Land Minister Request the Parliament to Endorse Sh70 Billion Budget

[Citizen] Dodoma -Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development Mr William Lukuvi has requested the Parliament to endorse a Sh70 billion Budget for his docket in 2017/18 financial year.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development Mr William Lukuvi has requested the Parliament to endorse a Sh70 billion Budget for his docket in 2017/18 financial year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Educate Land Tribunals On How to End Rows, DCs Told

[Citizen] Mbeya -The regional administration here has issued a three-week- ultimatum to district commissioners and council directors to ensure education is provided to leaders and members of land councils in order to end land disputes and complaints fr…

[Citizen] Mbeya -The regional administration here has issued a three-week- ultimatum to district commissioners and council directors to ensure education is provided to leaders and members of land councils in order to end land disputes and complaints from residents.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Let’s Strive to Boost FDI Inflows Into Tanzania

[Citizen] Tanzania is ranked 7th in the Top 10 list of African countries that lead in attracting foreign direct investment (FDIs), according to the African Economic Outlook study for 2017.

[Citizen] Tanzania is ranked 7th in the Top 10 list of African countries that lead in attracting foreign direct investment (FDIs), according to the African Economic Outlook study for 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Sacking of Muhongo Bares Herculian Task At Ministry

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Before you forget about President John Magufuli’s sacking of Energy and Minerals minister, Prof Sospter Muhongo (pictured), yesterday think about of Mr Nazir Karamagi, Mr Ibrahim Msabaha and Mr William Ngeleja, who previously h…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Before you forget about President John Magufuli's sacking of Energy and Minerals minister, Prof Sospter Muhongo (pictured), yesterday think about of Mr Nazir Karamagi, Mr Ibrahim Msabaha and Mr William Ngeleja, who previously held the docket and their tenures ended unceremoniously.

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Opposition Leader Hails Media Over Investigative Reporting of Rufiji Killings

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -ACT Wazalendo national leader Zitto Kabwe has commended the Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL) newspapers, Mwananchi and The Citizen, for their investigative coverage of the killings in Mkuranga, Kibiti and Rufiji.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -ACT Wazalendo national leader Zitto Kabwe has commended the Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL) newspapers, Mwananchi and The Citizen, for their investigative coverage of the killings in Mkuranga, Kibiti and Rufiji.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Legislators Say Report On Mineral Concentrates ‘Very Shocking’

[Citizen] Dodoma -Members of Parliament yesterday received the report on content of copper concentrates with what they termed “huge shock” and expressed solidarity with President John Magufuli.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Members of Parliament yesterday received the report on content of copper concentrates with what they termed "huge shock" and expressed solidarity with President John Magufuli.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kudos to Magufuli for Fake Certificates Crackdown, But…

[Citizen] Congratulations, President John Pombe Magufuli, for terminating workers with fake certificates. There is no such precedence globally, and perhaps you will go down in history for the bold decision.

[Citizen] Congratulations, President John Pombe Magufuli, for terminating workers with fake certificates. There is no such precedence globally, and perhaps you will go down in history for the bold decision.

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Unanswered Questions On Rufiji Killings

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The cold-blooded killings of more than 30 people in Rufiji, Kibiti and Mkuranga districts has left many questions unanswered leading to more insecurity in the affected areas and concerns to the general public.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The cold-blooded killings of more than 30 people in Rufiji, Kibiti and Mkuranga districts has left many questions unanswered leading to more insecurity in the affected areas and concerns to the general public.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania