In The Spotlight
THE government has finished drafting Open Data Policy that aims at promoting transparency, accountability and integrity in public service, the Minister of State in President’s Office - Public Service and Good Governance, Ms Anjellah Kairuki, has said.
THE Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) Principal Legal Officer, Baptister Bitaho (54), has been sentenced to five years imprisonment or pay a fine of 13.9m/- for eight counts, including making false statement and engaging into occupation without a valid working permit.
WITH Eid-el-Fitr around the corner, Dar es Salaam Special Police Zone has assured city residents of peaceful festive celebrations as it has heightened security during the festive season.
ON Wednesday, the President of the Republic of Tanzania H.E. Dr John Magufuli inaugurated the augmentation of water supply project for Dar es Salaam.
EACH year, 1 million newborns die during their first day of life, 1.3 million babies are stillborn, and more than 300,000 mothers die during pregnancy and childbirth. That’s about as many deaths as the entire population of Namibia.
THE government should continue with plans to ban imports of second-hand clothes so as to promote domestic textiles despite the risks of losing access to the US market under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), a leader of business lobby group has said.
BANK of Tanzania (BoT) has revised minimum capital thresholds of bureau de change while suspending licensing of new facility to enable the assessment and relicensing of the existing ones.
IN due course, ATC will have to wrestle a lot on competition and customer demands before the government can sigh with relief on this investment.
THE Walter Reed Program Tanzania (WRP-T)/ Henry M Jackson Foundation Medical Research International (HJFMRI) is a comprehensive HIV/AIDS research and prevention program based in the southern highlands regions of the country.
THE recent arrival of the bombadier planes has been heralded quite extensively in connection with the tourism growth in Tanzania. Much has been argued that at least now the tourism industry has received a shot in the arm that seemingly was lacking in the recent past.