In yesterday’s issue, we reported that smuggling of imported cement from Zanzibar to Tanzania Mainland – across the Zanzibar Channel – was costing the government a whopping 15bn/- or thereabouts every year in taxes not collected Full Story
EDUCATION: Has politics affected our education system?
Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation minister Bernard Membe (R) greets members of the diplomatic corps shortly after briefing them on Smart Partnership meeting to be held in Dar es Salaam next month, the main item on the agenda being the use of science and technology in expediting social and economic development. The event is expected to attract some 800 delegates. (Photo: Selemani Mpochi)
Information budget speech shocks MPs, media
There was heated debate in the National Assembly yesterday after lawmakers queried various issues ranging from the killing and attack of journalists to delays in passing two key media bills, all of which did not get any mention in the Information, Culture, Youth and Sports minister’s budget speech Full Story
Tanzania About To Achieve Micro-economic Stability
Tanzania is expected to achieve micro-economic stability in a few months to come following the government move to reduce inflation rate to single digit Full Story
After failure to retain their Mainland premiership title in the season that ended last Sunday, former champions Simba are likely to replace their French coach Patrick Liewig who was in power for the past five months Full Story