In The Spotlight
IN a bid to ensure that all government servants move to Dodoma, President John Magufuli yesterday said he will sell the ministerial buildings in Dar es Salaam so that there could be no office for them to stay.
DEPUTY Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Engineer Edwin Ngonyani has assured contractors undertaking various road projects of the government’s commitment to pay them fully their outstanding payments because there are enough funds available.
MINISTER for Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa, has urged the Director General for Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) to ensure they complete on time their housing projects for public servants being built across the country.
IN Tanzania, only one out of two children aged 0-23 months benefit from early initiation of breastfeeding, depriving them of the essential nutrients, antibodies and skin-to-skin contact with their mother that protect them from disease and death.
DEMOCRACY was protected by ordinary citizens who had gathered to oppose the coup. At around 10pm on Friday, July 15, members of a sleeper cell belonging to a fringe terror cult tried to stage a coup in Turkey, attempting to depose the democratically elected government.
IT was interesting to see the smooth transition of the CCM leadership, while the emphasis in our last series was to reiterate the importance of smooth power transfer, dutifully handing over the baton and leaders keeping their hands in own pockets.
AFTER a lull, the maverick politician Mr Augustino Lyatonga Mrema has bounced back into limelight. This time around, his appointment to the Chairmanship of a lack-luster National Parole Board has placed him as a head of an insignificant tribunal that enjoys the flavor of being part of the criminal justice system of this country.