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MUHIMBILI National Hospital (MNH) patients will now have options to settle their medical bills, thanks to the newly introduced electronic payment system.
FOREIGN Affairs and East African Cooperation Minister Augustine Mahiga yesterday called for doubled efforts by all stakeholders to restore and maintain peace and political stability in the DR Congo.
MALNUTRITION remains one of the serious health problems that affect vulnerable groups like infants, children and women of reproductive age, with reports showing that about 600,000 children under the age of five year died in the past ten years due to inadequate nutrition.
“NELSON Mandela is the living embodiment of the highest values of the United Nations. Through long years in prison, he maintained a steadfast belief in justice and human equality. Upon his release, he reconciled with those who persecuted him most. And he led the way to a democratic, multiracial South Africa…” Ban Ki Moon, former UN Secretary-General in a statement in 2009.
A FOOTBALL match at the peak of Kilimanjaro Mountain and Liverpool player Mamadou Sakho’s tour of Kilimanjaro have been among the notable sports news in recently.
HEADS of departments and units in the President’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Governments) should ensure that all public servants under the Tamisemi portfolio should have completed filling the Open Performance Review and Appraisal System (OPRAS) forms by July 30.
AS Tanzania has embarked on an industrialisation drive, the dream will not be realised should Intellectual property matters be ignored, Minister of Trade and Empowerment, Mr Charles Mwijage, has said.
IN an effort to enhance skills, knowledge and use of modern technology in agriculture, Geita District Council has planned to allocate enough budget to facilitate provision of knowledge to farmers as a way of boosting the sector.
LOCALLY produced goods are said to lack reliable market due to one main reason: quality. However, the situation is quite different for the Zanzibar-based Cultural Art Gallery painting and brush products.
IN 1992, environmentalists in the then Rukwa Region, took a major step aiming at, among other objectives, finding real solutions to climate change in the region, now split into Rukwa/Katavi landscape. Rukwa was, then, one of the biggest grain producers in Tanzania.
HISTORY was written in Dodoma recently when the state-owned insurance company, the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) remitted dividend to the government after turning around from years of making losses and starting generating profits.