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Polisi akiwakagua wanafunzi wa Shule ya Awali na Msingi ya Cleopatra Yombo iliyopo Manispaa ya Temeke Dar es Salaam ambao wametembelea Maonesho ya 39 ya Biashara ya Kimataifa yanayoendelea kwenye Viwanja vya Mwalimu Nyerere.

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Tangazo la viwanja na mashamba kwa Tanzania Diaspora wa Uingereza

Serikali ya Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania inaandaa mahitaji ya ardhi kwa ajili ya Watanzania waishiao nje ya Tanzania. 
 
Nchini Uingereza, Ubalozi unaratibu zoezi hilo kwa watanzania waishio Uingereza na Ireland.

Tunaomba maombi hayo yaainishe Mkoa na Wilaya hitajika, aina ya matumizi ya ardhi hiyo kama ni Makazi, Biashara au Kilimo.

Maombi yawasilishwe kwa Viongozi wa Jumuiya za Watanzania katika miji/maeneo wanayoishi, ambao watayaleta ubalozini kwa hatua zaidi. Au muombaji wanaweza kujaza fomu ya maombi kupitia tovuti ya Ubalozi kwa anuani ifuatayo: - tanzania-online.gov.uk

Kwa maelezo zaidi piga simu namba: +44 207 569 1482 au tuma Barua pepe (Email): [email protected]

IMETOLEWA NA UBALOZI WA TANZANIA, UINGEREZA

Call for applications: African Diaspora Support to African Universities

African Diaspora Support to African Universities:

Constitution of the College of Mentors for African Post-Graduate Students

Call for Applications

Deadline: August 31st. 2015

The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), with support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York has recently launched a program that seeks to encourage and facilitate African Diaspora support to African universities. The African higher education sector has, in the last two decades, expanded tremendously. The number of public and private universities has increased, thanks to the wide recognition of the centrality of higher education to knowledge economies and societies, and to development. Higher education is also seen more and more as a sector in which business opportunities are numerous. However, the rapid expansion of the sector has not been followed by a proportional increase in staffing and academic supervision capacity. This new CODESRIA initiative therefore seeks to tap into the academic resources of the African academic Diaspora in North America, Europe and elsewhere, as well as the Diaspora within Africa, to help strengthen capacity in teaching, research and mentoring in the social sciences and humanities in African universities.

As part of this initiative, CODESRIA intends to constitute a ‘college of mentors’, a grouping of senior academics from the African academic diaspora who are willing to devote some time to mentoring students enrolled in post-graduate (masters’ and doctoral) programs in African universities. Mentors will be put in touch with one or several students who they would guide by reading draft chapters of their theses and dissertations, and journal article manuscripts; suggesting relevant reading material; and exposing them to scholarly debates they need to be aware of. Mentors might also be called upon to provide academic leadership in some of the initiatives that will be undertaken under the program. Under the coordination of CODESRIA, members of the college of academic mentors may be engaged from time to time to run the various activities of the initiative organized either as thematic institutes, research methodology workshops and networks, for MA/Mphil., doctoral or other emerging scholars.

The CODESRIA program has been conceived taking cognizance of the continuing crisis of higher education in Africa, and more specifically the marginalization of the humanities and social sciences in the shaping of the dominant discourse on African development issues, partly due to the strong influence of neoliberalism, but also as a result of the growing fascination with the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM/STEAM) that are presented asthe key to development. Attempts to improve Africa's development prospects by focusing on scientific advances and the benefits accruing from them have all too often overlooked the important perspectives which the SSH afford; perspectives which draw attention to the critical role of the human factor in processes such as global environmental (particularly climate) change, and in the responses to such processes, as well as to the cultural and social dynamics of people, places and institutions. Unfortunately, this neglect has also affected the production of academics in the SSH in most of Africa’s universities. It is important therefore that the SSH get their rightful place, alongside the natural, engineering and medical sciences, if Africa’s development challenges are to be fully and properly addressed.



CODESRIA on its part, since its founding in 1973, has been advocating for, and expending every effort and resource it could muster to generate knowledge relevant to Africa’s human, democratic, and sustainable development. CODESRIA has also over the years, sought to contribute to the strengthening of the institutional base of higher education and knowledge production in Africa, and to the enhancement of research capacities and nurturing of new generations of researchers. One of the many ways CODESRIA does this is by having university academic units (departments, research centres and schools), to be the anchor points for its programmes and activities. Over the years as universities faced funding crunches, CODESRIA has in some instances been one of the rare sources of support for academic reproduction in the SSH through its research and training programmes. In this endeavour, CODESRIA has closely worked with many African academics in the Diaspora, who are still active in CODESRIA programs and networks and are willing to support the re-engineering of the SSH in African universities. CODESRIA has also strengthened its links to the institutions through its annual conference of deans of social sciences and humanities. This way, CODESRIA has an established network and tradition of working that ensures that the support it provides to individuals within African institutions is translated into strengths at the institutional level. With the recognition of the African Diaspora as a 6th region by the African Union Commission and associated trends, CODESRIA believes that the African academic Diaspora is an important resource and one of the vehicles for the re-engineering of teaching and research in the SSH in African Universities.

African scholars in the Diaspora who would like to be considered for membership of the CODESRIA ‘College of Mentors’ should be Senior academics in the social sciences and humanities who are based at universities in the Americas, Europe or Asia. African academics based at universities or other higher education and research institutions in Africa but outside of their own countries may also apply.

African universities, university departments, or doctoral academies that are interested in making some of their post-graduate students, or their MA/MSc./Mphil./ doctoral programs benefit from the mentorship program are also highly encouraged to apply.

Mode of Application

Mentors should send a detailed current CV and a 5 page concept/ expression of interest note outlining their areas of interest and their vision in the program to the following address.

African universities, university departments, or doctoral academies interested in the program and wish to place their masters and PhD students under the program should clearly identify the post-graduate students they would like to nominate (specifying the discipline, gender, and the stage at which they are in their research), as well as the advisor, and attach a copy of the research proposals of nominated students. They should also explain where the potential mentees need assistance and how the CODESRIA program could benefit them.

Deadline: all applications must be received by: 31st August 2015

CODESRIA College of Mentors
African Diaspora Support to African Universities


CODESRIA
Avenue Cheikh Anta diop X canal IV
Dakar, Senegal

Tel: +221338259822/23

Fax: +221338241289

Email: [email protected]

Call for Papers: Academic Freedom in Africa: 25 Years after the Kampala

Call for Papers

International Conference

Academic Freedom in Africa: 25 Years after the Kampala Declaration

Issues, Challenges and Prospects

27-28 November 2015, Kampala, Uganda

The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) is pleased to announce the organization from 27 to 28 November 2015 in Kampala, Uganda of an international conference themed: “Academic Freedom in Africa: 25 years after the Kampala Declaration. Challenges, Issues and Prospects.” This conference fits within the framework of CODESRIA’s Academic Freedom Programme. This programme started with the adoption in November 1990 of the Kampala Declaration, which states, among others, that “every African intellectual has the right to exercise freely intellectual activity, including research and dissemination of research results, provided he/she respects the principles of scientific research and ethical and universally recognized professional standards.”

This meeting will bring together African and Diaspora scholars and researchers who have a particular interest in issues related to academic freedom. In addition to the reflections and debates that this community may wish to undertake, the conference seeks to assess the evolution of academic freedom in Africa over the 25 years after the Kampala Declaration. The Kampala Declaration was an important step in enhancing public awareness of the complaints of African academics regarding the conditions of production and dissemination of knowledge. It revealed the linkages between the struggle for the establishment of these conditions and the broader issue of democratization of African societies. Since then, this statement has been used as an important ethical and academic benchmark, but also as an essential tool to claim better teaching and research conditions in African universities. Since the adoption of the Kampala Declaration, the issue of academic freedom has been at the heart of much debate in academic circles, and its importance is well established among the academic community.

The Declaration also contributed to generating an unprecedented impetus to activities around academic freedom, either organized by the Council or by universities and research institutions in Africa. As such, CODESRIA has organized more than ten conferences and scientific workshops, published dozens of books and scientific reports, and provided support to academics and researchers experiencing difficulties. However, the debate on the very concept of academic freedom or its content remains unabated. Some advocate a return to a more orthodox and restrictive approach to academic freedom, by defining it as a right and a duty that must be exercised in the university stetting; conversely, others understand academic freedom as a concept related to the exercise of citizenship and, consequently, with a view to defending the freedom of expression of citizens. The question that therefore arises is to find out what is the most appropriate option from such a constantly changing context.



Today, 25 years after its adoption, it is appropriate to take stock of the opportunity of such a document, ask questions about the conditions of its implementation and its effectiveness in a rapidly changing world. Although the conditions of knowledge production and dissemination have taken a turn for the better, the challenges that remain are important. We still see, although prohibited, violations of academic freedom by political leaders supposed to ensure compliance with regulations in force. Moreover, academics continue to be prosecuted for expressing critical opinions or contrary to those of the ruling powers or of the dominant social order. The conditions of knowledge production in general and the rights of academics and researchers, in particular, remain major challenges. Among these, there is the need to articulate the university reforms of academic freedom. Indeed, the reforms have not only a technical component, but also aspects relating to the content and programme format, etc. Compared to the latter, it would be important to ponder over the restrictions imposed by the market and market reforms.

On the other hand, new threats surface, the size, scope and contours of which should be questioned and analysed with greater acuity. Fundamentalisms that are expressed in different ways and the challenges they impose on us, for example, affect the content of teachings, academics’ freedom of movement, etc. Thus, the old challenges that persist seem to add up to new ones resulting from changes undergone by the higher education system over the last twenty years, but also at global level, changes that have taken place in African societies at both political, social and economic levels. What are these new challenges and new threats? What are the interactions between the old and new restrictions? In such a context, which are for example the standard-bearers of academic freedom in Africa and what are the possibilities of concerted action for the defence and promotion of academic freedom on the continent and its academic diasporic communities?

Through this conference, CODESRIA seeks to pursue a work that has already begun in various publications including most recently the Pax Academica journal: the issue is to assess the relevance of instruments and strategies developed and implemented about twenty years ago. The conference will also be an opportunity to revisit key issues related to various approaches, concepts and research tools on academic freedom and social responsibility of academics and researchers.

The key thrusts, non-exclusive, agreed upon for this meeting are:

1. National and comparative approaches to the exercise of academic freedom;

2. Academic freedoms: assessment;

3. Academics’ social and political responsibilities;

4. Academic Freedom, religious and political fundamentalism;

5. Dissent, repression and freedom of expression;

6. African diasporic academics and academic freedom;

Critical revision of the Kampala Declaration and prospects for it its implementation.

People wishing to attend this meeting must send to CODESRIA their full papers. in “Times New Roman” font, size 12, single spaced) relating to the general theme of the conference. Papers should be sent by email to CODESRIA Secretariat by 31 August 2015 and must include an abstract in French and English, five key words, the title of the proposal, the contact details and affiliation of the author. . An independent selection committee will review the applications and selected authors who will be invited to submit the final version of their paper for the conference no later than 30 September, 2015.

Abstracts, final research proposals and any questions should be sent to the following address:

CODESRIA

Academic Freedom and Human Rights Programme

Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop x Canal IV
BP : 3304, CP : 18524, Dakar, Senegal

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.codesria.org

PhD/Post Doc opportunity at MUHAS

OPPORTUNITY FOR PhD/POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (DEOH) MUHIMBILI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES


Thanks to financial support from the Norad of Norway, the School of Public Health and Social Sciences (SPHSS) at MUHAS started a collaborative project titled “Reduction of the burden of injuries and diseases due to occupational exposures through capacity building in low income countries” in 2013. It is a joint initiative being driven by the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at MUHAS and the Addis Ababa University (AAU) in Ethiopia.

Through the project, we seek to appoint, as soon as possible, two young PhD holders as Postdoctoral Research Fellows for a period of up to 3 years to undertake guided research under the mentorship of a panel of Tanzanian and Norwegian specialists. Their primary research focus will be on the following two objectives, but they will be expected to contribute to other project objectives:
  1. To assess the transfer of food borne pathogens from cattle to humans among pastoralists in Tanzania (1 Post doc in Tanzania)
  2. To characterize exposures, occupational related diseases and injuries in Tanzanian horticulture (1 Post doc in Tanzania)

The successful candidate is expected to have the following profile:
  • Be a member/prospective member of MUHAS/AAU academic staff
  • Be a PhD holder for less than 3 years
  • The candidate should have an interest in teaching and mentoring students
  • Should produce a proposal outlining the area of interest
  • They will be expected to supervise master students with help in this project period and afterwards they will perform supervision and teaching of master students on their own
  • Should have interest in the relationship between health, environment and social life.
  • Should be fluent in both English and Kiswahili
  • Should have a good track record of publications
  • Would be required to publish in high impact journals, as well as publish or contribute to publications for the non-specialist audience/readership
  • Would be required to travel extensively within the country, attend scientific meetings, and workshops within and outside the country

This postdoctoral research fellowship will be registered at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences under the primary leadership of Dr. Simon Mamuya Secondary mentorship will be by Associate Professor Wakgari Deressa, Dean of School of Public Health, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia Email: [email protected][email protected] and Professors Bente Moen Email: [email protected] of the University of Bergen (UiB).

The successful candidate will be expected to collaborate with local and national authorities in the public, health and agricultural sectors as well as in those in the community development sectors. They will also be expected to collaborate closely with other DEOH sponsored research apprentices and to play an active part in the activities of DEOH.

Females are encouraged to apply for the positions

Application to include
  1. Curricullum vitae
  2. A three page concept note on the research interest
  3. Copies of credentials
  4. Two reference letters

Applications should be submitted both electronically and hard copy.

Applications should be submitted to:

Director
Postgraduate Studies
P.O.Box 65001, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences,
Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

E-mail: [email protected]

Enquiries should be addressed to:

The Head,
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health,
School of Public Health and Social Sciences,
Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
United Nations Road, P.O. Box 65015, Dar-es-Salaam,
Tanzania

E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

Deadline: 21st July 2015

[video] Spika awataja 'watukutu' na kuahirisha tena kikao leo baada ya Bunge kutifuka


WABUNGE 10 WA KUB WATIMULIWA KUTOHUDHURIA VIKAO



WABUNGE 10 wa Kambi Rasmi ya Upinzani wanaounda Umoja wa Katiba ya wananchi (UKAWA), wametimuliwa Bungeni kile kilichoelezwa utomvu wa nidhamu na kudharau kiti cha Spika.

Wabunge hao wametimuliwa baada ya kutiwa hatihani na Kamati ya Maadili, Haki na Madaraka ya Bunge inayoongozwa na Brigedia Jenerali Mstaafu Hassan Ngwilizi kwa madai ya kukiuka kanuni za Bunge kwa kudharau amri halali ya Spika wa Bunge Anna Makinda.

Kwa mujibu wa Ngwilizi aliyesoma hukumu hiyo Bungeni, wabunge wanne wamepata adhabu ya kutohudhuria vikao vyote vilivyosalia katika mkutano huu wa 20, wawili vikao vikao viwili na wengine watapata hukumu yao leo baada ya kusikilizwa na Kamati hiyo.

Amesema waliofungiwa vikao vyote vilivyosalia na kutopata fursa ya kumshuhudia Rais Jakaya Kikwete akivunja Bunge Julai tisa mwaka huu, waligoma kutoa utetezi wao, wakitaka wapate fursa ya kuja na mawakili wao kujitetea.

Brigedia Ngwilizi aliwataja waliofungiwa vikao vyote vya mkutano huu wa 20 ni John Mnyika (Ubungo), Pauline Gekul, (Viti Maalum), Tundu Lissu (Singida Mashariki) Felix Mkosamali (Muhambwe) na Moses Machali (Kasulu Mjini).

Waliofungiwa kuhudhuria vikao viwili ni Peter Msingwa (Iringa Mjini), Mbarouk Mohamed Mbarouk (Ole). Mwenyekiti huyo aliwataja watakapata adhabu baada ya kuhojiwa leo ni pamoja na Joseph Selasini (Rombo), Khalifa Suleman Khalifa (Gando), Rashid Ali Abdallal (Tumbi).




Akichangia hoja ya kuwafungia wabunge hao, Mbunge wa Karatu, Mchungaji Israel Natse ambaye ni mmoja wa wajumbe wa Kamati ya Maadili, amesema walikubaliana kuwaruhusu watuhumiwa waje na mawakili wao kama walivyoomba, lakini ameshangazwa na hukumu iliyosomwa na Ngwilizi amesema wabunge hao hawakujitetea, hivyo hawakutendewa haki.

Mbunge wa Chake chake, Mussa Haji Kombo alihoji kwanini Kamati hiyo imeamua kutoa adhabu jana wakati bado kuna watuhumiwa wanaopaswa kuhojiwa leo.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari nje ya ukumbi wa Bunge, Lissu amesema watu wenye hatia siku zote ni waoga na Bunge hili ni la watu waoga.

Amesema wabunge walioitwa kwenye Kamati hawakujitetea kwani waliomba kuja na mawikili wao na ndio utaratibu na kanuni za Bunge.
“Kwenye Kamati wote tulitaka tuje na mawakili wetu, ndani ya Bunge hatukupata fursa ya kujitetea. Mnakumbuka hivi karibuni Mbunge wetu, Joseph Mbilinyi, alipelekwa kwenye Kamati hii, akaomba kwenda na wakili wake. Leo sisi tumepata adhabu hiyo bila kujitetea.” 
Amesema Lissu.

Lissu alirejea hoja ya aliyekuwa Mbunge wa CHADEMA, Zitto Kabwe kwamba mwaka 2007 alihukumiwa na Kamati hiyo, alipata muda wa kujitetea kwenye Kamati na ndani ya Bunge, hivyo alishangazwa na adhabu waliyopata.

Mbunge huyo amesema wamepata adhabu hiyo ili kuwapisha wabunge wa CCM kupitisha miswada ya kuliibia gesi taifa, dhambi ambayo amesema wao hawako tayari kushiriki.

Akizungumzia kilichotokea asubuhi, Lissu amesema wote waliosimama asubuhi wakati Waziri wa Nishati na Madini akilazimisha kusoma miswada hiyo, walitaka kuomba mwongozo, utaratibu na kutoa taarifa, lakini Spika Makinda alikataa na ndio chanzo cha vurugu.

Juzi Spika aliahirisha kikao cha 41 cha Bunge, baada ya wabunge wa kambi rasmi ya upinzani inayoundwa na Umoja wa Katiba ya Wananchi (Ukawa), kupinga Serikali kuleta miswada mitatu nyeti kwa hati ya dharula kwa madai kuwa wabunge hawajaisoma na wadau hawajapata muda zaidi wa kuijadili.

Miswada hiyo ambayo ni mwiba mchungu Bungeni ni pamoja na muswada wa Sheria ya Petroli, Muswada wa Usimamizi wa Mapato ya Mafuta na Gesi wa mwaka 2015 na Muswada wa Sheria ya Uwazi na Uwajibikaji katika taasisi za uchimbaji Tanzania wa mwaka 2015. [MwanaHALISI Online]



Ambao hawakurejesha fomu za CCM kuwania Urais Tanzania 2015

Watu wanne waliochukua fomu za kuwania kuteuliwa na Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) kuwa wagombea wa kiti cha urais wametoka rasmi katika mchakato huo, baada ya kushindwa kurudisha fomu hadi muda wa mwisho ulipofika saa 10.00 alasiri ya jana.

Watu hao ni 
  1. Peter Nyalali
  2. Helen Elinewinga
  3. Anthony Chalamila
  4. Dk Muzamil Kalokola
Jumla ya wanachama 42 walijitokeza kuchukua fomu hizo.

Katika mkutano wake na waandishi wa habari jana, Naibu Katibu Mkuu wa CCM Tanzania Bara, Rajab Luhwavi alisema zoezi la kuchukua fomu lilianza Juni 3, mwaka huu na lilitarajia kumalizika Julai 2, 2015.
“Mmoja wa wachukua fomu, Helena Elinawinga alitelekeza fomu hizo kwa mmoja wa maofisa wa CCM baada ya kufika kuomba ushauri huku akitaka kupewa kwanza elimu ya siasa kabla ya kuanza kutafuta wadhamini” 

Luhwavi alisema hatua itakayofuata ni mchakato wa vikao vya chama kuanzia Jumanne wiki ijayo.

Taarifa ya Habari ya asubuhi Channel TEN Julai 3, 2015


How to make your own tomato ketchup at home


  1. Take a small onion, peel it

  2. Take brown sugar, put one table spoon in a cup

  3. Fill the cup half way with hot water and let it cool off

  4. Place the half onion in the cup with hot water and blend it in

  5. Take tomato paste (about 200 gram) and empty it in a bowl

  6. Add 1/4 of ground clove

  7. Add 1/4 of ground cinnamon

  8. Add 1/4 spoon of salt

  9. Add 1/2 spoon of mustard

  10. Add 3 table spoons of vinegar

  11. Add the mix of blended onion + sugar + water (the mixture you got in step 4 above)

  12. Mix everything together

You can see instructions in the video below...


Wahariri wafurahia ziara katika hifadhi ya Saanane









Baadhi ya Wahariri na Waandishi wa habari wakiwa katika Boti maalumu kwa ajili ya safafri ya kuelekea Hifadhi ya Taifa ya Kisiwa cha Saanane jijini Mwanza.





Meneja Mawasiliano wa Shirika la Hifadhi za Taifa ,TANAPA,Pascal Shelutete alikuwa ni miongoni mwa wahifadhi walioongoza kundi hilo la Wahariri na Wanahabari kuelekea hifadhi ya Saanane.





Baada ya safafri ya takribani dakika 10 hatimaye Wahariri na Wanahabari wakawasili hifadhi ya Taifa ya Saaanane.



Safari ya kutembelea maeneo mbalimbali katika hifadhi hiyo ilianza.



Wahariri walipata maelezo katika maeneo tofauti tofauti.



Wakati mwingine katika mapitio ndani ya Hifadhi hiyo,wahariri na wanahabari walilazimika kupita kwa staili ya kutambaa.





Wengine walihitaji pia msaada ili waweze kuvuka kwa baadhi ya maeneo.



Baada ya safari ya muda mrefu ,ndipo wakafika katika jiwe la kuruka na kuamua kupumzika.





Mazoezi ya kuruka yakaanza sasa.





Mhariri wa Channel ten Esther Zeramula akionesha umahiri katika kuruka katika eneo hilo.



Mhariri Jackton Manyerere pia hakua nyuma kuonesha umahiri wake.



Mhariri Mniku Mbani pia.









Wengine tukapata picha ya pamoja kwa ajili ya kumbukumbu.



Safari ya kurudi ikaanza kwa kundi la kwanza la Wahariri.



Wakati huo kundi la pili ndio lilikuwa likiwasili katika eneo hilo.



Baada ya kufika taswiraz zikaanza kuchukuliwa ,kama inavyoonekana hapa mhariri Dulinga akimchukua taswira mhariri Theofily Makunga.



Pozi za picha nazo hazikuwa mbali kwa baadhi ya wahariri.



Picha zaidi muelekeo wa ziwani.



Wahariri wakaoneshana umahiri katika kuruka.



Kama iliyokuwa kwa kundi la kwanza hawa nao wakapata picha ya pamoja.



Kisha safari ya kurudi ikaanza huku wakifurahia Mandhari ya ziwa Victoria.
  • Tumeshirikishwa picha taarifa hii na Dixon Busagaga