THERE is no harm for six large banks to control about 60 per cent of the industry as that is good to the economy, the Central Bank Governor, Prof Beno Ndulu has said.

THE government has directed municipal councils and city authorities to make May 21 a cultural day, in a move aiming to preserve and reconcile traditions from one generation to another.

TANZANIANS from all walks of life converged at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) to give a warm welcome to three Lucky Vincent Primary School pupils who had been receiving specialised treatment in the United States of America (USA), after surviving a horrific accident.

DEAR Readers. TODAY I have my mind on the unbecoming conduct of older children. The kind of conduct that often prompts some parents to cane them or in some diabolical cases, burn their fingers or even throw them out of the family house. And there are worse atrocities.

MOBILE phones have come with various adjuncts. There is a voice recorder, there is a camera and the internet. The accompaniments are what make the phone more valuable, more entertaining, in turn making life more worth living. But there are risks.

THE Manyara Special Seats Legislator, Ms Anna Gidarya has shrugged off reports that the opposition parties were against all that the government was doing, calling for the public to cooperate in development activities for their own benefits.

THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday warned the prosecution and prison authorities for disobeying its orders requiring them to take prominent businessmen Harbinder Sethi, now facing 350bn/- economic sabotage charges, to Muhimbili National Hospital for treatment.

THE National Institute of Transport (NIT) has encouraged motorists to test their vehicles for road worthiness using the state of the art and computerized facility to detect defective parts.

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