In The Spotlight
THE government will in the next one week announce indicative prices for cotton - a move that is aimed at ensuring farmers in the country reap maximum profits from their hard work.
TIME and tide wait for no man, so they say, that was before the advent of the Information Communication Technology (ICT), but in this era of science and technology, we say, ‘do not allow technology to leave you behind’ otherwise you will not catch up and end up being delayed in this very fast changing world!
TANZANIA will enter history books next week, when the country hosts a historic World football–ruling body, FIFA Executive Football Summit (EFS) at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JICC) in Dar es Salaam.
IT was all smiles as the country’s envoys in CAF Champions League and the Confederation Cup Young Africans and Simba won their home games at the national Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
THE ongoing construction of Chato International Airport in Geita Region is set to stimulate and promote tourism in the area and enhance the sector’s contribution towards economic growth.
IN the recent past there have been a series of complaints raised by leaders of opposition parties towards the National Electoral Commission (NEC) over irregularities, especially in the ongoing byelections in some constituencies.