Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Professor Makame Mbarawa (second right) speaking to Engineers’ and project officials in one of the several roads construction projects he has visited since taking over at the Ministry last December.
Rural women farmers from across Tanzania show their charter of demands specifically on women’s access to and control over their land to Acting Commissioner for Land within Ministry for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Mary Makondo on Wednesday in Dar es Salaam.
Droughts and floods contribute to food insecurity in Tanzanian villages. A study says that climate change is making households cut meals to two a day. An expert calls for drought-resistant crops such as yam and sorghum to be grown.
a multi-billion shillings bridge under construction. the government may play a critical role in enhancing local contractors’ performance by adopting a clause demanding a partnership between local and foreign contractors’ in undertaking a big magnitude project like this.
Director General for the Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Dr Hassan Mshinda (RIGHT) insists on a point on the importance of GM white maize research being undertaken by the government at Makutupora confined field trial in Dodoma Region. Left is Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) Project’s Country Coordinator, Dr Alois Kullaya.