PARTICIPATION of the private sector in the improvement of the transport infrastructure would not only facilitate its expansion, but will also diversify operations currently under the supervision of the government.
THE ongoing constitution review process has been described as a historic event since independence and Tanzanians have been urged to support the process so that a new constitution is made with mass participation.
A CONSIDERATION is being made to review Political Parties Act Number 5 of 1995 to determine whether or not to scrap registered political parties that have not been participating in local and general elections, the National Assembly was told.
STATISTICS that 50 per cent of expectant mothers deliver at home has been explained as a challenge in the move to prevent mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS.
THE United Nations Development Programme has supported Mbingu community in Morogoro's Kilombero District financially in a quest to raise awareness on renewable energy technologies and environment sustainability.
AFRICAN countries still lack political will to implement the Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (ACDEG), promulgated by the African Union (AU) in 2007.
TANZANIA Ports Authority (TPA) plans to increase the depth of the main docking area at the port of Dar es Salaam from the current 12 to 14 metres, it has been learned.
THE Opposition from Zanzibar and the Mainland closed ranks and demanded that the permanent voter register (PVR) in the isles should not be used to qualify voters to take part in a referendum to decide on the new constitution, after the constitutional parliament endorses it.