In The Spotlight
MINISTER of Industries, Trade and Investment, Mr Charles Mwijage, is expected to grace 9th Tanzania Automobile festival ‘Auto fest’ to be held on 28 to 30 October, this year, at Biafra Ground, Kinondoni District, in Dar es Salaam Region, which is being hosted by Vision Investment.
THE two governments of Tanzania and Uganda have signed a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to fast track the implementation of the East Africa Crude oil Pipeline from Ohima District in Uganda to Tanga port with the sole aim of tapping the world market.
A reminder of his major concerns after he left office
THIS is the fourth and final piece in the series of articles which was designed to commemorate the 17th Anniversary of Mwalimu Nyerere’s death. In this final article, we will revisit Mwalimu Nyerere’s own assessment of the country’s political and governance situation, as it was some ten years after he had left office as President of the United Republic of Tanzania.
IT is indisputable that Africa has the world’s highest rates of adolescent pregnancy, a factor that affects the health, education, and earning potential of millions of African girls, according to a report released by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
IT is now all smiles for Tanzanian farmers after a fertiliser production company ‘YARA Tanzania Limited’ announced between 35 and 40 per cent reduction of fertiliser transportation cost following the launching of railway transport services on Tuesday.
TIGO has announced another quarterly payment of 6.04bn/- (US$ 2,763,636) to Tigopesa users, the tenth time in a row that the telecom is distributing profit to its mobile financial services users.
CRDB Bank and Mkombozi Commercial Bank dominated the market share at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) last week commanding about 69.17 per cent.
THE Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Faustine Kamuzora, said yesterday that while jobs are being lost due to automation. Tanzanians should stop worrying about the new development as several new jobs are also being created through technological advances.
THREE officers with the Tanzania Investment Bank (TIB) appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday charged with soliciting 5m/- as bribe from a bank customer.
WATER salinity and water scarcity, unpredictable rainfall, increasing rainfall intensity, declining fishing stock, beach erosion, rising temperature and changing wind are some of the challenges facing some villages, as a result of climate change.
FACED with increased population pressure, low agricultural productivity and weak institutional support in the management of natural resources, Sumbawanga in Rukwa Region is in need of revival.