The Secretary of the council of Islamic organization in Tanzania Sheikh Issa Ponda (L), LEGAL and Human Rights Center (LHRC) executive director (R) pictured together yesterday at LHCR head office as they released conditions urging the government to set free or provide justice in regard to the right in defense in court the remandee Muslim clerics and the family of the late Sheikh Said Ulatule (80).
Tanzania LPG Association chairman AramanBenoite (R),who is also Oryx Gas Tanzania managing director, in discussion with gas stakeholders shortly after his welcoming remarks at an International East Africa LPG Expo workshop held in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Photo: Guardian Photographer
Finance and Planning minister Dr Mwigulu Nchemba (C) and France Development Agency (AFD) Country director Céline Robert (L) signs an agreement worth 272.6Bn/- for Kakono waterfall electricity project in Kagera Region. The signing ceremony was held in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Right is the Minister of State in Zanzibar President’s Office Finance and Planning, Dr Saada Mkuya Salum. Photo: Guardian Correspondent
Nipashe newspaper deputy managing editor Epson Luhwago (2nd-L)briefs Khamisi Mbeto Khamisi, Secretary of a special committee of the CCM National Executive Committee’s Department of Ideology and Propaganda for Zanzibar, on newsroom operations. Khamisi was on a familiarisation tour of The Guardian Ltd (TGL) offices in Dar es Salaam yesterday. With them are Nipashe newspaper managing editor Beatrice Bandawe (R) and TGL print manager Balasubramaniyan Venkadachalan. Photo: Correspondent Miraji Msala
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy, Engineer Felchesmi Mramba addresses the participants of a two- day national clean cooking stakeholders' workshop held in Dodoma yesterday. Others include the World Food Programme (WFP), Country Director and Representative, Sarah Gordon-Gibson (2nd R) and the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) Senior Finance Specialist/CookFund, Imanuel Muro (R). The event was hosted by WFP and UNCDF in close collaboration with the Ministry of Energy. Photo: Guardian Correspondent.