THE Zanzibar Attorney General (AG), Mr Othman Masoud Othman, on Wednesday experienced a rough time in the Constituent Assembly when a member from the Isles, Mr Yahya Kassim Issa, accused him of absenteeism.
SEVENTEEN Kabuhoro Secondary School students in the city of Mwanza survived death on Wednesday, when they got hit by lightning following the ongoing heavy rains in the entire Lake Zone.
THE first shipment of petroleum products for the long-awaited Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) is expected in the country between the end of this year and early 2015, it has been revealed.
THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday rejected a defence request seeking dismissal of terrorism charges against 20 suspected members of the of Al-Shabaab group.
THE Christian Social Service Commission (CSSC) has handed over medical equipment worth 358.9m/ to Sekou Toure Hospital in Mwanza city.
THE International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and the pan-African Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) have joined forces in a bid to reduce challenges facing banana production in the country.
FORMER Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco) Managing Director, William Mhando, was not among members of the team that evaluated a tender for supply of stationeries which was awarded to a company owned by his wife.
YOUTH in the country have been urged to embrace the spirit of volunteering to gain skills that would make them marketable.
WOMEN have been challenged to exploit economic empowerment programmes so that no woman is left mired in abject poverty in the Isles.