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.
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.
AM not starting a gender war here. Just stating an often repeated idea that has taken root in my mind. In this world of ours, there are too many people who believe in the spoken word, others make a living from telling the masses what they want to hear. You have heard that politicians lie, right? I mean they make promises they know they cannot fulfil.
INTERNET users in Tanzania have been alarmed over a new ransomeware attack which has disrupted computers around the globe. Speaking In the wake of the cyber calamity, cyber security firm Sophos VicePresident, Middle East and Africa, Mr Harish Chib, said the virus is similar to the ransomware that wreaked havoc last month.
ONLY 60 per cent of 1.5 million trees each District Council was supposed to plant have been reported to be responding well, with an expert survey showing that the government needs at least 100bn/- a year to ensure the campaign succeeds fully.