Taarifa Wizara ya Fedha kuhusu suala la pensheni kwa Wabunge

JAMHURI YA MUUNGANO YA TANZANIA



WIZARA YA FEDHA

TANGAZO KWA UMMA

Katika siku za hivi karibuni, baadhi ya magazeti yamekuwa yakitoa taarifa za upotoshaji juu ya suala la kuongezeka kwa malipo ya pensheni kwa Waheshimiwa Wabunge. Magazeti hayo yanadai kwamba Mheshimiwa Waziri wa Fedha amethibitisha ongezeko hili. Taarifa hizo ziliendelea kudai kwamba

CRDB yamkabidhi Rais Kikwete hundi kwa ajili ya walioathirika na mafuriko Morogoro



Rais Kikwete katika picha ya pamoja na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya CRDB, Dkt. Charles Kimei, baada ya kukabidhiwa hundi ya shilingi milioni 100 kutoka benki hiyo kusaidia waathirika wa mafuriko yaliyozikumba wilaya tatu za Kilosa, Mvomero na Gairo katika Mkoa wa Morogoro, mwezi uliopita katika shughuli fupi iliyofanyika Ikulu, Dar es Salaam leo February 4, 2014 na kuhudhuriwa pia na Mhesimiwa William Lukuvi, Waziri wa Nchi Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu anayeshughulikia pia masuala ya maafa pamoja na maafisa wa CRDB. (picha: Ikulu) 

TAARIFA KWA VYOMBO VYA HABARI

Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Mheshimiwa Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete leo, Jumanne, Februari 4, 2014, amepokea hundi ya Sh. milioni 100 kutoka Benki ya CRDB kusaidia wahanga wa mafuriko yaliyozikumba wilaya tatu za Kilosa, Mvomero na Gairo katika Mkoa wa Morogoro, mwezi uliopita.

Rais Kikwete amekabidhiwa hundi hiyo na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa CRDB, Dkt. Charles Kimei katika

Getting to know Satya Nadella, the new Microsoft CEO

Satya Nadella
Satya Nadella
On Tuesday, February 4th, 2013 Microsoft confirmed that Satya Nadella, 46, is its new CEO.


  1. Nadella who joined the 38 year old tech company in 1992, has risen through the tech company's ranks and the most recently position he held was executive vice president of Microsoft's "cloud and enterprise" group. His previous work experience was with Oracle's Sun Microsystems.
  2. He is an Indian-American engineer, the 3rd CEO in the company’s history after Steve Ballmer and

SACGOT corridor anchors 110 million Euro agricultural investment project in tea

From left to right: Juliet Kairuki, CEO, Tanzania Investment Centre, Peniel Lyimo, Deputy CEO, Presidential Delivery Bureau, Mrs Sophia Kaduma, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Agriculture; Hon. Chiza, Minister of Agriculture United Republic of Tanzania, Pierre Luigi Sigismund, Board Member and Head of Global Supply Chain Unilever; Dr Ramadhaan Mwinjika, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Transport; Ambassador Modest Mero, Permanent Representative of the Government of Tanzania to the United Nations in Geneva. 

By A Correspondent -- Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) has confirmed that 2014 has kicked to a positive start with respect to investment in the agriculture sector in Tanzania.

As signal of their strong confidence in the Tanzanian investment climate and the

LSE PhD Scholarship for research on intolerance

The Frederick Bonnart-Braunthal Scholarship programme is aimed at combating intolerance. It supports research to this end, from any academic discipline. Home/ EU LSE doctoral students in their first or second year in October 2014 who are working in areas relevant to religious, racial and cultural intolerance, are invited to apply.

The deadline for applications is Noon Monday 28 April 2014. In order to be considered for the Frederick Bonnart-Braunthal Scholarship, you will need to have a formal offer of a place on an LSE doctoral programme and be nominated by your prospective supervisor.

Course announcement: International Human Rights module on LSE Executive LLM

The Executive LLM programme from the LSE Law Department is designed to bring postgraduate legal education to busy professionals. Students on the programme will study for the LLM by taking a set of intensive modules over a period of three to four years. Students can choose from a range of modules in fields including human rights, international law, media law and public law.

Dr Margot Salomon, Associate Professor in the Law Department and Centre for the Study of Human Rights, teaches the International Human Rights: Concepts, Law

Course announcement: Understanding Children's Human Rights

Thursday 10 & Friday 11 April 2014

We are very pleased to announce that our updated and extended two-day course addressing international human rights law as it affects children will be held at LSE on Thursday 10 April and Friday 11 April 2014. Booking will open on Friday 7 February, and those who book by Friday 28 February can claim a 10% discount on the course fee.

This two-day, expert-led course is designed for those involved in either developing policy and practice in relation to children, or working in child rights and child

Interventi​ons needed against malnutriti​on in Tanzania

“Muhimbili National Hospital paedetrician, Dr Edna Majaliwa, says that close to 40 children suffering from acute malnutrition are admitted annually at the hospital: -- About half of the number of the children admitted at our hospital with acute malnutrition die before treatment is completed, -- she says. Basic causes of

UDSM Alumni (1964 - 2013) event in Mwanza

University of Dar es Salaam Alumni Event will be held on Friday 07 February 2014 in Mwanza from 5 -7pm.Venue will be Mwanza Hotel.

Kindly confirm attendance through 0754-623395 or [email protected]

This event is for all UDSM (DUCE and MUCE included) graduates from 1964 to 2013 who are in Mwanza.

The entrance is free.

For updates please follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/udsm.alumni

Who got what in Mandela's will

On Monday, an executive summary of the late South Africa’s President, Nelson Mandela “Madiba”will of 40 pages was made public in Johannesburg.

South Africa’s The Times Live quoted country’s Deputy Chief of Justice, Dikgang Moseneke as saying, in front of Mandela’s descendants, that Madiba instructed that a portion of royalties owing to him or his estate be paid to the ANC in the tune of 10% - 30%, subject to the availability of funds.

How will the provisional assessment of Mandela's estate worth about R46 million shared?

The paper says, “Mandela's children and grandchildren from his first and second wife will share millions of rands.”

His chef did not get mere thank you words but a whooping R50,000 to go with.

Madiba’s lawyer and friend George Bizos also said that Madiba wasn’t selfish as he prioritized in knowledge acquisition and therefore provided also to educational institutions. Professor Adam Habib, Vice Chancellor and principal at the University of the Witwatersrand was thankful for the R100K donation, the amount which University of Fort Hare also received.

How about the wives?

Well the paper continues to say that his third wife, Graca Machel will take ownership of four properties in Mozambique owned jointly by the couple, vehicles, jewelry, all the money in their bank accounts/investment in financial institutions.

The paper noted that, Madiba’s second wife, Winnie, whom they divorced after 38 years of marriage, was left out of the will. It was also quick to note that Winnie wanted half of Madiba’s assets, amounting to roughly R20 million, as divorce settlement.

Graca has 90 days to elect if she’ll waive her right to 50% of Mandela’s estate, Moseneke was quoted as saying.

More on this, here and here

Have your Valentine’s gift delivered by The Biker Boyz in Dar es Salaam

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