Books & Literature

Minister: Why we need to write more

DAR ES SALAAM MINISTER for Constitution and Legal Affairs Dr Pindi Chana has encouraged the general public …

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Tanzania unveils plans to promote IP for economic growth

GOVERNMENT of Tanzania plans to collaborate with the private sector and other stakeholders to promote th…

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MIND YOU LANGUAGE: ‘Representing’ the estimates for her ministry, the honourable minister hinted that TZS 74.2/= ‘are’ for ‘normal’ use

APRIL is a month replete with public holidays. There is Karume Day on April 7 and Union Day on April…

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Tanzania abolishes boarding school for kids

THE Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has abolished boarding school for nursery up to Standar…

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MIND YOUR LANGUAGE: “‘Noisy’ pollution causing ‘adverse’ ‘healthy’ and psychological effects”

WE get this weekend’s stories from the country’s Capital City of Dodoma, where the government, through the …

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Only 55.6 pc of students join Form One in Rukwa

TWO weeks after schools re – opening for new academic year, only 55.6 per cent of students selected for secon…

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Use literature to preserve customs, local authors urged

MINISTER for Social Welfare Development, Elderly, Gender and Children, Ms Riziki Pembe Juma has reminded …

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Filmmakers, dramatists urged to use storybooks

THE Russian-Tanzania Cultural Centre has urged filmmakers and stage performers to use storybooks for kid…

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Scholars push for a reading culture

THE government and the private sector should venture into a campaign to take books to children in the rural a…

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Learn languages to diversify career opportunities

STUDENTS in the country have been advised to learn different languages ​​to enable them enter the wide spec…

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