LANDS, Housing and Human Settlements Development Minister, Professor Anna Tibaijuka, said yesterday that she had no plan to resign over the Tegeta Escrow account scandal, saying such a move will surprise even her boss.
THE remote Dongongwe village in South Unguja Region has been connected to its first reliable electricity supply. “Having reliable electricity is one of the objectives of the 1964 Revolution.
THE majority of Standard Seven pupils who sat and passed their Primary School Leaving Examinations in September have been selected to join Form One next year, with district and municipal councils issued with instructions to mobilise resources towards completion of construction of classrooms.
A GRAND cotton revival plan is underway aimed at enhancing productivity levels of the cash crop that at one time saw Tanzania highly ranked in the list of major producing countries in Africa only to register a drastic decline in recent years.
MOROGORO Regional Commissioner, Dr Rajab Rutengwe, has issued a onemonth ultimatum to all district commissioners in the region to stop charcoal production for the sake of environmental conservation.
THE PV Generator solar power project aimed at addressing electricity supply in rural areas has been a success as 840 households in Kongwa, Uyui and Mlele have benefitted.
MWANZA Regional Commissioner (RC), Magesa Mulongo, has directed all government institutions to work hard towards finalising all election promises put by President Jakaya Kikwete in 2010.
IN efforts to support government initiatives to minimize unemployment and poverty, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has empowered three agricultural cooperatives in Zanzibar to help increase productivity.
MINISTER for Education and Vocational Training, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa pushed for enhanced Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the education sector to enable the country produce sufficient pool of human resource with well trained and competent individuals.