PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has ordered district and regional education officers (EOs) to table detailed school attendance reports to their respective Full Council meetings to check absenteeism.
THE Tanzania Railways Limited (TRL) has acquired 25 Ballast Hopper Bogie (BHB) brand new wagons worth 4.3bn/- from Ms Hindustan Engineering and Industries in India geared towards improving the central railway line.
CONSTITUENT Assembly (CA) Chairman Samuel Sitta's attempts to reconcile the rival parties in the country's constitution writing process hit a snag as the CA members forming the so-called Coalition of Defenders of Citizen Constitution, UKAWA, snubbed the meeting.
TANZANIA is determined to achieve a 50 per cent female representation in the National Assembly by November 2015, when new legislators will be chosen during the country’s general election.
MEMBERS of the public have been cautioned against bogus financial institutions claiming to be offering loans through mobile phones.
CONSTRUCTION of a flyover at the Tazara intersection in Dar es Salaam is set to take off between October and November after Japan extended additional support of 346,000,000 yen (about 6bn/-) to Tanzania.
ACTING Kagera Regional Commissioner, Ms Zipporah Pangani, has directed councils in Bukoba, Muleba, Biharamulo, Ngara, Kyerwa, Karagwe and Misenyi districts to find alternative sources of funds to enable them to pay allowances to village chairmen.