Mwanafunzi aliyefia 'guest house' alibakwa na kunyongwa

Mganga Mkuu Wilaya ya Bukombe mkoani Geita, Dk Aubery Mushi amesema kifo cha mwanafunzi aliyekutwa nyumba ya kulala wageni Septemba 29, kimetokana na kubakwa na baadaye kunyongwa.

Akizungumza na gazeti hili jana, Dk Mushi alisema uchunguzi umebaini kuwa kabla ya kunyongwa, mwanafunzi huyo aliyekuwa akisoma kidato cha nne Sekondari ya Katente, Zainab Salum (18), aliingiliwa kimwili na watu wawili, mmoja akitumia kondomu na mwingine hakutumia.

Alisema uchunguzi unaonyesha mtu mmoja alimshika miguu na mwingine kumnyonga shingo kwa kutumia mikono baada ya kumbaka.

Kamanda wa Polisi Mkoa wa Geita, Mponjoli Mwabulambo alisema wanamshikilia mwalimu mmoja wa sekondari, anayedaiwa kuwa na uhusiano wa mapenzi na mwanafunzi huyo.

Job: Training & Practice Development Officer - Tanzania

Organization: Railway Children
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 17 Oct 2016

Training & Practice Development Officer

Location: Tanzania, flexible location

About us

Railway Children Africa works to create sustainable change for children that live on the street and we are committed to developing effective interventions.

We have recently been contracted by PACT under a USAID grant, to deliver support in programme design and development of services for children on the streets across six cities in Tanzania.

About the role

Reporting into the Head of Programs this new permanent role will see you assist in the ongoing development of effective practice with and for our ultimate beneficiary group across the Railway Children Africa programme.

As Training & Practice Development Officer you will ensure that Railway Children Africa continues to develop effective strategies for supporting children on the streets and that these strategies are made available to a greater number of beneficiaries.

For 75% of your time you will provide training, coaching and support to our partners to ensure high quality interventions are developed. The rest of your time will be spent supporting other key areas of the Railway Children Africa programme.

About you

We see you bringing to the role a background in programming within international development. You will need excellent facilitation, presentation and training experience, ideally to an external audience.

Most importantly we are seeking a candidate who is committed to improving the lives of street connected children in Tanzania.

Closing date: 11am 17th October 2016, Tanzania time

Salary: Negotiable on experience

Join us to improve the lives of children connected with the street.

How to apply:


For more details on this opportunity and to apply, please go to: www.railwaychildren.org.uk/jobs

Job: Head of Programmes, Tanzania

Organization: Railway Children
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 17 Oct 2016

Head of Programmes, Tanzania

Location: initially Mwanza

About us
Railway Children Africa works to create sustainable change for children that live on the streets.

We develop effective contact and reintegration services, challenging attitudes and strengthening community responses, as well as lobbying for appropriate policies and plans to protect street connected children.

With a wide range of stakeholders, the Head of Programmes will play a significant role in how our work is developed and implemented.

About the role

Reporting into the East Africa Regional Director (UK based) and managing 3 direct reports, the Head of Programmes will lead the growth and delivery of the Railway Children Africa programmes in Tanzania.

Your role will be to develop and deliver high quality strategies for supporting children on the streets, ensuring we are recognised as the lead agency working on the issue of street connected children.

About you

We see you bringing to the role significant experience in a leadership or senior management role within an international development organization, having managed budgets in the region of $1.2m.

You will need to have experience within child protection, working with vulnerable children or street children programming.

Most importantly we are seeking a candidate who is committed to improving the lives of street connected children in Tanzania.

Closing date: 11am 17th October 2016, Tanzania time

Salary: Negotiable on experience

Join us to improve the lives of children connected with the street.

How to apply:


Click through now to see the full job description and how to apply: https://www.railwaychildren.org.uk/jobs

Job: MS Training Center for Development Cooperation seeks High Profile Executive Director

Organization: MS ActionAid Denmark
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Oct 2016

Background

MS Training Center for Development Cooperation (TCDC) is an African, international capacity building institution located near Arusha in northern Tanzania. The center was established in 1967, the current premises opened in 1976.

TCDC is part of ActionAid Denmark (AADK) and as such, ActionAid International (AAI) but caters to a variety of civil society organisations, movements and networks based on the vision of “A Civil Society actively initiating, leading, sustaining and succeeding in popular struggles for a more just, democratic and sustainable world.”

TCDC’s mission is to build the capacity of leaders of present and tomorrow’s political struggles through:
Training in democratic governance and leadership to enhance knowledge, skills and motivation/confidence for civic and political action, solidarity building and networking
Providing a creative, open and safe space for networking, reflection, knowledge sharing, and organising individual and collective action for a more just democratic and sustainable world
Innovative resource mobilisation approaches for sustaining capacity building for leaders of popular struggles

TCDC’s Executive Director will take the lead in further developing the center to becoming a Pan African Leadership Development Centre and actively support efforts and ambitions to foster an “African People’s University” as part of the Africans Rising Network currently being established.

TCDC’s program portfolio includes a large number of training courses within Leadership, Governance, Programme and Project Management as well as an Intercultural Program with Kiswahili as the core element. All training courses can be customised to suit clients’ and partners’ needs and can be offered at the center or other location. TCDC also offers Bachelor and Master programmes on Leadership, Governance, and Development. More about courses here.

TCDC is engaged in a larger number of long term partnerships based on training and learning interventions and processes, project implementation, as well as consultancies. Partners include national and international civil society organisations, movements and networks as well as universities, higher education institutes, and others.

In addition, TCDC is in great demand as a convening center for conferences, seminars, workshops, and meetings. More about facilities here.

TCDC’s structure includes three divisions: Training, Operations, and Partnership and Convening. There is a total permanent staff of around 45 and more than 50 associate trainers. Many support functions are carried out by external service providers, e.g. transport and house-keeping.

For more information, you can visit TCDC home page. ​

The Position

The Executive Director is overall responsible for leading and managing TCDC and reports to a body composed by ActionAid Danmark leadership representation and other relevant stakeholders i.e. ActionAidInternational.

Starting date: 1st of January 2017 or as soon as possible.

The position is offered under AA DK’s international terms and conditions with a fixed term contract for 3 years with the possibility of extension of another 2 years. ​

Main Responsibilities and Tasks

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership, management and development of TCDC. Tasks are carried out in close consultation and coordination with the center’s Leadership Team, Management Forum, staff and relevant AA federation stakeholders. Areas of responsibility for the position include: ​

On the strategic level:​
  • Develop a new long term TCDC strategy, aligned with AAI and AADK strategies and in sync with the current strategy development processes, taking into consideration that 2017 is seen as a year of strategic transition
  • Build a collaborative and strategic relationship with the Africans Rising initiative
  • Further develop existing partnerships with development organisations, movements, colleges, higher education institutions and other relevant partners; and provide a breeding ground for new partnerships in harmony with TCDC’s mission and strategic direction and in accordance with financial sustainability requirements
  • Participate actively in tripartite discussions and efforts with AADK and AAI targeting an organisational development contributing to consolidating and further developing capacities for training and learning within ActionAid as a whole, guided by the AA Learning Framework
  • In close consultation with AADK and AAI develop and supervise the roll-out of a comprehensive resource mobilisation strategy
​Communication and Visibility:
  • Promote good relations and dialogue with local and national authorities, development partners, media, pertinent organisations and movements
  • Ensure AADK, AAI, development partners and other strategic stakeholders are kept fully informed on the condition of the organisation and all important factors influencing it
  • Ensure the dissemination of targeted information on TCDC’s mission and vision, strategies, portfolio of programs, partnerships, and convening capacity
  • Represent TCDC in all relevant fora and in relation to the general public.
Management
  • Ensure that TCDC operates in compliance with the Government Agreement between Denmark and Tanzania and with any pertinent legislation, regulations, and rules incl. AADK’s/AAI’s policies
  • Provide overall leadership and management based on participation, inclusion, dialogue and transparency
  • Stimulate a culture of highly motivated & committed people, professionalism, cooperation and accountability in the whole organisation at all levels
  • Implement/realise the strategy by designing the organisation and guiding, coordinating and delegating tasks and responsibilities through leadership team meetings and the TCDC management forum
  • Support the Directors of Operations, Training, and Partnership & Convening – respectively - to execute the TCDC strategies, and guide and supervise middle managers and staff
  • Initiate and supervise TCDC’s programme development in accordance with changes in the organisation and in the external environment, e.g. developments and trends in leadership of progressive civil society organisations, movements and networks as well as AA countries’ needs
  • Oversee financial management and budgeting procedures in close cooperation with the Director of Operations
  • Oversee HR management of staff employed by TCDC in close cooperation with the Directors i.e. Director of Operations; the Executive Director has the overall employment and disciplinary authority of these staff and has the overall responsibility for safety or security issues
  • Ensure adequate reporting as prescribed by ActionAid Denmark, development partners and other stakeholders
  • Ensure strong linkages and collaboration with other capacity building initiatives within and outside ActionAid in Africa and globally
  • Build and maintain relations with government institutions in Tanzania and other parties relevant to the mission and vision of TCDC
  • Liaise closely with the Leadership Team in ActionAid Denmark as well as the relevant Learning and Capacity Development structures/bodies in AAI
Fundraising
  • Ensure the development of a funding strategy for TCDC; including donor scoping, development of high quality proposals and ensuring effective implementation and reporting of externally funded proposals
  • Build strategic relationship with potential official aid agencies, foundations and other high value donors
  • Ensure that fundraising initiatives are coordinated with AADK Fundraising task force and AAI fundraising

Profile – Qualifications ​

Professional Qualifications Required:

  • A Master Degree in social science or other relevant field
  • Minimum 10 years working experience of which at least 5 years in a management position incl. people management – preferably with responsibility of middle managers
  • Solid experience in and sound knowledge of governance, leadership, accountability and progressive civil society and social movements
  • Robust experience in strategy development and training management
  • Proven strategic, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Comprehensive working experience from an African context
  • Strong relations with civil society networks in Africa and globally
  • Fluency in English. Proficiency in Kiswahili will be an advantage.
Personal Qualifications: ​
  • Strong intercultural and social competencies
  • Team player but able to work, act and decide independently
  • Results oriented with strong analytical skills
  • Good sense of diplomacy, flexible and adaptive
  • Inspiring and inspired by meeting people
  • Strong communication skills
  • Able to demonstrate differentiated leadership styles
AADK offers

​A three-year position (with possibility of a two-year extension) based in Tanzania – Arusha at TCDC.

A basic salary under AADK international terms and conditions – grade F, relocation and education allowance when relevant. Housing is provided by TCDC.

ActionAid is a vibrant organisation with high committed and professional people. ​

Application

Closing date for application: 30th October.

First interviews: 7th to 9th November probably at AAI office in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Second interviews: 17th & 18th November at AADK office in Copenhagen, Denmark

Start date: 1st January 2017 or as soon as possible.

For further information about the job, please contact Jakob Kirkemann Boesen, International Director at AADK, [email protected]; for further information about terms & conditions, please contact Pierre Vernet, head of HROD, [email protected]

​How to apply:

As we only accept applications submitted through our online recruitment system, please use the link: https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx...

Job: Wildlife Species Conservation Expert - Tanzania



Organization: World Wide Fund For Nature
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 11 Oct 2016

JOB VACANCY

Wildlife Species Conservation Expert

WWF (The World Wide Fund for Nature) is an international non-governmental organization that deals with conservation of nature. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the Planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which human live in harmony with nature.

WWF Tanzania Country Office is seeking to hire an experienced and motivated individual for the position of Wildlife Species Conservation Officer to be based in Dar-es-salaam to provide vision, content, and leadership to drive the development of high impact wildlife conservation and species protection efforts.

ROLE AND MAJOR FUNCTIONS

WWF has deep roots in Tanzania and is respected for its longstanding experience, knowledge, and programs as a leader in wildlife conservation. The Wildlife Species Conservation Officer will have the ability and motivation to harness WWF’s considerable strengths and draw from the global approaches, tools, and resources WWF can bring to the wildlife conservation challenges Tanzania is facing (including TRAFFIC, the Wildlife Crime Initiative, the zero-poaching framework, leadership in community-based conservation, and trans-boundary reach of WWF).

The successful candidate will bring strategic leadership in developing WWF’s wildlife conservation efforts and positioning the organization to deliver significant conservation impacts. Key functional areas for this position are:

1) Strategic Planning, Research, and Monitoring: Informing and influencing the elephant and rhino conservation management strategies, plans, policies, and resource flows of targeted partners and stakeholders – including NGOs, government, and international cooperation agencies. Identifying needs and gaps for wildlife research and monitoring, and marshaling resources to address them. (Lead role.)

2) Law Enforcement and Anti-Poaching: Strengthening law enforcement and anti-poaching activities of key partners and stakeholders by bringing support for improved surveillance, inspections, trans-boundary collaboration, judicial action, and intelligence. (Lead role.)

3) Community Based Resource Management: Scaling up community based approaches to wildlife and forest management to empower communities as managers and beneficiaries of wildlife and resource stewardship and to reduce degradation of critical habitats.

4) Trafficking and Demand Reduction: Engaging with the WWF Network and external partners on reducing demand for ivory and other illegal wildlife products though market led approaches, public awareness campaigning, advocacy, and enhanced international cooperation. The position will contribute to this work by sharing lessons, research, and experience from Tanzania.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
  • High level of wildlife conservation expertise with experience in one or more of the following areas - protected area management, anti-poaching, wildlife management and monitoring, community-based wildlife
  • Previous experience in priority African elephant (and rhino) countries or landscapes with knowledge of policy, management, sustainable use, and wildlife crime issues impacting their conservation.
  • Ability to design and manage wildlife conservation programs.
  • Practical understanding of field conditions and field implementation challenges with the ability to
  • Excellent strategic skills.
  • Ability to fundraise.
  • Ability to build external partnerships, strengthens capacity, and builds teamwork.
Additional information, including Terms of Reference, can be obtained at the offices of WWF Tanzania Country Office in Dar es Salaam.

How to apply:

Applications must include a complete CV with full contact details of three referees and should be addressed to the People & Organization Development Manager through [email protected] byTuesday, 11th October 2016 at 4:30 pm. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and the interviews will take place in Dar es Salaam.

Job: Wildlife Species Conservation Expert - Tanzania

Organization: World Wide Fund For Nature
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 11 Oct 2016

JOB VACANCY

Wildlife Species Conservation Expert

WWF (The World Wide Fund for Nature) is an international non-governmental organization that deals with conservation of nature. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the Planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which human live in harmony with nature.

WWF Tanzania Country Office is seeking to hire an experienced and motivated individual for the position of Wildlife Species Conservation Officer to be based in Dar-es-salaam to provide vision, content, and leadership to drive the development of high impact wildlife conservation and species protection efforts.

ROLE AND MAJOR FUNCTIONS

WWF has deep roots in Tanzania and is respected for its longstanding experience, knowledge, and programs as a leader in wildlife conservation. The Wildlife Species Conservation Officer will have the ability and motivation to harness WWF’s considerable strengths and draw from the global approaches, tools, and resources WWF can bring to the wildlife conservation challenges Tanzania is facing (including TRAFFIC, the Wildlife Crime Initiative, the zero-poaching framework, leadership in community-based conservation, and trans-boundary reach of WWF).

The successful candidate will bring strategic leadership in developing WWF’s wildlife conservation efforts and positioning the organization to deliver significant conservation impacts. Key functional areas for this position are:

1) Strategic Planning, Research, and Monitoring: Informing and influencing the elephant and rhino conservation management strategies, plans, policies, and resource flows of targeted partners and stakeholders – including NGOs, government, and international cooperation agencies. Identifying needs and gaps for wildlife research and monitoring, and marshaling resources to address them. (Lead role.)

2) Law Enforcement and Anti-Poaching: Strengthening law enforcement and anti-poaching activities of key partners and stakeholders by bringing support for improved surveillance, inspections, trans-boundary collaboration, judicial action, and intelligence. (Lead role.)

3) Community Based Resource Management: Scaling up community based approaches to wildlife and forest management to empower communities as managers and beneficiaries of wildlife and resource stewardship and to reduce degradation of critical habitats.

4) Trafficking and Demand Reduction:
Engaging with the WWF Network and external partners on reducing demand for ivory and other illegal wildlife products though market led approaches, public awareness campaigning, advocacy, and enhanced international cooperation. The position will contribute to this work by sharing lessons, research, and experience from Tanzania.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
  • High level of wildlife conservation expertise with experience in one or more of the following areas - protected area management, anti-poaching, wildlife management and monitoring, community-based wildlife
  • Previous experience in priority African elephant (and rhino) countries or landscapes with knowledge of policy, management, sustainable use, and wildlife crime issues impacting their conservation.
  • Ability to design and manage wildlife conservation programs.
  • Practical understanding of field conditions and field implementation challenges with the ability to
  • Excellent strategic skills.
  • Ability to fundraise.
  • Ability to build external partnerships, strengthens capacity, and builds teamwork.
Additional information, including Terms of Reference, can be obtained at the offices of WWF Tanzania Country Office in Dar es Salaam.

How to apply:

Applications must include a complete CV with full contact details of three referees and should be addressed to the People & Organization Development Manager through [email protected] byTuesday, 11th October 2016 at 4:30 pm. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and the interviews will take place in Dar es Salaam.

8 small investors generate 30Mw in Tanzania


October 2016, Dar es Salaam — Eight small-scale power projects (SPPs) have begun producing a total of 33.3MW in rural areas.

The projects are in eight districts. The investors, are Tanganyika Plantation Company (20) in Kilimanjaro; Tanganyika Wattle Company (1.5) in Coast, Tulila Hydro-power (5) in Ruvuma, Iyovi Hydro-power (0.95) in Morogoro, Andoya Hydro-power (0.5) in Ruvuma, Darakuta Hydro-power (0.32) in Manyara and Mwenga Hydro-power plant (4) in Iringa.

The director general of the Energy and Water Regulatory Authority (Ewura), Mr Felix Ngamlagosi, says since the regulator has simplified the process of approving SPPs, interest in venturing in small projects to generate electricity even in remote areas has risen.

Of the eight SPP investors, only one, at Mwenga, is being operated by a foreigner.

“Apart from the eight SPP energy ventures, which are in active operation, other 20 SPP investors await approvals. The majority of them are Tanzanians.”

According to him, investors are now able to just download the model power purchase agreement on the technology that they intend to use and that is a starting point for negotiations with the utility that they sign the power/energy sale contract with.

The Tanzania Electric Supply Company deputy director of investments, Mr Declan Mhaiki, recently told Norwegian energy business executives that more investors are highly needed to cope with the rising demand for power. According to him, while the current electricity production capacity is 1,357 MW, the country has set a target of producing 5,000MW by 2020 and 10,000MW by 2025.

That will be undertaken under the National Power Master Plan that envisages industrialising Tanzania.

“We have ample energy sources. Apart from the renewable sources such as biomass, wind, solar and geothermal, we have natural gas amounting 57.6 trillion cubic Feet, coal reserves and hydro-electric power potentials,” Mr Mhaiki.

The Rural Energy Agency acting director general, Mr Boniface Nyamo-hanga said the government had put in place guidelines for investors for rural electrification.

He says since the government plans to electrify all villages by 2020, more investors are called upon to embark on mini-grid projects.

Tanzania experienced remarkably fast growth from 2004 to 2014 - Here is what happened

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The market isn’t going to naturally effect that kind of reduction; it requires government intervention and, ideally, lots of redistribution. And when countries have tried that approach, it’s worked. The report includes a case study on Tanzania, a country that has experienced remarkably fast growth from 2004 to 2014: about 6.5 percent per year, on average. Poverty has fallen substantially as well, from about 60 percent in 2007 to under 50 by 2012.

But most of Tanzania’s poverty reduction isn’t attributable to economic growth. Most of it was due to redistribution:


What happened? Well, the Tanzanian government took measures designed precisely to reduce poverty. One, called MKUKUTA II, focuses on expanding access to public services like health care, primary school, water, and sanitation, while the second, the Tanzania Social Action Fund, provides conditional cash transfers and public works programs.

This isn't the whole story (the country also diversified its agricultural industry in a way that aided in poverty reduction), but it's a significant factor. "From a fiscal point of view," the World Bank report concludes, "Tanzania tends to redistribute more than anticipated based on its relatively low income level."

It's not just the World Bank pointing this out. Economists Andy Sumner and Chris Hoy have estimated that redirecting public subsidies for fossil fuels alone could eliminate up to 70 percent of extreme poverty. Doing that in concert with lower military spending and higher taxes would do even more. "Growth is good, but it will take quite some time for it to raise everyone above a minimal income floor," Sumner notes. "Redistribution is possible right now and could accomplish that goal much faster — and be good for future growth and prosperity."

It could be good for health, too: The Center on Global Development’s "Millions Saved" project has found that cash transfer programs in countries like South Africa, Honduras, Kenya, andPakistan can improve access to health services, reduce teen birth rates and risky sexual behavior, and boost nutrition.

Read the full article at: vox.com

Tanzanian appointed head of AU liaison office in South Sudan

October 2, 2016 (JUBA) - The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has appointed ambassador Joram Mukama Biswaro from Tanzania as her special representative as well as head of the AU Liaison Office in South Sudan (AULOSS).

The appointment of Biswaro, the continental body stated, comes at a critical time in the history of South Sudan as the AU reinforces its engagement in a country, facing a civil war since December 2013.Biswaro replaces Brigadier General Sara Thomas Rwambali.

“The Chairperson is confident that he [Bisawaro] will leverage his extensive experience to enhance the pivotal role of the AULOSS in supporting the complex political and security processes in South Sudan and enhance the AU’s overall objective, in partnership with regional and international actors, in finding a sustainable solution to the challenges of peace, security and development in the country,” partly reads a statement posted on the organisation’s website.

The new AU representative has held various senior positions in the Tanzanian foreign affairs ministry from 1973 to 2013, serving as his country’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Permanent Representative to the African Union and United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.

He reportedly played a crucial role in the transformation process from the OAU to the AU and, as Chair of the AU Peace and Security Council, visiting several hot spots on the continent.

Biswaro, the AU stressed, also participated in OAU/AU election observer missions to Zimbabwe, South Africa, Ghana and Kenya.

In a related development, Zuma appointed Wahida Ayari, of Tunisia, as her new Special Representative for Libya and Head of the African Union Liaison Office in Libya, replacing Mondher Rezgui.

Ayari, an accomplished diplomat, is currently Minister Plenipotentiary and the Deputy Director in Tunisia’s Foreign Affairs ministry.

“She has extensive diplomatic experience in African affairs as she served as Deputy Director for relations with the African Union and was a member of the Tunisian delegation to several Ordinary and Extraordinary AU Summits,” the AU said.

The Chairperson said she is confident Ayari’s appointment will enhance the critical role the AU office is currently playing in supporting the political and security developments in the country, and the AU’s overall objective of restoring lasting peace and stability in the country.

Taarifa ya Ikulu: Uteuzi wa M/Kiti Bodi ya NIC

Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Dk. John Pombe Magufuli, leo tarehe 02 Oktoba, 2016 amemteua Laston Thomas Msongole kuwa Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya Shirika la Bima la Taifa (NIC).

Taarifa iliyotolewa na Kurugenzi ya Mawasiliano ya Rais Ikulu jijini Dar es Salaam, imesema Laston Thomas Msongole anachukua nafasi iliyoachwa wazi na Dk. Edmund Mndolwa ambaye amemaliza muda wake.

"Uteuzi wa Laston Thomas Msongole umeanza leo tarehe 02 Oktoba, 2016", imesema taarifa hiyo ya Ikulu iliyosaininiwa na Mkurugenzi wa Mawasiliano ya Rais Ikulu, GersonMsigwa.

Taarifa ya habari ChannelTEN Oktoba 2, 2016






[video] Magoli ya Simba vs Yanga - Oktoba 1, 2016 na simulizi la Madaraka Selemani mwaka 2002

Goli la Ajibu dakika ya 7 lilikokataliwa...


Goli la Tambwe baada ya kuushika mpira kwa mkono...


Goli la Kichuya dakika ya 87...


Vurugu kiwanjani...



Waziri wa Habari Utamaduni sanaa na Michezo Mhe Nape Moses Nnauye akitazama moja ya kiti kilichong’olewa jana katika mechi ya Simba na Yanga na Serikali kufikia uamuzi wa kuzuia timu hizo kutumia Uwanja wa Taifa kutoka na uharibifu wa miundombinu uliotokea katika
Timu za soka za Simba na Yanga za Jijini Dar es Salaam zimezuiwa kutumia Uwanja wa Taifa kwa muda usiojulikana kutoka na mashabiki wao kusababisha uharibifu wa miumbombimu ya Uwanja wa Taifa yakiwemo mageti ya kuingilia Uwanjani na kung’oa viti kwa upande wa mashabiki wa Simba.
Uamuzi huo umetolewa leo Jijini Dar es Salaam na Waziri wa Habari Utamaduni Sanaa na Michezo Mhe. Nape Moses Nnauye alipokuwa akikagua na kutembelea maeneo yalioathirika na uharibifu uliofanywa na mashabiki wa Simba na Yanga katika mechi iliyochezwa Octoba Mosi 2016 katika Uwanja wa Taifa.mechi yao iliyofanyika Oktoba Mosi 2016.

“Hii si mara ya kwanza kwa mashabiki kuvunja mageti na kung’oa viti na sisi kama Serikali tumeamua kuzuia vilabu hivi vya Simba na Yanga kutotumia Uwanja wa Taifa mpaka tuitavyoamua vinginevyo hapo baadae” Alisistiza Mhe. Nnauye.

Mhe. Nape Nnauye ameongeza kuwa wameendaa mfumo wa kutumia kamera Uwanjani ili kubaini makosa yatakayokuwa yanafanyika ili kuzuia vitendo vya kihualifu na uharibifu katika Viwanja vya michezo.

Kwa upande wake Kaimu Mkurugenzi wa Idara ya Maendeleo ya Michezo Bw. Alex Nkenyenge amesema kuwa wamesikitishwa sana na uharibifu ulitokea katika mechi ya Simba na Yanga na kusababisha uharibifu wa viti na mageti ya kuingilia Uwanjani.

Eneo liliong’olewa viti katika Uwanja wa Taifa katika mechi ya Simba na Yanga iliyofanyika Oktoba Mosi.

Ameongeza kuwa kwa tathimini iliyofanyika mageti manne yameng’olewa na mashabiki kwa upande wa Simba na Yanga na pia kwa upande wa ndani jumla ya viti 1781 vimeng’olewa katika upande wa mashabiki wa Simba.


“Mara nyingi tumekubaliana kutunza Uwanja huu kwa ajili ya matumizi ya watanzania wote na kama wasimamizi tunasikitika kwa kitendo hiki kilichotokea na tujue kuwa ni kodi za wananchi ndio zilitumika kujenga Uwanja huu na pia ndizo zitazotumika kukarabati Uwanja tuwe na tabia ya kupenda na kutunza vya kwetu.

Klabu za Simba na Yanga zimekuwa na ushindani mkubwa katika soka la Tanzania na kumekuwa kukitokea mambo mbalimbali pale timu hizo zinapokutana ikiwemo uharibifu wa miundombinu katika Viwanja na vurugu kwa mashabiki pale mmoja wao anapofungwa.
Waziri wa Habari Utamaduni sanaa na Michezo Mhe Nape Moses Nnauye akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kuhusu uamuzi wa Serikali kuzuia timu za Simba na Yanga kutumia Uwanja wa Taifa kutoka na uharibifu wa miundombinu uliotokea katika mechi yao iliyofanyika Oktoba Mosi 2016.

Waziri wa Habari Utamaduni sanaa na Michezo Mhe Nape Moses Nnauye akiwa amekaa akiangalia jinsi viti vilivyong’olewa katika Uwanaja wa Taifa na Serikali kuchukua uamuzi wa kuzuia timu za Simba na Yanga kutumia Uwanja wa Taifa na kuzuia mapato ya mechi waliyocheza mpaka watakapolipa fidia kutoka na uharibifu wa miundombinu uliotokea katika mechi yao iliyofanyika Oktoba Mosi 2016.

Kaimu Mkurugenzi Idara ya Maendeleo ya Michezo Bw. Alex Nkenyenge akizungumza na waandishi wa habari kuhusu tathimini iliyofanyika mara baada ya mechi wa jana kati ya Simba na Yanga na jumla ya mageti manne yamevunjwa na viti1781 vimeong’olewa katika Uwanja wa Taifa.Habari na Picha na Raymond Mushumbusi - MAELEZO

Taarifa ya polisi kuhusu watumishi wa serikali waliochomwa moto hadi kufa

AFANDE, HALI YA USALAMA MKOA WA DODOMA KWA SAA ISHIRINI NA NNE ZILIZOPITA KUNA TUKIO LA MAUAJI LILILOLIPOTIWA KUTOKA WILAYA YA CHAMWINO.

MNAMO TAREHE 01/10/2016 MAJIRA YA SAA 12:30 HUKO KIJIJI CHA IRINGA MVUMI KATA YA IRINGA MVUMI TARAFA YA MAKANG'WA WILAYA YA CHAMWINO MKOA WA DODOMA,

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