In The Spotlight
PRESIDENT John Magufuli has received credentials from four new ambassadors representing their countries in Tanzania.
AS preparations for moving the governments to Dodoma heat up, commercial banks have been advised to open and expand braches in the designated capital, purposely to offer quality and reliable services to hundreds of workers who are set to relocate.
LOW income earners cannot afford to own houses due to high interest rates and inadequate supply of affordable housing despite registering 4.2 per cent sector’s growth in the first quarter 2016 compared to only one per cent of the previous quarter.
A NEW school that intends to provide nursery and primary education at low cost is set to kick off its operations in January 2017, thanks to the 400,000 US dollar (over 800m/-) funding from UK’s Human Development Innovation Fund (HDIF).
TARIME District Councillors have expressed dissatisfaction on the rising insecurity at Kitawasi village and asked the Tarime/Rorya Zonal Police Commander Andrew Satta to combat crime following revelations at the council that public servants who were transferred to the area are boycotting fearing for their lives.
LACK of collateral to support those in need of agricultural credit at financial institutions is a serious problem to farmers seeking credit to purchase agricultural inputs.