In The Spotlight
PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday issued a seven-day ultimatum to all ministers to work on critical challenges haunting the business community in the country.
INDUSTRIALISTS yesterday pleaded with the government to allow industrial sugar importation under the East African Community (EAC) duty remission scheme.
TANZANIA plans to introduce the first ever centre of excellence on irrigation training to serve East African countries.
THE Tanzania Gas and LNG Project (TGP) is likely to play a huge role in the country’s future economy.
THE Rukwa Regional Commissioner, Mr Joachim Wangabo said the government has allocated over 2.9bn/- for construction and expansion of six health centres in the region in efforts to improve health services delivery in public health facilities.
AS Tanzania government strives to transform the country into an industrial economy by 2025, agriculture remains the backbone of the economy in which more than 80 per cent of the population is engaged in the sector.
FOR effectiveness and reliable services, traders are advised to use Dar es Salaam port. The port, which has been undergoing various improvements in recent years offers reliable services to both local traders and thousands others from neighbouring countries.
THIS week, which started on Monday, March 12th and ends on Saturday, March 17th is designated as the World’s Glaucoma Week, considered to be the worst of 16 eye diseases known to exist in the world.