In The Spotlight
RETIRED Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) National Chairman, Mr Jakaya Kikwete, yesterday underscored the need for a strong and passionate leadership to help the party continue to excel.
CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) members and political analysts yesterday expressed their satisfaction at the endorsement - and eventual election - of President John Magufuli as the ruling party’s fifth national chairman. They said the public in general expect Dr Magufuli to bring positive changes and ensure solidarity within the party as its national chairman.
LEADERS of several opposition political parties invited to the CCM National Congress here have applauded the party for building a good tradition of leadership succession.
FOLLOWING an assessment by the Turkish government over the failed coup attempt, the Turkish Ambassador to Tanzania, Ms Yasemin Eralp, has said that there is every indication that those behind the coup belong to an organization, which operates in many countries, including Tanzania.
THE government has guaranteed local and foreign investors full support and promised to continue improving the business environment.
MINISTER for Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa, yesterday directed all institutions and companies operating in Tanzania to start using the Dar es Salaam based Internet Data Centre in order to strengthen security and accessibility of data stored.
THE Chief Justice (CJ), Mr Mohamed Othman Chande, has assured the Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators (TIA) that the judiciary will continue to fast track the timely disposal of the registration of arbitration awards filed before the court for enforcements, as court decrees.
THE government in collaboration with International Non-Governmental Organisation-Bridge2Aid has been setting strategies to address oral related diseases in the country. Various training programmes have been conducted in many parts of the country, purposely to enable the public to understand the causes of oral related diseases and preventive measures.
IT is cardinal principle of law that everybody is presumed innocent until proved otherwise by a court of law and any administrative authority is required to observe the principle of natural justice when it makes a decision which is likely to affect individual’s rights.
THIS week, the summation on the book: A Monument to China- Africa Friendship, looks into the China role model which depicts leaders have so much attachment to those who sacrificed their lives which perhaps is something worth for our leaders to emulate. Our Staff Writer, JAFFAR MJASIRI explains a common denominator in Chinese leadership.IT was in 1976 when Tanzania Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) was officially handed over to the governments of Tanzania and Zambia. It was the dawn of cooperation between China and TAZARA.
ANOTHER milestone was scored by CCM delegates yesterday after the party’s National Congress unanimously endorsed Dr John Pombe Magufuli as the ruling party’s new national chairman.
THE ongoing regional hockey league has been notably a Castor Mayuma- Jatish Vaja affair in terms of marksmanship at Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete (JMK) Youth Park in Dar es Salaam. The duo now dominate the Group A scoresheet for Magereza, the recently formed hockey team and Dar Khalsa, one of the oldest existing hockey sides.