In The Spotlight
BUSINESSPEOPLE and investors have been encouraged to come and invest in Zanzibar Island, where they are guaranteed conducive business environment and plenty of opportunities.
AS the country continues to entice industrial and other investments towards realisation of middleincome economy by 2025, water utilities have been challenged to ensure there is sufficient water supply for the new projects.
LIVESTOCK and Fisheries Minister, Mr Luhaga Mpina, has issued a stern warning to some leaders in local government authorities countrywide, whom he accused of sabotaging the ongoing national livestock marking campaign.
MAINLAND envoys in CAF interclub competitions, Young Africans and Simba face a moment of truth today, as they eye away wins to progress into the next stage of the Champions League and Confederation Cup, respectively.
THERE are remarkable changes in Tanzania’s top flight league that makes it lure talented players from almost all parts of the continent. The presence of Vodacom, Azam, KCB Bank and SportPesa as major sponsors of the big leagues and teams is pushing Tanzanian football further ahead.
THE international community agreed on the global Goal of achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment by 2030. But we can’t reach it – not even by 2050 – until we talk to each other, rather than past each other.
TWENTY two business advisors from Morogoro, Iringa, Mbeya and Zanzibar have finished business training in Morogoro yesterday that will enable them to help small businesses access loans from financial institutions.
ZANZIBAR Government Printing Press Agency says it has adopted newstrategies in a bid to improve its services and contribute to government’s coffers. According to ZGPPA Director General, Mr Mohamed Suleiman Khatib, the strategies adopted by the agency have yielded some positive results so far.
THE High Court’s Commercial Division has dismissed the objections raised by Vodacom Group Limited and its three subsidiary companies against the share attachment suit lodged by local businessman Moto Mabanga related to execution of foreign judgment on 40bn/- payments.
AS Tanzania government strives to transform the country into an industrial economy by 2025, agriculture remains the backbone of the economy in which more than 80 per cent of the population is engaged in the sector.
FOR effectiveness and reliable services, traders are advised to use Dar es Salaam port. The port, which has been undergoing various improvements in recent years offers reliable services to both local traders and thousands others from neighbouring countries.
THIS week, which started on Monday, March 12th and ends on Saturday, March 17th is designated as the World’s Glaucoma Week, considered to be the worst of 16 eye diseases known to exist in the world.