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76. MPs want section of BRT road open to motorists
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Committee on Infrastructure have asked the government to reconsider the design of a stretch of road between Bibi Titi Mohamed Road and Sokoine Drive to allow other vehicles to pass on the road rather than those to be operated through the bus rapid transit.
 
77. Moshi set to get WB grant for roads rehabilitation
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  A WORLD Bank (WB) contractor based in Uganda - Upimac Company has highly lauded the Moshi Municipal Council for its impressive and elaborate self-assessment and recommended that it deserved WB grant under the “Urban Local Government Strengthening Programme.”
 
78. Fastjet manager nabbed for 'bullying'
  Thursday, March 21, 2013  by Admin
  THE Manager of Fastjet cabin crew has been arrested for allegedly bullying one of the company’s workers at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA), the police have confirmed.
 
79. Dar police gun down two suspected robbers
  Tuesday, August 25, 2009  by Admin
  Police in Dar es Salaam have killed two suspected bandits who are believed to have been involved in the robbery incident at the National Microfinance Bank (NMB) Temeke branch at the end of last month and arrested eleven others.

Dar es Salaam Special Zone Police Commander Suleiman Kova told journalists yesterday that the two died in a shoot-out with the police when they attempted to arrest them.

 
80. Mkakati wa Tume ya Utumishi kutoa elimu kwa waajiri
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
 
MAADHIMISHO ya siku ya Utumishi wa Umma barani Afrika, mwaka huu yamefanyika Jijini Dar es Salaam, kuanzia Juni 16-19. Maadhimisho hayo, yalikwenda sambamba na yale ya kitaifa yaliyofanyika katika viwanja Mnazi Mmoja kuanzia Juni 16-23.
 
81. Uhusiano wa Kenya, Tanzania wazidi kuimarika
  Friday, July 17, 2009  by Admin
  UHUSIANO kati ya Kenya na Tanzania uko imara na ziara ya siku mbili ya Rais Mwai Kibaki hapa nchini imezidi kuimarisha uhusiano baina ya nchi hizi mbili.
 
82. Switzerland all ready to help on EPA funds
  Friday, April 04, 2008  by Admin
  Switzerland has offered to help the Bank of Tanzania get back any money swindled from its external payment arrears (EPA) account and moved to the European country. "Corruption is a development killer and we are committed to helping the Tanzanian government recover any money that was illegally gained and may have been moved abroad, including to my country," said the newly arrived Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania.
 
83. President Jakaya Kikwete trims cabinet size
  Thursday, February 14, 2008  by Admin
  President Jakaya Kikwete has announced a new cabinet, saying he had merged some ministries so as to reduce size of the government. He appointed 26 cabinet ministers from the previous 29 and 21 deputies from the previous 31, making a total of 47 ministers from the previous 61.
 
84. Training on Budget Analysis
  Tuesday, February 05, 2008  by Admin
  REPOA invites members of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) involved in policy processes such as planning, monitoring and evaluation and advocacy to a training workshop on Budget Analysis. This workshop will enhance the capacity of CSOs to analyse and understand the Budget and the Government’s processes that impact on the allocation and utilisation of resources.
 
85. President Kikwete Launches Second Phase of Public Sector Reforms
  Monday, February 04, 2008  by Admin
  Tanzania has launched the second phase of its public sector reforms, having unearthed more than 7,000 ghost workers in the first phase and removed them from its payroll. During the launch of the Public Service Reform Programme II (PRSP II), President Jakaya Kikwete said reforms under the Civil Service Reform Programme I focused on cost containment and restructuring of the government with the overall aim of having a small and affordable government.
 
86. Take Looters to Court or Forget Aid, Donors Tell Dar
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  Tanzania government is under pressure to turn the screw on firms and individuals that defrauded the central bank through receipt of dubious payments. Already the government has shown bank of Tanzania Governor Daudi Balali the door, but donors are now demanding legal action against those implicated, and threatening to freeze aid.
 
87. 11bn set aside to boost governance
  Tuesday, December 11, 2007  by Admin
  The Millennium Challenge Corporation Account Threshold has set aside more than 11 billion/- for a two-year programme to curb corruption and strengthen the rule of law and good governance in Tanzania. The US Ambassador to Tanzania, Mark Green, broke the news in Dar es Salaam when talking to reporters at the launch of the multi-media campaign aimed at increasing public awareness on the new law on corruption.
 
88. NACSAP II Stakeholders meeting
  Tuesday, November 27, 2007  by Admin
  The Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau has said it has come up with a device to help nab people soliciting sexual favours from women as a bribe. PCCB Director General Edward Hoseah made the revelation to journalists at an occasion to unveil the enhanced National Anti-corruption Strategy and Action Plan (NACSAP II) in Dar es Salaam yesterday.
 
89. Missing Links in Community Development
  Monday, November 19, 2007  by Admin
  A survey has been conducted in Olkokola, Ilkurot and Lemong'o villages in Arusha to explain why communities are economically underdeveloped. Findings shed light on the missing links in the efforts to alleviate poverty among grassroots communities in rural areas. The survey assessed (i) availability of resources that are under the jurisdiction of the village governments as one of the requirements for economic development in the communities, (ii) the effectiveness of the village government systems as a basis for mobilizing resources for development, (iii) relevance of the expertise for economic development that members of the rural communities possess.
 
90. World Bank Approves U.S. $40 Million for Performance Results and Accountability Project
  Thursday, October 04, 2007  by Admin
  The World Bank Board of Executive Directors on September 27, approved an International Development Association credit of US$40 million for the Government of Tanzania's Performance Results and Accountability Project (PRAP).
 

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