THE Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr Bernard Membe, has urged the local business community to make use of the rising business and investment opportunities in the Comoros brought about by reinforced bilateral relations.
TANZANIA marks the World Malaria Day today under the theme “Invest in the future: Defeat Malaria,” amidst good news that the infection has been reduced by 50 per cent in the past seven years.
WHILE millions of coffee drinkers in the East Africa region are purring next to their pillows at night, evidence shows that increased night temperatures due to climate change are declining Arabica coffee yields.
AS government plans strategies to reduce road accidents in the country, a private company, Transevents Marketing Limited has launched a nationwide campaign aimed at encouraging safe driving among drivers in the country.
CHADEMA youth in Zanzibar have opted to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the Union by cleaning the environment and paid a courtesy-call to the elderly and orphans at their centres, while calling for strengthening of the union.
KILIMANJARO Region traders have officially filed complaints to the Regional Secretariat against Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) and Moshi Municipal Council (MMC) over handling of their business.
THE initial results of testing of new grain storage technology by the National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) in Dodoma has proved a success, which could pave way for mass adoptions in future.
THE Institute of Marine Science (IMS) - University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) has announced it will conduct research on available marine natural resources with a focus on oil.