The 19 MBA ofering institutions with the highest earners

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Salary benchmarking website Emolument has analysed the wages of 1,020 master's degree in business administration (MBA) holders who graduated in 2011, 2012 and 2013, using median annual total pay and bonuses.

Here's the list as obtained from the Business Insider.

19. Cass Business School, London, United Kingdom

Median Salary: £60,000
Median Bonus: £10,000
Total Compensation: £70,000

18. National University of Singapore

Median Salary: £63,000
Median Bonus: £12,000
Total: £75,000

17. IESE Business School, Pamplona, Spain

Median Salary: £67,000
Median Bonus: £11,000
Total Compensation: £78,000

16. HEC, Paris, France
Median Salary: £71,000
Median Bonus: £8,000
Total Compensation: £79,000

15. Said Business School, Oxford, United Kingdom

Median Salary: £75,000
Median Bonus: £8,000
Total Compensation: £83,000

14. Manchester Business School, Manchester, United Kingdom
Median Salary: £74,000
Median Bonus: £10,000
Total Compensation: £84,000

13. Warwick Business School, Warwick, United Kingdom

Median Salary: £82,000
Median Bonus: £5,000
Total Compensation: £87,000

12. Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Median Salary: £82,000
Median Bonus: £16,000
Total Compensation: £98,000

11. London Business School, London, United Kingdom
Median Salary: £86,000
Median Bonus: £17,000
Total Compensation: £103,000

10. Ross School of Business, Michigan, USA

Median Salary: £94,000
Median Bonus: £10,000
Total Compensation: £104,000

9. INSEAD, Fontainbleu, France
Median Salary: £90,000
Median Bonus: £16,000
Total Compensation: £106,000

8. Johnson Cornell University, New York, USA
Median Salary: £96,000
Median Bonus: £19,000
Total Compensation: £115,000

7. Kellogg School of Management, Illinois, USA
Median Salary: £106,000
Median Bonus: £19,000
Total Compensation: £125,000

6. Stern School of Business, New York, USA

Median Salary: £106,000
Median Bonus: £27,000
Total Compensation: £133,000

5. Wharton School, Pennsylvania, USA

Median Salary: £104,000
Median Bonus: £30,000
Total Average Salary: £134,000

4. Havard Business School, Boston, USA

Median Salary: £106,000
Median Bonus: £36,000
Total Compensation: £142,000

3. Judge Business School, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Median Salary: £117,000
Median Bonus: £39,000
Total Compensation: £156,000

2. Columbia Business School, New York, USA
Median Salary: £114,000
Median Bonus: £46,000
Total Compensation: £160,000

1. Chicago Booth School of Business, Chicago, United States
Median Salary: £114,000
Median Bonus: £53,000
Total Compensation: £167,000

Tanzania turns to drones to bring peace in bitter fight for land

Aided by drones, more than 300,000 title deeds are expected to be issued in Ulanga, Kilombero and Malinyi districts in eastern Morogoro, under a project by the World Bank and local parastatal, the Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH).

GPS-enabled drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), can be used to conduct precise aerial surveys by capturing hi-res images that national planners can use to identify and digitise actual boundaries of disputed land.

Land experts say drones can get the work done more quickly and cheaply than traditional mapping methods which involve deploying surveyors to remote areas for weeks at a time.

Watch the Director Chris Morgan's film for the World Bank 'Tanzania: Using Drone Technology to Secure Land Rights'

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Kenya Police looking for MRC chief who supposedly fled to Tanzania


Police are looking for Mombasa Republican Council chairman Omar Mwamnuadzi, who is believed to have fled to Tanzania.

The MRC chairman allegedly moved with his new wife Riziki Zawadi.

A senior police officer said Kenyan police have circulated a report on his whereabouts in Tanzania and are working closely with their Tanzania counterparts to arrest Mwamnuadzi.

Mwamnuadzi is believed to be extending the group’s activities in Tanzania. “Our officers have already moved into Tanzania and we are investigating his hideouts to arrest him,” the officer said.

An intelligence report says Mwamnuadzi sneaked out of Kenya two months ago after marrying Zawadi, a Tanzanian. The report urges police to be on the lookout for him as he is suspected to have gone for militia training in Tanzania.

The report further says Mwamnuadzi is a threat to national security and anyone who sees him should report to the police. He is also being sought by a Mombasa court after he jumped bail in a case in which he is charged with being a member of MRC.

This comes shortly after MRC spokesman Richard Lewa said they will be recruiting members in the six counties at the Coast. -- The Sstar

Tanzania to benefit from 5bn US dollar Chinese loan

TANZANIA will benefit from the Chinese 5 billion US dollar special fund for empowering small and medium entrepreneurs in Africa, the House heard yesterday.

The funds in the China’s Development Bank was allocated by Chinese government to help startup medium-sized business people in African countries acquire seed capital for their business.

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Deputy Minister, Dr Suzan Kolimba, said the government was negotiating with their counterpart in China to allow local banks to acquire some loans from the special fund.

“The plan is very clear. If our banks are credited they can easily issue loans to small and medium sized enterprises,” she said when responding to a principal question from Special Seats MP Munde Abdallah Tambwe.

The lawmaker asked for government’s plan to use its economic diplomacy policy to link Tanzanians SMEs with their Chinese counterparts to improve industries in the country.

The deputy minister said the ministry had in the previous month chaired a meeting with the Chinese development bank to identify ways how Tanzanians bank could access the funds.

“We hope our banks will meet the criteria; so more Tanzanians can benefit,” she said.

She at the same time said that Tanzania was among four African countries where China announced it would invest and construct industries in three years from 2016-18. - The Daily News

New Galaxy S8 leak reveals a key feature


A report from the Korea Herald says both of Samsung’s flagship devices for the first half of 2017 will sport curved displays.

“Now the Korean tech giant is promoting the curvy screen as its premium smartphone lineup’s key identity,” “Sources said the company has already started securing display panels in two sizes -- 5.1 inch and 5.5 inch -- from its own display-making unit Samsung Display, the world’s sole producer of double-edged screens.”

This is in line with Samsung’s roadmap given that the recently released Note 7 wasn’t available in a traditional flat-screen display model. May be this means that all of Samsung's high-end handsets will feature curved displays in the coming years.

As for other S8 features word has it that Samsung's next-gen smartphones will feature a dual-camera setup similar to what other phones have implemented a while ago and recently such as LG Optimus 3D and HTC Evo 3D, HTC One M8, LG G5, Huawei P9, Honor 8 and Apple iPhone 7.

Additionally, the S8 is said to feature an Iris eye-scanning sensor (a la the Galaxy Note 7) and an improved 8-megapixel front facing camera. (Yahoo!)


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Earthquake in Tanzania kills at least 10, injuring more than 100


Preliminary reports according to police in Tanzania says ten people have died after a 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit northwestern region of the country.

More than 100 people were injured in the quake, which hit Kagera region on the western shore of Lake Victoria, regional police commander Augustine Ollomi said.

Widespread damage was reported following the quake, which also rocked the neighbouring regions of Mwanza, Mara and Simiyu.

The quake had its epicentre in Tanzania, according to sources at a volcanic observatory in the Congolese city of Goma, where the quake was also felt.

Augustino Nduganda from the Tanzania Meteorological Agency said it was too early to give a detailed report.

Emelensiana Benjamin from Bukoba town said houses there had cracked so badly residents were afraid to enter them.

"We fear that they might crumble any time," she said.











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