Information as life blood of tourism business in Zanzibar

The tourism is defined by the United Nations World Tourism Organization as travel that involves staying away from normal place of residence for at least one night but not for ever a year in a person’s own country or abroad, with the purpose other than a permanent paid activity at the destination. There are several […]

We Need to Look Harder for TUBERCULOSIS (TB)

HEALTH: Before COVID-19 came along, tuberculosis (TB) was a primary focus of health authorities in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2019,approximately 1.4 million people were diagnosed with TB in the region, but epidemiologists estimated that 1 million more had TB but were neither diagnosed nor treated. The scope and intensity of the global TB epidemic is fueled […]

President Samia Hints At Major Cabinet Reshuffle

LOCAL NEWS: President Samia Suluhu Hassan has on Tuesday January 4, hinted at cabinet reshuffle eight months after she made the first mini-reshuffle following her ascendancy to power in March 2021. She said the intention is to go with like-minded people who care about the development of Tanzania and not those who are speculating and […]

Do You Know Pharmaceutical Business On COVID-19?

HEALTH: In modern age the demands of human beings are increasing day by day and to meet these demands one has to do some kind of work to earn money, that means he will have to keep himself busy in performing business activities. The term “business” literally means to remain busy in some kind of […]

EU Official: Omicron To Be Dominant Variant By Mid-January

HEALTH: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said Wednesday that omicron is expected to be the dominant coronavirus variant in the 27-nation bloc by mid-January. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen arrives for a meeting of the College of Commissioners, in Strasbourg, France, Tuesday, Dec. 14 2021. The College will discuss on a […]

WHO: Africa Might Miss 70% Vaccination Goal Until Late 2024

HEALTH: The African continent might not reach the target of vaccinating 70% of its 1.3 billion population against COVID-19 until the second half of 2024, a target many of the world’s richer countries have already met, the World Health Organization said Tuesday. The warning comes as the world faces a new surge in cases driven […]

WHO Predicts Syringe Shortage in 2022

HEALTH: According to a new report of the World Health Organization(WHO), there could be a global syringe shortage of around two billion next year.   The shortage may come up due to the worldwide COVID-19 vaccine campaigns. Over 7.25 billion doses have been administered around the globe, as per the AFP. It is double the […]

COVID pandemic could go a year longer than expected: WHO

HEALTH: The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday said that the coronavirus pandemic will “go on for a year longer than it needs to” because poorer countries were not getting the vaccines, BBC reported. The publication quoted Dr Bruce Aylward, senior leader at the WHO, said it meant the COVID crisis could “easily drag on deep into 2022”, as less […]

Global Debt Jumps to Record $226 trn: IMF

BUSINESS: Due to the COVID-19 and policies put in place to respond to it, the global debt has jumped to a new high of $226 trillion. International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday. Advanced economies and China contributed more than 90% to the accumulation of world-wide debt in 2020.The remaining emerging economies and low-income developing countries […]

Inequality hurting Recovery, Says IMF

WORLD: The global economics bounceback from the COVID-19 crisis will downshift this year as countries struggle with rising prices, high debt loads and divergent recoveries in which poor nations are slipping behind wealthier ones, the leader of the IMF warned on Tuesday. While the Washington-based crisis lender has hundreds of billions of dollars in new […]