In The Spotlight
. . . Government set to bankroll nationwide HPV vaccinations
MINISTER for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu has assured Tanzanians that the government through her ministry is looking forward to provide cervical cancer vaccination starting April, 2018.
THE Prevention and Combatting of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) is holding the outgoing President of the Tanzania Teachers Union (TTU) Gracian Mkoba pictured) for allegedly involving himself in bribery transactions in the ongoing election process of the Union’s top leadership.
The Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Mr William Lukuvi has suspended the Director General of the National Housing Corporation (NHC), Mr Nehemia Mchechu (pictured) , to pave the way for investigation into allegations facing him.
THE government through National Economic Empowerment Council (NEEC) has launched the inclusive national entrepreneurship strategy to foster industrialisation drive. The Deputy Minister for Industry, Trade and Investment, Ms Stella Manyanya, said the goal and objective of the strategy is to foster the government efforts to empower its ordinary people.
PRESIDENT John Magufuli yesterday handed over 60m/- to the Tanzania Teachers Union (TTU) that was obtained from a fundraising function he held during the opening of the union’s General Meeting held in the country’s capital, Dodoma.
THE Arusha Regional Referral Hospital is faced with a shortage of beds, forcing patients to share a bed. Arusha Regional Chief Medical Officer, Dr Timothy Wonanji said here yesterday that in total they are in need of 161 beds.
THE government plans to come up with a law to control quality of education in the informal education system. Education, Science and Technology Deputy Minister, William Ole Nasha stated yesterday that currently there is mushrooming of institutions providing education out of formal education system.