Mzazi ampaka mtoto pilipili machoni, amchapa viboko, ampiga ngumi na mateke hadi akamwuua!

Fikra Pevu inaripoti kuwa Jeshi la Polisi mkoani Geita, linamshikilia William Kibyala (40), mkazi wa Kijiji cha Misiri, Kata ya Bugarama, Wilayani Geita kwa kosa la kumpaka pilipili machoni mwanaye John William (4), na kumchapa viboko sehemu mbalimbali za mwili wake hadi kufa.

Kamanda wa Polisi mkoani humo, Joseph Konyo, amethibitisha Jeshi hilo kumshikilia mtuhumiwa

Scholarships for Tanzanians from the Government of Algeria

SCHOLARSHIPS FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF ALGERIA TENABLE IN ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/2015


Applications are invited from qualified Tanzanians to pursue Undergraduate degree programs in Algeria for the year 2014/2015. The medium of instruction is French.

FIELDS OF STUDY

Medicine
  • Economic, Management and Commercial Sciences.
  • Mathematics and Computer science
  • State Engineer in Telecommunications 
  • Science and Technology (Environmental Engineering)
  • Science and Technology (Architecture)
  • Science and Technology (Hydrocarbons and Chemistry)
  • Science and Technology ( Electronics) 
  • Science of Earth and Universe (Hydrogeology) 
  • Science of Nature and Life (Food Industry)
  • Science of Nature and Life (Biology and physiology of Organism)
  • Science of Nature and Life (Ecology and Environment)
  • Matter Sciences (Chemistry)
  • Matter Sciences (Physics) 
  • French Language

2. QUALIFICATIONS

Job openings at CCBRT


Thank you for your interest in working with CCBRT.

CCBRT seeks to recruit individuals who are passionate about the work we do, who are compassionate in character and who have excellent standards of competency. 

Please only send your CV in response to one of our advertised vacancies. Due to the number of applications we receive, only short listed candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding.

As an equal opportunities employer, CCBRT welcomes applications from people with disabilities.

We are currently recruiting for the following positions:-

Is it “cleaning up” the City or “cleaning out” the City's street vendors?


(What Law allows the City militia to confiscate property of City street vendors, kicking them out of the streets, without allocating to them a proper trading area?)

By @PaulFrancisTZ, a.k.a. Citizen Paul

AS YOU ALL KNOW, the majority of Tanzanians have little or no knowledge of the Law, and this weakness has been taken advantage of all and sundry, against – in most Cities – street vendors of various goods and services. This has continued to be a nasty thorn in the feet of stret vendors, simply due to their ignorance of the law; the City Militia – those ignorant and arrogant Standard 7 leavers who believe in the use of excessive force when arresting these commerciants – take advantage of this situation because, (1) while the street vendors DO pay some taxes levied upon them by City authorities, rarely do they receive receipts, and

Job opportunity at Geita Gold Mining for a Senior Environmental Officer

VACANCY ADVERTISEMENT

Applications are invited from ambitious, energetic and performance driven individuals to fill a vacant position of Senior Environmental Officer in HSEC Department at our Company.

ROLE TITLE: Senior Environmental Officer

WORKS FOR: Environmental Superintendent

QUALIFICATION: BSc in Environmental Sciences, Environmental Management, Forestry, Natural Resources or related field

Tanzanian currency falls for 7th week

Tanzania’s shilling fell for a seventh week in the longest stretch of losses in almost three years as declining commodity exports led to a lack of dollars in East Africa’s second-biggest economy.

Bloomberg News reported that inflows of United States currency dried up amid lower agriculture earnings and fewer tourists, according to Commercial Bank of Africa’s Head of Money Markets Hakim Sheikh.

The value of coffee exports fell 28 per cent in March from a month earlier, while tea dropped 4.3 per cent and tobacco plummeted 75 per cent, according to central bank data. Tanzania has the

Caught at JNIA attempting to smuggle US$ 230,000 to China, who are they?

The identity of people arrested at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) over a fortnight ago while attempting to smuggle more than 230,000 US dollars (over 382.1m/-) to China remains unknown as police continue with investigations.

Tanzania Police Force spokesperson, Ms Advera Senso, told the ‘Daily News’ in Dar es Salaam last Friday that the suspects identities remain a secret to avoid jeopardizing investigations.

“We are still investigating this matter and once we complete it the identity of the suspects will be made public,” the Senior Superintend of Police (SSP) said. She said the culprits were arrested by police at JNIA after a tip-off from responsible citizens. It’s the first time in many years that a huge sum of foreign

Cristiano Ronaldo ‘offered’ RM physios new cars if they won UCL


It is reported that Cristiano Ronaldo, allegedly, offered to buy all the Real Madrid’s medical team cars if they win the Champions League – the exact promise he was said to have made ahead of winning the Ballon d’Or as a way of thanking them for keeping him fit over the past year.

According to the Sun, a friend of Ronaldo said: ‘Cristiano was chatting with the physios and said that

[audio] Mahojiano: Idd Ligongo "Bicco" na Kwanza Production

Idd
Photo Credits: Idd's Facebook Page 

Karibu katika mahojiano ya Kwanza Production na Idd Ligongo, msanii na mwanahabari makini ambaye amezungumza mengi mema kuhusu Sanaa na Habari ya Tanzania. Amezungumzia historia yake katika fani hizi, ilipo na anapoiona ikielekea.
Ni kati ya mazungumzo ninayoamini utapata mengi ya kujifunza. Karibu uungane nasi katika pleya iliyopachikwa hapo chini...

5 Habits you have to quit if you want to be happy


When you quit doing the wrong things, you quickly create lots of new opportunities for happiness and peace. Here are five habit changes worth making:

1. Quit procrastinating on your goals.

– Some people dream of success while others wake up and work hard at it. Action and change are often resisted when they’re needed most. Get a hold of yourself and have discipline. Putting something off instantly makes it harder and scarier. What we don’t start today won’t be finished by tomorrow. And there’s nothing more stressful than the perpetual lingering of an unfinished task. The secret to getting ahead is simply getting started. Starting, all by itself, is usually sufficient to build enough momentum to keep the ball rolling. So forget about the finish line and concentrate on taking your first step. Say to yourself, “I choose to start this task with a small, imperfect step.”

2. Quit blaming others and making excuses.

– Stop blaming others for what you have or don’t have, or for what you feel or don’t feel. When you blame others for what you’re going through, you deny responsibility and perpetuate the problem.

[infographic] Simple, less chemical DIY cleaning products

A Guide to DIY Cleanning Products
via Visually.

source: Source: heitonbuckley.ie