In The Spotlight
ACACIA'S Buzwagi Gold Mine has set aside 600,000 US dollars (about 1,2bn/-) for tree planting in Kahama District. The mine Sustainability Manager George Mkanza said the money set to plant 1.6 million trees starting this rain season.
PRESIDENT John Magufuli’s pledge to give houses to 644 residents of Magomeni quarters (Kota) now becomes a reality as the government has disbursed 5bn/- for starting construction of the buildings from next week.
THE Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Policy, Parliament, Labour, Employment, Youth and the Disabled), Jenista Mhagama, has issued a seven-day ultimatum to all government institutions, ministries, individuals and private companies to pay the outstanding debts they owe the National Social Security Fund (NSSF).
INVESTORS are taking advantage of low market prices of most stocks on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE), with expectation of picking up again to their normal prices.
FOR Tanzania to achieve the 2030 agenda of Sustainable Development, education should remain the top priority, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Head of Office and RepresentativeMs Zulmira Rodrigues, has said.
LIKE a veteran general barking war instructions to his lieutenants, the man paced up and down, his phone clutched firmly in his left hand, while his right hand was busy flying up and down in undefined motions.
THE queen consort of the last King of Kyamutwala Kingdom her majesty Varelia Kokubanza (80) sleeps outside in plastic sheeting after the royal infrastructure was struck by September 10 earthquake in Kagera region.
ON the one hand, truancy is described as unauthorized, intentional absence from school.
ONE of the main highlights towards the end of last week was the arrival of one of the two Bombardier Q400NG turboprop aircrafts that have been purchased by the government for the national airline, Air Tanzania Company Limited.