CLIMATE change has been pointed out as a reason to decreasing electricity generation from hydropower sources, which has had an adverse impact on the economy.
POLICE in Dar es Salaam are holding eight staff of the International Medical and Technological University (IMTU), including doctors, in connection with the discovery of the remains of human bodies in a valley at Mbweni Mpiji area in Kinondoni Municipality on Monday.
CONSTRUCTION of a railway line to connect Mtwara Port in Mtwara Region and Mbamba Bay in Ruvuma Region to ease haulage of heavy cargo along the Mtwara Corridor in southern Tanzania is in the offing, President Jakaya Kikwete has announced.
THE Minister for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Eng. Christopher Chiza, has promised to give sunflower seeds to farmers in Nyamtukuza and Kakonko wards in Kakonko District, Kigoma Region, to help in meeting increased demand.
INDUSTRY has been urged to work closely with higher learning institutions to find a lasting solution in the production of half baked and employable graduates.
TANZANIA Teachers Union (TTU) and Tanzania High Learning Institutes Trade Union (THTU) have expressed discontent over the Social Security Regulatory Authority’s (SSRA) recommendation to improve pension funds in the country by reducing the current amounts of retirement payments.
THE Kagera Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Fabian Massawe, has commended students from various higher learning institutions for their decision to engage in teaching on part time basis in various secondary schools.
MKOMAZI Rhino Sanctuary is set to be the main breeding facility in Tanzania, outperforming all other initiatives in Africa, Mr Ted van Dam of Suzuki Rhino Foundation from The Netherlands has announced.
The government has reiterated its resolve to continue fighting illegal water connections that lead to disruption of services to other clients and loss of revenue.