In The Spotlight
THE government has warned that it will not hesitate to revoke citizenship and repatriate to their respective countries of origin, newly naturalised Tanzanians who would be found engaging in criminal activities and other social vices.
- Infrastructure among sectors to which the aid will be channelled
AS part of its continued support to Tanzania, the UK government has pledged US 450 million dollars (about 1.026trl/-) support, to improve roads and port infrastructure, education and industrialisation.
THE Government is investing more than 5bn/- in a construction project for a specialised, multi-school education centre to cater for people with physical disabilities, the Minister for Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training, Professor Joyce Ndalichako, has revealed.
FOR those who are directly targeted, the process of lancing boils (kutumbua majipu), a medical analogy popularized by President John Magufuli, is very painful.
WHEN African leaders converge again for their next Summit on the 30th next January, they will hopefully be appending their signature on the document that will chart the path towards achieving the goals of the long drawn theme: “Harnessing the demographic dividend through investment in the youth.”
PRESIDENT John Magufuli has appointed Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Felix Milanzi the new Commissioner of Operations for the Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA).
AS health stakeholders push for more inclusion in health insurance coverage, various non-governmental organizations and Dar es Salaam city authorities have teamed up to explore ways to improve access to health services to the city’s marginalized communities.
THE Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Prof Jumanne Maghembe yesterday received three office and four residential buildings handed over by the German Ambassador to Tanzania, Dr Detlef Wächter.
SOME government directives on education are compulsory. For example, every Tanzanian child must attend school. Schools must have desks. Every ward must have a secondary school and a laboratory. A village must have a primary school etc. and things work fine.