A SECTION of First Ladies from various African countries admire a special sash pinned on Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to mark his appointment as Ambassador to the ‘Optional on issues of Mother and Child Health in Africa’ on the sidelines of
the 9th Cervical, Breast and Prostate Cancer in Africa Conference at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi, Kenya, yesterday. Second right is Tanzania’s First Lady Salma Kikwete. (Photo by John Lukuwi)
THE Vice-Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), Professor Rwekaza Mukandala, reads a citation after he and a panel of senior professors handed over an academic robe and a certificate for the honorary Doctorate of Laws (Honoris Causa) during a ceremony held at the State House in the city yesterday. (Photo by Freddy Maro)
Kinondoni District WAZAZI Secretary, Mr Masanja Salu, receives nomination forms from Ms Kuruthum Dindili, who is aspiring to become a Special Seats Member of Parliament (MP) on the people with physical disabilities’ ticket. (Photo by Robert
A DAR ES SALAAM resident peddles a handful of ginger for sale along Msimbazi Street. But unless it is only a sample and he has more ginger stored, it is doubtful whether the quantity he is selling is enough to make a living. (Photo by Staff Photographer)
Barclays Bank Tanzania Citizenship and Communications Manager, Ms Hellen Siria (centre in black dress), shakes hands with Maarifa Primary School Haed Teacher, Mr Raymond John, after handing over latrines, water well and electricity gererator donated by the bank to Maarifa Primary School, which was among buildings affected by bomb blasts in Gongo la Mboto area in Dar es Salaam in 2011. On her back is Gongolamboto Ward Education Officer, Ms Tabitha Lusola. The handing over ceremony was held in Gongo la Mboto. (Photo by Staff Photographer)
The Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander, CP Suleiman Kova, displays some of the 170m/- seized by police today at Dar es Salaam Police Headquarters when arresting five thugs alleged to raid Stakishari Police Station in Ukonga Dar es Salaam and walked away with several guns while leaving seven people dead. The incident occurred some ten days ago.
The Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander, CP Suleiman Kova, displays some of guns seized by police today at Dar es Salaam Police Headquarter when arresting five thugs alleged to raid Stakishari Police Station in Ukonga Dar es Salaam and walked away with several guns while leaving seven people dead. The incident occurred some ten days ago.