In The Spotlight
THREAT of factories’ closure has been averted, thanks to the government resolve to okay clearance of consignments of industrial sugar at the Dar es Salaam Port.
REGIONAL and district leaders risk their jobs by allowing public schools in their jurisdictions to continually collect money from pupils and students, against the free education policyThe government issued Circular number 5 in 2015 on the implementation of Education and Training Policy 2014, directing all public institutions to ensure that education is free to all children.
President John Magufuli has banned all kinds of contributions in the public primary and secondary schools.
BEING a copycat, or lack of originality, is one of the most embarrassing trends that should be avoided from individual to national levels.
EACH and every Kenyan needs to pay at least Sh100,000 in order to clear the country’s mushrooming public debt that reached Sh4.58 trillion in November. Kenya recorded its highest public debt in 2017.Latest data by the Central Bank of Kenya record the government’s internal debt at Sh2.22 trillion in November last year, while the external debt stood at Sh2.31 trillion in September 2017.
REVIEW of annual tourism licence fees will greatly allow small local tourism practitioners particularly women to participate in operating tours, the Chairperson of the Association of Women in Tourism Tanzania (AWOTTA) Ms Mary Kalikawe has said.
AGAINST the backdrop of the compelling importance of empowering women and youth in order to elevate their voices in the country, the United States Agency for International Development USAID has launched a project dubbed Boresha Habari programme.
EDUCATION, Science and Technology Minister, Prof Joyce Ndalichako, has directed the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA) to work round-the-clock, to ensure that the rehabilitation of three schools whose opening date was extended to January 22 was completed by then.