According to the Minister for Industry and Trade Joseph Kakunda, who made this known recently, the government would also take over 33 others this May, if they failed to submit their investment reports.
The Minister expressed worry over the distress situation of 68 enterprises, amone which some have already closed shop.
Some time in March, the Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Constantine Kanyasu , warned that the government would take over some privatized hotels and lodges over alleged mismanagement and poor handling of tourists and visitors.
"The ownership of the hotels will be shifted to other investors who are ready to manage them in the interest of promoting tourism," Kanyasu stated.
20 years ago, the government privatized 176 public firms under the World Bank-funded Presidential Parastatal Sector Reform Commission (PSRC).
Medical Stores Department(MSD) in Tanzania is set to commence the delivery of medical services and drugs to remote parts of the country through drones.
Thsi disclosure was made byt the MSD Director, Laurean Bwanakunu, in a chat with journlaists.
“We will soon announce tender for the company that will enter into agreement with MSD to supply the drones''.Bwanakunu also stated that a pilot project which enables drug-dropping drones to transport life saving blood and medical supplies to Ukerewe Island of Lake Victoria, was already on course.
- By solomon2day
- On 10/08/2018
The prices of Chicken has gone up in Dar es Salaam Tanzania as a result of its shortage.
At Chicken markets such as Kisutu, Tegeta, Ilala and Shekilango prices of Chicken was increased by almost 40 per cent in the last three months.The retail prices for chickens is now Sh7,000 and Sh8,000 up from an average of Sh6,000, this is however dependent on the weight of the chicken,while wholesale prices have also risen to an average of Sh7,500 per chicken from Sh5,500.
The Tanzanian Government has assured that it will recruit 10, 140 Teachers by June this year.
The government gave this assurance through Deputy Minister of state in the President's office(Regional Administration and Local Government)Mr. Joseph Kakunda, when he appeared before the Parliament.
''These will be employed, come June this year'', Mr. Kakunda assured.
Mr. Kakunda also disclosed that the certificates of those shorlisted was presently been screened by the National Examination Council of Tanzania(NECTA).