In The Spotlight
PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein yesterday graced the 53rd anniversary of ‘free education policy,’ announcing abolition of all contributions in secondary schools.
CENTRAL government employees who are supposed to relocate to Dodoma, but will still be in Dar es Salaam come 2019 should consider themselves jobless, because even the State House will pack its bags in two years.
AS Tanzanians and the rest of the people across the globe celebrated the International Day of Peace yesterday, the police force in the country has reiterated the need for youth to uphold ideals of peace, to help the nation prosper socially and economically.
YOUNG Africans attacking midfielder Ibrahim Ajib has been recalled in the 22-member strong national football team, Taifa Stars, to face Malawi ‘The Flames’ in a friendly match, which falls on FIFA calendar on October 7th, this year, at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
THE construction industry is among the fastest growing sectors in the country. But, it is unfortunate that the industry up-to-date has no indicative costs and standards, something that gives room to exploitation, swindling and execution of shoddy jobs. And the government has chipped in to bring sanity to the sector.
THE state-owned Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) needs to set up business strategies that will help to boost its market share in the competitive telecom industry, the Minister of Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa said.
CHIEF Government Chemist Prof Samwel Manyele has called upon students to pursue science subjects to create enough experts who will assist the government in conducting scientific researches and clinical investigations.
LIVING one’s dream is every child’s expectation. But, it is unfortunate that many school children painfully and hapless watch as their dreams vanish into thin air due to circumstances beyond their control.
- Jake Glaser tells of his mom, sister who lost battle on AIDS
- He is HIV positive since birth, but strong with full of hope
IN Tanzania it is estimated that a total of 1,400,000 people are living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Until October 2016 people living with HIV who knew their status reached 70 percent.
THE World Water Week in Stockholm is a week-long global water conference held each year in August or September.