In The Spotlight
THE National Council for Technical Education (NACTE) has temporarily suspended student enrolment for 163 colleges over several anomalies including poor infrastructure, shortage of instructors and offering programmes that have not been approved by the council.
TO avert all possible disastrous incidences, the government has advised the public to keenly keep their ears and eyes on periodic weather and climate forecasts.
THE face of Dodoma is set to be lifted after Kuwait, through Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, expressed commitment to provide Tanzania with a loan, amounting to 207.3 million US dollars (466.4bn/-) for the construction of ring roads in the country’s capital city and Morogoro-Dodoma highway.
THE African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, yesterday, dismissed the application by musicians Nguza Viking, alias Babu Seya and his son Johnson, alias Papii Nguza, accusing the Government of Tanzania for violating their rights during hearing of rape and sodomy case.
MINISTER of State in the President’s Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), Mr George Mkuchika, has called upon the police force to wage a spirited war against corruption to cleanse itself from the vice.
SCIENTISTS describe a continent as one of several large landmasses on the Earth where Africa is the second largest just after Asia and before North America.
PEACE from time immemorial has been the beauty of life. It is the smile everyone wants in the family that graduates to form a nation, and for the nation to advance in its development, the same citizens must respect it and see into it that everyone maintains it at all costs.
LAST week, the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) governing body postponed yet again a decision to stop accepting money from the tobacco industry for its projects to end child labour in the tobacco growing sector.
THE Tanzania Network Information Centre (tzNIC) has challenged businesses and organisations to use the National Domain that will position them as more trusted and credible entities on the global scale.
CHINA’s Huawei is forging closer commercial ties with big telecom operators across Europe and Asia, putting the company in prime position to lead the global race for nextgeneration 5G networks.
AFRICA Healthcare Week is Africa’s largest healthcare event in Europe. This business event provides high-level discussion and meetings into the investment opportunities and technology procurement requirements of Africa’s healthcare industry.
THERE is clear evidence that universal health coverage performance improves as countries increase spending on health. And it is a basic truth that poverty, mainly through malnourished infants and mortality, adversely affects life expectancy.