In The Spotlight
VICE President Samia Suluhu Hassan will lead the Tanzanian delegation to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Troika summit expected to commence on tomorrow.
DAR ES SALAAM is one of the three East African cities picked for the multi-destination road show by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce marketing scheduled for Tuesday next week.
RELIGIOUS leaders in Shinyanga Region have advised the government and opposition parties to have a dialogue to end the wrangling between them and avoid the planned demonstration by the opposition on September 1 to avert the chaos likely to erupt.
UDOM Vice- Chancellor, Prof Idrisa Kikula, has encouraged secondary school students in the country to learn Chinese in their studies because the language will assure them with a brighter of technology.
IT was a sunny day when I started my journey from Dar es Salaam to Dodoma last weekend. Not that I am among the first people, as a government official, to respond to the new zeal of shifting to the designated capital city, but for undertaking my usual assignments.
AS the government embarks on building industrial economy, Tanzanians in the Southern regions of Mtwara and Lindi have a great opportunity to participate in various economic activities that will enable them to be part and parcel of economic changes.
THIS is a time of enormous change for Tanzania. Successful investments in infant and child health have halved infant mortality rates over the last 25 years giving rise to a ‘baby boom’ generation.
TANZANIA could capitalise on food crisis striking most African countries, an initiative that would boost its foreign exchange earnings.