In The Spotlight
THERE is enough stock of medicine in the country, contrary to an alarm raised by a local advocacy organisation, the government has said.
THE Q400 planes manufacturer, Bombardier Inc, has commented that Tanzania is set to boost air travel after purchasing the ‘’extremely efficient and cost effective planes’’ also preferred by developed countries.
THE Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, yesterday warned that parents or guardians who marry off their school-going age daughters face prosecution and 30 years in jail as police in Rukwa Region have arrested three parents for the offence.
THE Court of Appeal has nullified the proceedings, including the death sentence imposed on a resident of Morogoro Region, Constantino Kagonja, for allegedly killing his close friend, Haji Mbogoya, out of avarice for money.
FINANCIAL Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) in partnership with the Tanzania Insurance Regulatory Authority (TIRA), has launched Regional Business Case sessions in Mwanza Region to help bridge the gap between insurance industry and rural informal segment of the economy.
ERICSSON has introduced new software and hardware products to help mobile network operators to boost digital inclusion in the country.
OIL and gas companies under the consortium of Tanzania Liquefied Natural Gas Plant Project (TLNG) have donated 1.9m US dollars (about 4bn/-) to beef up employment opportunities for the youth through vocational training in natural gas in the twin southern regions of Mtwara and Lindi. TLNG is composed of five partners--BG/Shell Group, ExxonMobil, Ophir Energy, Pavilion Energy and Statoil.
THE government has commended Vodacom for its support to road safety initiatives including sponsoring the road safety week that was launched in Geita Region last Monday.
LIKE a veteran general barking war instructions to his lieutenants, the man paced up and down, his phone clutched firmly in his left hand, while his right hand was busy flying up and down in undefined motions.
THE queen consort of the last King of Kyamutwala Kingdom her majesty Varelia Kokubanza (80) sleeps outside in plastic sheeting after the royal infrastructure was struck by September 10 earthquake in Kagera region.
ON the one hand, truancy is described as unauthorized, intentional absence from school.