In The Spotlight
PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has called for collaborative efforts by all sectors in the critical mission of curbing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the East, Central and Southern African Health Community (ECSA).
YOUNG Africans will see who stands in their way in the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup today, with a date for the draw being set. The draw for the group stage of CAF Champions League and CAF Confederation Cup will take place at the CAF Headquarters in Cairo, Egypt today.
PRESIDENT John Pombe Magufuli (JPM) is absolutely right when he says; we can be a donor country! I believe we can. But we have a problem.
I AM a great movie fanatic. The beauty about these shows, quite many of which are essentially fictitious, is that they fool–yes, fool–the watcher into believing that the things depicted there-in are real.
DANGOTE cement plant in Mtwara Region is closed for routine maintenance, as it prepares to use gas turbines, the management of the factory has said.
FINANCIAL institutions have been told to look at how they can lower interest rates on lending to make them affordable to the people and hence spark credit growth.
AZANIA Bank has pledged to provide 5bn/- loan to various agricultural outgrowers groups participating in the Mkulazi sugar project currently being implemented by two pension funds―NSSF and PPF in Morogoro region.
THE African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights is expected to deliver today, judgment in an application by prominent musicians Nguza Viking alias ‘Babu Seya,’ and his son Johnson alias Papii Nguza, who were serving life sentences before being pardoned by President John Magufuli.
KHADIJA Mussa, a housewife residing on the outskirts of Zanzibar Municipality, filed a case at the regional court, stemming from a land dispute, but decided to abandon it a few days later.
TANZANIA is gifted with an extensive spectrum of nature. We are endowed with landmass rich in biodiversity and an array of tourism hotspots. Conservation areas like Ngorongoro where villagers co-exist with wildlife, commemorates something unique in the world of wildlife management.
AS Tanzania government strives to transform the country into an industrial economy by 2025, agriculture remains the backbone of the economy in which more than 80 per cent of the population is engaged in the sector.
FOR effectiveness and reliable services, traders are advised to use Dar es Salaam port. The port, which has been undergoing various improvements in recent years offers reliable services to both local traders and thousands others from neighbouring countries.