MORE than 400 scientists from around the world are scheduled to converge in Dar es Salaam next week to deliberate on Tanzania’s health policy with the view to translate research into practice.
IN a bid to boost and ease the teaching and learning of science-related subjects, the government is set to distribute science laboratory equipment worth 16 billion/- to over 1,000 public secondary schools across the country, The Guardian has learnt.
THE Seif Sharif Hamad-led faction of the opposition Civic United Front (CUF) party yesterday claimed that more than 300 million/- in government subsidy funds allocated to the party has-
AT least three potential foreign investors, two from China and one from Egypt, have shown interest in a soda ash plant project that the government plans to set up on the shores of Lake Natron in Arusha Region, it has been learnt.
HUNDREDS of mourners, including public figures and politicians, turned out to pay their last respects to Mpoki Bukuku, a renowned photographer with The Guardian, who died on December 23 in a road accident.
THE Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) has received an accredited certificate of quality management after being audited and registered as meeting the requirements of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) by auditors from Canada.
A new study has exposed a strong link between the nutritional status in children and how it affects their learning ability and outcomes in schools.
THE Dar es Salaam City fathers will next month start using electronic gadgets in their efforts to automate all revenue collection in the parking system.
MOBILE money service users in the country have increased to 80 per cent of the adult population by September this year, compared to 61 per cent in 2014, according to a new report by Twaweza.
MINISTER for Health, Community Development, Gender, Children and Elderly, Ummy Mwalimu has called for collective efforts to address early pregnancies among teenage girls.