Education

Govt urged to listen to teachers, the budget approved

The government of Tanzania has been urged to sit down and listen what teachers want as the way of resolving the ongoing conflict between the two parties. Contributing in the 2012 Ministry of Education and Vocational Training budget in the Assembly, CHADEMA Special Sit MP said teachers have a point in their grievances and the only way to resolve the ...

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Tanzania’s PM: We will improve Ward Schools

Tanzania’s Prime Minister, Mizengo Kayanza Peter Pinda has said the government will continue to improve Ward Schools ‘Shule za Kata’ because they have started to show positive results in education. Speaking in the Assembly this morning during special ceremony of congratulating the best 20 students in 2012 National Form Six results, Hon Pinda said although different people have been criticizing ...

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Exim Bank supports Kilakala Primary School

The Exim Bank Tanzania has donated 100 desks to Kilakala Primary School in Temeke-Dar es Salaam worth Tsh 8 Mil as the part of the bank’s unique Corporate Social Responsibility Programme of supporting different community activities. Handing desks to Kilakala Primary School Head Teacher yesterday, The Exim Board Managing Director Anthony Grant said the bank has decided to support the ...

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Govt urged to invest in Tourism colleges

The government of United Republic of Tanzania has been urged to invest in Tourism colleges so as to produce graduates who will be competent in serving the tourism sector. Speaking in the Assembly this afternoon the CHADEMA Special Sit legislator, Lucy Owenya said governments of other countries have been providing funds to their national tourism colleges in order to produce ...

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CWT faults the PM on teachers’ exclusion in census

One day after the Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda explanation that the government has not excluded teachers in supervision of 2012 census to be held on 26Th this month, the President of Chama cha Walimu Tanzania (CWT), Gratian Mukoba has criticized the answer. In a press conference conducted at CWT Headquarters in Dar es Salaam, Gratian Mukoba said the teachers’ Union ...

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Tanzania’s teachers encouraged not to give up

Chama cha Walimu Tanzania (CWT) ‘Tanzania Teachers Union’ has encouraged teachers not to give up in their rights’ ‘fight’ against the government despite different threats which have been set. Speaking to in2Eastafrica.net reporter on the exclusion of teachers as census clerks and senior clerks in 2012 census, CWT Secretary General, Ezekiel Oluoch said although the government has been using some ...

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Tanzania Govt stand on teachers’ strike criticized

The government of United Republic of Tanzania has been criticized for the decision which seems as the catalyst on the ongoing teachers’ strike. Different Dar es Salaam citizens who spoke with Mlimani TV showed their dissatisfaction on a way the government via President, Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete responded to the teachers. “I don’t think if this is how we solve problems ...

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