TANZANIA and its four East African siblings of Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi are preparing an emergency meeting to address the Ebola crisis in the region and lay grounds for its prevention.
THE Central Committee (CC) of CCM is contented with the progress of the ongoing process of rewriting the basic law of the land through healthy debates, as committees of the Constituent Assembly (CA) continues to discuss the second draft of the constitution.
THE government is in the process of enacting a law on ‘Conflict of Interest’ that will require state leaders, including MPs and public servants to refrain from engaging in other personal activities, in a move aimed at controlling corruption and promoting good governance.
TANZANIA is among top five recipients of loans dished by the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (PTA Bank), thanks to impressive projects submitted to the regional financial institution by the country.
FIFTEEN District Councils in Rukwa, Shinyanga, Simiyu and Kagera regions and Zanzibar are expected to benefit in the second phase of the five-year Mkapa Fellows Programme, aiming at improving access to HIV/Aids service delivery.
RESIDENTS in the city of Mwanza on Wednesday missed provisions because most shops remained closed all day. Business people refused to open their shops claiming that licence fees were too high and that the City Council does not appear to have fair official rates.
A RESIDENT of Kasheshe village, Rugu ward in Karagwe District was on Tuesday morning killed on the spot when a sand pit collapsed on him.
THREE Tanzanian youths are beneficiaries of a three-week training on democracy and leadership held in Norway. The training which ended on July 31 was co-sponsored by the 4H (Head - Heart - Hands - Health) Club of Marangu and a Norwegian 4H organisation, an international group dedicated to positive youth development.