Habari za uchawi: 'Gongagonga' afumwa akimlawiti mume wa mtu

POLISI mkoani Dodoma inamshikilia kijana mmoja wa umri wa miaka 17 kwa tuhuma za kumlawiti mwanamume mwenzake kwa njia za kishirikiana.

Kijana huyo mkazi wa Chali, Isanga aliyejulikana kwa jina la Maneno Ngo’nda na ambaye ni maarufu kama ‘gonga gonga”, alikamatwa majira ya saa 6:00 usuiku kwenye kijiji hicho baada ya kufumwa akifanya kitedo hicho. Kamanda wa polisi mkoani hapa, Zelothe Stephen alisema kijana huyo, ambaye aliwahi kukamatwa kwa tuhuma za kuingilia wake za watu kwa njia za kimazingara, anaonekana kuwa na uzoefu wa kazi hiyo. Kamanda Zelothe alisema kuwa mtuhumiwa alikamatwa na wananchi waliomkuta akimlawiti mwanaume mwenye umri wa miaka 30 (jina limehifadhiwa) wa kijijini hapo. Zelothe alisema tukio hilo lilitokea wakati mtu huyo alipokuwa amelala na mkewe na kwamba mtuhumiwa alimtoa kitandani na kumshusha chini na kumfanyia kitendo hicho. Kwa mujibu wa Zelothe baada ya mke wa mtu huyo kuamka na kumkosa mumewe kitandani aliwasha taa na kumkuta mtuhumiwa akiendelea na kitendo hicho ndipo alipopiga kelele kuomba msaada.

Akihojiwa kuhusu tukio hilo mtuhumiwa alisema kuwa alifanya hivyo baada ya kuona amewamaliza wanawake wote wa kijiji hicho. Alisema anawaingilia kimazingira ya kishirikina bila kujitambua na kufanya nao tendo la ndoa bila wao kujua kitu ambacho alikiri kuwa amekuwa akikifanya mara kwa mara na hivyo wanawake wa hapo kijijini wote aliokuwa akiwapenda alishafanya nao mapenzi. "Nimewamaliza wanawake wote hapa kijijini, sasa naona kuwa imefika zamu ya wanaume na kwamba huyu niliyekamatwa nae alikuwa ndio mwanaume wa kwanza kufanya tendo hili," alisema Gongagonga.

Kamanda huyo alisema katika kesi ya awali mtuhumiwa aliachiwa huru kutokana na kukosekana kwa ushahidi wa kuthibitisha kuwa alimuingilia bila ridhaa mwanamke mmoja kijijini hapo kwa kutumia njia ya kishirikina
Imeripotiwa na Habel Chidawali, Dodoma

Fellowship by Examination 2009-2010, MAGDALEN COLLEGE, Oxford

Fellowship By Examination 2009-2010
Application Address: Oxford OX1 4AU
Telephone: +44(0)1865 276060
Location: OXFORD
Contract type: Full time
Contract term: permanent

MAGDALEN COLLEGE
Oxford
Fellowship by Examination 2009-2010

The College proposes to elect, in February 2010, one or two Fellows by Examination. Candidates should have a good Honours degree or its equivalent and have completed, or be near to completing a doctorate or other post-graduate research. They will already have demonstrated outstanding promise in their chosen field. In any event the candidate must not have completed more than four years' graduate study by 1 October 2009. There is no restriction on the number of times an applicant may apply for this post. Applications are encouraged from all countries and all Universities in all subjects.

Each Fellowship is tenable for three years at a stipend starting £19,704 per annum with increments in the second and third years. The Fellow is a member of the Governing Body of the College and is entitled to free lunches and dinners, to a research allowance, and either to free single accommodation, or to a discretionary housing allowance, currently set at £10,000 p.a. It is likely that successful candidates will be required to live within a certain radius of Oxford during the period of their appointment.

Application forms and further particulars can be obtained from the Administrative Secretary, Magdalen College, Oxford OX1 4AU (telephone: +44(0)1865 276060, e-mail: [email protected]) or to download at
http://www.magd.ox.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/7400/Fellowship-By-Examination-2009-2010.pdf
or at www.magd.ox.ac.uk/vacancies/

The closing date is Monday, 12 October 2009.

The College exists to promote excellence in education and research, and is an equal opportunities employer.

Info source: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/job

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    Australian International Student Scholarships - Postgraduate

    The University of Adelaide offers a scholarships scheme for international students undertaking postgraduate coursework study. The selection for these scholarships is extremely competitive.

    The Adelaide Postgraduate Coursework Scholarships International (APCS)

    Up to six scholarships may be available to outstanding international students from any country to undertake a postgraduate degree by coursework in any academic discipline. Benefits are payment of 50% tuition fees for up to two years.

    Applications

    • For students seeking a scholarship for postgraduate coursework study commencing in 2010, a separate application process for scholarships will be required.
    • The scholarship application process will require completion of an online form that will be available on this website on Monday 12 October 2009.
    • Applicants will be required to have already received a current unconditional offer of admission to the University of Adelaide to be considered for a scholarship.
    • Students with a conditional offer of admission must have demonstrated that they meet all the conditions of their offer, and have received acknowledgement from the International Office that their offer isunconditional, before lodging an application for a scholarship.
    • For further information about international postgraduate coursework scholarships and programs, please contact one of the University of Adelaide's International Representatives.

    Deadlines

    Students will be able to apply for an undergraduate scholarship between Monday 12 October 2009 and Saturday 31 October 2009. A link to the online form will be made available on this page on Monday 12 October 2009.
    Please remember that to be considered for a scholarship for 2010 entry, you must have an unconditional offer from the University of Adelaide for entry into an academic program for 2010 at the time of application for the scholarship. It is therefore recommended that you apply to study at the University several weeks before the closing date for scholarship applications (Saturday 31 October 2009).

    Academic eligibility

    Guide to minumum academic eligibility criteria for all University of Adelaide postgraduate coursework scholarships

    Adelaide Postgraduate Coursework Scholarship Conditions

    Eligibility conditions

    1. The Adelaide Postgraduate Coursework Scholarship (APCS) covers 50% of the tuition fee costs of a postgraduate coursework program for a maximum of two years.
    2. Scholarships will be awarded strictly on academic merit. Extra-curricular achievements will not be considered.
    3. Citizens and Permanent Residents of Australia, and citizens of New Zealand are ineligible for any of the above scholarships.
    4. Candidates who have applied for Australian permanent resident status are ineligible to apply. 

    Enrolment Conditions

    1. Scholarship holders must commence study at The University of Adelaide in 2010. By negotiation, an applicant offered a scholarship scheduled to commence in Semester I, 2010 may defer until Semester II, 2010 if there is a Semester II commencement of their chosen program of study. If the applicant is not able to commence in Semester II the scholarship offer will lapse and will not be available to the applicant in 2011.
    2. Candidates are required to enrol in The University of Adelaide as ‘international students’ and must maintain ‘international student’ status for the duration of their enrolment in the University. The scholarship will be terminated if a student changes their residency status.
    3. Scholarship holders are expected to enrol in a full time load. A scholarship holder who is considering reducing his/her enrolment load must first consult with staff in the International Student Centre. International students are expected to complete their programs within the duration specified on their visa. The University may only extend the duration of study under compassionate or compelling circumstances.
    4. Postgraduate Coursework Scholarships are available for up to a maximum of two years, subject to satisfactory academic progress. The University reserves the right to terminate scholarships of students who do not maintain satisfactory academic progress. Satisfactory academic progress is defined as the achievement of a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 5 out of 7.
    5. Where a student fails, or withdraws from courses in a given semester (or equivalent teaching period) such that the semester GPA (Grade Point Average) is less than 5.0 in two consecutive semesters, the student will be deemed to have failed to maintain satisfactory academic progress and the scholarship will be terminated unless the University is satisfied that exceptional circumstances exist.
    6. If a student faces exceptional circumstances requiring him or her to return home, he/she may apply for a one year deferment of enrolment without loss of scholarship, provided this is approved under the student visa requirements.
    7. In order to make a case for exceptional circumstances, a student will need to provide a detailed statement and independent supporting documentation e.g. a doctor’s certificate etc.
    8. If a scholarship holder enrols in more than the standard load of 24 units per year, or in courses which increase the tuition fee beyond what is indicated in the scholarship offer letter, or enrols in courses at another institution, he or she shall be responsible for the payment of the additional tuition fees.
    9. Students who complete a three-year degree may apply for an additional year, in an Honours program, but extension of the scholarship for the fourth year is subject to the decision of the relevant faculty.
    10. Postgraduate students awarded a scholarship for a one year program for which there is a one and a half or a two year alternative program may apply for the scholarship to be extended, but the extension of the scholarship is subject to the decision of the relevant Faculty. Examples of such an extension would be an upgrade from a Graduate Diploma to a Masters program, or a change from a Master of Commerce (Accounting) to a Master of Accounting and Finance program.
    11. The scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee cost of a program for the duration indicated in the scholarship award letter for study at the University of Adelaide. The scholarship does not cover the cost of visas, Overseas Student Health Cover, travel, accommodation, living expenses, books, study materials or any other expenses associated with living in Adelaide or studying at the University of Adelaide.
    Info source: http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/ua/#pgcw

    Special Scholarship Program (SSP) at the Kochi University of Technology - Japan

    What is Special Scholarship Program (SSP)?
    Special Scholarship Program (SSP) was established in 2003 in order to support the advanced research of the university by enlisting the help of highly capable international students. Every year in April and October, the university enrolls selected foreign doctoral students under specific research projects. The students pursue the doctoral course in English while at the same time assisting their host professor as a research assistant (RA). Through this program KUT wishes to expand and deepen international ties with academic and educational institutions all over the world.

    Application Guideline for Special Scholarship Program (SSP)

    1. PROGRAM OF STUDY
    Course for International Students
    Doctoral Program (3 years)
    Department of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

    2. NUMBER OF STUDENTS TO BE ADMITTED
    20 students per year

    3. ENROLLMENT TIME
    April/October

    4. SCHOLARSHIP TERM
    One year
    *The term will be extended for increments of one year up to a total of three years, unless the university terminates the scholarship for any of the reasons stated below in the paragraph 12, Termination of Scholarship

    5. OBLIGATIONS
    (1) Scholarship recipient must work as a research assistant under the specific research project.
    *However, the total paid working time per week, including research assistant work, should not exceed 28 hours.
    (2) Scholarship recipient must report his/her study and research achievements to the dean of the graduate school of engineering at the end of each semester. The submitted reports will be evaluated.

    6. BENEFITS
    (1) Receive up to 1,200, 000 yen per year for working as a research assistant.
    (2) Exemption from 300,000 yen enrollment fee and 535,800 yen (per year) tuition fee.
    (3) Receive 200,000 yen for travel and initial living costs (given only to applicants who are living outside Japan at the time of application)

    7. ELIGIBILITY Applicants are required to meet all of the following conditions
    (1) To have or to be expected to acquire a master's degree before enrollment.
    (2) To have intention, adequate knowledge and research skill to work as a research assistant under the one of research projects listed here
    (3) To have an excellent academic record
    (4) To have a high English proficiency
    (5) To be 35 years old or under at the time of enrollment
    (6) To have other than Japanese nationality

    8. APPLICATION PROCESS
    (1) Choose the research project from the SSP Research Project List  for October 2009 & April 2010 Enrollment.
    (2) Complete and submit all required documents.
    *Please refer to the List for SSP Application Documents

    9. ADMISSION SCHEDULE
    Enrollment time
    April2010 &
    October 2010
    October 2010
    Application deadline
    September 30, 2009
    March 31, 2010

    10. ADMISSION DECISION
    The applicant will be notified of the admission decision by express mail within 3 months after the deadline of the application.

    11. SPECIAL NOTICE
    (1) If you are still working towards your master's degree, a verified original master's degree certificate in English from your university will be required before your enrollment can be complete. If you are not able to produce such a document, you will not be enrolled.
    (2) If SSP scholarship recipient is selected as a recipient of another institution's scholarship, his/her monthly pay for working as a research assistant will be adjusted.

    12. TERMINATION OF SCHOLARSHIP
    Scholarships will be terminated in the following cases
    (1) If the scholarship recipient takes time off from school
    (2) If a report submitted in accordance with term 5 (2) is considered inadequate for a scholarship recipient.
    (3) If the university considers the scholarship recipient's behavior inappropriate for a scholarship recipient.

    13. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE:
    All inquiries and application documents must be addressed to:
    International Relations Center
    Kochi University of Technology
    Tosayamada. Kochi. 782-8502. Japan
    Tel: +81 887 53 1130
    Fax: +81 887 53 1131
    E-mail:[email protected]

    NOTE
    We do not have any brochure for International Applicants. You can find all necessary information and download application form from the following application guideline.
     
    Thesis of Graduated SSP Students

    Australian International Student Scholarships - Undergraduate

    The University of Adelaide offers a scholarships scheme for international students undertaking undergraduate study.

    Scholarships for all International Students

    The Adelaide Outstanding Achiever Scholarships International (AOASI)

    • Up to nine Adelaide Outstanding Achiever Scholarships International (AOASI) are available to international students from any country undertaking study in any academic discipline except Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).
    • Benefits are the waiver of full tuition fees for the normal duration of the program, subject to satisfactory performance.
    • A scholarship recipient completing a three year degree program who is offered a further year in the Honours Program may apply for an extension of the scholarship to cover that year.
    • Scholarships are available only for the first four years of a double degree.

    Targeted Scholarships

    The Adelaide Vietnam Scholarships (AVS)

    • Up to four scholarships will be available to international students who are citizens of Vietnam undertaking study in any academic discipline except Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).
    • Intending applicants will be assessed on the basis of their Vietnamese High School Graduation Certificate (Bang Tot Nghiep Trung Hoc Pho Thong). Bonus points will not be taken into consideration.
    • Applicants who have already commenced university studies are not eligible for the scholarship.
    • Benefits are the waiver of full tuition fees for the normal duration of the program, subject to satisfactory performance.
    • A scholarship recipient completing a three year degree program who is offered a further year in the Honours Program may apply for an extension of the scholarship to cover that year.
    • Scholarships are available only for the first four years of a double degree.

    The Adelaide Malaysia Scholarships (AMS)

    • Up to two Adelaide Malaysia (AMS) Scholarships are available to international students who are citizens of Malaysia undertaking study in any academic discipline excluding Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).
    • Benefits are the waiver of 50% of the tuition fees for the normal duration of the program subject to satisfactory performance.
    • A scholarship recipient completing a three year degree program who is offered a further year in the Honours Program may apply for an extension of the scholarship to cover that year.
    • Scholarships are available only for the first four years of a double degree.

    Applications

    For students seeking a scholarship for undergraduate study commencing in 2010 a separate application process for scholarships will be required.

    The scholarship application process will require completion of an online form that will be available on this website on Monday 12 October 2009.

    Applicants will be required to have already received a current unconditional offer of admission to the University of Adelaide to be considered for a scholarship. 

    Students with a conditional offer of admission must have demonstrated that they meet all the conditions of their offer, and have received acknowledgement from the International Office that their offer is unconditional, before lodging an application for a scholarship.

    For further information about international undergraduate scholarships and programs, please contact one of the University of Adelaide's International Representatives.

    Please note: a separate application is not required for:
    • Applications submitted through the South Australian Tertiary Admissions Centre (SATAC) for 2010 entry; or
    • Applicants who are completing a recognised Foundation Program (eg. Bradford College, Eynesbury College) in 2009.

    Deadlines

    Students will be able to apply for an undergraduate scholarship between Monday 12 October 2009 and Saturday 31 October 2009. A link to the online form will be made available on this page on Monday 12 October 2009.

    Please remember that to be considered for a scholarship for 2010 entry, you must have an unconditional offer from the University of Adelaide for entry into an academic program for 2010 at the time of application for the scholarship. It is therefore recommended that you apply to study at the University several weeks before the closing date for scholarship applications (Saturday 31 October 2009).

    Academic eligibility

    Guide to minumum academic eligibility criteria for all University of Adelaide undergraduate scholarships

    AOASI, AVS and AMS Scholarship Conditions

    Eligibility conditions

    1. Scholarships will be awarded strictly on academic merit and only actual results can be used. Forecast results are not accepted for scholarship selection. Only complete applications will be considered, and only applicants who have met the University’s minimum English language requirement for direct entry to their intended program of study at the scholarship application deadline will be eligible for consideration. For Australian Year 12 students the basic TER will be used. Bonus points will not be counted.
    2. The University reserves the right to vary the awards, or not to offer scholarships if the candidates have not achieved the level of academic achievement to merit the awards.
    3. Applicants from education systems accepted by the University of Adelaide for direct entry to the first year of degree studies must apply before commencement of University studies whether in their home country or Australia. Those who have commenced tertiary studies at the time of application will not be eligible.
    4. Applicants from education systems where one year of degree studies in their home countries is required for admission to the University of Adelaide first year degree studies must apply before commencement of their second year of studies. Those who have commenced second year studies at the time of application will not be eligible.
    5. A scholarship may not be awarded to anyone already holding another scholarship funded by the University of Adelaide.
    6. Citizens and Permanent Residents of Australia, and citizens of New Zealand are ineligible for any of the above scholarships.
    7. Candidates who have applied for Australian permanent resident status are ineligible to apply.

    Enrolment Conditions

    1. Scholarship holders must commence study at The University of Adelaide in 2010. By negotiation, an applicant offered a scholarship scheduled to commence in Semester I, 2010 may defer until Semester II, 2010 if there is a Semester II commencement of their chosen program of study. If the applicant is not able to commence in Semester II the scholarship offer will lapse and will not be available to the applicant in 2011.
    2. Candidates are required to enrol in The University of Adelaide as ‘international students’ and must maintain ‘international student’ status for the duration of their enrolment in the University. The scholarship will be terminated if a student changes their residency status.
    3. Scholarship holders are expected to enrol in a full time load. A scholarship holder who is considering reducing his/her enrolment load must first consult with staff in the International Student Centre. International students are expected to complete their programs within the duration specified on their visa. The University may only extend the duration of study under compassionate or compelling circumstances.
    4. Undergraduate scholarships are available for up to four years, subject to satisfactory progress. The University reserves the right to terminate scholarships of students who do not maintain satisfactory progress. Satisfactory progress is defined as the achievement of a GPA (Grade Point Average) of 5 (out of 7).
    5. Where a student fails, or withdraws from courses in a given semester (or equivalent teaching period) such that the semester GPA (Grade Point Average) is less than 5.0 in two consecutive semesters, the student will be deemed to have failed to maintain satisfactory academic progress and the scholarship will be terminated unless the University is satisfied that exceptional circumstances exist.
    6. If a student faces exceptional circumstances requiring him or her to return home, he/she may apply for a one year deferment of enrolment without loss of scholarship, provided this is approved under the student visa requirements.
    7. In order to make a case for exceptional circumstances, a student will need to provide a detailed statement and independent supporting documentation e.g. a doctor’s certificate etc.
    8. If a scholarship holder enrols in more than the standard load of 24 units per year, or in courses which increase the tuition fee beyond what is indicated in the scholarship offer letter, or enrols in courses at another institution, he or she shall be responsible for the payment of the additional tuition fees.
    9. Students who complete a three-year degree may apply for an additional year, in an Honours program, but extension of the scholarship for the fourth year is subject to the decision of the relevant faculty.
    10. The scholarships cover the amount of tuition fee indicated in the scholarship award letter for up to four years of study at the University of Adelaide. The scholarships do not cover the costs of visas, Overseas Student Health Cover, travel, accommodation, living expenses, books and study materials or any other expenses associated with living in Adelaide or study at the University of Adelaide.
    Info source: http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/ua/#ug

    For Other Undergraduate Scholarships use this link: http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/ua/#oug