In The Spotlight
THE Court of Appeal has ordered Senior Assistant Commissioner Police Godfrey Nzowa to deposit in court over 70m/- as security for due performance of decree in the controversy surrounding ownership of a government house he is fighting for with Commissioner of Police Suleman Kova.
THE Court of Appeal has quashed the conviction of murder imposed on six suspected notorious bandits, including a Kenyan, and set aside the death sentence imposed on them for allegedly killing two people during the 1bn/- robbery at Ubungo Traffic Lights in Dar es Salaam.
PARLIAMENTARY committees resume their meetings in this designated new national capital as various stakeholders continue airing their views on the various bills that are expected to be tabled in the House beginning next week.
- Morocco King jets in for three day state visit
KING Mohamed VI of Morocco arrived in Dar es Salaam yesterday for a three-day state visit and talks with President John Magufuli that are expected to focus on flagging investment and trade worth around 4 trillion/- (1.8 billion US dollars).
ALLEGED Queen of Ivory, Yang Feng Clan is the sole buyer of elephant tusks collected from different poachers in the county, the prosecution has claimed.
WITH the Premier league season knocking almost one third of its 30 rounds, Simba’s Shiza Kichuya, who has netted seven goals, is arguably the brightest catch this season.
FASTJET Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr Nico Bezuidenhout has urged travel agencies to offer more affordable air travel so as to enable entrepreneurs, tourists and other visitors to travel within Africa and boosts the continent’s economy.
ASHOK Leyland, an Indian based company has won an order valued 170m/US dollars from the government of Tanzania for purchase of Leyland’s vehicles.
IN this week’s summation of the book: A Monument to China-Africa Friendship, it focuses on best medical practices that were introduced in Chinese medical circles. Our Staff Writer, JAFFAR MJASIRI explains that the Chinese medical practitioners counselled patients where there was no treatment for their ailment. But even more important they upheld the spirit of the patients right to know. Indeed, this was the highest degree of compassion in medical profession.