eliminated holders Ivory Coast with a 1-0 victory in Oyem. The Ivorian exit adds to the...

Morogoro International School (MIS) swimming team’s member, Vanessa Dickson, participates in recent competition in Morogoro. She will be among swimmers that will battle it out in the Taliss championship in Dar es Salaam.

26Jan 2017
Joseph Mchekadona
The Guardian
The team’s coach, Grace Sanford, said her outfit will enter 20 players in the event, which will be held at International School of Tanganyika (IST) Upanga campus. She said the team has been...

Mbeya City FC’s players pose for picture before a recent Mainland Premier League match.

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The two teams will meet in the match slated to take place at the Sokoine Stadium on Saturday. The Mbeya City’s assistant coach, Mohamed Kijuso, disclosed his team has started preparations for...
26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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tries to find ways to improve operations in Africa where it has yet to make a profit since entering the continent in 2010. Any such merger would see the combined entity replacing Vodafone to...

TTB Managing Director Devota Mdachi.

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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• With wildlife safaris, trekking routes and historic places, like the Kaole ruins, Ismila Stone Age site, Engaruka ruins as well as the Mikindani and Ngorongoro Conservation areas, the country is a good place to simultaneously explore history and natur
With vast plains, coral reefs, tropical fish, dusty valleys and rain forests that are home to a myriad of wild animals, Tanzania is among the top luxury destinations for tourism in 2017,...
26Jan 2017
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Afreximbank is the pan-African multilateral financial institution that finances and promotes trade within Africa’s borders and beyond. The Bank has approved more than US$41 billion in credit...
26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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• With evident online security loopholes and hackers growing ever more adept at cyber safe-cracking, can the future of banking be secure?
By Davey Winder Quite clearly, banks understand the imminent threat such events pose for their businesses. Yet they continue to happen – week in, week out. What specific threats are considered...
26Jan 2017
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
Co-hosted by the Tanzania Horticultural Association (TAHA), the Agriculture Council of Tanzania (TARI) and the Selian Agricultural Research Institute (SARI), the event dubbed Agritech Expo...
26Jan 2017
James Kandoya
The Guardian
Acting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Eng Emmanuel Kalobelo, told The Guardian that the aim of the conference was to inform programming, policy development and...

Shyrose Bhanji

26Jan 2017
The Guardian Reporter
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The object of the Bill is to prohibit the discrimination against people suffering with albinism and to ensure affirmative action in their favour. It also stipulates the sanctions against...
26Jan 2017
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Briefing reporters during a visit to the power station in Dar es Salaam, Acting Senior Manager, System Control, Eng Abubakar Issa, said company experts were still working on the problem to...
26Jan 2017
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“There aren't too many places where you repeatedly see the same whale sharks,” said Simon Pierce, principal scientist and researcher for the Marine Megafauna Foundation. “These days, it's...
26Jan 2017
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Wenlong Yu, a technician working for a mining company in the country, was nabbed on Tuesday afternoon with five pieces of unique Tanzanite gemstone while checking in to board a Shanghai-bound...

A visibly elated President Magufuli symbolically drives a Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit (DART) bus shortly after gracing the project’s formal inauguration yesterday.

26Jan 2017
Henry Mwangonde
The Guardian
Speaking at the formal inauguration of the project’s already-functioning first phase in the city, the president also directed local governments minister George Simbachawene to brief him on how...

Charles Mkumbo

26Jan 2017
Edward Qorro
The Guardian
Six members of the TPDF-affiliated National Service division are currently in police custody after four people died in a bizarre row over cattle grazing
According to Arusha regional police commander Charles Mkumbo, the officers gunned down the victims and injured five other people on Tuesday after allegedly finding them grazing cattle in a prohibited...
25Jan 2017
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According to a report in the media earlier this week, the Tanzanian government believes that making charcoal more expensive would significantly reduce demand for it and reduce the rampant...

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