TANZANIA has reportedly lost six million US dollars (over 10bn/-) so far through cyber-related fraud crimes, that involve mostly card skimming and Automated Teller Machine (ATM) thefts.
TANZANIA assured South Sudan leaders that its support to ending the conflict in the world’s newest state will not just stop at hosting the intra-SPLM dialogue, but also assist in the proposed peace process and reforms in Juba.
THE Government has opened its doors to investors in all sectors, with emphasis in health, energy, infrastructure and agriculture, especially in agro-processing.
THE Vice-President, Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal, has underscored the significance of information and communication technology (ICT) in improving health care, by providing new and more efficient ways of storing, accessing and sharing information.
THE World Health Organisation (WHO) and health experts in Tanzania have embarked on an evaluation to determine the country’s capacity to start testing for Ebola and Marburg viral epidemics.
THE government said that it was working within ‘available options’ to ensure that the 8.43 trillion/- it owes pension funds is paid gradually but at a faster pace.
CO-OPERATIVES in Kilimanjaro Region have been urged to be vigilant when buying coffee so as to avoid procuring that of inferior quality.
ALTHOUGH the nation has recorded impressive success in fighting HIV and AIDS in the country, the disease’s prevalence is still high in key population groups.
THE Court of Appeal has reduced to nine years the 15-year custodial sentence imposed on a resident of Misungwi District in Mwanza Region, Samwel Izengo, alias Malaja, for canning to death his own son because he was not attending classes.