Dodoma. The Tanzanian government will continue fighting against prostitution and homosexuality as the conducts remain illegal according to the laws of the land. The Deputy Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Dr Hamisi Kigwangalla, said on Friday, September 15, 2017 that police will continue with operations aimed at identifying and arresting owners of brothels.
Dodoma. A total of 1.1 million households have so far received grants amounting to Sh521.9 billion through the Tanzania Social Action Fund (Tasaf) that works towards eradicating poverty in the country. The Minister of State in the President's Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), Ms Angela Kairuki, told Parliament on Friday, September 15, 2017 that the registered households had about five million members. She was responding to a question by Ms RittaKabati (Special Seats-CCM).
Dodoma. Parliamentary Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security Committee has failed to submit report on security concerns as directed by Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr Job Ndugai. Mr Ndugai ordered the team to submit its report before the end of the two-week parliamentary meeting.
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