In The Spotlight
WITH the countdown to the general election approaching the big day, there has come a dramatic turn of events.
THE Chief Secretary, Ambassador Ombeni Sefue, has challenged government institutions to disclose their statistics for the public to know achievements they made in implementing government plans and pledges.
VICE-President Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal has called on the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) management and the Wind East Africa Company to collaborate in ironing out any pending issues in order to enable the all important wind power project in the region to take off as planned.
THE Union presidential candidate on the Coalition of Four Opposition Parties, UKAWA, ticket, Mr Edward Lowassa, has promised to establish a bank that will focus on empowering entrepreneurs, including ‘bodaboda’ operators and food vendors, popularly known as “Mama’’ or ‘’Baba’’ Lishe.
THERE are infrastructure opportunities in agriculture, livestock, real estate and tourism sectors that are begging for urgent private investment, the government has said.
LIFE for boys and girls living in villages surrounding North Mara Gold Mine in Tarime District is set to change for the better, after receiving a gift to treasure. Their modern education facility built with the support of the gold mine is a landmark in their area.
SOMETHING unusual is happening in Ngara District, Kagera Region. Within a period of three months, over 30 people are reported to have committed suicide for unknown reasons.
FOR us in Tanzania, peace is all what we have and is the last thing that we should lose. But watching television on what is happening to other countries of this mutual globe we share, such as Syria is chilling, and a signal to us all here -- never to lose this precious gift we have – peace.