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Kurasa za mbele na nyuma za baadhi ya magazeti ya Tanzania leo Septemba 23, 2016




























Analysis of flammable phone batteries [watch this Samsung's Note 7 explode, captured LIVE on camera]

Ouch! Watch this guy scratch, bend, burn, test durability of iPhone, OnePlus, Samsung, LG, Sony phones

JerryRigEverything Durability tests has thus far tested over 38 phones, you can find all the videos on his YouTube channel with different phone models, but here are my picks...

Nextbit Robin


iPhone 7


OnePlus 3


Sony Experia Z5 Premium


Samsung Galaxy S7 Active


LG G5


This New Nokia 216 Dual Sim by Microsoft will sell for $37 only!


[...] it will be available in India next month for around $37. It includes a 2.4-inch QVGA display, with 0.3-megapixel cameras at the front and rear, running on the Series 30 OS with the Opera mini browser. It even has a headphone jack -- according to the article published at The Verge.

List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tanzania

Elephants in a Tanzanian national park with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Tanzania


Tanzania, officially known as the United Republic of Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa. Kenya and Uganda border Tanzania to the north, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Burundi borders the country to the west. The Indian Ocean lies to the east, Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique lies to the south. Tanzania is the most populous country in East Africa, and Dodoma is its Capital city even though most government offices are located in Dar es Salaam. Tanzania was first colonized by the Germans before it was handed over to the British after the First World War. It is home to the Serengeti national reserve and the tallest mountain in the Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro.


Kilimanjaro National Park


Kilimanjaro National Park is located near the city of Moshi. It is 190 miles south of the equator and covers an area of approximately 653 square miles. Africa's tallest mountain Kilimanjaro is located within the park. Tanzania National Parks Authority is responsible for administering the park and collects about $51 million annually. The park is visited by about 58,000 foreigners annually. The park was established by the German colonial government after it declared Mount Kilimanjaro and the adjacent forest and savannah grassland as protected land. The park was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1987. The park is home to the Cape buffalo, the western black and white colobus, and elephants.


Serengeti National Park


The Serengeti National Park is located in the Mara region of Tanzania. The parks extend to the Kenyan side of the border where it is known as the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The Serengeti is well-known for its annual migration of wild beasts and zebra. The Maasai community still grazes their livestock in the park even though both the Kenyan and Tanzanian governments are against it. The park was established in 1971, by the colonial government seeking to protect lions from being poached. Serengeti covers an area of approximately 5,700 square miles, and its vegetation is savanna grassland plains, riverine forest, and woodlands. The park is home to several animals including the big five and more than 1 million wild beasts. It is visited by over 90,000 tourists annually and generates millions of dollars in revenue.

The Stone Town Of Zanzibar


Stone town of Zanzibar, popularly known as Mji Mkongwe in Swahili is the oldest parts of Zanzibar city. It is located on the coast of Unguja which was the capital center of the Zanzibar Sultanate. The town is famous for being the transport hub of ivory trade, the slave trade, and spice trade. The stone town is prominent for its artistic architecture is the construction of houses dating back to the 19th century. The town exhibits the Swahili culture and the early contact between the East African coast, and the Arabs, Persians, and Europeans. The town was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2002. The town is famous for the Zanzibar revolution that advocated for the removal of the Sultan and left more than 20,000 dead.


Source: worldatlas.com

Arizona State University student shares Tanzania internship experience

ASU senior Hannah Woner in Tanzania.
Hannah Woner is an Arizona State University senior majoring in global studies and economics. With the assistance of the Global Studies Travel Grant offered by the School of Politics and Global Studies (SPGS), Woner was able to travel to Moshi, Tanzania for an internship with a local travel company called K2 Adventures Foundation.

After her trip, Woner took the time to provide a recap of her experiences:

Question: What were some of your takeaways from this internship?


Answer: As a Global Studies and Economics student, this experience taught me an immense amount about functional political institutions and economies. Other (perhaps slightly less scholarly lessons) include: how to survive a 36+ hour plane itinerary, never drink the water (never. ever.), and advanced hand gesture communication (language barriers are a real thing).

Q: What were some of the challenges you faced?
A: The biggest challenge was being away from my family for an extended period of time. Additionally, I was without Wi-Fi, a shower, a real toilet, and reliable electricity for 40 days, which was difficult to adjust to. Also, the culture in Tanzania was so vastly different than my own in certain respects; I have a new appreciation for the term “culture shock”.
Q: How do you think interning in Tanzania was beneficial to your career and schooling experience?
A: Since interning in Tanzania, I am a much more confident traveler than I was previously. I am also a more globally-minded individual, and I have improved my communication skills with people from different cultures. Additionally, having international working experience on my resume will be hugely beneficial in applying for jobs abroad.
Looking forward, Woner plans on attending law school after graduation. She urges students to not be afraid to take on an independent internship to fill course credit.
“I love that SPGS attracts such a diverse group of people,” Woner said. “I also love hearing what amazing goals the majors have in their careers; SPGS rocks because its students are in it to change the world.”
The School of Politics and Global Studies offers travel grants for qualified students completing their SGS International Experience. To learn more about opportunities like this, visit the SPGS website.

Prof. Kaaya aelezea yaliyomo katika hospitali ya Mloganzila itakayoanza kazi 2017


HOSPITALI YA KISASA YA MUHIMBILI - MLOGANZILA KUANZA KUTOA HUDUMA JANUARI 2017


UJENZI wa Hospitali ya kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutoa huduma -shirikishi ya Muhimbili iliyopo Mbezi eneo la Mloganzila jijini Dar es Salaam yakaribia kumalizika kufunga vifaa tiba na kuanza kufanya kazi ifikapo Januari 2017 itaanza kutoa huduma mbalimbali kwaajili ya kufundishia fani za afya na kutoa huduma ya matibabu yapasayo kwa wagojwa.

Hayo yamesemwa na Makamu Mkuu wa Chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi cha Muhimbili, Profesa Ephata Kaaya wakati waandishi wa habari walipotembelea katika hospitali hiyo ya kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutolea huduma mbalimbali za afya hapa nchini.

Amesema kuwa eneo la hospitali hiyo linaukubwa wa ekari 3,800 na inauwezo wa kuchukua vitanda 571 na ipo umbali wa Kilomita 25 kutoka jijini Dar es Salaam pia inauwezo wa kuchukua wanafunzi 4,000 ikitofautishwa na waliopo sasa ni 1,500 tuu.

Profesa Kaaya amesema kuwa upungufu wa wataalamu wa afya katika mikoa na wilaya hapa nchini ndiko kulikosababisha Chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi shirikishi ya Muhimbili kuanza kutafuta maeneo yakupanua na kujenga hospitali ya Kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutoa huduma za afya.

Profesa Kaaya amesema kuwa wagojwa watakaopelekwa katika hospitali hiyo ni wale watakaokuwa wamepewa rufaa kutoka hospitali za mikoa mbalimbali ya hapa nchini.

Amesema kuwa jengo hilo lina sehemu mbili na linaghorofa tisa za juu na ghorofa moja chini ya ardhi linaeneo la Mapokezi, Idara ya Utawala, Idara ya Mahesabu, Phamasia, Idara ya Mionzi, Idara ya wagonjwa wa dharula pamoja na upasuaji wa Dharura, Idara ya Afya ya Kinywa na Meno, Chumba cha wagojwa mahututi, Chumba cha kusafisha figo na Wadi ya kujifungulia.

Eneo jingine ni vyumba vya kufundishia wanafunzi maktaba ya hospitali, ofisi ya mkuu wa hospitali, ofisi za madaktari na waalimu, ofisi ya Muuguzi Mkuu na kituo cha kopyuta.


Mwonekano wa Jengo la Hospitali ya Kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutoa huduma za afya.



Makamu Mkuu wa Chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi cha Muhimbili, Profesa Ephata Kaaya akizungumza na waandishi wa habari mara baada ya kutembelea katika Hospitali ya Kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutoa huduma za afya jijini Dar es Salaam leo. Kulia ni Naibu Makamu Mkuu wa chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi cha Muhimbili, Dkt. Said Aboud.


Baadhi ya Madaktari na wakuu wa vitengo wa Hospitali ya Kisasa ya kufundishia wataalamu wa afya na kutoa huduma za afya wakiwa katika mkutano jijini Dar es Salaam leo.

Mkandarasi kutoka Korea kusini Kulia akitoa maelekezo jinsi jengo la Hospitali ya kisasa ilivyo.

Mhandisi Umeme katika jengo la hospitali ya kisasa, Omary Killo akitoa maelekezo mara baada ya kutembelea katika mitambo ya umeme ya jengo hilo.


Baadhi ya mitambo ya kusafishia maji katika jengo la hosptali hiyo ya kisasa.


Mtaalamu wa TEHAMA, Andrew Fundamali akitoa maelekezo kwa waandishi wa habari walipotembelea katika mitambo ya tehama katika hospitali hiyo.

Mwongozaji akitoa maelekezo kwenye chumba cha Kufulia nguo pamoja na kunyoosha katika hosptali hiyo leo.





Wandishi wakipewa maelekezo walipotembelea katika chumba chenye mashine za MRI na CT scan.

Daktari bingwa wa Tiba ya Dharura, Dk. Henry Sawe akitoa maelekezo kwa waandishi wa habari walipotembelea chumba cha Dharula.

Baadhi ya Vitanda vya wagonjwa vilivyopo katika hospitali hiyo.


Daktali wa kitengo cha Koo, pua na masikio akitoa maelekezo kwa waandishi wa habari.


Naibu Makamu Mkuu wa chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi cha Muhimbili na mkuu wa maabala Dkt. Said Aboud akitoa maelekezo kwa waandishi wa habari jijini Dar es Salaam leo.

waandishi wakipata maelekezo.

Mkufunzi wa chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi shirikishi ya Muhimbili, Paschal Ruggajo akitoa maelekezo kwa waandishi wa habari walipotembelea katika wodi ya wangojwa mabalimbali katika jengo la Mloganzila.


Mkufunzi wa chuo Kikuu cha Afya na Sayansi shirikishi ya Muhimbili, Wangwe Peter akitoa maelekezo.


Eneo la Gesi.

Eneo la Majenereta.


Jengo la hospitali ya Afya na Sayansi shirikishi ya Muhimbili ya Mloganzila muonekano wake kwa nyuma.

Mwonekano wa Jengo hilo kushoto ukiwa mbele ya jengo hilo.


Mwonekano wa Jengo hilo kwa mbele.
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