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President John Magufuli has banned all kinds of contributions in the public primary and secondary schools.
White House said US President Donald Trump has shown no abnormal signs following a cognitive exam and is in excellent health.
PRESIDENT John Magufuli has received diplomatic credentials from six foreign envoys who were recently posted to represent their nations in Tanzania, stressing on the need to promote economic diplomacy between Dar es Salaam and the countries they represent.
THE government has revealed that the Dodomabased state-of-the-art Benjamin Mkapa Hospital will officially start offering kidney transplant services and other specialist surgeries by June, this year.
SEVEN people, including former staff of the Tanzania Zambia (TAZAMA) Oil Pipeline Company, Samwel Nyakirang’ani (63), allegedly linked to the theft of fuel destined for the Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA), appeared before a Dar es Salaam Court yesterday, facing three counts.
BEING a copycat, or lack of originality, is one of the most embarrassing trends that should be avoided from individual to national levels.
EACH and every Kenyan needs to pay at least Sh100,000 in order to clear the country’s mushrooming public debt that reached Sh4.58 trillion in November. Kenya recorded its highest public debt in 2017.Latest data by the Central Bank of Kenya record the government’s internal debt at Sh2.22 trillion in November last year, while the external debt stood at Sh2.31 trillion in September 2017.
REVIEW of annual tourism licence fees will greatly allow small local tourism practitioners particularly women to participate in operating tours, the Chairperson of the Association of Women in Tourism Tanzania (AWOTTA) Ms Mary Kalikawe has said.