In The Spotlight
THE government will continue to pursue sustainable economic diplomacy to boost the national economy, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, East Africa and Regional Cooperation, Dr Augustine Mahiga, insisted yesterday.
THE government has started the process of establishing an industrial development bank in a bid to accelerate industrialisation in the country, President John Magufuli has said.
ECONOMISTS have described the recent cement price reduction by Dangote Cement as the right move which will benefit consumer and stimulate construction works necessary to boost growth.
AS the World marks Tobacco Day on May 31, some local cigarette companies are still in violation of laws and regulations while others have started complying.
THE prosecution yesterday asked the Court of Appeal to nullify the decision by the High Court, which ruled in favour of former Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) Commissioner General Harry Kitilya and two others in the 12bn/- money laundering case.
PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has warned here that many of the protected areas - national parks and world heritage sites found in Tanzania and other African states - are susceptible to effects of climate change, treasure trove and civil conflicts.
EIGHT people have been beheaded at Kibatini in Amboni area in Tanga City by unidentified assailants, police confirmed yesterday.
THE Chinese Communist Party Secretary for Jiangsu Provincial Committee Mr Luo Zhijun is scheduled to visit Tanzania starting tomorrow. His visit comes as yet another effort to enhance bilateral relations between Tanzania and China.
IT’S from working, as a Freelance Tour Guide that BeyeneAsseta, says he has found satisfaction in his activities.
NATIONAL Microfinance Bank (NMB) has issued a three year 20bn/- retail bond. The bond initial public is running and expects to end in June before being listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. NMB, a listed company, had two choices for raising the amount through a current status of the country capital market.