In The Spotlight
JUSTICES of the Court of Appeal Sauda Mjasiri, Bethuel Mmilla and Richard Mziray yesterday threw away an application for revision lodged by three appellants who are currently serving 30 years imprisonment each for lack of merit.
PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa on Wednesday concluded his six-day, twophase tour of Manyara region with a call to Babati District authorities to issue plots of land – with title deeds -- to all local residents who filed formal applications for them.
WE are approaching the end of the month of February, 2017. The big public event which occurred during this month, was the ruling Party’s celebrations to mark its 40th birthday anniversary.
LAST Sunday, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa demanded an apology from managers of the Minjingu Mines and Fertilizers Limited for labeling its products as ‘foreign’ manufactured; by extension, such claims amount to saying they ‘imported’ it from a foreign land.
TANZANIA as a country has made great progress in addressing health challenges facing its citizens and one of the key areas is in the fight against HIV Aids.
TWO firms have joined hands to train would-beentrepreneurs using internet under ‘Noa Ubongo” infinitive, which is classless.
BARCLAYS Africa Group does not foresee changes in its operations in Tanzania and in Africa in general as it proceeds with separation process from its UK parent company whose terms have been agreed subject to regulatory approval.
PREPARATIONS for the launch of Mobile Number Portability (MNP) services scheduled for next month are in the final stages.
IRELAND’s official agency for international development (Irish Aid) is pleased on how the Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) programme has transformed the lives of poor households in the reduction of poverty in the country.
HELPING young up-coming local artists get on the professional stage has become Randall Stubbs’ main concern these days. Mind you, this is not listed as one of his responsibilities for being Head of the Music Department (MD), at Tumaini University Makumira (TUMA), in Arusha Region.
“DEAR Customer, welcome to Mozambique! Make calls, send SMS and enjoy internet services at affordable rates.’’ This is the message a mobile network customer on the Tanzanian side of the border with Mozambique receives, a short while after arriving at Malimba, a remote village in Masasi District, Mtwara Region.