In The Spotlight
IN yet another austerity measure by the Fifth Phase Government, Chief Secretary (CS), Ambassador Ombeni Sefue has banned printing of Christmas and New Year wishes’ cards by all public institutions in the forthcoming festive season.
THE government has been urged to review Production Sharing Agreement (PSA), system to focus on encouraging development and production of oil and gas.
THE Chief Government Chemist, Prof Samwel Manyele, has urged chemical stakeholders to comply with the industrial and consumer chemicals management and control, in order to reduce the side effects of the substance on human health and the environment.
KAGERA residents have been told to maintain hygienic practices including building decent toilets to ensure cholera is eliminated. The dreaded killer pandemic has been confirmed to have hit Bukoba Municipality, with two deaths recorded so far, according to Kagera Regional Medical Officer (RMO), Dr Thomas Rutachunzibwa.
MS, Mary Solomoni has been spending sleepless nights wondering why she has been jobless since last year when she completed her ‘O’ Level at Sirari Secondary School, in Tarime District.
LAST week’s perspective addressed two alarming incidents which jolted the world: the terrorist attack on Paris condemned roundly by the international community joined by Tanzania, whose new President was handy to sign a condolence book at the French embassy in Dar es Salaam.
SINCE he was sworn in as the country’s fifth president, John Magufuli and his ‘Hapa Kazi Tu’ slogan has brought new awareness and commitment to work.
THE era of true football may have dawned. For a long time the nation has struggled to locally improve the world’s number one sport– football or soccerwithout notable progress.