In The Spotlight
THE government has directed the Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) and Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) to evaluate the economic impact of the decline of transit cargo Port of Dar es Salaam.
THE government is set to establish an executive authority to combat and prevent illicit drugs in the country, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Policy, Parliamentary Affairs, Labour, Employment, Youth and the Disabled) Ms Jenista Mhagama has said.
TANZANIA is leading in the East African Community (EAC) region in guaranteeing the freedom of the press as provided for in the Constitution, Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Mr Nape Nnauye, has said.
VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has touted the need to increase women’s financial inclusion as way to address women problems particularly lifting them from abject poverty.
LEGISLATORS have called on the government to improve infrastructure in the rural areas and flood prone urban centres.
IMPLEMENTATIONS of the fifth phase government fresh agenda on industrialization have kicked off with a number of activities now taking place, including holding stakeholders meetings and workshops to discuss and chart best ways the ambitious agenda should reach the players.
RESIDENTS in Kagera Region celebrated with jubilation reports that South Sudan’s rebel chief Dr Riek Machar had finally returned to Juba on Tuesday, and was sworn in as Vice-President of the world’s newest country, calling for “unity” after more than two years of ferocious civil war.
TODAY, Tanzanians join the rest of the world to celebrate Workers’ Day. This has its origins in the United States when her workers said enough is enough to oppression and decided to take to the streets demanding for their basic rights.
WHILE Tanzania’s Development Vision 2020 is taking shape moving ahead, which will lead the country to middle income status, there is no way the country can achieve this major transformation without a committed labour force.