PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa and his wife Mary, on his right, admire the meteorite when they visited Mbozi Museum in Songwe region yesterday. (Photo by PMO).
CHARGE d’Affaires of the US Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Ms Inmi Patterson, meets some beneficiaries of a US-funded programme
in Iringa Region. Its focus is Ilula Lutheran Hospital, whose highlights include upgrading health services and capacity, as well as empowering Tanzanian health care providers to offer better and more efficient services. Across Iringa, US Government health programmes have raised awareness on maternal health, increased access to treatment for HIV cases, and strengthened local authorities’
capacity for coordination and monitoring of public health care facilities. (Photo Courtesy: US Embassy)
EDUCATION, Science, Technology and Vocational Training Minister Dr Joyce Ndalichako (right) and Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Dr Tulia Ackson
(centre), hand over science textbooks to Kayuki Secondary School Head teacher Bertha Sarufu at an event in Mbeya region over the weekend. The books, valued at 15m/-, have been donated by Airtel Tanzania to Ikuti, Ntaba, Ikapu and Kayuki through the Tulia Ackson Foundation. (Photo by Our Correspondent)
SHANGANI Urban Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) members listen to Party Secretary of Malindi Constiatuency, Mr Salumu Juma Ali, when he was welcoming the newly elected leadership in Zanzibar yesterday. (Photo by Martin Kabemba)
Korogwe District Commissioner (centre) Robert
Gabriel inspects patients’ beds during his impromptu visit to Magunga hospital last
week. Right is Korogwe Rural Member of Parliament
Steven Ngonyani.(Photo by Cheji Bakari)
PERMANENT Secretary in the Vice-President's Office,Prof Faustine Kamuzora,signs a visitors book at the Tanzania Standard Newspapers (TSN) Limited booth during the Environment
Stakeholders exhibition held in Mwanza Region recently. Looking on (second left) is the
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Transport and Communication, Dr Leonard Chamriho, TSN Sales and Marketing Manager,
Mr Januarius Maganga and TSN Marketing Officer, Mr Goodluck Chuwa.(Photo by Mroki Mroki).
delegation led by Morogoro Regional Commissioner, Dr Kebwe Stephen Kebwe (not in picture), and Parakuyo village pastoralists located in Kimamba Division walk past a carcass of a cow that succumbed to the current draught. (Photo by John Nditi)