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PRESIDENT John Magufuli said yesterday his government is keen to crush all economic saboteurs, reiterating that no stone will be left unturned in the ongoing government’s anti-graft crusade.
WHILST the internet continues to be swarmed by heartbreaking stories of the ill effects of vaccines, the Human Papilloma viruses (HPVs), programme in the country in 2014 coverage for school and out of school girls was pegged at 93 per cent and 92.6 per cent respectively.
THERE is need for all government institutions to manage diversity in workplaces as part of the entire organization’s culture and good governance.
TODAY is Valentine Day! Tanzanians join their brethren around the world to celebrate the special lover’s day. Despite reservations by some businesspeople who complained that there was slow sale of gifts and cards, the day has been awaited for long by many especially the youth.
THE Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has set new targets of achieving usage of formal financial services under the National Financial Inclusion Framework (NFIF 2014/17) of having 80 per cent of adult population using a financial access point.
A CYBER security firm in network and endpoint security has introduced a new solution to enhance data protection capabilities and allows Information Technology managers to oversee devices used throughout the organization using a simple interface and intuitive workflows.
THE Second Vice-President, Ambassador Mr Seif Ali Iddi, has warned people planning to sabotage the fresh elections scheduled for March 20 this year, saying the government will not spare them.
KILIMANJARO Regional Commissioner (RC), Mr Amos Makala has ordered the administration in all councils in the region to engage citizens in various road projects in the area.
On 11th February this year, the Islamic Republic of Iran celebrated its 37th Anniversary of the Revolution. It was the time when the people of Iran dethroned the biggest despotic ruler of the region (Persian Gulf), Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Shah and established the Islamic republic system in the country. Our Staff Writer JAFFAR MJASIRI was granted an exclusive interview by the Cultural Counselor, Mr Ali Bagheri, recently, who among other things, said that Iran’s Revolution rivaled out all the imported `isms’.
Dear readers, please allow me convey my sincere congratulations to the people of Islamic Republic of Iran for attaining the 37th Anniversary of their Revolution! In 2012 I had an opportunity to be in Tehran, the capital and Qum which is a spiritual city.
THE CAF inter-clubs championship that involves country’s champions and the Confederation Cup that pits runners-up kicks off at its preliminary stage this weekend. Once again, Tanzania’s representatives have a chance to prove their worth.