In The Spotlight
THE Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) has released its annual procurement audit report for the financial year 2015/2016, which has uncovered massive irregularities in the management of contracts by various Procurement Entities (PEs), occasioning losses to the government amounting to 23.4bn/-.
TANZANIA today joins the world to mark the International Day of Older Persons with the rest of the world. At the national level the day will be celebrated in Mbeya where the Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu is expected to grace the day.
AS both Zanzibar and Union governments’ progress on oil exploration, the Minister of State (Union Affairs and Environment) Mr January Makamba has said that there is no boundary conflict between the two sides.
TANZANIA is among a few countries in Africa with robust growth of economy as the continent is expecting growth to fall to its lowest level in two decades due to a slump in commodity prices and continuing weakness in global growth, a World Bank report says.
THE vast majority of teachers in the country lack necessary academic and pedagogical skills to teach, a research on service delivery indicators (SDI) has revealed.
LIKE a veteran general barking war instructions to his lieutenants, the man paced up and down, his phone clutched firmly in his left hand, while his right hand was busy flying up and down in undefined motions.
THE public safety of this country is entrusted in the hands of our criminal justice system through the traditional law enforcing agencies namely, Police Force, Prosecution Department, Judiciary and the Prison Service.
TANZANIA is seemingly on the right track to attain Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) number one and two, thanks to the government and private sector joint initiatives to support farmers.