THE Police Force has warned members of Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) against engaging in the planned countrywide demonstrations to pressurise the suspension of the ongoing sessions of the Constituent Assembly (CA) in Dodoma.
MEDIA and security organs have been urged to work together in upholding peace and harmony, especially when the nation will be conducting local government elections and the general elections next year.
ZANZIBAR and the Comoros have identified the tourism sector as among the key areas for enhancing close cooperation between the two countries.
THE government is determined to improve teachers’ working conditions in order to increase the pass rate from 70 per cent this year to 80 per cent next year in both primary and secondary education.
AMREF Health Africa has so far received pledges amounting to 400m/- through the "Stand up for African Mothers" fundraising drive that seeks to raise 1bn/- to train midwives to improve maternal health in the country.
Recording over 80 percent in accuracy as far as the country’s weather forecasting reports and storm warming are concerned, Tanzania is said to have surpassed the international meteorological service average of 70 percent.
CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Ideology and Publicity Secretary, Mr Nape Nnauye, has claimed that CUF has laid the ground for its downfall for nodding to the formation of a government of national unity (GNU) in the Isles.
RUKWA Regional Commissioner, Ms Stella Manyanya has ordered all ward executive and division officers in the region to ensure that by October this year, all ward secondary schools in their respective areas will have laboratories for science subjects.