In The Spotlight
COMORO President Azali Assoumani has assured Tanzania that his government shall continue strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries especially in business, health and education sectors.
AS the government scrapped off Value Added Tax (VAT) for importation of nutrients, only 16 per cent of households consume fortified oil that meets national standards on the Mainland while only 2.1 per cent of households do so in Zanzibar.
SIMBA cement can now be purchased through M-Pesa with no extra cost after Tanga Cement and Vodacom Tanzania introduced a novel payment platform.
SINGIDA East Constituency’s Member of Parliament (MP) Tundu Lissu, appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam facing counts relating to publishing and printing seditious materials.
THE hunt for arsonists who set fire on the Mahonda sugarcane farms still continues, seven months after a series of incidents happened, the Zanzibar House of Representatives was informed here.
SHORTAGE of desks in schools has been a long time problem. It has even created an impression among some circles that this would be an impossible issue to solve. However, according to observations from Members of the House, ending shortage of desks is possible.
MORE benefactors are coming out to help the government take care of the nation’s handicapped children studying at the Uhuru Mchanganyiko Primary School of the Blind in Dar es Salaam.
VIRTUAL Synchronicity is a byproduct of ‘computer cloud’ whereby massive data are put together, according to a lesson learnt during a visit to Ningxia Province in China by this reporter, a good example that Tanzania can emulate.
FOUR interesting events took place in History on a date like today’s; June 29... On June 29, 1644, King Charles-I of England – fighting to retain power – defeated a detachment of Parliamentarian forces at the Battle of Cropredy Bridge during England’s Civil Wars.
TANZANIA’S decision to halt a multi-million dollar energy project to protect a wildlife sanctuary and farming land is a “victory” for vulnerable local communities, a global aid agency said.