PRIME Minister Mizengo Pinda has handed over 45 plastic school chairs and tables to Kiembesamaki Primary School in Zanzibar with a call on people to reduce relying heavily on wood in order to protect forests.
OVER 50 per cent of graduates from higher learning institutions in East Africa are not suitable for employment, the 31st meeting of the Council of Ministers has said.
TANZANIAN journalists joined their counterparts all over the world to celebrate the World Press Freedom Day, with key messages hyping responsible journalism as the country inches towards general elections in October.
THE International Labour Organisation (ILO) has commended President Jakaya Kikwete for his dedication towards promoting the labour industry in the country, citing the head of state’s spirit of holding regular meetings with workers as exemplary in Africa.
THE European Union (EU) and UK are to upgrade the 60-kilometre Ifakara-Kilombero road. EU Head of Delegation to Tanzania and East Africa, Mr Filiberto Sebregondi has hinted that they plan to start construction of the road next year.
MORE than 1,000 youths have demonstrated against Arusha Urban Member of Parliament Godbless Lema’s intention to defend his parliamentary seat in the coming general elections, describing him as “the mastermind behind all the life-costing bedlams in the key tourist city’’.
IN a move aimed at ensuring that churches remain safe from terror attacks, the Catholic Church here has introduced inspection system for all people entering into the church.
BETHSAIDA Orphans’ Girls Secondary School has requested the government and other stakeholders to join hands in helping jack up the standard of education at the school for the benefit of the socially disadvantaged students’ future and the nation at large.