In The Spotlight
AN annual festival bringing together faith-based organisations from all religions in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar has started here, aiming to bolster peace, justice and economic growth.
DAR ES SALAAM’s Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday heard how former Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) Managing Director David Mattaka subjected the company to over 86bn/- pecuniary loss.
ARUSHA City Council was yesterday ordered to refund 1.6bn/- that was initially allocated for women and youth empowerment fund.
A reminder of his major concerns after he left office
THIS is the fourth and final piece in the series of articles which was designed to commemorate the 17th Anniversary of Mwalimu Nyerere’s death. In this final article, we will revisit Mwalimu Nyerere’s own assessment of the country’s political and governance situation, as it was some ten years after he had left office as President of the United Republic of Tanzania.
IT is indisputable that Africa has the world’s highest rates of adolescent pregnancy, a factor that affects the health, education, and earning potential of millions of African girls, according to a report released by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
IT is now all smiles for Tanzanian farmers after a fertiliser production company ‘YARA Tanzania Limited’ announced between 35 and 40 per cent reduction of fertiliser transportation cost following the launching of railway transport services on Tuesday.
WATER salinity and water scarcity, unpredictable rainfall, increasing rainfall intensity, declining fishing stock, beach erosion, rising temperature and changing wind are some of the challenges facing some villages, as a result of climate change.
FACED with increased population pressure, low agricultural productivity and weak institutional support in the management of natural resources, Sumbawanga in Rukwa Region is in need of revival.