PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has promised to double the number of houses under construction for members of the Tanzania People’s Defence Forces (TPDF) to 20,000 units before he retires late next year.
TANZANIA and Qatar are about to sign an agreement that will give Tanzanians the opportunity to secure jobs in the Middle East country, Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda said on Sunday.
PRESIDENT Ali Mohamed Shein has said that social and economic challenges facing Zanzibaris can be minimized, should people increase production and tax payment.
LOCAL government election re-runs in those centres where the previous voting was marred with irregularities in Dar es Salaam Region were conducted peacefully amid tight security on Sunday.
TRANSPORTERS in Arusha have started hiking bus fares as the scramble for tickets by potential travellers escalates ahead of Christmas and New year holidays.
NEWLY appointed Lindi Regional Commissioner, Ms Mwantumu Mahiza, has pledged to start youth tree planting associations in the region, to supplement ongoing forest conservation efforts.
SOME Tanzanian heads of mission abroad completed a six-day daunting task to scale Mount Kilimanjaro with a promise to be agents of change in encouraging more tourists to come and trek the Africa’s highest mountain.
SEVENTEEN Tanzanians have denounced their citizenship in a four-month period ending this December, with 54 foreigners on the other hand being granted Tanzanian citizenship.