IGNORANCE of parliamentary standing orders is behind the chaos witnessed during the ongoing session, the Speaker of the National Assembly noted here yesterday as more opposition legislators were barred from attending the session for flouting regulations.
TANZANIA is seeking to establish Oil and Gas Fund to provide for the framework for fiscal rules and management of oil and gas, the National Assembly was told here yesterday.
The East Africa Community (EAC) Council of Ministers has agreed to extend the 15 per cent tax waiver on imported motorcycle spare parts to June 2016.
GRABBING of land meant for walkways, building lines, setbacks, courtyards and public amenities spaces as laid down in the city master plan is fuelled by quick returns in investment.
FEAR is rife that without increased school programmes and competitions, the art of letter writing can soon become extinct, thanks to the advent of increased internet penetration.
THANKS to increased awareness of the importance of nutrition among the society, a shift in paradigm is being witnessed where non-food manufacturers have started taking advantage of the situation.
TWENTY-SEVEN aliens registered in the permanent voters register (PVR) in Misenyi District were arraigned on Friday, Misenyi District Immigration Officer, Laurent Mutare said.
KILIMANJARO Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Mr Severin Kahitwa, said here in Hai that out of 1,640,087 Kilimanjaro residents, 87,474 from Same, Mwanga, Moshi Rural, Siha and Hai districts are facing a shortage of 9,109.50 tonnes of maize.