In The Spotlight
TANGA Port looks forward to a bright future, projecting to serve over five times the current consignment as a result of planned implementation of various construction projects, citing industries and Hoima-Tanga crude oil pipeline.
. . . Three Lucky Vincent bus accident survivors return home
A HUGE turnout, good spirits, optimism and tears of joy gripped the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) when the three survivors of Lucky Vincent Primary School bus accident landed yesterday morning.
POLICE in Dar es Salaam are holding six people in connection with illegal possession of 377 kilogrammes of ivory tusks, while the government has condemned the killing of a leading elephant conservationist, Wayne Lotter (51).
VICE-PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has underscored the need for applied research findings to be used to develop quality standards in nurturing industrialization for economic transformation and human development in Africa.
SIMBA coaches Joseph Omog and his right-hand man Jackson Mayanja could not hide their displeasure at their side’s lack of cutting edge as the Msimbazi Reds failed to break down a resolute Mlandege in a preseason game at the Amaan Stadium here on Thursday night.
HABEMUS President in Kenya! One of the formidable challenges facing the Kenyan President-elect, is youth unemployment which many analysts see as a ticking time-bomb. It is for that reason that many governments encourage entrepreneurship.
FISH prices have gone up at Magogoni International Market in Dar es Salaam after fish supplies sharply declined.
AFRICA and Middle East internet users are set to benefit with additional rewards on achieving their target from a new campaign which is designed to motivate and drive sales for the latest security solutions.
SOME government directives on education are compulsory. For example, every Tanzanian child must attend school. Schools must have desks. Every ward must have a secondary school and a laboratory. A village must have a primary school etc. and things work fine.