In The Spotlight
TWO prominent businessmen, Samwel Shanshasen Lema, and Mohamed Mustafa Yusufali, appeared before the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday charged with 223 counts of conspiracy, forgery, money laundering, evading tax and occasioning loss of over 14bn/-.
- CDA, Dodoma RC given two weeks to submit transfer plan
THE Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has directed the Dodoma Regional Commissioner’s Office and Capital Development Authority (CDA) to submit to him within two weeks a preliminary proposal on how they will execute the programme of the government to shift from Dar es Salaam to the new capitaldesignate – Dodoma.
ONE person died while 43 others were injured Tuesday night after a city-commuter UDA bus collided with a train at Kamata railway crossing.
DAR ES SALAAM Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda is pushing for the termination of the contract to run Machinga Complex to save public funds.
“RESILIENCE, Self discipline and behavior of taking critics as motivations and learning tools rather than obstacles earned me an international recognition and lasting friendships among my peers in different international platforms,” says Seleman Kitenge, the Tanzanian winner of Crans Montana Forum Award 2016.
AS administrators put final touches on preparations to launch Mwalimu Commercial Bank (MCB), the bank’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Ronald Manongi, has urged teachers who bought shares in the initial public offer and even others to buy shares so as to give their bank a solid financial muscle.
PICTURES of the incumbent Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi beating (cultural) drums in Tanzania may have been exciting for Tanzanians.
THE government, for the umpteenth time, stated categorically that cigarette smoking in public places is an offence that is punishable by law. This time around the state has included the rather disgusting smoking of shisha in public as a banned practice.
AFTER 55 years of independence, finally the government is seriously set to move to Dodoma. President John Magufuli’s recent statement was well welcomed by the majority Tanzanians who believe have been eagerly waiting to see the government business move to the new national capital-designate.