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NGO’s Course Equips 20 Girls With ICT Skills

NGO’s Course Equips 20 Girls With ICT Skills

TWENTY girls from Temeke Secondary School in Temeke Municipality- Dar es Salaam Region have completed a one-year Information and Communication Technology (ICT) course dubbed ‘Skills for their Future’ aimed at equipping them for the fourth industrial revolution. ICT knowledge and skills are considered crucial as the world enters the fourth industrial revolution of artificial intelligence, […]

Awareness Key to End Violence, Harassment In World Of Work

Awareness Key to End Violence, Harassment In World Of Work

REPRESENTATIVES from government ministries responsible for gender and other stakeholders will on November 12 and 13 meet in Arusha to discuss measures on the first International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards that address violence and harassment in the workplace. Convention 190 concerning the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the Workplace was adopted in Geneva on […]

AfDB Funds Road Projects In Kigoma Districts

AfDB Funds Road Projects In Kigoma Districts

THE African Development Bank (AFDB) has provided more than 15bn/- for construction and renovation of various road infrastructures in Buhigwe, Kasulu Urban, Kasulu Rural and Kibondo Districts in Kigoma Region. This was said by the Manager of TANROADS in Kigoma Region, Eng Narcis Choma, as he was briefing the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of […]

Magufuli, Museveni Give Green Light To $3.5 Billion Pipeline Project

Magufuli, Museveni Give Green Light To $3.5 Billion Pipeline Project

Tanzanian President John Magufuli and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni on Sunday gave a green light for the construction of the oil pipeline, saying the remaining issues should immediately be concluded. The two leaders, who met at Chato airport, signed the intention to start implementing the $3.5 billion project, warning that anyone who may attempt […]

Regional Panel To Monitor Tanzania Polls

Regional Panel To Monitor Tanzania Polls

 It has emerged that the Kenya Human Rights Commission in collaboration with civil society organizations (CSOs) from Tanzania, East and Southern Africa region will monitor Tanzania’s October general election mostly virtually. The team monitoring the elections includes prominent judges from Kenya and Uganda who have formed the Tanzanian Election Watch panel. It is an alternative […]

Vodacom Tops Telecom Employer In Tanzania

Vodacom Tops Telecom Employer In Tanzania

VODACOM Tanzania is the top employer in the telecommunication industry thanks to its massive size and investment. The mobile phone service provider, which also leads in market share, has employed some 600 staff where only five are foreigners. The firm is the only listed firm on Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange and has over 15 […]

Violence Against Minors Still Worries Gender Stakeholders

Violence Against Minors Still Worries Gender Stakeholders

THE community has to use official forums to bring changes on cases of violence against minors. According to a survey which was made by this newspaper in different areas of Ilemela district, Mwanza region recently, it was revealed that there are still many cases of violence reported at various centres. Gender desks and one-stop centres […]

Tanzania To Go To Polls On October 28

Tanzania To Go To Polls On October 28

 The National Electoral Commission has on Tuesday released key election dates the presidential, Members of Parliament and councillors in the United Republic of Tanzania for the upcoming October General Election. In a statement issued by the Commission’s chairman Judge Semistocles S. Kaijage, parties will file names for Presidential candidates, Vice President, MP and councillors on […]

Tanzania Government Closes More COVID-19 Centres

Tanzania Government Closes More COVID-19 Centres

The government said yesterday that a significant fall in the number of coronavirus infections has led to the closure of more treatment centres that had been designated to handle Covid-19 patients across the country. The Health Ministry says the country is now remained with 11 treatment centres in operation from the initial 84. Health Minister […]

Shilling Depreciates Eight Weeks In Row

Shilling Depreciates Eight Weeks In Row

THE shilling has maintained constant depreciation for eight weeks in a row, albeit insignificant, as the results from stressed inflows especially from a halt of tourism activities. The tourism, one of the major sectors contributing to foreign exchange, received a beat from coronavirus pandemic and expected to affect the inflows. The shilling, according to Orbit […]

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