In The Spotlight
THE East African Commission for Science and Technology will soon establish a single regional educational policy in the field as the regional bloc focuses on introducing the application of science and technology to promote social and economic development.
THE East African Community has already deployed an Election Observer Mission for the forthcoming Kenya Presidential Election slated for next Thursday, 26 October 2017.
MINISTERS of Minerals and that of Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development yesterday literally spat fire at unscrupulous government officials who would dare derail the current government’s efforts to ensure that Tanzanians benefitted fully from their natural resources.
THERE was a time when labourers at the Williamson Diamonds Limited, at Mwadui in Shinynga Region, lived in quarters named without shame as ‘compounds’ in which a family of up to eight share a single room and common toilet and washroom with probably ten other families.
TANZANIA’S semi-autonomous archipelago of Zanzibar is set to refurbish the largest and tallest building in its world heritage site stone town to woo tourists.
TOMATO farmers will sigh with relief after a tomato processing facility at Ikokoti Village in Iringa Region sets to go on with production next month.
A SCHOOL teacher at Mtenga Secondary School in Nkasi District, Rukwa region, Leonard Mwipugi (29), has committed suicide by slitting his own throat using a double edged knife. while watching himself on huge mirror set in his bedroom.
Reporter AFRICAN broadband is booming; the number of connections has passed the 200 million mark and should grow by an average of nearly 20 per cent over the next five years.
AS new businesses are created and developed, and oil-based economies work to diversify in the face of low oil prices, evidence shows that business-to-business (B2B) opportunities throughout Africa will thrive.
THE China Alumni Association of Tanzania (CAAT) was established in 2016 with the objective to foster friendly relations between Tanzania and China and provide a forum to promote professional development and socio-economic endeavours of professionals who studied, graduated and lived in China. CAAT chairperson, Dr Liggy Vumilia shared some insights of the CAAT in this exclusive interview he hosted with the ‘Sunday News.’ Excerpts…