THE Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dodoma, Gervas Nyaisonga, has condemned a tendency by some members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) to engage in unnecessary arguments, which he said were tarnishing the image of the House.
PRESIDENT Ali Mohammed Shein has expressed his concerns over influx of second hand goods particularly electronics, appealing to the responsible authorities to address the vice.
The Minister of State in the office of the Second Vice-President Zanzibar Mr. Mohamed Aboud Mohamed has called for more concerted efforts to support the health sector in the Easr African region.
THE National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) has vowed to help elders get free health care as stipulated in the law.
CANDIDATES to be selected for training as teachers for both primary and secondary levels will be chosen from among applicants with the best results graded between Division One and Three and the major focus will be on science subjects, the government has announced.
POLICE in Zanzibar have cancelled the UKAWA public rally that was scheduled to take place at Kibanda-maiti grounds in the municipality this afternoon.
AFRICAN economies are still lagging behind in acquisition of agricultural biotechnology and particularly genetically engineered crops.
PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has extended a message of condolence to the Korean President Park Geun-hye on behalf of his people following the accident involving a ferry carrying 462 people.