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Government vows to strengthen peace, security

The Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Dr Seif Rashid.THE government has pledged to continue strengthening peace and security in the country for the public to enjoy their rights.


Local hospitals get US organisation’s support

President Jakaya Kikwete.PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has hailed Madaktari Africa here in New York for raising funds to support various hospitals in Tanzania.


CA seen doing commendable work

The Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda.PRIME Minister Mizengo Pinda has insisted that the ongoing Constituent Assembly (CA) conforms to the requirements of the law and that it should not be suspended.


K’njaro civil servants file deceitful claims

THE Chief Secretary (CS), Ambassador Ombeni Sefue.TEACHERS and other civil servants in Kilimanjaro Region have come up under fire for allegedly filing deceitful, phony financial claims to the tune of 380m/-.


Union haters learn from Scottish vote

CCM Secretary General Mr Abdulrahman Kinana.CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary General, Mr Abdulrahman Kinana, has said that the failure of campaigners who had been pushing for Scotland’s separation from the United Kingdom should be a lesson to politicians in Tanzania, who think they already have the mandate to make decisions on behalf of the public.


Monduli launches campaign on eating fruits and vegetables

MONDULI District Hospital has became the focal point in a new programme in which fruits and vegetables are to be used as latest weapons in the war against diseases in the district.


No expulsion of pupils over fees, says Kinana

CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Secretary General, Abdurrahman Kinana, has directed parents to report school heads who send home pupils for failing to pay fees and other contributions.


Tribunal orders exhumation of body buried in disputed land

THE Land and Housing Tribunal in Arusha-Rural District have ordered that the body of a woman who was recently buried inside a disputed farm’s perimeter fence in Ngaramtoni Ward, be exhumed promptly and taken for fresh burial elsewhere.


Students headed for Brazil to learn Portuguese

AS the nation has found of natural gas, Tanzanians who secure scholarships in the extractive industry have been warned to take their studies seriously.