[Daily News] TANZANIA and the United States on Tuesday celebrated the achievements of the Mboga na Matunda (Vegetables and Fruits) programme implemented under the Feed the Future initiative of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
[Daily News] PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan has appealed to multilateral financiers to allow the African Development Bank (AfDB) to access Special Drawing Rights (SDR), which will benefit African countries in development.
[Daily News] THE government has dished out 50bn/- to 55 councils to address land challenges in the country, particularly in implementation of land planning, survey, and ownership projects to eradicate squatter settlement.
[Daily News] THE French Embassy in Tanzania has injected a grant of 570,000 euros, equivalent to 1.4bn/- to support higher education students and lecturers, among others in boosting innovation and entrepreneurship within the country.
[Daily News] THE Vice-President Dr Philip Mpango has urged African governments to lower trade barriers and enhance infrastructure to benefit from the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) opportunities. Dr Mpango further said that AfCFTA offers the continent's countries a great potential for economic growth and development.
[Daily News] AS the World Health Organization (WHO) raises alarm on increasing Monkeypox cases around the world, the Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are no reported cases of the viral disease in the country.
[Daily News] TRADE volume between Tanzania and Ghana stood at 20.2 million US dollars (approxi- mately 47bn/-) between the year 2016 and 2021, in which the former exported 6,434 metric tonnes of manufactured goods to the West African country.
[Daily News] DEPUTY Minister for Health, Dr Edwin Mollel has asked fellow Members of Parliament (MPs) to intensify the fight against malnutrition in the country, insisting that there was lack of seriousness amongst some stakeholders.
[Daily News] The Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA) has seized the ongoing 'Energy Week' exhibitions in Dodoma Capital City to showcase their day-to-day activities as well as reacting to the MPs and public officials regarding the extraction sector.
[Daily News] RELIGIOUS denominations and institutions in the country have been urged to create a culture of active participation in various social activities to enable their members to liberate themselves physically as well as spiritually.
[Daily News] THE US agency for International Development (USAID) has injected 25 million US dollars to support 'Mboga na Matunda' program that seek to improve nutritional status among thousands of Tanzanians.
[Daily News] PUBLIC and private sector institutions in the country have been urged to have monitoring and evaluation policy to enhance effective implementation of projects properly to meet standards and avoid loss.
[Daily News] THE High Court in Dar es Salaam has ordered the Director of Deposit Insurance Board (DIB), Mr Isack Kihwili, to pay 145.9bn/-to Coast Textiles Limited in execution of court decree issued about seven years ago against FBME Bank Limited.
[Daily News] THE ruling party CCM's Central Committee (CC) has welcomed political dialogue and reconciliation initiated by the party's Chairperson, President Samia Suluhu Hassan, following the decision to meet and hold talks with opposition politicians.
[Daily News] TANZANIA Evaluation Association (TanEA) on Saturday organised its annual general meeting in Dar es Salaam to receive Board report, Annual Performance Report including the past first Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning Week in Dodoma as well as Audited Financial Statements for 2021.
[Daily News] MEMBERS of Parliament have expressed satisfaction with the performance of the Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) in revenue collection and expansion of country's ports, which in turn significantly increased cargo volume.
[Daily News] IN the 2022/23 fiscal year's budget, giving his Ministry budget, Hon Hussein Mohamed Bashes' determination to set Tanzanian farming on right track clearly promoted my thoughts on several issues that I would think if executed will make a dream come true.
[Daily News] VARIOUS stakeholders have pointed out that despite the existence of a law that addresses the rights of people with disabilities in employment; many employers still do not provide opportunities for them.
[Daily News] THE Ministry of Works and Transport on Monday unveiled its budget estimates for 2022/2023 financial year, highlighting its priorities during execution, in- cluding ongoing flagship projects.
[Daily News] A TEAM of experts from the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) has been deployed at Tarangire National Park to unravel the mystery behind two white and cream coloured buffaloes roaming the protected area.
[Daily News] PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan on Monday flew out of the country to Accra, Ghana, for a three-day working visit, where her tour is expected to boost trade, investment and tourism between Tanzania and countries from West Africa.
[Daily News] THE government and people of Tanzania have come together to recognise and commemorate the life and work of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere the founding president of Tanzania in this centenary year of his birth, 1922-2022.
[Daily News] APART from small-scale fisheries, which the author is interested in this time, entrepreneurship is a cross-cutting issue that is also critical in fishery sector development in the country.
[CAF] The Serengeti Girls of Tanzania edged closer to a maiden qualification after they defeated the baby Lionesses of Cameroon 4-1 in the first leg, final round qualifiers for the India 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup in Yaounde on Sunday.
[Daily News] THE Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Community Development, Gender, Women and Special Groups, Dr Zainab Chaula, has called on Non- Governmental Organisations (NGOs) to ensure that their objectives and priorities are in line with needs of the public and the National Development Plan.
[Daily News] ZANZIBAR President Hussein Mwinyi has expressed appreciation to the Goa Community of Zanzibar, for their contribution to the development of the country, including improving social services.
[Daily News] THE second round of polio vaccine exercise that ended on Saturday was reported to have been well received in many parts of the country, according to a report from the national coordination centre for the campaign in Dodoma.
[Daily News] TANZANIA has beefed up its fight against malaria following launching of genomics laboratory for conducting molecular surveillance including research to monitor changes in parasites population and antimalarial drug resistance.
[Daily News] HOLDERS Simba suffered huge blow in their quest to retain the league title after being held to a 1-1 draw by battling Azam FC in thrilling Premier League match at Azam Complex in Dar es Salaam on Wednesday.