From left: Chadema MP Halima Mdee (Kawe) in tête-à-tête with Zitto Kabwe (Kigoma Urban-ACT Wazalendo) in Parliament debating chamber just before a session in Dodoma yesterday. Looking on is Esther Bulaya (Bunda Urban-Chadema). PHOTO | EMMANUEL HERMAN
Thirteen people including musicians Khalid Mohamed alias TID and Rachel Josephat alias Recho were yesterday put under court and police supervision over their alleged involvement in illicit drugs. This came after the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court granted an application in which the Republic sought an order for the suspects to execute bonds and sureties for good behaviour. Seated from left are: Anna Patrick (Tunda), Winnifreda Josephat (Recho) and Joan Johannes. PHOTO | SAID KHAMIS
EDUCATION: 78-year-old man proves that there is no end to learning as he joins Standard One
Mzee Nyamohanga Gesabo and fellow pupils listen to a teacher at Makerero Primary School in Kebeyo Village in Mbogi Ward, Tarime District. PHOTOI WAITARA MENG’ANYI.
Chadema chairman Freeman Mbowe (centre) is accompanied by party officials as they get out of the Central Police Station yesterday where they had gone to visit party’s chief lawyer Tundu Lissu in Dar es Salaam, yesterday. PHOTO | OMAR FUNGO
GOODBYE: For 37 years, the senior commissioner has served the Prisons wholeheartedly
Warders on send-off parade for Singida Prison senior commissioner Agatha Komba, who retired on Sunday after serving for 37 years. PHOTO | ANDREW GASPER
From left: Opposition lawmakers Cecil Mwambe (Ndanda), Maulid Mtulia (Kinondoni), Zitto Kabwe (Kigoma Urban) and Godwin Mollel (Siha) walk out of the debating chamber in Dodoma yesterday. PHOTO | EMMANUEL HERMAN
EKING OUT A LIVING: Women sell food to support their families at a mine site in Kahama District
Food vendors wait for customers at a mine in Kahama District. The enterprising women mostly target mine workers.
PHOTO | SHIJA FELICIAN