THE GUARDIAN

13Aug 2016
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The country’s statistics watchdog has revealed that seven out of 10 children in Tanzania are living in poverty. In other words, it is scandalous to say the least, that 70 per cent of our future...

TTCL building in Dar es Salaam, buildings of such a mode are encouraged as a way of conserving the environment as opposed to entirely grass buildings

13Aug 2016
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The strongest, the sharpest and the smartest survived to produce more copies of themselves, leading to what is termed as genetic evolution. The human species survived thanks to its wits. In...
13Aug 2016
Francis Semwaza
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According to researchers Davis, Surrat and Levin in their 2015 publication in the Journal of Addiction Psychiatry, ARV abuse has become a subject of great concern in medical and public health...

Baka kids in school yard.

13Aug 2016
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“Who can give me the names of these animals?” she asks.As her pupils respond, she flashes an engaging grin and provides nods and words of encouragement.Lisette Bikola is one of the kids. She is a 12-...

South African opposition leader Mmusi Maimane speaks at the Independent Electoral Commission's counting center in Pretoria, August 4. Maimane's Democratic Alliance has made electoral gains at the expense of the African National Congress, but the results could leave South Africa in political limbo.

13Aug 2016
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Coalitions will need to be struck after the ANC's worst performance since 1994.
But rather than a new dawn for South Africa, the elections look like the start of a new era of coalition government, policy compromise, party factionalism, and weak leadership that will stifle hopes...

DODOMA AIRPORT

13Aug 2016
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When completed next month, the airport will finally accommodate larger turboprop aircraft with seat capacities matching the type of aircraft used in Tanzania, such as the ATR42 and ATR72 used by...
13Aug 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
The barefoot engineers have become economically and socially active members of their communities and role models of women’s empowerment for girls and young women. Chekeleni is one of three...
13Aug 2016
Aisia Rweyemamu
The Guardian
Most rural farmers have been crying foul over access to banks loans, saying the financial institutions would not accept title deeds they are issued by the local governments under the Customary Right...
13Aug 2016
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The portal, found at http://www.minigrids.go.tz/, provides licensing, financing, regulatory, and other information and support to small, renewable power producers in Tanzania who want to sell...

Joseph Omog

13Aug 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
He said that all professional players should be different from locally recruited ones and should do extra work to maintain performances in the first eleven line-up. “Professionals should maintain...

NGOMA

13Aug 2016
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Yanga who are at the bottom of the group with a point, will miss the services of key striker Donald Ngoma who has two yellow cards. The Zimbabwean striker got cards in his team’s matches against...

Paul Pogba

13Aug 2016
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United secured Pogba's return to Old Trafford to great fanfare earlier this week, signing him from Juventus in an £89million move. But his second debut for the club will not come on the south...
13Aug 2016
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The Belgian links up once again with David Moyes, the manager who brought him into the United first team in the 2013-14 season. Januzaj, 21, spent last season on loan at Borussia Dortmund without...
13Aug 2016
Bilham Kimati
The Guardian
The Deep Sea Fishing Authority Act (1998) demands that all foreign deep sea fishing vessels declare the volume of their catch and land the collection to the harbour, a law provision which has remained dormant in practice.
The Director of Fisheries in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Development and Fisheries, Dr Charles Mahika told The Guardian that this drawback puts the country at risk of losing potential...
13Aug 2016
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The report, which was complied and presented by analyst Mary Meeker at the All Things D conference in US, found people check their phones an average of 23 times a day for messaging, 22 times for a...
13Aug 2016
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Polling day on Thursday was peaceful, after weeks of clashes between rival supporters of President Edgar Lungu's Patriotic Front (PF) and Hakainde Hichilema's United Party for National Development (...
13Aug 2016
Getrude Mbago
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The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Deputy Executive Director and assistant secretary general Dr Natalia Kanem threw the challenge while speaking at an International Youth Day symposium held...
13Aug 2016
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hunger and poverty eradication, provision of good education and gender equality. “We are working on an open data policy that will put in place procedures for identifying government open data...
13Aug 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian
Speaking shortly after visiting the National Institute of Transport (NIT) in Dar es Salaam yesterday, China’s Chief Economic and Commercial Representative in Tanzania Lin Zhiyong said Tanzania was...

CCM National Chairman President John Pombe Magufuli enjoys a hearty beating of a drum after his arrival at the Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam, yesterday.

13Aug 2016
Abela Msikula
The Guardian
.........as he justifies relocation to Dodoma
The president was speaking yesterday in Dar es Salaam on his arrival from Mwanza after his election as the new Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) national chairman last month. “If possible women should...

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