[Daily News] Today's article is, basically, a continuation of the discussion which was started in my presentation of 2nd June, 2022, under the heading: "CCM WELCOMES POLITICAL RECONCILIATION"; in which we focused on the ruling party's traditional commitment to seeking political reconciliation with the Opposition political parties.
[Daily News] Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Miguel Nchemba, Tuesday tabled President Samia Suluhu Hassan's first national budget for Financial Year 2022/2023. Daily News reporter, ABDUEL ELINAZA, interviewed Dr HILDEBRAND SHAYO, a banker-cum-investment analyst on what the 41.063tri/- read budget means for the sixth phase government.
[UN News] The reported use of live ammunition by security forces in Tanzania, against ethnic Maasai herders, and the death of a police officer, have been condemned by top UN-appointed independent rights experts.
[Daily News] GEITA District Commissioner, Mr Wilson Shimo has called on Community Based Water Service Organisations (CBWSOs) to make concrete efforts towards appropriate water sources conservation projects, and hence, ensure water sustainability.
[Daily News] THE government has unveiled a range of cost-cutting measures in the 2022/2023 national budget tabled in the National Assembly by Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Mwigulu Nchemba on Tuesday.
[Daily News] THE government plans to abolish fees for A-level students starting next financial year, in a continued effort to ensure free and quality education for all, particularly impoverished, orphaned, and vulnerable children.
[Daily News] PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan's visit to Oman has started yielding fruits after the Oman Airports signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kilimanjaro Airports Development Company (KADCO) for facelift of Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA).
[Daily News] THE government has said the economy is well on track, while it plans to spend 15tri/- equivalent to 36.2 per cent of the total 2022/2023 national budget to service development projects, including the projects on social service provision.
[Daily News] SPEAKER of the National Assembly Dr Tulia Ackson has warned Tarime Rural MP Mwita Waitara for a statement he made in the local newspaper that was found to degrade Parliament's dignity and powers as well as the Speaker.
[Daily News] THE Zanzibar Minister for Tourism and Heritage Simai Mohamed Said recently graced the launch of a novel book entitled "Tea with Ms Tanzania" here, where he underlined the importance of raising reading habit and writing books in the public.
[Daily News] Wentworth Resources a natural gas production firm announced to have reached an agreement with Scirocco Energy Plc (Scirocco) to acquire 25 per cent non-operated working interest in the Ruvuma Production Sharing Agreement (PSA).
[Daily News] THE government through the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has continued to implement the accommodative monetary policy in order to stimulate the growth of credit to the private sector and revive various economic activities that were affected by Covid-19.
[Daily News] The Central Bank has said Tanzania's current account recorded a deficit of 3,369.2 million US dollars in the year ending April compared to 1,513.6 million US dollars owing to high imports following an increase in commodity prices.
[Daily News] TEACHERS and parents have been urged to provide early education on sexual and reproductive health as well as support girls to improve menstrual hygiene, so that they can protect themselves from contracting avoidable diseases, during the periods.
[Daily News] RESIDENTS of Ndachi and Matulia vicinities in Dodoma city expect to get clean and safe water by the end of this month following initiatives by the Dodoma Water and Sanitation Authority (DUWASA) to solve water woes.
[Daily News] TANZANIA Bureau of Standards (TBS) has reached and provided education on how to combat aflatoxin contamination in maize and groundnuts to producers, distributors and processors in 12 districts in the country.
[Daily News] THE Minister for Community Development, Gender, Elderly, Children and Special Groups, Dr Doroth Gwajima has called on development stakeholders to support government efforts on women empowerment and capacity building.
[Daily News] THE Parliament has given the Government a three-month ultimatum to do thorough research on the claims raised by some legislators over the increase of incidences of wild animals attacking people and settlements near national parks. In her guidance, National Assembly Speaker, Dr Tulia Ackson issued the ultimatum to the Government, ordering that the House should get the report within that period.
[Daily News] AS the government seeks to increase access of water to Tanzanians, President Samia Suluhu Hassan has directed the Ministry of Water to provide a loan of 500m/- to Kyaka-Bunazi Water Authority to enable the utility to connect water to new customers on credit basis.
[Daily News] ZANZIBAR'S tourism drive took yet another big boost with the Indian Ocean semi-autonomous archipelagos seizing the opportunity of high-profile visitors, including renowned sports personalities to market her tourist attractions.
[Daily News] TANZANIA Premier League Board said the team that wins the Premier League for the 2021/22 season will pocket 600m/- cash prize being an offer from the league's chief sponsors; National Bank of Commerce and Azam Media Limited.
[Daily News] SIMBA have declared that discipline will be among their top criteria when bringing onboard a new coach and players for the coming season saying they want to focus on football not solving cases.
[Daily News] GEITA Gold's deadly striker, George Mpole will be a man to watch when the Geita-based club hosts Dodoma Jiji early next week. Mpole, who scored an opener for Taifa Stars in their 1-1 draw with Niger in Cotonou Benin, turns to be the most dangerous striker and he is likely to harm Dodoma Jiji if they don't watch him properly.
[Daily News] The move by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) to battle the use of inefficient biomass has seen over 10,000 bioethanol cook stoves assembled locally and sold to Dar es Salaam based households.
[Daily News] TANZANIA is set to receive 57bn/- in aid from the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children, and Adolescents Health (GFF) for improving maternal and child health services in the country.
[Daily News] Tanzanians will continue to enjoy more relief from escalating fuel prices in the world market after President Samia Suluhu Hassan pledged to keep pumping in 100bn/- every month to cushion the spiraling cost of the commodity in the local market.
[Daily News] THE government has signed an agreement with China Habour Engineering Company (CHEC) for the construction of the long awaited fishing port in Kilwa District, Lindi Region, as part of efforts to promote fisheries in the country.
[Daily News] PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa has issued a five - day ultimatum to the Ministry of Agriculture to distribute all motorcycles provided by the government for extension officers to boost farming and field services.