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    Mambo ya Mto wa Mbu mkoani Manyara hayo...

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    Mining industry in Tanzania will continue to face various challenges as the country witnesses a growing minerals industry albeit at a slower pace.

    According to a report released by the Tanzania Chamber of Minerals and Energy (TCME) during its 18th annual general meeting, the anticipated several new major mines to be brought into production in the next five years, will change the mining sector landscape in terms of the sector’s contribution to the Tanzanian’s economy.

     Releasing the report in Dar es Salaam recently, TCME Chairman Joseph Kahama said the new mines will result in a substantial increase in the number of Tanzanians employed in the sector, in government revenues, and will see improvements in the infrastructure and social services in areas related to those mines.
     “Depending on fiscal policies and regulatory frameworks and mineral commodity prices it is anticipated that several new major mines will be brought into production in the next five years or so. Once they start operating Tanzania will see a major economic transformation,” he said

     Mr. Kahama mentioned one of the anticipated mines to start operations soon to be the Mantra’s Mkuju River project, where he noted that there has been intense debate in the country about the development of uranium mines due to fears associated with the inherent radioactive nature of the mineral.

    “It would be worth noting that globally as at November 2012, there were about 434 nuclear power reactors. According to the World Nuclear Association, there will be 650 nuclear reactors operating by 2032.
    “Accordingly, yearly reactor related uranium requirements worldwide are forecast to rise to between 98,000 tonnes and 136,000 tonnes of uranium by 2035.

    “This presents a great opportunity for uranium developers in the country as there will be a ready market for the concentrate (yellow cake),” said Mr Kahama.
     In the meantime, both Mantra and Uranex have been engaging the public in awareness campaigns on the facts of Uranium mining in the surrounding communities and far beyond. With these exciting developments, Tanzania will soon be joining the league of African Uranium producing countries.
    Mantra’s Mkuju River project in southern Tanzania had an updated resource of 119.4 million pounds of uranium.

    According to Mantra Tanzania's Managing Director Asa Mwaipopo, it will take a two-year period for completing construction work before they could start to produce uranium oxide, and placing Tanzania at number three in Africa in uranium production after Niger and Namibia.

    In the sidline of the meeting, Mwaipopo mentioned that the project will provide direct and indirect cash flows in Tanzania in excess of $640 million and will provide foreign direct investment (FDI) in excess of $1 billion or equivalent to 4.76 percent of Tanzania's GDP.

    Statistics from the TCME report shows that between 1997 and 2011 a total of USD 10.1 Billion worth of minerals were sold by Chamber members, compared to only USD 16.0 million in 1997. The minerals include gold, diamonds, silver, copper and tanzanite.

    During 2011, USD 178.6 million was paid as royalties and statutory taxes to the government, while in the same year, community development initiatives amounted to USD 1.51 million compared to USD 1.96 the previous year.

    Employment in the formal mines increased from 1781 in 1997 to about 15,000 in 2011 and expected to increase as potential new mines are constructed.

    In 2011 TCME members spent a total of USD 441.5 million for local procurement of goods and services compared to USD 440.9 million in 2010, whilesalaries paid from mining operations to Tanzanian employees amounted to USD 87.3 million compared to USD 91.6 million in 2010.

    The statistics provide to a large extent the tangible fiscal and social benefits that accrue to the Tanzanian economy which enables government to deliver on important development projects.

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    Camera ya Globu ya jamii imeinasa taswira hii hivi karibuni ndani ya kijiji cha Matombo wilaya ya Morogoro vijijini ,mkoani Morogoro,ikiwa imehasika zaidi katika suala zima la mfumo wa dijitali.

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     Mhe. Waziri wa Fedha Dkt. Wiliam Mgimwa akitia saini kitabu cha wageni kwenye Ubalozi wa Jamhuri ya Tanzania, Washington, DC Jumamosi April 20, 2013 baada ya Ubalozi kumualika kwenye chakula cha yeye na ujumbe wake.
     Kaimu Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Marekani, Mhe. Lily Munanka akiamuangalia Mhe. Waziri wa Fedha Dkt.  Wiliam Mgimwa akitia saini kitabu cha wageni, Ubalozi wa tanzania nchini Marekani uliopo Washington, DC.
    Kutoka kushoto ni Afisa Ubalozi Suleiman Saleh, Mhe. Waziri wa Fedha Dkt. Wiliam Mgimwa, Kaimu Balozi Mhe. Lily Munanka na Afisa Ubalozi Paul Mwafongo katika picha ya pamoja na Mhe. Waziri

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    On April 20, 2013 The Green Team from U.S. Embassy Dar es Salaam joined the NGO Voice Giving to clean the Mwenge bus stand. The event included over 40 volunteers from Voice Giving and other partner organizations as well as members of the U.S. Embassy Community. Voice Giving is a Tanzanian NGO founded by seven alumni of the U.S. Bold Leaders program. The organizations seeks to empower and encourage Tanzanians from all walks of life by making them aware of the importance of conserving the environment and their role in keeping the environment clean and safe for residents of Dar es Salaam. (Photo courtesy of the American Embassy)


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    HUYU NDIO DIAMOND THE PLATNUMZZ akiwarusha wakazi wa Mji wa Morogoro na Vitongoji vyake hapo jana kwenye mkutano wa CCM....!

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      President Dr.Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete welcomes former Mozambican President and SADC mediator for Madagascar  , Joachim Chissano at Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel during the opening ceremony for the 368th Ministerial Meeting of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union.
     President Dr.Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete delivers his speech during the opening ceremony for the Ministerial Meeting of the Peace and Security of the African Union held in Dar es Salaam this morning.
     A cross section of the delegates and dignitaries who attended the opening ceremony for the Ministerial Meeting of the Peace and Security of the African Union held in Dar es Salaam this morning.
     President Dr.Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete(Centre) in a group picture with some delegates who attended the opening ceremony of the Ministerial Meeting of the Peace and Security of the African Union held in Dar es Salaam this morning.(photo by Freddy Maro.).

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     Mwenyekiti wa Taasisi ya Wanawake na Maendeleo, WAMA, na  Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akiwahutubia  mamia ya wananchi waliohudhuria kwenye sherehe za uzinduzi rasmi wa wiki ya chanjo nchini iliyofanyika kitaifa huko Mlandizi , Mkoani Pwani tarehe 22.4.2013.
     Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akimpatia chanjo ya motto Haula Mlondwa ,miezi 6, kutoka katika kijiji cha Vigwaza, wilayani Kibaha, ikiwa ni uzinduzi rasmi wa wiki ya chanjo kitaifa iliyoadhimishwa huko Mlandizi tarehe 22.4.2013.
     Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akizungumza na akinamama na akina baba waliowaleta watoto wao kwa ajili ya chanjo wakati wa uzinduzi rasmi wa wiki ya chanjo kitaifa iliyofanyika huko Mlandizi, wilayani Kibaha tarehe 22.4.2013.
     Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akifurahi na mtoto Haula Mlondwa, mwenye umri wa miezi  6 ambaye aliletwa kwenye sherehe za uzinduzi wa wiki ya chanjo kitaifa huko Mlandizi, katika wilaya ya Kibaha, na baba yake mzazi Bwana Mlondwa Omar , mkazi wa Vigwaza.  Mama Salma alikuwa mgeni rasmi katika uzinduzi huo tarehe 22.4.2013.  Bwana Mlondwa Omar alikuwa ni miongozi mwa wanaume wawili tu walioweza kuwaleta watoto wadogo kwenye chanjo wakiambatana na wake zao.
     Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikweteakipata maelezo kutoka kwa Mtaalam wa maabara wa kituo cha afya cha Mlandizi ,wilayani Kibaha katika mkoa wa Pwani, Bwana Sostenes  Nyang’olo, jinsi ya kuchukua vipimo vya damu na makohozi kutoka kwa wagonjwa wakati wa uzinduzi wa wiki ya chanjo kitaifa iliyofanyika huko Mlandizi tarehe 22.4.2013.
     Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akifuatana na Naibu Waziri wa Afya na Ustawi wa Jamii Mheshimiwa Dr. Seif Rashid wakishiriki kuimba na kikundi cha kwaya cha Anglican Compassion kutoka Bagamoyo wakati wa uzinduzi rasmi wa chanjo kitaifa ulifanyika katika kijiji cha Mlandizi  tarehe 22.4.2013.
      Viongozi, wageni na wananchi  mbalimbali waliohudhuria sherehe za uzinduzi wa wiki ya chanjo kitaifa kwa watoto wenye umri wa chini ya mwaka mmoja iliyofanyika katika uwanja wa shule ya Msingi Mtongani iliyoko Mlandizi katika wilaya ya Kibaha tarehe 22.4.2013. 
    PICHA NA JOHN LUKUWI.

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     Gavana wa Benki Kuu ya Tanzania Prof. Benno Ndulu akijibu hoja kwa ujumbe wa Benki ya Dunia huku Waziri wa Fedha Mhe. Dkt. Wiliam Mgimwa akimsikiliza kwa makini.
     Kutoka kushoto ni Meneja wa Ubinafsishaji Sekta ya Maendeleo kanda ya Afrika Bi. Irina Astra Khan, Mkurugenzi wa Mipango na Uratibu kanda ya Afrika Bw. Jan Walliser akijibu hoja katika majadiliano hayo. Kulia ni Mwakilishi mkazi wa Benki ya Dunia Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda na Burundi Bw. Philippe Dongier akisikiliza kwa makini.
    Kutoka kushoto ni Meneja wa Ubinafsishaji Sekta ya Maendeleo kanda ya Afrika Bi. Irina Astra Khan, Mkurugenzi wa Mipango na Uratibu kanda ya Afrika Bw. Jan Walliser akijibu hoja katika majadiliano hayo. Kulia ni Mwakilishi mkazi wa Benki ya Dunia Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda na Burundi Bw. Philippe Dongier akisikiliza kwa makini.
     Wafanyakazi wa Benki ya Dunia wakifuatilia majadiliano.
     Ujumbe wa Tanzania pamoja na ujumbe wa Benki ya Dunia wakijadili namna ya kuendeleza na kuboresha sekta mbalimbali zilizopewa vipaumbele kwa Tanzania ambavyo ni pamoja na Nishati, Usafirishaji na masuala mazima ya MKUKUTA.
     Kutoka kushoto ni Mchumi wa Benki Kuu ya Tanzania (BOT) Dkt. Dickson Lema, Mchumi wa BOT Bi. Haika Mbaga, Kaimu Balozi Ubalozi wa Tanzania Washington DC Bibi Lily Munanka, Kamishna wa Fedha za Nje Wizara ya Fedha Zanzibar Bi. Bihindi Nassor na Mchumi wa BOT Bi. Sauda Msemo wakifuatilia majadiliano hayo.
     Ujumbe wa Tanzania ukiongozwa na Waziri wa Fedha Mhe. Dkt. Wiliam Mgimwa akitoa ufafanuzi wa vipaumbele kwa ujumbe wa Benki ya Dunia.
     Kutoka kushoto ni Mchumi wa Wizara ya Fedha Bw. Patrick Pima, Naibu Katibu Mtendaji Ofisi ya Rais Tume ya Mipango Prof.  Longinus Rutasitara, Afisa Mwambata anayeratibu masuala ya uchumi, biashara na uwezeshaji ya Benki ya Dunia na Shirika la Fedha la Kimataifa Bw. Paul Mwafongo wakiandika majadiliano hayo.   
     Kutoka kushoto ni Mkurugenzi wa Mipango na Uratibu kanda ya Afrika Bw. Jan Walliser, Meneja wa Social Protection kanda ya Afrika Bi. Lynne D-Sherburne – Benz na baadhi ya wafanyakazi wa Benki ya Dunia wakifuatilia majadiliano hayo.


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  • 04/22/13--20:00: Ngoma azipendazo Ankal

  • Hadi leo Samba Mapangala na Orchestra Virunga hajachuja na ngoma yake ya 'Vunja Mifupa'

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  • 04/22/13--20:00: ngoma azipendazo Ankal
  • Vijana wa Les Wanyika hawatosahaulika na ngoma yao bomba ya 'Afro'

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  • 04/22/13--20:11: Article 10


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    * Yakamilisha ukarabati wa vyumba vya madarasa Chunya 
    * Kunufaisha zaidi ya wanafunzi 200 

    Uchakavu wa miundombinu ya shule hasa za msingi nchini ikiwemo vyumba vya madarasa ni moja ya chanzo kikuu kinachodhoofisha mahudhurio ya wanafunzi na hivyo kusababisha matokeo yasiyoridhsiha Aidha katika kusaidia taifa kukabiliana na changamoto hiyo kampuni ya Vodacom Tanzania kupitia Mfuko wake wa kusaidia jamii wa Vodacom Foundation imeendelea kutoa mchango kwa jamii kwa kuhakikisha shule zinakuwa na miundombinu yenye kuhusiha wanafunzi kufundishika na pia kupenda shule. 

    Mwishoni mwa wiki Vodacom Foundation ilikabidhi vyumba vitatu vya darasa katika shule ya Msingi Mkwajuni iliyopo katika kijiji cha Mkwajuni Wilaya ya Chunya Mkoa wa Mbeya baada ya kuvifanyia marekebisho makubwa ambavyo yanatazamiwa kupunguza tatizo la utoro shuleni hapo. Aidha imekabidhi pia na madawati 30 Vyumba Hivyo vitatumika kwa ajili ya wanafunzi zaidi ya 200 wa darasa la nne na la tano shuleni hapo . 
    "Tumekuwa na changamoto kubwa ya wanafunzi kutopenda kuja shuleni na hii inasababishwa na shule kuwa na miundombinu chakavu isiyowapa ari ya kusoma wanafunzi na pia kukosekana wka huduma ya chakula cha machana hapa shuleni."Alisema Mwalimu Mkuu Msaidizi wa Shule hiyo Florence Simsokwe wakati akipokea vyumba hivyo vya madarasa mwishoni mwa wiki. 
    Aidha Mwalimu Simsokwe ametumia fursa hiyo kutoa rai kwa wanakijiji cha Mkwajuni kuona thamani ya vyumba Hivyo ambavyo kwa sasa vipo katika mwonekano na njia pekekee ya kufanya Hivyo ni kulinda mwonekano huo kama sehemu ya kuonesha shukrana na kuwapa moyo wahisani zaidi kujitokeza kuendelea kuiboresha shuel hiyo.
     "Tangu madarasa haya yalipoanza kukarabatiwa wanafunzi wamekuwa na shauku kubwa kuanza kuyatumia na hili limekuwa faraja kwetu Hivyo ni wazi kwamba yatatusaidia kuongeza kiwango cha mahudhurio shuleni na hatiame kuongeza ufaulu."Aliongeza Mwalimu Simsokwe.
     Akipokea vyumba Hivyo kutoka Vodacom Foundation na baadae kuvikabidhi kwa uongozi wa shule kwa niaba ya Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Chunya, Katibu Tawala wa Wilaya hiyo Sosthenes Mayoka amesema kukabidhiwa kwa madarasa hayo ni hatua moja ila hatua muhimu ni kuhakikisha matunzo yake ili yatoe tija. "Mdarasa mazuri ya aina hii huvutia mahudhurio Hivyo ni lazima wazazi wawe tayari kusaidia hatua za haraka kufanyia amtengenezo mara tu tatizo linapojitokeza na kabla halijawa kubwa na kugharimu kiasi kikubwa cha fedha. Kwa njia hiyo madarasa haya yatadumu." Alisema Mayoka 
    Amesema juhudi zinazooneshwa na Vodacom katika kusaidia jamii zinaendana na imani ya serikali kwamba changamoto katika sekta ya Elimu nchini zinahitaji Nguvu ya Pamoja kati ya serikali, wahisani, walimu na wazazi.
     Kwa upande wake Mkuu wa Vodacom Foundation Yessaya Mwakifulefule amesema kazi iliyofanywa shuleni hapo na mfuko huo ni sehemu ya utekelezaji wa azma ya Vodacom kusaidia kuboresha amzingira ya shule kwa lengo la kuhuisha watoto kusoma vizri na hatiame kufaulu.
     "Leo tunakabidhi vyumba vya madarasa hapa Mkwajuni Shule ya Msingi ila kazi hii imekuwa ikifanyika nchi nzima kwa kujenga vyumba vipya vya madarasa, kukarabati na kuwezesha Teknolojia ya Habari na Mawasiliano shuleni.
     "Tunajiskia furaha kuwekeza katika jamii kwa kiwango ambacho kinaleta tofauti kubwa sana kati yetu na makampuni mengine ya biashara hapa nchini. Leo nanyi mnakuwa mashuhuda wa utofauti wetu na wengine, Vodacom sio tu inaongoza soko katika utoaji wa huduma bora bali pia namna tunavyojali wanaotuzunguka"Aliongeza Mwakifulefule.
     Vodacom Foundation imetumia kiasi cha Sh 500 Milioni kusaidia sekta ya elimu nchini katika kipindi cha mwaka 2012/ 2013 ikiwemo msaada huo wa Mkwajuni Shule ya Msingi.
     Meneja Uhusiano wa Nje wa Vodacom Tanzania Salum Mwalim (katikati) akibadilishana mawazo na Mkuu wa Vodacom Foundation Yessaya Mwakifulefule (kulia) na Katibu wa Mbunge wa Songwe Agapito Kilongozi kabla ya kuanza kwa hafla ya makabidhiano ya vyumba vitatu vya madarasa katika shule ya msingi Mkwajuni Wilayani Chunya mwishoni mwa wiki.
     Katibu Tawala Wilaya ya Chunya Sosthenes Mayoka akikabidhi funguo za vyumba vitatu vya madarasa kwa Mwalimu Mkuu Msaidizi wa Shule ya Msingi Mkwajuni Wilayani Chunya baada ya kufanyiwa ukarabati mkubwa na Vodacom Foundation. Anaeshuhudia ni Mkuu wa Vodacom Foundation Yessaya Mwakifulefule. Hafla hiyo imefanyika mwishoni mwa wiki.
     Wanafunzi wa Shule ya Msingi Mkwajuni Wilayani Chunya Mkoa wa Mbeya wakifuatilia kwa furaha hafla ya makabidhiano ya vyumba vitatu vya madarasa vilivyofanyiwa ukarabati mkubwa na Vodacom Foundation katika mikakati yake ya kuchangia maendeleo ya sekta ya elimu nchini. Hafla hiyo ilifanyika shuleni hapo mwishoni mwa wiki iliyoongozwa na Katibu Tawala wa Wilaya ya Chunya Sosthenes Mayoka.
     Wanafunzi wakifurahia madarasa mapya
    Meneja Uhusiano wa Nje wa Vodacom Tanzania Salum Mwalim akiwa na wanafunzi wa darasa la sita wa shule ya msingi Mkwajuni Wilayani Chunya Jackson Anthon (kulia) na mwenzake Erica Agustino. Wanafunzi hao walijibu kwa ufasaha maswali ya ufahamu wa huduma za Vodacom ya Cheka nao na M-pesa wakati wa hafla ya makabidhinao ya vyumba vitatu vya madarasa vilivyokarabitiwa na Vodacom Foundation. Vodacom Foundation imeahidi kuwapatia wanafunzi hao vifaa vya shule, sare na vitabu vya kiada kwa ajili ya darasa la sita na la saba.

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    Dear Members,

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support extended to the Squash Section, especially during the renovation and upgrade of the squash courts.

    The time has now come today, that we are proud to announce that all squash courts have been renovated and upgraded at the Squash Section and a Squash Coach has finally anchored at the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club.

    The Club and the Squash Section is investing a lot to promote and develop squash for our members.

    The Squash Section has therefore devised the following squash programmes:

    1)     Squash Training Programme (for Beginners & Intermediate Players); and

     2)     Squash Drilling & Practice Programme (for Intermediate and Advanced Squash Players)


    The Hand Note with details of the Squash Training Programme will be circulated to you shortly. Should you require any information or further clarification please contact the Secretary on dgcsquash@gmail.com.

    In order to implement the above 2 squash programmes, a full time Squash Coach has been employed by the Club. Mr. Enos Mwale, who is from Zambia and is currently Seeded as the No. 2 Seed in the National Mens Squash Rankings in Zambia.

    I urge all members to take full advantage of this opportunity and to maximize the benefits you can gain from the Squash Training Programme and the Squash Drilling Programme. Both programmes are highly subsidized by the Club.

    Members are reminded and requested to ensure that they obtain receipts immediately for all payments made to the Squash Section whether it is Monthly Court Fees, Daily Court Fees (as in the case for non-members), Squash Training Programme Fees or Squash Drilling Fees with the Coach.

    I also appeal to all members to register themselves to participate in the Ladders League as this is very important for the participation of our Club in future local, regional and international tournaments. The Ladders League will be a 2-month programme which will commence in 2 May 2013. Deadline for registration is 30th April 2013.

    For Non-Member squash players who would be interested to join the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club, the Squash Section will support and expedite membership applications.

    The Squash Section is forging ahead with its Squash Vision Plan for 2013 and we look forward to the continued support from all Members.

    Before I end my message, I would like record and appreciate on behalf of the Squash Section, the support from the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Management Committee, especially the Chairman of the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club, Mr. Dioniz Malinzi, who has supported the squash section in full capacity and at the same time has personally sponsored 3 months’ salary for the Squash Coach.

    Thank you very much!


    Akil Hirji

    Captain

    Squash Section

    Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club


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  • 04/22/13--21:00: KIJIWE CHA UGHAIBUNI
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    Waziri Mkuu wa Mstaafu na Mbunge wa Jimbo la Monduli,Mh. Edward Lowassa akipokea tuzo kutoka kwa Askofu wa Kanisa la Overcomers, Dk. Boaz Sollo alipohudhuria harambee ya ujenzi wa kanisa hilo na kituo cha redio mkoani Iringa,hivi karibuni.
    Waziri Mkuu wa Mstaafu na Mbunge wa Jimbo la Monduli,Mh. Edward Lowassa akionyesha tuzo aliyopewa na Askofu wa Kanisa la Overcomers, Dk. Boaz Sollo (kushoto) alipohudhuria harambee ya ujenzi wa kanisa hilo na kituo cha redio mkoani Iringa, hivi karibuni. Kulia ni Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Iringa,Mh. Christine Ishengoma.

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