THE Vice-President, Dr Mohamed Gharib Bilal, has called on Tanzanians to wisely discuss the union with a view to strengthen it so that the present and future generations would continue to enjoy peace, harmony and stability, which are among the benefits of the merger.
PRIME Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda, has called upon Tanzanians to do everything in their power to ensure the protection, strengthening and preservation of the Union.
CLEARANCE of outstanding arrears, timely payment of entitlements, enrolment of more qualified school teachers as well as enhancement of teaching facilities, all together constitute plans by the education ministry to transform the sector and translate into action, the Big Results Now (BRN) initiative.
THE Interreligious Council for Peace in Tanzania (IRCPT) has issued a strong statement over the conduct of members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) and the deliberation of the draft constitution.
AFTER decades being in the shadows, aspirin is back under the limelight after findings from a recent report proved that the drug can help women who have recently lost a baby to conceive again.
SADC Executive Secretary, Dr Stergomena Tax, has congratulated Mr Laurent Roger Kolo Christophe following his appointment as Prime Minister of the Republic of Madagascar.
SOME members of the Constituent Assembly (CA) from both mainland and Zanzibar have suggested that the new Constitution and the constitutional review Act should have a section that prohibits insulting Tanzania’s founding fathers.
A NON-governmental organisation (NGO) known as Tree of Hope in Tanga Region has launched a special programme to train paralegals at ward levels aimed at giving legal assistance to victims of gender based violence.
THE Regional Police Commander (RPC) of the Tarime/Rorya Regional Special Police Zone has said that security has been intensified in his area during Easter holidays.