SEVERAL lions have been killed by what is believed to be poison in Serengeti District, Mara Region, officials confirmed on Friday.
THE number of students expected to sit for the National Form Four Examinations on Monday, next week has been reduced by almost half compared to last year, as a result of many students having repeated in Form Two.
A DUTCH lawyer, Dr Camilo Schutte, has refuted claims that assets of a local investment company, VIP Engineering and Marketing Limited (VIP Company), have been attached in The Netherlands following the ongoing saga involving Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL).
DELIBERATE efforts are being made by a local internet platform that allows buyers and sellers to make the best deals on a wide range of products including electronics, fashion and home appliances.
THE government has intensified its efforts in tackling child violence which involves all community levels.
UPGRADING of existing airports and airstrips is high on plans by the Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) towards attracting more airlines, particularly low cost carriers (LCC), according to the Director General, Engineer Suleiman Said Suleiman.
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete’s China and Vietnam visits have been a resounding success.
THE Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda, said it was wise for development partners to wait for the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) report on the IPTL issue, instead of punishing the majority of Tanzanians by suspending their contribution to the national budget.