THE government has announced a move to retire all the emergency power generation plants by January, next year and save 1.6trn/- annually which is spent to hire the plants.
TAX Administrators in Africa must join hands with tax policy markets to address the challenges that impede revenue enhancement to help African Nations increase revenue collection and move away from aid dependence.
A GROUP comprising most members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) on Tuesday condemned in the strongest of terms some of the statements made by political leaders bent on inciting the ‘wananchi’ to riot and plunge the country into chaos.
THE government has been urged to revise the subsidy system in agricultural inputs as it has been learnt that it has failed to work out in many parts of the country.
THE opposition Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema) has reappointed Dr Wilbrod Slaa as the party's Secretary General for a further five-year term.
TANZANIA is reported to have so far lost nearly 10 billion/- through cyber related fraud crimes, involving mostly card skimming and ATM pumping electronic thefts.
THE Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal lodged by a Dodoma resident, Bashiri Hassan, to challenge 30-year imprisonment sentence imposed on him for sodomising an11-year-old boy in a toilet at a Mosque.
TANZANIA has demarcated disease free regions for livestock keeping with the view to target US and EU markets. This is in response to standard needs by the two regions that want to consume meat products from the country.