In The Spotlight
PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday asked the Turkish government to provide a concessional loan for the construction of at least 400 kilometre-stretch of the envisaged standard gauge central railway.
- Ten MoUs signed to cement relations
- JPM tasks business people to generate business ideas
TANZANIA and Turkey yesterday inked ten Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) to substantially increase trade volume among themselves to at least one billion US dollars (over 2tri/-) in the next few years.
THE government is set to start identifying and registering all illegal immigrants who are living in the villages along the shore of Lake Tanganyika in Rukwa Region, after some reports alleged that some have been residing there for more than 46 years now.
AS Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) members and supporters celebrate the victory of their candidate in the Dimani Constituency by-election, which was held last Sunday, the main opposition Civic United Front (CUF) has declared that it does not recognise the results and may go to court to challenge it.
TURKISH President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s two-day visit to the country is a powerful symbol of relationship between the two countries.
TANZANIA Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) has cautioned users of mobile banking services in the country to take precautions, as there has been a wave of fraud in the system, as a result of the increased number of customers in the service.
THE Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has directed the Controller and Auditor General to conduct a performance audit on a ten-storey building in Arusha owned by the Tanzania Building Agency (TBA), which has been found to spot a lot of cracks.