In The Spotlight
PRINCIPAl Judge, Ferdinand Wambali, has clarified that the appointment of Prof Ibrahim Juma to acting Chief Justice was in accordance to the 1977 Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania which gives power to the appointing authority to appoint a qualified person to the post.
THE alleged ‘Queen of Ivory,’ Chinese national Yang Feng Clan yesterday broke her silence over the prosecution’s failure to call witnesses in the trial under which she is accused with two other businessmen of illegally dealing in elephant tusks worth 5.4bn/-.
ZANZIBAR has been performing well economically, socially and politically with huge expectations of a better future, President Ali Mohamed Shein said yesterday as he marked one year of his second term in office.
IT did not come to me as a surprise when the Arusha Member of Parliament, Godbless Lema came up with that statement of wishing a good number of Mps could be incarcerated so that they can become more aware of the bad prison laws which still exist in our statutes books.
An important step in building capital markets is to develop the “buy side” among local investors such as pension funds and insurance firms.
BEING fluent in French, English, Rwandese and Kiswahili are some of the reasons why Jacques Murigande a.k.a. The Mighty Popo, was thought suitable for the official opening of Francophone Week on Monday.