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Voluntary Service Overseas - Country Director, Tanzania

Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Apr 2016
About VSO
VSO is the world’s leading independent international development organisation that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries. Our high-impact approach brings people together to share skills, build capabilities, promote international understanding and action to change lives and make the world a fairer place.
This is an exciting time to join VSO in Tanzania, which is going from strength to strength in responding to our mission of fighting poverty in a rapidly changing world.
Role overview
VSO is looking for an exceptional leader to become our Country Director in Tanzania, our largest country programme. You’ll lead VSO Tanzania's programme team as we embark on an exciting and ambitious phase of expansion, building on our successful and highly-regarded programmes in Education, Livelihoods, and Health. As one of the VSO’s team of senior leaders you will have plenty of scope to apply your passion, experience and skills to the challenge of bringing about the change we want to see. And we will have correspondingly high expectations of what you will achieve.
The Country Director will be responsible for:
  1. leading a team of staff and volunteers to design and implement innovative, high quality, locally owned programmes and projects that can be scaled up rapidly;
  2. building excellent relations with a wide range of stakeholders so that we extend the influence that VSO can have, building on our core competencies and the voices of primary actors;
  3. meeting ambitious funding targets and delivering grants professionally so we maintain our high profile for excellence.
Skills, qualifications and experience needed
This opportunity will suit an experienced and entrepreneurial development leader looking for a new challenge. The ideal candidate will have:
• very strong strategic thinking and leadership skills, and political sensitivity;
• excellent representational, networking and donor engagement skills and experience;
• a committed understanding of VSO and volunteerism;
• an understanding of the complex and rapidly-changing context in Tanzania;
• experience of managing complex programmes and operations;
• determination, and adaptability.
Sectoral knowledge of education, livelihoods and health work with experience of working in Tanzania and fluency in local languages would be desirable.
VSO is an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from all sectors of society. For this role we particularly welcome applications from female candidates.

How to apply:
How to apply
If you’re interested in applying for this role, please click on the link above, download the job description to read more details about the position and the skills and experience we’re looking for. To submit your application, click on ‘Apply now’ and complete all relevant fields on the online application form
Application closing date
30th April 2016
Interview/Assessment date(s)
8th May 2016
Start date
As soon as possible

Tanzania: Senior Capacity Strengthening Advisor

Organization: FHI 360
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 31 May 2016
FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in health, education, nutrition, environment, economic development, civil society, gender, youth, research and technology — creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 70 countries and all U.S. states and territories. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of: Technical Advisor

Description:

FHI 360 is seeking qualified candidates for the positions for an anticipated USAID-funded opportunity: Comprehensive Platform for Integrated Communications Initiative (CPICI) in Tanzania. The purpose of the project is to change social and gender norms to promote positive health behaviors and practices. The CPICI award will provide SBCC support and build local capacity for behavior changes needed to improve health outcomes in Family Planning/Reproductive Health (FP/RH); Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (MNCAH); Malaria; Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS); Tuberculosis (TB) and other selected health areas. The target populations of CPICI are women and youth. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Capacity Strengthening Advisor in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Job Summary / Responsibilities:

The Senior Capacity Strengthening Advisor will oversee the capacity strengthening portfolio of work and direct the provision of technical assistance and training support to public and private organizations in an array of technical areas including social and behavior change communication (SBCC), organizational development, monitoring and evaluation, financial management and grant compliance, USG government regulations and agreement adherence, and a variety of health issues (maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (MNCAH); family planning (FP); malaria prevention, control and case management; Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS). He/she will take a lead in directing capacity strengthening efforts assisting partners in developing and implementing comprehensive SBCC activities at national, regional, local levels. Work will commence with organizational assessments and subsequent development of a tailored TA and support plan alignment to results of the assessment and proposed needs as defined both by the partner and USAID. This position is contingent upon funder approval of key personnel and availability of funds.
  • Lead the design, delivery and monitoring of technical assistance provided toward strengthening SBCC, organizational, managerial, financial, compliance and systems and mutually identified needs for a number of local organizations and national and regional government of Tanzania.
  • Assess the organizational systems and SBCC capacity of and develop technical assistance plans for the selected partners.
  • Source and manage technical assistance providers to respond to requests in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Guide and monitor implementation of activities to achieve the goals of the project, ensuring that required inputs are in place on time.
  • Develop/refine the projects approaches, resources and learning around capacity strengthening
  • Build staff capacity for capacity strengthening
  • Ensure that the team’s efforts are coordinated and conducted in accordance with the capacity strengthening plans.
  • Report on progress made against technical assistance plans as requested.
  • Represent the project on relevant working groups.
The Senior Capacity Strengthening Advisor will work under the oversight of the Chief of Party and the Deputy Chief of Party to provide overall technical direction to the capacity strengthening activities for the SBCC-Health project.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree or its international equivalent in organizational development, public health, education, social science or a related field.
  • At least 8 years of experience in progressively increasing responsibility in design and managing complex, large capacity strengthening programs in developing countries involving multiple stakeholders.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication
  • Strong understanding and previous experience working with, advising and providing capacity strengthening to the Government of Tanzania and Tanzanian non-governmental organizations/civil society organizations (NGOs/CSOs) and private sector organizations.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of capacity strengthening methodologies at the system, organization, and individual level.
  • Demonstrated strong technical, programming and management skills
  • Demonstrated experience working with the Government of Tanzania, NGO/CSOs and media, private and public sector and other stakeholders preferably in SBCC related areas.
  • Professional training and experience with adult learning methods, training or facilitation, organizational capacity assessments, mapping and planning
  • Proven ability to work as an effective team member
  • Excellent oral/written communication skills in English and one or more additional languages a plus
  • Demonstrated interpersonal and negotiation skills and experience working in collaboration with partners, donors and NGOs
  • Ability to set priorities while multi-tasking, and meet deadlines
  • Language requirements: English and one or more local languages
This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.
We offer competitive compensation and an outstanding benefit package. Please click here to visit FHI 360's Career Center for a list of all open positions.
FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status or characteristic protected under applicable law.

How to apply:

Tanzania help2kids: Volunteer House Manager and Volunteer

Organization: help2kids
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 16 Apr 2016

Volunteer House Manager & Volunteer Coordinator in Tanzania

We are looking for a new Manager of our Volunteer Housein White Sands / Africana, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. It's a beautiful guest house just 5 minutes from the Indian Ocean with four dormitories and two private rooms. The guest house always accommodates between 8 and 15 volunteers of the charityhelp2kids and sometimes also guests.
Latest start date is to arrive in Dar es Salaam by June 15th2016. Benefits include a modern private room with private bathroom, air conditioning, a working computer and phone, as well as internet access. In addition, a shared car will be provided between you and our Project Managers. Help2kids requires the Manager to live at the guest house and be present to help guests and volunteers to navigate Dar es Salaam. We also employ housekeepers, a chef, and guards.
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Management of the Volunteer House Friendly Gecko (22 beds)
  • Handling and support of office administration for the Volunteer House
  • Handling of all volunteer and guest relations, handling of volunteer application process, contact person for all volunteer related issues
  • Coordination of volunteer placements, scheduling, organizing weekly volunteer team meetings, regular meetings with project managers to discuss volunteer placements
  • Managing staff and food and beverages for the Volunteer House
  • Dealing with local and public authorities
  • Weekly reportings to the Board with updated accounting
What we expect
  • Experience in working in East-Africa (also former volunteer experience would be sufficient)
  • Fluent/Excellent in English (other languages would be a benefit)
  • Driver's license (must have)
  • Commitment for 12 months
  • Outgoing personality, flexibility and creativity, open-minded
  • Passion for working in an international environment with a lot of different people and cultures
  • Independent, reliable and accurate
Compensation
  • Free housing at the guest house in a private room with private bathroom and air-conditioning
  • Shared car
  • Full board at the guest house
  • Free laundry and room cleaning
  • Free internet access
  • 5 weeks of holiday
Have a look at www.friendlygecko.com and**www.help2kids.org** for more information about us and the work environment. We are looking forward to your application documents (motivational letter and CV) or questions to [email protected].

How to apply:
Application: Please send your application documents with a motivational letter to [email protected] We would be interested to know specifically:
  • When could you start working for us and how long would you like to commit?
  • Do you have previous experiences in working in Africa or even better in Tanzania?

Research Advisor - East, Central and Southern Africa and South Asia Programmes

Organization: Sightsavers
Closing date: 05 May 2016
Job Purpose (the overall purpose and function of the job):
To support research and other evidence-generating activities within Sightsavers’ programmes in health, education and social inclusion in East, Central and Southern Africa (ECSA) and South Asia. Our current research portfolio includes a wide range of quantitative and qualitative studies, including prevalence surveys, behaviour studies, operational and system research and impact evaluations. We are looking for an experienced researcher with a strong interest in health and disability research and a broad range of expertise using both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. The post holder will work with our global Research team and our programmes in ECSA and South Asia and will support a range of research, dissemination and capacity building activities.
Principal Accountabilities (specific activities and end results):
· Work with the Sightsavers Research team and country offices to identify research questions pertinent to our programmes and to integrate operational research within our ongoing projects;
· Collate country specific information and evidence to underpin our new programmes and funding applications;
· Contribute to the development of study protocols and research tools; and submit ethics applications;
· Liaise with in-country academic partners and/or consultants and supervise all aspects of the fieldwork;
· Contribute to data collection; data analysis; reporting and dissemination of findings through peer-reviewed publications and presentations;
· Discuss research findings with programme managers and implementation partners and ensure that the implications of research are well understood and used in future programmes and advocacy;
· Contribute to organisational capacity building in the area of research skills and knowledge.
Jobholder Entry Requirements - *the essential knowledge, skills and behaviours required*
Knowledge (Education & Related Experience):
· Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline;
· Postgraduate degree in public health, epidemiology, statistics; sociology; research methods or related discipline;
· Good knowledge of different research paradigms and methods, including both quantitative and qualitative approaches;
· Good working knowledge of bibliographic databases and literature review processes;
· Demonstrable experience of conducting and managing research in the areas of health and/or disability;
· Experience of developing research protocols and tools;
· Experience of collecting quantitative and qualitative data and fieldwork supervision;
· Good knowledge and experience of research in ECSA and/ or South Asia;
· Experience of working in partnership with academic institutions;
· Experience of writing literature reviews, research grant applications, research reports and peer-reviewed publications;
· Understanding of research governance and ethical principles particularly in relation to research with children and vulnerable people.
Skills (Special Training or Competence):
· Excellent analytical skills;
· Ability to plan, design, undertake and supervise research projects;
· Ability to collect data using both quantitative and qualitative techniques;
· Good data analysis skills using software packages, eg. STATA, SPSS, NVIVO
· Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English;
· Ability to motivate and work within multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
· Ability to work under pressure;
· Able to travel for up to 16 weeks a year (national and international)
Core Behaviours:
· Communicating & Influencing
· Team Working
· Planning & Organising
· Change & Improvement
· Decision Making
· Delivery and Implementation
Location: Any country within East, Central and South Africa or South Asia with a Sightsavers office -http://www.sightsavers.org/about-us/where-we-work/)

How to apply:
To apply, and for further details about the role, please download an application pack fromhttp://www.sightsavers.net/vacancies
Please download our application form and return the completed application form and equal opportunities form as two separate documents to [email protected]

UN Internship - Staff Development and Learning (JO-57858)

Organization: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Closing date: 28 Apr 2016
SPECIAL NOTICE: Applicants are encouraged to apply for internships which relate directly to their studies and/or skills and expertise. Applicants are asked to please indicate preferences which best match her/his suitability and do so carefully in order to enhance the value of the internship for both the intern and the receiving UN department. A person who is the child or sibling of a staff member shall not be eligible to apply for an internship at the United Nations.
An applicant who bears to a staff member any other family relationship may be engaged as an intern, provided that he or she shall not be assigned to the same work unit of the staff member nor placed under the direct or indirect supervision of the staff member. For purposes of this advertisement, "child" means (i) the child of a staff member; (ii) the child of the spouse of a staff member (stepchild); and (iii) the spouse of a child of a staff member or a staff member's spouse (son- or daughter-in-law). "Sibling" includes the child of both or either parent of a staff member and the child.
The Programme endeavours to attract qualified students, offering them an opportunity to enrich their educational experience through exposure to the work of the Organization. In line with the United Nations internship programme, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) internship provides a framework by which students from diverse academic backgrounds gain exposure to the work of the United Nations through assignment to offices within the Secretariat.
Equally, it provides the Office with the assistance of students specialized in various professional fields. The internship is an unpaid and full-time opportunity and the intern must adhere to the established official weekly working hours of the duty station where it is based with one hour for a lunch break. For more information on the Programme, please visit: https://www.unog.ch
ORG. SETTING AND REPORTING: The United Nations (UN) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is the UN Secretariat department responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to complex emergencies and natural disasters. OCHA also ensures that there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response effort.
The Staff Development and Learning (SDL) unit is the focal point for the implementation of the OCHA Organizational Learning Strategy and supports all aspects of OCHA staff learning and development. The SDL unit mobilizes a learning culture in OCHA and increases staff access to learning opportunities. It also develops training for staff in accordance with organizational need and monitors and evaluates learning results. The facilitation of coordination across OCHA training providers is another SDL responsibility with a focus on information exchanges, developing and implementing common systems and guidance for enhanced coherence and synergies. This internship will be based in Geneva, Switzerland, and the intern will be under the general guidance and supervision of the Staff Development and Learning Officer. The internship is being offered for a minimum period of three (3) months, with a possibility of extension up to six (6) months, starting in August 2016.
RESPONSIBILITIES: In general, the intern will support the organizational learning strategy and provide specific support in relation to the Unit' work. Daily responsibilities will depend on the individual's background and may include but are not limited to: assisting in the design and preparation of learning opportunities on humanitarian, disaster, emergency relief, and related issues; assisting in the coordination of communities of practice (CoPs); contributing to the preparation of communication material, e.g. brochures, posters and newsletters; helping to develop and maintain learning resource information on OCHA Learning Management System; responding to various inquiries and information requests internally and externally for staff learning opportunities; assisting in the organization of meetings, seminars, conferences, workshops, webex, etc. to facilitate learning; assist in establishing and maintaining platforms and systems for OCHA staff development courses and training providers; assist in tracking, monitoring and reporting on learning activities through learning management systems and other data collection methods; and performing tasks as requested by supervisor, as appropriate.
COMPETENCIES: CLIENT ORIENTATION: considers all those to whom services are provided to be “clients ” and seeks to see things from clients’ point of view; establishes and maintains productive partnerships with clients by gaining their trust and respect; identifies clients’ needs and matches them to appropriate solutions; monitors ongoing developments inside and outside the clients’ environment to keep informed and anticipate problems; keeps clients informed of progress or setbacks in projects; meets timeline for delivery of products or services to client. COMMUNICATION: speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, correctly interprets messages from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify, and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; tailors language, tone, style and format to match the audience; demonstrates openness in sharing information and keeping people informed. TEAMWORK: works collaboratively with colleagues to achieve organizational goals; solicits input by genuinely valuing others’ ideas and expertise; is willing to learn from others; places team agenda before personal agenda; supports and acts in accordance with final group decision, even when such decisions may not entirely reflect own position; shares credit for team accomplishments and accepts joint responsibility for team shortcomings.
EDUCATION: To qualify for an internship with the United Nations Internship Programme, applicants must meet one of the following requirements:
Title of degree you are currently pursuing;
  • Be enrolled in a graduate school programme (second university degree or equivalent, or higher); or
  • Be enrolled in the final academic year of a first university degree programme (minimum Bachelor’s level or equivalent); or
  • Have graduated with a university degree and, if selected, much commence the internship within a one year period of graduation from an academic programme. Applicants who are unable to commence the internship within one year of graduation shall not be accepted.
The University degree must be in the area of adult education, social sciences, international relations, management, public administration, economics, library studies, information technology, computer science or in a related field.
WORK EXPERIENCE: Applicants are not required to have professional working experience for participation in the Programme though any academic and/or practical experience in new learning technologies and approaches is desirable. Applicants should be computer literate in standard software applications; have a demonstrated keen interest in the work of the United Nations, a personal commitment to the ideals of the Charter and; have a demonstrated ability to successfully interact with individuals of different cultural backgrounds and beliefs, which includes willingness to understand and be tolerant of differing opinions and views.
LANGUAGES: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this internship fluency in English (both oral and written) is required. Knowledge of French is desirable. Knowledge of another UN official language is an advantage.
ASSESSMENT METHOD: Candidates will be assessed based on their Personal History Profile (PHP). Individual interviews may be conducted by the Hiring Manager directly for further consideration. A complete online application (Cover Note and Personal History profile) is required. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. The cover Note must include:
  • Title of degree you are currently pursuing;
  • Graduation date (when will you be graduating from the programme);
  • List the IT skills and programmes in which you are proficient;
  • Explain why you are the best candidate for the internship position.
In your Personal History Profile, be sure to include all past work experience, if any; IT skills and three (3) references. Due to high volume of applications received, ONLY successful candidates will be contacted.
UNITED NATIONS CONSIDERATIONS: The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs. (Charter of the United Nations - Chapter 3, article 8). The United Nations Secretariat is a non-smoking environment.
THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CHARGE A FEE AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING). THE UNITED NATIONS DOES NOT CONCERN ITSELF WITH INFORMATION ON APPLICANTS’ BANK ACCOUNTS.

How to apply:
Persons interested in this opportunity may apply for this internship directly at: or https://careers.un.org
Prospective applicants who have not yet created a profile in Inspira may establish an account at:https://inspira.un.org

Aonavyo CAG: Bajeti haitekelezeki kwa kuwa hatuangalii kwanza tulichonacho



MDHIBITI na Mkaguzi Mkuu wa Hesabu za Serikali (CAG), Profesa Juma Assad ameshauri upangaji wa bajeti upangwe kutokana na mapato yaliyopo.

Profesa Assad alitoa ushauri huo juzi alipotoa mada katika semina ya wabunge wa Kamati nne za Bunge iliyofanyika Dar es Salaam.

Alisema changamoto iliyopo sasa ni kwamba bajeti hupangwa kwa kuangalia matumizi au matakwa yaliyopo kabla ya kuangalia mapato.

“Kwa kuwa hatuangalii kwanza tulichonacho kabla ya kupanga bajeti matokeo yake bajeti inakuwa haitekelezeki,”alisema.

Alisema changamoto nyingine za bajeti ni pamoja na kupandisha bei wakati wa ununuzi wa bidhaa za umma, kushuka thamani ya shilingi na ubadilishaji wa matumzi ya fedha tofauti na bajeti ilivyoelekeza.

Mbali na kutoa elimu kwa wabunge ya jinsi ya kufuatilia utekelezaji wa Bajeti ya Serikali, CAG pia aliwataka wabunge kujiridhisha kabla ya kuchukua hatua kama kuna jambo lolote limetokea.

“Kama kuna kitu kimetokea tujenge utaratibu wa kuhoji kwanza kitu gani kimetokea, kwa nini kimetokea, athari zake na hatua zipi za kuchukua,”alisema.

Alisema kufanya hivyo kutaepusha migogoro kutokea na kwamba kwa uzoefu hatua hizo huwa hazifuatwi.

Akichangia katika semina hiyo, Mbunge wa Babati Vijijini,Jitu Son alisema kama semina hizo zingekuwa zinatolewa tangu zamani ni dhahiri wabunge wangekuwa wanafanya kazi zao kwa umahiri.

“Vilevile semina kama hizi zingekuwa zinafanyika kuanzia ngazi za halmashauri ili na wao wajifunze jinsi ya kuandaa bajeti hali itakayofanya mfumo mzima wa kuandaa bajeti kuanzia ngazi ya chini kuwa mzuri,”alisema.

Mbunge wa Viti Maalum, Felista Bura alitaka apatiwe ufafanuzi iwapo Ofisa Masuuli atabainika kuokoa fedha lakini kwa kutofuata utaratibu hatua zipi zichukuliwe.

Semina hiyo ilihusisha Kamati ya Bajeti, Kamati ya Hesabu za Serikali za Mitaa (LAAC) , Kamati ya Hesabu za Serikali (PAC) na Kamati ya Uwekezaji na Mitaji ya Umma (PIC).

Mishahara ya watumishi serikalini kusawazishwa iwe katika uwiano ndani ya miezi 15

SIKU chache baada ya Rais Dk. John Magufuli kutoa agizo la kupunguza mishahara mikubwa ya watendaji wa mashirika ya umma, hatimaye Serikali kupitia Bodi ya Mishahara imeanza kazi ya kufanya marekebisho hayo.

Hatua hiyo imekuja baada ya Rais Magufuli, kuagiza kushushwa kwa viwango vya mishahara ya viongozi wa mashirika ya umma ambapo wengine hulipwa Sh milioni 36 hadi milioni 40 kwa mwezi.

Akizungumza na MTANZANIA jana jijini Dar es Salaam, Waziri wa Nchi Ofisi ya Rais Menejimenti ya Utumishi wa Umma na Utawala Bora, Angellah Kairuki, alisema katika kipindi cha miezi 15 kuanzia sasa mishahara ya watumishi hao itapunguzwa na kuwa yenye uwiyano.

“Katika kuhakikisha agizo hilo linatekelezwa tunayo Bodi ya Mishahara ambayo ilianzishwa katika Serikali ya awamu ya nne na jukumu lake kubwa ni kufanya mapitio ya mishahara mbalimbali na kuhakikisha mishahara ya watumishi wa umma haipishani sana.

“Hatua ambazo tumeanza kuzitekeleza, tayari mamlaka zetu zimeanza kukutana kupitia Utumishi, Hazina na Msajili wa Hazina ili kuangalia namna ya kulitekeleza agizo hilo,” alisema Waziri Kairuki.

Alisema kutokana na hali hiyo mamlaka hizo hivi sasa zinaangalia mishahara ya taasisi mbalimbali na watumishi ili kuweza kubaini wale wanaolipwa zaidi ya Sh milioni 15 ni wangapi na itakatwa vipi.

Akizungumzia taasisi zinazozalisha kwa kiwango kikubwa na kuwa na uwezo wa kujiendesha, Waziri Kairuki, alisema Bodi ya Mishahara hivi sasa ina jukumu la kuangalia uwiano baina ya mtumishi wa umma na mashirika ya Serikali.

“Unakuta mtumishi wa taasisi X kiwango chake cha elimu, uzoefu, ujuzi, muda wa kuingia kazini pamoja na kazi anayoifanya ni sawa na ya mtumishi wa taasisi Y lakini unakuta mtumishi X analipwa mshahara mkubwa zaidi ya mara tano ya mtumishi Y jambo ambalo si haki katika utumishi,” alisema.

Kauli ya Magufuli

Machi 30, mwaka huu akiwa wilayani Chato, Mkuu huyo wa nchi, alisema kuna watu wanalipwa kiwango kikubwa cha mishahara na wamekuwa wakiishi kuliko hata malaika na sasa ni lazima washushwe ili waishi kama shetani.

Hatua ya Rais Magufuli, kupitisha panga na kuweka uwiyano wa mishahara kwa watendaji wa taasisi hizo unaelezwa kuwa utaisaidia uwajibikaji na usawa kwa watendaji.

Katika mkutano huo, Rais Magufuli, alishangazwa na baadhi ya bodi za wakurugenzi kushindwa kufanyakazi zao kwa mujibu wa sheria na badala yake wamekuwa na kazi ya kupandisha mishahara kwa watendaji.

Alisema anashangazwa na bodi hizo, kwani kila kukicha zimekuwa zikifanya kazi ya kupandisha mishahara pamoja na kufanya vikao nje ya nchi.

Alisema hivi sasa ameunda timu ya wataalamu ambayo imeanza kufanya kazi ya upunguzaji mishahara mikubwa kwa watendaji wakuu wa mashirika ya umma.

“Tena hawa wakurugenzi ndio wanaongoza kwa kulipwa fedha nyingi na hata kwenda kufanya vikao ulaya. Ninasema hapa kwamba suala hili litaanza kushughulikiwa katika bajeti hivi karibuni,” alisema Rais Magufuli.

Alisema tayari ameunda timu ya wataalamu ambayo inafanya kazi ya kupunguza mishahara hiyo na kufikia Sh milioni 15 kwa mwezi ili asipatikane Mtanzania anayelipwa zaidi ya kiwango hicho.

“Kuna watu wanaishi kuliko hata malaika lazima tuwashushe waishi kama shetani,” alisema Rais Magufuli.

Mishahara hewa

Katika hatua nyingine Waziri Kairuki alisema kuwa Serikali imeokoa Sh bilioni 3.95 katika kipindi cha kuanzia Machi Mosi hadi April 4 mwaka huu ambazo zingetumika kulipa mishahara ya watumishi hewa 4,317 nchini kote.

Alisema baada ya kupokea taarifa za awali za watumishi hewa kutoka kwa wakuu wa mikoa wamebaini kuwepo kwa upungufu katika taarifa hizo.

Alitaja upungufu huo kuwa ni pamoja na taarifa hizo kutokuwa na majina ya watumishi hao na waliotolewa kwenye malipo, sababu za kuondolewa pamoja na utambulisho.

Kutokana na dosari hizo wizara yake imewaagiza waajiri wote wawe wamewasilisha taarifa zao wiki hii ili kuwezesha kujua kwa usahihi wa watumishi ambao ni hewa na hatua ambazo zinachukuliwa.

Kambi ya upinzani yachambua

Kwa upande wake Waziri Kivuli na Msemaji Mkuu wa Kambi ya upinzani bungeni, Ofisi ya Rais Menejimenti ya Utumishi wa Umma na Utawala Bora, Ruth Mollel, alisema kuna tatizo ambalo linachangia kuwepo na kukua kwa tatizo la watumishi hewa katika utumishi wa umma.

Alisema tatizo hilo ni udhaifu mkubwa wa Tume ya Utumishi wa Umma ambayo ndio Tume Rekebu yenye jukumu la kuhakiki raslimali watu katika utumishi wote wa umma.

“Kwa mujibu wa taarifa rasmi zilizotolewa na Tume hiyo kwa Kamati ya Bunge ya Utawala na Serikali za Mitaa hivi karibuni, Tume hiyo inakabiliwa na matatizo makubwa yanayokwamisha utendaji kazi wake.

“Kwa mfano, Tume hiyo haina watumishi wa kada mbali mbali, vitendea kazi vya aina mbali mbali kama vile magari, kompyuta na vifaa vingine vya ofisi.

“Na katika mwaka huu wa fedha, Tume ya Utumishi wa Umma imepatiwa aslimia 9.3 ya fedha iliyotengwa kwenye bajeti kwa ajili yake.

“Katika mazingira haya, Tume hiyo imeshindwa kabisa kutekeleza majukumu ya kuhakiki watumishi wa umma katika maeneo mbali mbali ya nchi yetu.

“…tatizo lingine ambalo limechangia kuwepo au kuongezeka kwa watumishi hewa ni kutokuwepo kwa mfumo mmoja wa rasilmali watu unaojumuisha na kuunganisha mifumo mingine yote.

“Kwa mfano, kwa utaratibu wa sasa, mfumo wa kusajili uzazi na vifo uliopo chini ya RITA haujaunganishwa na mfumo wa utumishi wa umma wala na mifumo ya hifadhi ya jamii kama vile NSSF, LAPF, PSPF,” alisema.

Mollel, alisema si mara ya kwanza kwa Serikali kufanya uhakiki wa watumishi wa umma ili kuondoa watumishi hewa.

Alisema mwaka 1993 Serikali ilisimamisha kwa muda utaratibu wa kulipa mishahara ya watumishi wa umma kwa kuipitishia kwenye akaunti zao benki na badala yake Serikali ilihakiki kwa kuwalipa mishahara kupitia dirishani.

“Yaani malipo ya moja kwa moja kwa watumishi husika. Watumishi ambao hawakujitokeza kuchukua mishahara yao dirishani walihesabika kuwa ni ‘watumishi hewa’ na majina yao yaliondolewa katika ‘payroll.’ Hata hivyo uhakiki huo ulishindwa kuondoa tatizo la ‘watumishi hewa’ ambalo liliendelea kuwa sugu katika utumishi wa umma nchini,” alisema.

March 2016 Newsletter: Freedom of expression in Eastern Africa

This monthly bulletin provides a snapshot of the status of Freedom of Expression in Eastern Africa. It is compiled by ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa with the assistance of its partners in their respective countries.

ETHIOPIA

March 3: William Davison, correspondent with Bloomberg, and Jacey Fortin, freelance journalist,along with a translator whom they had hired, were arrested and detained by Ethiopian federal police near the eastern town of Awash. Their phones and identification cards were confiscated before they were escorted back to Addis Ababa, where they spent the night in a police cell. Police released both journalists and translator without charges the following day.

March 10: Solomon Kebede, managing editor of Ethiopian paper Ye Muslimoch Guday (now defunct), was sentenced to prison,having already spent more than three years incarcerated on terrorism charges. It was not immediately clear for long his imprisonment wouldlast, but reports now indicated that Kabede was sentenced to three years and 11 months.

KENYA
March 2: Martha Wanjiru Miano, was arrested and arraigned for posting allegations on Facebook that Governor Nderitu Gachagua's brother, Rigathi Gachagua, had taken control of Mathira water community project by procuring and financing hired thugs and a local Member of County A. Miano had allegedly thus committed the offence of posting 'annoyance messages' - an offence under the Kenya Information and Communication (KICA) Act. The government has continued to use it to punish bloggers in the country on Facebook on December 29 2015, a crime under 29 of the Kenya Information and Communication (KICA) Act; chapter 411 of the laws of Kenya. She appeared before Principal Magistrate Desiderius Orimba where she denied all the charges. She was later released after the court established that her arrest was unprocedural.

March 8: John Lenkulate, human rights activist, appeared before a magistrate's court over Facebookposts regarding Samburu County Governor, Moses Lenolkulal: the activist was charged with abuse of social media under section 29 of the Information and Communication (KICA) Act regarding 'improper use of a licensed telecommunication system'. He is alleged to have posted the comments "knowing them to be false and intended to cause annoyance to the Samburu County governor." On March 29 Lenkulate was arrested and locked up when he went for his case mention at Maralal court.

March 15: Timothy Chemno,reporter with Kass FM, was threatened by ElgeyoMarakwet Governor, Alex Tolgos over what Tolgos alleged that the journalist was constantly focusing only on negative stories in his County. In an audio-recording by the journalists,sent to ARTICLE19, the governor is heard alleging that the journalist had become a social "activist". The governor said, "you do your work but we are watching you closely…"

March 22: Charles Lwanga, correspondent for Mombasa-based Nation Media Group,was threatened by Ganze Member of Parliament, Peter Shehe, following the publication of a story implicating the legislator in the disappearance of Sh5 million Constituency Development Fund in cash. He said the MP telephoned him twice after the story appeared in the Daily Nation on March 17 under the headline, 'lawmaker charged afresh with loss of CDF's Sh5m' .On March 17, 2016, Lwanga said the legislator, who at first did not identify himself said "Are you the one who wrote false information in newspapers to taint my image? Are you not that journalist from Nation Media who has written a false story to taint me?" Lwanga recorded a statement with the police in Malindi after receiving threats fromShehe.

March 23: Allan WadiOkengowas charged for a second time with incitement to violence. It is alleged that he incited people to violence in a Facebook post. Wadi made a comment regarding the request on March 10 by the national government to Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho to return three firearms in his possession. Wadiwas given a sh50, 000 cash bail, which he was unable to pay,and was placed in prison. The case will be heard on April 22.

Wadi was first arrested and charged with similar offences in January 2015. He was sentenced for two years for posting hate messages under Section 13 and 62 of the National Cohesion and Integration (NCIC) Act 2008, which criminalises hate speech, racial and ethnic contempt on Facebook. He was given one year each for hate speech and undermining the authority of a public officer, over comments made on Facebook. He was released eight months into serving his sentence.

March 30: Parliamentary Committee on Broadcasting and Library suggested amendments to standing orders regarding media activities in the precincts of Parliament. The proposals, if adopted, would mean that requests to conduct media related activity would be handled by the Speaker of the Senate, or the Speaker of the National Assembly.

Parliamentary reporters are currently accredited by the Media Relations Office, who issue photo identity cards and grant access to the precincts of Parliament for the purposes of covering interviews and committee meetings. However, the new proposals would remove this mandate, and place it with the Speaker of the Senate or National Assembly. The proposals furthermore suggest that the Speakers themselves should ensure that media activities comply with standing orders, and that media activities serve an educational, cultural, or news purpose.

Under the proposals, cameramen and photographers would be required to report to the head of security before they could take photographs or videos, as well as requiring the prior permission of the person they are filming or photographing.

Violation of the new restrictions could result in denial of access during a sitting day, suspension of an individual's pass for a day, denial of access to the press gallery for three days for a media house or any other penalty the Speaker may deem fit. Repeated violations could result in a one-month suspension for the media house or suspension of the individual's pass for the same period

SOMALIA

March 3: A Mogadishu military court found Hassan Hanafi, former journalist, guilty of involvement in the killing of five journalists on behalf of the armed militant group Al-Shabaab. The court found him guilty of being, either partly or directly, responsible for the killings of Mahad Ahmed Elmi, director of Capital Voice radio, a private station run by HornAfrik Media; Ali Iimaan Sharmarke, the founder and co-owner of HornAfrik Media; Said Tahliil Ahmed, director of HornAfrik for TV and radio stations; Mukhtar Mohamed Hirabe, a reporter for Radio Shabelle; and Sheikh Nur Mohamed Abkey of Radio Mogadishu the only murder to which Hanafi confessed. The murders happened between 2007 and 2010.

Hanafi was sentenced to death by execution, which in Somalia is usually carried out by firing squad.

Previously before joining Al Shabaab, Hanafi worked as a radio reporter at Holy Quran Radio and later as a reporter for Radio Andalus, a mouthpiece for the militant group, before joining its armed wing.The court heard that he regularly called Somali journalists to threaten them with death if they refused to join the militant group.

March 20: A military court in Mogadishu upheld sentences for six people convicted in connection with the December 2015 murder of Somali broadcast journalist Hindia Haji Mohamed. The defendants appealed the original ruling, but the military court fully upheld the verdicts and sentences, first announced on February 25. Two of the six men whose convictions were upheld, Hassan Nur Ali Farah and Abdirisack Mohamed Barrow, were sentenced to death.

Four others were sentenced for their roles as co-conspirators in the murder: Mo'allin Mohmed Abukar Ali and Mo'alin Mohamed Sheikh Yusuf were each sentenced to life in prison; Ali Hassan Aden Tooni and Muheyadin Osman Mohamed Awale were sentenced to 15 and 10 years in prison, respectively. Hindia was a journalist for the state-run broadcasters Radio Mogadishu and Somali National TV. She was killed by a bomb which had been planted under the seat of her car, detonated by remote control.

March 24: Attorney General of semi-autonomous republic of Somaliland issued an order to immediately cease the publication of daily newspaper Codka Shacabka (The Voice of the People). The Attorney General's office claimed that the newspaper had not been properly registered after it was taken over by new owners a few weeks ago, who are a group of journalists, who are known to be critical of the government, but are not affiliated with any political party. It is speculated that this is part of a government plan to curtail the activities of the newspaper.

According to reports the office of the attorney, which is responsible for issuing licenses to newspaper owners, also cited registration violations when ordering the privately owned newspapers, Hubsad and XogOgaal, to close in recent months.

SOUTH SUDAN

March 4: Joseph Afandi, was abducted and tortured just two weeks after his release from prison on February 19. Afandi was editor at the daily El Tabeer before National Security Service agents arrested him in Juba on December 30, 2015, before ordering the publication's employees to stop publishing the newspaper. Afandiwas detained without charge for nearly two months: reasons for his detention were unclear, though reports indicated El Tabeer newspaper had written an article critical of the ruling party - Sudan People's Liberation Movement.

According to reports Afandi was abducted by unidentified men in a white vehicle with tinted windows and no number plate. He was found badly beaten and burned near a cemetery in the capital, Juba, four days later, with serious leg injuries caused by burning plastic, and was later hopitalised.

Salma Said (photo from tangarahatz blog accessed by wavuti.com on April 9, 2016)
TANZANIA

March 18: Salma Said, reporter with the Kiswahili-language Mwananchi and a correspondent for Deutsche Welle - Germany's international broadcaster, was abducted by unknown individuals shortly after the journalist arrived at Dar es Salaam's Julius Nyerere International Airport on theway to Zanzibar to cover an election. Said was found two days later on March 20. Said had expressed concerns for her safety after she received threatening phone calls and text messages from anonymous callers previously.

According to reports Said's abductors were particularly unhappy with her reporting on militias, widely suspected to be aligned with the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi party, which had attacked opposition supporters. According to reports, Said described having been "confined into a room, where they brutally kicked and beat me to the point where I was weary and faintly breathing. They would leave the room, only to come back and do the same over again. I suffered crude blows all over my body, the pain was severe, and I had to stay calm and do as they please."

The journalist said her captors had been silent for much of the time she was held, but that they told her "that they [did not] want [her] reporting on the ongoing elections in Zanzibar."

UGANDA

March 1: Remmy Bahati and Badebye Godfrey, journalists for NBS Television were arrested by the Uganda Police Force as they covered live events at the road leading to the home of opposition politician and former presidential candidate, Dr. Kizza Besigye.

Dr. Kizza Besigye is still under house arrest at his home at Kasangati. Godfrey, Bahati's cameraman was injured when hit by police. Ingird Turinawe, an official of Forum for Democratic Change, was also arrested and allegedly stripped naked by the officers for protesting Bahati's arrest.

Four police officers and men in civilian clothes chased after and arrested Bahati as she continued to relaythe eventslive. She was arrested and manhandled before being pushed into a police van. She was detained at Kasangati police station for sometime before she was released without charge, she was however warned, together with other journalists, by Police Director of Human Resource, Andrew Felix Kaweesi, not to continue camping at the road heading to Besigye's home.

March 4: Seven journalists, Ssebalamu Kigongo of Bukedde television, Diana Kibuuka and Kakooza George William, both of CBS radio, Ssempijja Godfrey of Bukedde Newspaper, Ssebaggala Sunday of NBS television, Mugganga Evie of Radio One and Shanitah Nabwabye of Pearl of Africa radio were attacked by supporters of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM),who also destroyed their gadgets and deleted material from the cameras. The journalists were covering elections for special interest groups at Entebbe in Wakiso district at the Mayor's Gardens. The journalists implicated the president's protection force -the Special Forces Command (SFC) in the attack.

March 23: Judith Naluggwa of Bukedde TV was punched in the lower abdomen at the registry of the Anti-Corruption Court in Kololo, Kampala by Abraham James Byandala, Minister without Portfolio, who is on trial for alleged corruption.

Familia ya Mama aliyejifungua mapacha 4 inaomba kusaidiwa

MKAZI wa Kimara, Abednego Mafuluka, ameiomba Serikali na jamii kumsaidia malazi ya watoto pacha wanne ambao mkewe, Sara Dimosa, amejifungua katika Hospitali ya Taifa Muhimbili (MNH).

Akizungumza jana na MTANZANIA Jumamosi katika wodi namba 10 ambako mkewe amelazwa, Mafuluka alisema amelazimika kuomba msaada kwa sababu watoto hao wanahitaji matunzo makubwa.

“Mke wangu amejifungua kwa upasuaji watoto wanne Aprili 4, mwaka huu na tuna watoto wengine wawili ambao Mungu ametujalia kwa maana hiyo sasa tuna jumla ya watoto sita na wote wanahitaji matunzo.

“Hawa wawili wakubwa wameanza shule. Tunakoishi tumepanga hivyo natafuta fedha za matunzo ya familia, pango la nyumba na sasa hawa mapacha wanahitaji maziwa ya ziada ili waweze kuishi maana ya mama yao hayatoshi na lazima nipate fedha kwa ajili ya kumnunulia chakula cha kutosha,” alisema Mafuluka.

Alisema kazi yake ni fundi umeme aliyejiajiri mwenyewe na kwamba amekuwa akikutana na changamoto nyingi za ugumu wa maisha licha ya kujituma katika kazi zake.

Naye Sara, mama wa pacha hao alisema anamshukuru Mungu kwa kumuwezesha kujifungua watoto hao wakiwa salama.
“Nashukuru Mungu pia familia zetu zimepokea kwa furaha juu ya watoto wetu na wamekuwa wakitusaidia lakini hatuwezi kuwategemea kila siku. Nitahitaji na wasichana wa kunisaidia ambao nitatakiwa kuwalipa mshahara hivyo nalazimika kuomba jamii nayo itusaidie,” alisema Sara.

Kwa upande wake, nesi msaidizi wa wodi hiyo, Enessy Mwambene, alisema watoto hao wamezaliwa bila tatizo lolote na wanaendelea vizuri hadi hivi sasa.

“Muhimbili tunajisikia fahari kwa kufanikisha upasuaji huu umepita muda mrefu kupokea mama aliyejifungua watoto wanne, ni vyema wasamaria wema wakajitokeza kuisaidia familia hii kulea watoto wao kama inavyopaswa,” alisema.

Kasheshe itakayowakumba waliohusika kulipa, kupokea mishahara kwa hadaa

Sakata la mishahara ya watumishi hewa limechukua sura mpya baada ya serikali kuanza uchunguzi kuwabaini watumishi wote waliokuwa wakijilipa mishahara hiyo ili hatimaye wachukuliwe hatua.

Hivi karibuni, Rais John Magufuli alisema kuna mfanyakazi wa Mamlaka ya Mapato (TRA) ambaye anajilipa mishahara 17 ya wafanyakazi hewa.

Kwa mujibu wa Waziri wa Utumishi, Angela Kairuki, watumishi hewa wameshaisababishia serikali hasara Sh. bilioni 7.6 kuanzia Januari hadi Machi.

Habari za uhakika kutoka Ofisi ya Rais Tawala za Mikoa na Serikali za Mitaa (Tamisemi), zilieleza Nipashe kuwa tayari serikali imeanza uchunguzi wake kuwabaini maofisa utumishi waliokuwa wakitafuna fedha hizo ili wakamatwe.

Mtoa taarifa wetu alisema ukamataji huo utahusisha hazina, waliolipa, wafanyakazi wa wizarani na hata Halmashauri, na kwamba ni suala ambalo linahitaji upelelezi wa kitaalamu kuwabaini wahusika.

"Wale waliokuwa wakitajirika na mishahara hewa siku zao zinahesabika na uchunguzi unaofanyika si wa kawaida," kilisema chanzo chetu ambacho hakikupenda kutajwa jina.

"Muda si mrefu watakuwa wamejulikana na sheria itachukua mkondo wake, wapo watakaosimamishwa kazi, wengine watafukuzwa kabisa.

“Inasubiriwa ripoti ya nchi nzima, kwa sasa kazi ya uchunguzi iko katika hatua nzuri sana wale wote waliojilipa hizo fedha watajulikana na hawatakwepa maana ushahidi na vielelezo vya kuwatia hatiani vipo.”

Waziri Kairuki alipohojiwa kuhusiana na watumishi wake kuhusika katika ulipaji mishahara, alisema ni mapema kulizungumzia suala hilo.

Kwa upande wake, Waziri wa Nchi Ofisi ya Rais, Tawala za Mikoa na Serikali za Mitaa (Tamisemi), George Simbachawene, alisema watumishi ambao watabainika kuhusika kujilipa mishahara ya watumishi hewa watachukuliwa hatua kali.

Akizungumza na waandishi wa habari wiki hii Waziri Kairuki alisema wamebainika wafanyakazi hewa 7,795 kuanzia
Januari hadi Aprili mwaka huu ambao walishalipwa Sh. bilioni 7.6 tangu waache kuwa watumishi wa umma.

Alifafanua kuhusu watumishi hao kuwa kati ya watumishi hewa 4,317, walibainika ndani ya mwezi mmoja, watumishi 3,033 waligundulika mara tu baada ya Rais John Magufuli kutoa tamko Machi 15 kuhusiana na watumishi hewa.

Alisema baadhi ya watumishi hao walishafariki, wengine walishastaafu na wengine ni majina bandia yaliyongizwa na wajanja ili wawe wanachukua mishahara yao.

Alisema kutokana na hali hiyo, ofisi yake imeagiza maofisa tawala wote wa idara za serikali kufanya uhakiki na kujua huyo mtumishi hewa kituo chake cha kazi kilikuwa kipi, kazi alizokuwa anafanya, tarehe ya kuajiriwa, kufa au kustaafu ama kufukuzwa kazi.

Mawakala 2 mahakamani kwa kusafirisha kemikali zenye vionvyo vya dawa za kulevya

MAWAKALA wa Usafirishaji, Revocatus Musuli (45) na Timothy Nilila (43), wakazi wa Tabata Kinyerezi, jijini Dar es Salaam, wamefikishwa mahakamani wakikabiliwa kujibu shitaka la kusafirisha kemikali zenye vionjo vya dawa ya kulevya kwenda Pakistan.

Washtakiwa hao walisomewa mashitaka yao mbele ya Hakimu Mkazi Mkuu, Hellen Riwa.

Upande wa Jamhuri ulidai kuwa kati ya Oktoba 5 na 23, mwaka jana, katika Bandari ya Dar es Salaam wilayani Ilala, washtakiwa walikutwa wakisafirisha kemikali aina ya Acwtic Anhydride na Acetic Comprising.

Ilidaiwa kuwa kemikali hizo zilifungwa kwenye mamboksi 880 yenye uzito wa kilo 22,000 zikiwa na vionjo na madhara kama dawa za kulevya wakifarisha kwenda Pakistan.

Washtakiwa hawakutakiwa kujibu chochote kwa kuwa kesi hiyo upelelezi utakapokamilika itahamishiwa Mahakama Kuu Tanzania Kanda ya Dar es Salaam kwa ajili ya kusikilizwa.

Hakimu Riwa alisema kesi hiyo itatajwa Aprili 14, mwaka huu na aliamuru washtakiwa wapelekwe mahabusu.

MWR Samia azindua mradi wa ujenzi wa nyumba Palm Villege Msasani Beach Waterfort


Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan, akizindua Mradi wa Ujenzi wa Nyumba za Palm Village leo Aprili 09, 2016 unaodhaminiwa na kujengwa na Kampuni ya Uwekezaji ya Group 6 ya China. Mradi huo unaojengwa katika eneo la Msasani Beach Waterfront unategemewa kutoa ajira jumla ya watu 2000 utakapokamilika.

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan, akitembelea mradi. Kulia Mwenyekiti wa Kampuni hiyo Jonson Huang

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan kwa niaba ya Kampuni ya Mradi wa Ujenzi wa Nyumba za Palm Village Msasani Beach Waterfront akikabidhi mfano wa hundi yenye jumla ya Tshs. 10,000,000/= kwa uongozi wa Shule Msingi Mbuyuni kwa ajili ya kuendeleza shule hiyo. Kulia Afisa Muandamizi Ubalozi wa China Hapa Nchini Guo Haodong, wapili kushoto Waziri wa Nchi Ofisi ya Rais TAMISEMI Mhe. Geoge Simbachawene, na Waziri Biasha na Uwekezaji Mhe. Chales Mwijage.

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan, akikata utepe kuzindua rasmi mradi. Kulia Afisa Mwandamizi wa Ubalozi wa China hapa nchini, Guo Haodong. Wa tatu kushoto Mwenyekiti wa Kampuni Uwekezaji ya Group 6, Jonson Huang. Wa pili kushoto ni Mhe. Geoge Simbachawene na Mhe. Chales Mwijage.

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan, akiondoa pazia kuzindua rasmi mradi.

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan (katikati) katika picha ya pamoja na uongozi wa kampuni ya uwekezaji ya Group 6 ya China

Mhe. Samia Suluhu Hassan akizungumza jambo na Guo Haodong
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Mohamed Said aomba radhi kwa habari aliyoichapisha kuhusu "Kuteswa kwa Jamal Yassin"

Picha kutoka kwenye blogu ya Mohamed Said
Mwandishi wa makala za historia na wanahistoria wa Zanzibar na Tanganyika pamoja na uchambuzi kuhusu masuala ya Kiislam, Mohamed Said, ammeandika katika blogu yake, ''USTADH'' JAMAL YASSIN TAPELI BINGWA" na habari husika anayoizungumzia ni, "JAMAL YASSIN: NILIKAMATWA, NIKAWEKWA RUMANDE, NIKATESWA NIKISHUTUMIWA GAIDI" unaweza kubofya vichwa vya habari hizo na kusoma zaidi.


One thing that makes men even more attractive...

One thing that makes men even more attractive than good looks or a sense of humour: altruism


That saying about nice guys may have to be changed.

A study, published in Evolutionary Psychology January 2016, found that 202 women, when presented with different men combined with knowledge of whether they had done a good deed or not, chose the altruistic man for a long-term relationship regardless of how physically attractive they were.

Granted, they tended to choose attractive, selfish men for a one night stand most times, but long term relationships were predominately for good Samaritans.

Meanwhile, another study published January 2015, showed that those who reported doing good deeds were more likely to say they were in a relationship the subsequent year, than those who did not.

Many previous studies have also shown that altruism is important to mate selection, while other traits such as humour and intelligence have been found to play a role too.

However, generosity was found to matter above all other traits by a 2013 psychological study especially in the case of long-term relationships.

Many of these studies have small sample sizes, and it's worth considering whether people behave the same in a laboratory with anonymous test subjects compared to your average pub, bar or dinner party.

But in short, the science says if you're looking for long-term love you probably need to think a bit about what you're giving.

Hakimu atengua ushindi wa CHADEMA Moshi iliyoshinda Uchaguzi Mkuu 2015

Mahakama ya Hakimu Mkazi Moshi imetengua rasmi matokeo ya udiwani, Kata ya Boma Mbuzi wilayani hapa yaliyompa ushindi mgombea wa CHADEMA, Yudosi Tarimo katika Uchaguzi Mkuu uliofanyika Oktoba 25, mwaka jana.

Hukumu hiyo imetokana na kesi ya kupinga ushindi iliyofunguliwa na aliyekuwa mgombea wa kiti hicho kupitia CCM, Juma Raibu.

Hukumu hiyo iliyotolewa leo na Hakimu Mkazi, Pamela Meena ilisomwa na Hakimu Julieth Maole baada ya kusikiliza pande zote mbili na kuridhika na ushahidi uliotolewa na upande wa mlalamikaji.

Hakimu Maole alisema katika uchaguzi huo Tarimo alipata kura nyingi dhidi ya Raibu kwa tofauti ya kura moja.

Alisema katika vituo vinane vya kupigia kura vilivyokuwa katika kata hiyo, vilikuwa na tofauti ya matokeo ya udiwani wakati wa kuhesabiwa ikilinganishwa na idadi ya watu waliopiga kura.
"Kwa utofauti huo ulikuwapo ni wazi kwamba katika majumuisho ya kura yaliyompa ushindi mgombea wa CHADEMA haukuwa wake kutokana na mgombea wa CCM kuweza kuithibitishia Mahakama," alisema hakimu huyo.
Raibu alifungua kesi ya kupinga matokeo ya udiwani yaliyompa ushindi Tarimo wa kura 3,512 dhidi ya kura 3,511 alizopata yeye.

Akizungumza baada ya hukumu hiyo kusomwa, Tarimo alisema hajaridhika na atawasiliana na wanasheria wake ili waweze kukata rufaa kwa madai kuwa, katika uamuzi wake hakimu hakuzingatia ushahidi muhimu aliouwasilisha.

Baada ya hukumu kutolewa mamia ya wafuasi wa CCM waliokuwa wamefurika nje ya Mahakama hiyo walishangilia ushindi wa mgombea wao.