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25Feb 2018
Guardian On Sunday

MANAGERS at the Kapunga rice project in Mbeya region have been expressing satisfaction with the ability to break even, which they say was enabled...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian

A BREAK with the past is in the course of being registered in the way capital is being sourced for industries in Tanzania, owing chiefly to a...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian

LIVESTOCK and Fisheries minister Luhaga Mpina has been on the warpath since taking over the reins of the newly created ministry late last year,...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian

A PARLIAMENTARY standing committee last month raised queries on what it saw as the systematic encroachment by agro-sector ventures on the Kihansi...

22Feb 2018
The Guardian

IT is on record that while Tanzania has all it needs to produce 2.8 million cattle hides, 3.8 million goat skins and 1 million sheep skins a year...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day, which is marked every March 18, is yet again just around the corner.
This is traditionally an opportunity for...

21Feb 2018
The Guardian

THE highlights of the mid-September 2011 inauguration of the Tanzania Chapter of the Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) included a...

20Feb 2018
The Guardian

SOCIAL Equality Justice Day is a day recognising the need to promote efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion and unemployment. Many...

19Feb 2018
The Guardian

NEWLY recruited head coach for city giants Simba Sports Club, Pierre Lechantre, has laid emphasis on devoting energy and drive towards...

18Feb 2018
Guardian On Sunday

WITH commercial banks awash with non-performing loans, a number of them shut down by the central bank and scores of cooperative entities fighting...

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