Editorials

The story of how Swahili became Africa’s most spoken language

DAR ES SALAAM: ONCE just an obscure island dialect of an African Bantu tongue, Swahili has evolved into Africa’s most…

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Mapping fluorites in ground water important for policy interventions

MANYARA: ZULEAH Kileyo, a 19-yearold lady has teeth fluorosis. Born in Mererani in Simanajaro District in Manyara Region, she can’t…

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Tanzania has over 120 local languages harmonised by Kiswahili

DAR ES SALAAM: TANZANIA is a melting pot of culture, with over 120 unique tribes and languages living peacefully alongside…

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Illegal fishing must end in TZ

DAR ES SALAAM: THE Government has day in day out sent a message to fishermen, who may be involved in…

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Investing in agribusiness must be given new push

TANZANIA: TANZANIA, just like other nations in the world, is grappling with unemployment among its population, especially its youths who…

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Govt should educate on fighting cybercrime

TANZANIA: FOR your information one of the main cyber-risks is to think they don’t exist. If it’s smart-it’s vulnerable and…

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Why we must step up efforts in conserving Ngorongoro area

THE government has continued transferring people who voluntarily accept to relocate from Ngorongoro Conservation Area to Msomera Village in Tanga…

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Let’s cherish unity

ZANZIBAR marked a great day on Friday, with the anniversary of 60 years of Revolution that changed the lives of…

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As we push for development, remember stop to child marriage

TANZANIA: AS the country continues with its development plans after celebrating the beginning of a new year, while at the…

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Let’s provide constructive opinions on new elections bills

TANZANIA: GO East or West, peace cannot exist without justice. Justice, in turn, cannot exist without fairness. Fairness, in its…

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