In The Spotlight
UNQUALIFIED media practitioners will need to strive to acquire minimum requisite professional qualifications within the given timeframe, as the government will not offer additional time for those who will fail to meet the legal requirement.
. . . New technology to help National Bureau of Statistics save 10bn/-
THE National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) will conduct the Household Expenditure Survey from the end of this month to November, next year, which is aimed at establishing the state of poverty in the country. The initiative, funded by the World Bank, will cost 10bn/- which is half of the costs incurred in the previous survey.
THE Government is committed to roll out treatment guidelines, including the Kangaroo mother care approach in its district and regional hospitals to fight newborn deaths resulting from premature deliveries which currently stands at 27 per cent.
...orders demolition of even public structures
PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday ordered the demolition of Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) building, proving the adage that ‘law is a doubled-edged sword.’ The pulling down of the imposing structure at Ubungo along Morogoro road will pave way for construction works on the expansion of Morogoro highway.
SCIENTISTS describe giraffes as an African even toed ungulate mammal, the tallest living terrestrial animal and the largest ruminant on Earth. In order to be recognized, feared and respected by all other animals, a lion roars while a lonely and frustrated elephant blows dust and push down trees to show power above other small mammals of savannah.
BY all accounts, calling the ongoing Fine Arts exhibition, at the newly-established Art Gallery, within the University of Dar es Salaam’s (UDSM) grounds, “Walking Paintbrushes”, becomes easily understood once acquainted with how it came about.