Kurasa za mbele na nyuma za magazeti ya Tanzania leo Julai 14, 2016














































Orodha ya majina ya Magazeti 473 yaliyofutiwa usajili na Serikali

Waziri Nnauye akionesha kwa waandishi wa habari tangazo la serikali Na. 65 linaloonesha kusudio la kufuta viapo vya usajili wa magazeti ambayo hayajachapishwa kwa muda wa miaka mitatu kwa mujibu wa sheria ya magazeti leo jijini Dar es Salaam. Kushoto ni Kaimu Mkuu wa Kitengo cha Sheria Bi. Flora Mwenyembegu. (Picha na: Genofeva Matemu)
Na: Frank Mvungi

Serikali imefuta usajili wa magazeti 473 kupitia tangazo lake lililochapishwa katika Gazeti la Serikali lenye namba 195, (Supplement No. 23) la tarehe 10/06/2016 kutokana na Magazeti hayo kutochapishwa kwa muda wa miaka mitatu mfululizo.

Kauli hiyo imetolewa na Waziri wa Habari, Utamaduni, Sanaa na Michezo Mhe. Nape Nnauye wakati akizungumza na vyombo vya habari leo jijini Dar es Salaam.

Mhe. Nnauye alifafanua kuwa kutokana na kufutwa kwa viapo vya usajili wa magazeti hayo, mtu yeyote atakayechapisha au kusambaza magazeti yaliyotajwa katika tangazo hilo kwa njia ya nakala ngumu au kieletroniki atakuwa anakiuka sheria ya magazeti sura ya 229 kifungu cha 6 na hivyo atachukuliwa hatua kwa mujibu wa sheria.

“Iwapo kuna mmiliki wa gazeti ambaye angependa kuendelea na biashara hii baada ya kufutwa magazeti hayo, milango iko wazi kwa ajili ya kuwasilisha maombi mapya ya usajili kwa kufuata taratibu zilizopo” alisisitiza Mhe. Nnauye.

Akifafanua Mhe. Nnauye amesema kuwa wamiliki wa magazeti 473 yakiwemo Alasiri, Pambamoto, Mipasho, Mirindimo, na Taifa Tanzania ambao viapo vyao vimefutwa, wahakikishe kwamba hawavunji sheria kwa kuanza biashara hii ya magazeti bila kufuata taratibu za kujisajili upya na endapo watakiuka maelekezo hayo hatua kali za kisheria zitachukuliwa dhidi yao.

Kwa mujibu wa kifungu cha 23 (1), Waziri mwenye dhamana ya kusimamia sekta ya Habari amepewa mamlaka ya kufuta hati za viapo zilizoandikishwa na gazeti ambalo halikutolewa kwa muda wa miaka mitatu mfululizo baada ya kutangaza kusudio la kuyafuta magazeti husika kupitia Gazeti la Serikali.

Wizara imefanya mapitio ya viapo vya usajili wa magazeti yote na Ofisi ya Waziri mwenye dhamana ya Habari imejiridhisha kuwa kuna idadi ya magazeti 473 ambayo yamesajiliwa lakini hayajachapishwa kwa zaidi ya miaka mitatu.

Kufuatia hali hiyo, tangazo la serikali Na. 65 la tarehe 22 Machi, 2013 lilitolewa kwa ajili ya kutangaza kusudio la kufuta viapo vya usajili wa magazeti 550 na kupewa fursa ya kujitetea au kuonyesha nia ya kuendelea kuchapisha.

Baada ya tangazo hilo magazeti 77 yalionyesha nia yakuendelea kuchapisha, kwa mantiki hiyo hadi sasa kufuatia orodha ya wakati huo pamoja na kupewa muda mrefu zaidi ya unaotakiwa kuna magazeti 473 ambayo hayachapishwi na yamekosa sifa ya kuendelea kutambulika na msajili wa magazeti kwa mujibu wa sheria.

Aidha Mhe. Nnauye ametoa pongezi kwa wamiliki wa vyombo vya habari ambao wamekuwa wakifuata sheria na taratibu zinazosimamia tasnia ya habari ili kufikia malengo ya kuwahudumia wananchi kwani Serikali inathamini sana mchango wa huduma ya vyombo hivyo.

Kwa mujibu wa takwimu za ofisi ya Msajili wa Magazeti iliyopo chini ya Idara ya Habari (MAELEZO), Tanzania inayo magazeti na majarida 881 yaliyosajiliwa kisheria. Hata hivyo licha ya magazeti na majarida kusajiliwa yapo baadhi yameshidwa kuchapishwa na wamiliki mara baada ya kusajiliwa na mengine yalichapishwa kwa muda mfupi na kuacha kabisa uchapishaji.

Orodha ya majina ya Magazeti 473 yaliyofutiwa usajili na Serikali baada ya kutochapishwa kwa muda wa miaka mitatu.

Orodha ya magazeti hayo ni:

1. Sports Scene
2. Uzazi Bora
3. Elimu Haina Mwisho
4. Habari Maalum ya Uzima Tele
5. Lengo
6. Lishe
7. Mfanyakazi Huru
8. Mapinduzi ya Kijamaa
9. Ngao
10. Uhuru na Amani
11. International Diplomacy
12. Pambamoto
13. Tanztravel
14. Carmel
15. Sky Safety
16. Sauti ya Amani
17. Professional Accountant
18. AAT Newsletter
19. Elimu ya Afya
20. Family Mirror
21. Sauti ya Siti
22. Materials Management Journal
23. Contact Magazine
24. Miombo Newsletter
25. Mkulima
26. Weekend Magazine
27. ALAT Magazine
28. Uhai wa Mtoto
29. Kilimo Leo
30. Kahawa News
31. Usangu Leo
32. Drug Information Bulletin
33. Michapo
34. TCMA Newsletter
35. Track News
36. Gazeti la HESAWA
37. Aids link Newsletter
38. Maranatha
39. Sauti ya Maendeleo
40. Students Voice
41. Ham
42. Mama na Mtoto Kigoma
43. Ita Jamii
44. Shaba
45. Maendeleo ya Jamii
46. Kilimanjaro Leo
47. Rasilimali
48. Ija Webonere
49. Habari za Kibaha
50. Trade and Industry in East and Central Africa
51. Pan-Africa Lutheran Information
52. Pamba Yetu
53. Announcer
54. Juhudi
55. Meida Habari
56. Tujifunze
57. Tujiendeleze
58. Tujielimishe
59. Elimu Yetu
60. Nyegezi Weekly News
61. Jenga
62. Mjumbe wa UNESCO
63. Wasaa
64. Nguvu Kazi
65. Tanzania Dental Association Newspaper
66. Journal of Building and Land Development
67. Hiari
68. Federation Samachar
69. Tanzania Engineers
70. Journal of Cooperative and Business Studies
71. Twiga News
72. Pambazuko
73. Tanzania Bankers Journal
74. I.E.T. Newsletter
75. Tanzania Medical Journal
76. Elimu ni Bahari
77. Watu
78. Ushindi WETU
79. N C.S.W.S Newsletter
80. HEKO
81. T.W.C.A Newsletter
82. Sunday Times
83. Chombeza
84. Amua
85. Uhai
86. Africa Link
87. Uamsho
88. Ushirika Wetu
89. Wiki hii
90. Rockers
91. Renewable Energy & Environment News
92. Financial Times
93. Mzizima
94. Tabasamu
95. Pasua
96. Uhifadhi-Kanda ya Serengeti
97. Femina Magazine
98. Programu ya Elimu ya Uraia
99. Sauti ya Demokrasia
100. Evening News
101. Mbiu ya Kolping
102. Leo
103. Jua
104. Mageuzi
105. NETF Newsletter
106. Alasiri
107. I IT Newsletter
108. Sauti ya Kisanji
109. Raia
110. Dar Leo
111. Mchunguzi
112. Alfajiri
113. Baragumu Tanzania
114. Mbiu ya Uchaguzi
115. Mwangaza
116. Great Lakes Analysis
117. Tuzungumze
118. Ujumbe wa Moyo Mtakatifu wa Yesu
119. Straight Talk/Sema Waziwazi
120. Msafara
121. Health Education Forum
122. Funster
123. Ulingo wa jinsia
124. Wajenzi Newsletter
125. Mapambazuko
126. Matukio Daima
127. Bayana
128. Faith Magazine
129. Yesu ni Jibu
130. Amani
131. Jambo
132. Tamasha
133. Ambha
134. Cheko
135. Bahari
136. Agenda
137. Change
138. Kumekucha Kilimanjaro
139. Al-Jumua’h
140. Haki
141. Lumen
142. Shinyanga
143. Daraja
144. The Star
145. Biashara Mbeya
146. Fukuto
147. Leo ni leo
148. Wakati
149. Kajumulo Michezo
150. The Contractor
151. Mererani Leo
152. Mirindimo
153. Privatisation
154. Mkristu
155. Cane and Sugar Journal
156. Advertise Weekly
157. Shauku
158. Malezi
159. The Road User Magazine
160. Harakati za Walemevu
161. Mfugaji wa Kagera
162. The People
163. Jitambue
164. Leonardo Da Vinci
165. Capital
166. Hamu
167. Kamtu
168. What’s Happening in Dar Es Salaam
169. The Accountant Journal
170. Buy and Sell TZ
171. ED-SDP Newsletter
172. Tega Sikio
173. Mwambao
174. Ari Mpya
175. IN & ON
176. Utamu
177. TAA
178. Kwetu
179. Tausi
180. CSSC News
181. Njia
182. Kidedea
183. Afrika Mashariki
184. Burudisho la Wiki
185. The Crane
186. Harambee
187. Radi Tanzania
188. IT Vision
189. Mipasho
190. Quarterly Update
191. Tumaini Hill
192. Bakora
193. Muelimishaji
194. African Travel Review
195. Mchumi
196. Tanzania Guide
197. Ajira
198. Mwanza Environment/Mazingira
199. Tangaza Leo
200. Mbeya Leo
201. Sauti ya Wakulima(KCU(1990)Ltd.
202. Mama Afrika
203. Mwadeta
204. Ehabi
205. Dhamira
206. The Tanzania Journalist Newsletter
207. The Insurer
208. Tanzania Science & Technology News
209. Tanzania Leo
210. Business Promoter
211. Ushindi wa Ajabu
212. Shabaha
213. TTCL Review Solutions for Practical Managers
214. Kauli
215. Tanzania Trade Directory
216. The Image
217. Faraja
218. Tochi
219. Tan T2 Newsletter
220. Mhakiki
221. Taswira
222. Sakata
223. Zungu
224. Tanzania Business & Tourist Guide
225. Tanzania Business Review
226. Shani
227. Maadili
228. Mchana
229. Mema
230. Tamtam
231. Star Sport Tanzania
232. Elimu
233. Reaching Tanzania
234. Jitegemee
235. Daily Times Tanzania
236. Mission Echo
237. Sauti ya Dodoma
238. Dala Dala
239. PR Magazine
240. Hallo
241. Advertising Tanzania
242. MISA Focus
243. Maswa Leo
244. Uzima
245. Nitangaze
246. Jicho Letu
247. Mwanamke
248. Sikiliza
249. Mwanasimba
250. Taswira ya Maisha
251. Ulimwengu
252. Jumatatu
253. Chaguo
254. The Great Lakes of East Africa Business News
255. Shirikiana
256. Mazingira Moshi
257. Advertising Africa
258. Mfuko News/Habari za Mfuko
259. Jamii Yetu
260. Consumer Digest
261. Cheza
262. Karatu Leo
263. Nyota ya Spoti Tanzania
264. Sayari Mpya
265. C.E.D Newsletter
266. Kiki East Africa
267. Habari Njema
268. Angalizo
269. Living
270. Events & Leisure
271. Sani Spoti
272. Mkereketwa
273. Leat News
274. Msomi
275. Bembea Tanzania
276. Pwani Wiki Hii
277. Hali Halisi
278. Zeze
279. Moto Moto
280. Mkweli
281. Fleva
282. Jungu Kuu
283. Kanisa Letu
284. Tunzarika
285. The Educator
286. Mwanza Where About
287. Biz ‘N’ Leisure
288. Yuppies Weekly
289. Kabumbu
290. Ua Jekundu
291. Focus On
292. Life
293. Entaprena
294. Banking and Finance
295. Mkombozi
296. Tanzania Yetu
297. Mwanafunzi
298. The Architect and the Quantity Surveyor
299. UDSM Gender Program Newsletter
300. Deiwaka
301. Discourse on Science Religion & Development
302. Tujenge Tanzania
303. Kilimanjaro Post
304. Kilimanjaro Yetu
305. Kitu Halisi
306. Mtazamo
307. Sayari
308. Education in Focus
309. Admedia Magazine
310. The Mediator
311. Reflections
312. Wekeza Sasa
313. Sun Energy
314. Visa
315. Chaneli ya Michezo
316. Bonanza
317. Youth Leadership Training Program, YLTP Newsletter
318. Nyumbani
319. Bure
320. Horizon
321. Trader
322. Mesenja
323. Jobs & Tenders
324. Fly Safe
325. Za Leo
326. Lulu
327. Nahodha
328. Elimika
329. Samba
330. Arusha Raha
331. Dakika 90
332. Tikisiko
333. The Bongo Sun
334. Mwana Afrika
335. Acha Umbea
336. Kiwanda
337. Farmers Media
338. Tulonge
339. Utatu
340. Nyundo ya Jamii
341. Excel Magazine
342. What On
343. BSS Magazine
344. Kigoma Yetu
345. The Entertainer
346. Arusha 2 Day
347. Jahazi
348. Homes and Property Tanzania
349. Money and Banking
350. Ndoto
351. Morning News
352. Jibu la Maisha
353. Young Spoti
354. The Simplifier
355. Pata Ukweli
356. The Executive
357. Taifa Tanzania
358. Drugs and Health
359. Delivery
360. Health and Fitness
361. Msonge
362. Mechi
363. Engineering News
364. Voice of Haki
365. The Base
366. Urembo Shop
367. Asubuhi Njema
368. Namba 10
369. Mjumbe Hauwawi
370. Property and More Advertisement
371. The Business Partner
372. Goli la Ndoto
373. La Dezo
374. Dunduliza
375. Tanedu ORG
376. Timiza
377. Tanga Yetu
378. Tanzania Advertiser
379. Tan Properties
380. Reality Magazine
381. The Tanzanian Lawyer
382. Mtandawazi
383. Mvuja Jasho
384. Mashua
385. Saa
386. Familia
387. What Car?
388. Mwongozo
389. Tathmin
390. Property Guide
391. Sauti ya Uwamadar
392. Miwani
393. Msafiri
394. Chimbuko
395. Medani ya Michezo
396. Gumzo
397. Tanzania Health Magazine
398. Rafiki Yako
399. Wakili Bulletin
400. Mwanasoka
401. Mwamini Mungu
402. The Corporate Tanzania
403. SMEs Focus
404. Mwanangu
405. Muungwana
406. Schools and Colleges
407. Health Focus
408. Safari Leo
409. Sauti ya Wazee
410. Sura ya Mtanzania
411. Mwanajamii
412. Ufunuo
413. Upako
414. City Advert
415. Haki Bulletin
416. African Communication Research
417. Tanzania Organic Today Newsletter
418. Tanzania Automobile Magazine
419. Jifunze
420. Darubini ya Uchaguzi
421. Election Monitor
422. Auto Trader Tanzania
423. Karibu
424. Education Review
425. Mfuko wa Elimu
426. Mwamko
427. Mkakati
428. The Seasonal Advertiser
429. Weekly Deals
430. Zika Ukimwi Usikuzike
431. Mwadilifu
432. Tanzania Procurement Times
433. Spoti Duniani
434. True Life Magazine
435. Msuluhishi
436. Whats’s Tanzania
437. Acha
438. Haiba
439. TAA ya TAN-HOPE
440. Tanzcom
441. Tokomeza
442. Kilimo Endelevu
443. Mamboleo
444. Chekenao
445. Duniani Leo
446. Sauti ya TUICO
447. Mazingira Arusha
448. Spotistaa Afrika ya Mashariki
449. Jikomboe
450. Mshauri Wako
451. Taphgo Newsletter
452. Dar Search Magazine
453. Mtafutaji
454. Sauti ya Jimbo kuu la Mwanza/Mwanza Calling
455. Kaya
456. Bantu Comics
457. Yanga Imara
458. Environews Tanzania
459. Harakati Mitaani
460. Zinduka
461. Habari za Tanzania
462. Macho
463. Jamii Express
464. Falsafa
465. Academia
466. The Investor
467. Starehe
468. Raha
469. TCCIA Newsletter
470. The East African Times
471. Vision Tanzania
472. Fiesta
473. Buy Me

Official launch of the Tanzania Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus

Tanzania’s Minister of Energy and Minerals, Sospeter Muhongo, with the participants to the official launch of national Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus (Photo courtesy of UNDP).
Tanzania’s Minister of Energy and Minerals, Sospeter Muhongo officially launched the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus for Tanzania during a workshop attended by the UN Resident Coordinator for Tanzania, Alvaro Rodriguez, the EU Ambassador to Tanzania, Roeland Van De Geer, and the AfDB’s Resident Representative in Tanzania, Tonia Kandiero.

Organized by the Ministry of Energy and Minerals in collaboration with UNDP, the workshop marked the official launch of the Tanzania SE4All Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus. The Action Agenda was developed in an inclusive process bringing together key stakeholders from government, development partners, private sector and civil society, setting Tanzania’s 2030 targets as far as access to electricity and clean cooking solutions, the share of renewables and the rate of improvement of energy efficiency are concerned, as well as the priority actions required to be implemented to achieve these objectives.

The Action Agenda is an umbrella energy sector development document and constitutes a national response to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number 7 on energy adopted in September 2015 by the UN General Assembly that strives to “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern and energy for all”. The African Development Bank supported the development process of Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus with technical assistance financed via the African Climate Technology Centre (ACTC) following a request from the Government of Tanzania.

In his key note address, Minister Muhongo underscored Tanzania’s firm commitment to realizing the SE4All agenda noting that it is the people that need to be at the center of all actions. Daniel-Alexander Schroth, the SE4All Africa Hub Coordinator, presented the state of play of SE4All in Africa and highlighted the importance of moving quickly towards implementation of the priorities identified in the Action Agenda noting that energy is a key priority for the AfDB with the New Deal on Energy for Africa, which will involve the Bank’s increased investments across Africa. He further announced a follow-up technical assistance support to the Ministry focused on the institutionalization of SE4All in Tanzania, notably the design and operationalization of a dedicated SE4All Secretariat, and resource mobilization.

A roundtable discussion with key representatives of various Tanzanian organizations, including the Rural Energy Agency, the Tanzania Traditional Energy Development and Environment Organization, the Tanzania Renewable Energy Association, Power Africa, EU Delegation, DFID, WWF and the National Gender and Sustainable Energy Network discussed how to translate the agenda into action re-affirming their respective institution’s support to this endeavor. [via www.afdb.org]

Tanzania plans to buy two US$4.4 million new civilian radars

Tanzanian aviation authorities said on Tuesday they planned to acquire two new civilian radars this financial year to replace the one used in Dar es Salaam and install a new one at Mwanza to enhance national surveillance capacity.

Tanzania has only one civilian radar which, with a lifespan of between 10 and 12 years, has outlived its effectiveness, posing serious challenges to air navigation services.

Hamza Johari, Director General of Tanzania Civilian Aviation Authority (TCAA), told a news conference in the east African nation's commercial capital Dar es Salaam that the authority has set aside 4.4 million U.S. dollars in this financial year for buying the two radars.

He said that acquisition of the new radars was among TCAA's priorities this financial year which include improving air navigation services by enhancing communication and surveillance.

"The radar currently in use was installed in 2002 and is outdated thus needs replacement," he said.

Johari said research had shown that the TCAA needed to install at least four radars which help to cater for the whole country's airspace.

He said radars to be acquired will be installed in Mbeya, Kilimanjaro, Mwanza and replacing the outdated one in Dar es Salaam.

"Buying new radars is economically viable. But there are also other benefits such as allowing expeditious and orderly flow of traffic, control and passing of information and search and rescue of aircraft," he said.

U.S. Army Africa’s annual exercise "Eastern Accord 2016" kicks off in Dar es Salaam

Eastern Accord 2016 kicks off in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (July 13, 2016) -- Marking the first day of U.S. Army Africa’s annual exercise, Eastern Accord 2016, the opening ceremony brought combined and joint military senior leaders together to the Tanzanian Peacekeeping Training Centre, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on July 11.

The two-week exercise is intended to build readiness, maintain U.S. and African coalition partnerships, facilitate interoperability between militaries and build capacity. The countries participating are Ethiopia, Djibouti, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Other organizations present are the African Union, the East African Standby Force, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, for a total of over 200 personnel.

“The command post exercise, Eastern Accord 2016, is designed to bring a real time reflection on peace support operations, counter terrorism and humanitarian assistance,” said Hussein Ali Mwinyi, Minister of Defense and National Service. “The exercise is quite encompassing having participants from nine countries.”

Members of the 1st Battalion, 9th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, along with members of the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa provide logistical support including transportation, communications support, sustainment and various other support for the participants.

“We are excited to increase our knowledge of both the African Union and Eastern African Standby Force’s planning processes and standard operating procedures,” said U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Jon Jensen, U.S. Army Africa deputy commanding general and co-exercise director. “We all benefit from exercises like this as our nations and militaries become stronger and better equipped.”

“This will allow them to further professionalize themselves and their forces in process as well as deepen existing relationships and creating new relationships amongst the (nine) countries that are participating in this exercise,” he said.

The multinational training exercise involves three phases: academics, planning process and final scenario exercise. For the academics portion of the exercise, subject matter experts will take turns sharing their best practices in various subjects to lead up to developing a plan for the final scenario scheduled in the second week of the exercise.

“The achievements gained at the end of this exercise will remind the participants on the contemporary security challenges we face today involving security threats such as civil wars, terrorisms, piracy, human trafficking and religious conflicts,” said Mwinyi.

“The new challenges to internal security have compelled us to invest and work in partnerships to train in operations other than war. This will equip and instill skills and capacities to our men and women in uniform to face these undeniable cultural challenges,” he continued.

Mwinyi concluded the ceremony by presenting the Eastern Accord 2016 flag to the audience and participants to represent the commencement of the exercise.

“When we work together, the trials we each face become more manageable and we all advance,” said Jensen.

Eastern Accord 2016 final planning event builds partnership, readiness

Eastern Accord 2016 final planning event builds partnership, readiness

Call: 11th Exhibition of Higher Education, Science and Technology

Sponsorship 

We invite companies, organizations and individuals who wish to sponsor the exhibitions either financially or by other means. Upon some agreements, sponsors will be given a chance to advertise their business/ goods/services as well as a space to exhibit their business/ goods/services. Interested sponsors may contact the Executive Secretary, TCU through the address indicated below. 

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The Regulations/Guidelines for all exhibitors are available on the TCU website by clicking here … Registration Form Institutions wishing to participate at the 11th Higher Education, Science and Technology Exhibitions are required to fill an online registration form available on the TCU website, “EXHIBITIONS” Link (http://www.tcu.go.tz/exhibition), complete the registration form and return it to [email protected] copy to [email protected] 

For more information please contact the undersigned: 
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Tanzania Commission for Universities, 
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Dar es Salaam 

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