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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Sajili Ardhi kwa Manufaa Yako


BALOZI IDDI AFUNGUA RASMI MICHUANI YA MAJESHI YA AFRIKA MASHARIKI LEO MJINI ZANZIBAR.

 Makamu wa Pili wa Rais wa Zanzibar Balozi Seif Ali Iddi kwa niaba ya Rais wa Zanzibar na Mwenyekiti wa Baraza la Mapinduzi Dr. Ali Mohd Shein akiifungua rasmi michezo ya Majeshi ya Afrika Mashariki, kwenye Uwanja wa Amani mjini zanzibar leo.

 Kikundi cha Utamaduni cha Jeshi la Kujenga Uchumi Zanzibar      { JKU } Kitoa burdani wakati wa ufunguzi wa michezo ya majeshi ya Afrika ya Mashariki kwenye uwanja wa amani mjini Zanzibar.

 Vijana wa jeshi la Rwanda wakifanya vitu vyao walipocheza ngoma ya asili ya nchi hiyo kwenye ufunguzi wa michezo ya Majeshi ya Afrika ya Mashariki amani Mjini Zanzibar.

 Vijana wa Jeshi la Wananchi wa Tanzania { JWTZ } wakirusha njiwa hewani kama ishara ya ufunguzi baada ya kumalizika kwa Hotuba ya ufunguzi wa mashindano ya michezo ya majeshi ya afrika mashariki.

 Balozi Seif akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na Timu ya Soka ya Burundi kabla ya kuanza kwa pambano lake dhidi ya Tanzania mara baada ya kuzindua rasmi michezo ya majeshi ya afrika ya Mashariki kwa niaba ya Rais wa Zanzibar Dr. Ali Mohd Shein.

 Balozi Seif akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na Mkuu wa Majeshi, waamuzi na wadhamini wa michuano hiyo. Picha na Hassan Issa wa – OMPR – ZNZ.

Rais wa Zanzibar na Mwenyekiti wa Baraza la Mapinduzi Dr. Ali Mohd Shein alisema mashindano ya Michezo na Utamaduni ya Majeshi ya Afrika Mashariki ni kielelezo halisi kinachoithibitisha Dunia umoja na mshikamano uliopo wan chi wanachama wa Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki.
Alisema michezo hii hutoa msisimko katika kipindi chote cha mashindano na kuacha matokeo mazuri kwa wananchi katika kuipenda jambo ambalo hufufua ari ya kuiendeleza michezo kwa nchi mwenyeji kwa lengo la kuongeza ufanisi wa michezo tofautri ndani ya ukanda wa Afrika Mashariki.

Mawakili walalamikia washtakiwa wa ugaidi Z`bar kushtakiwa Kisutu

SHEIKH FARID APANDA MAHAKAMA YA KISUTU KWA UGAIDI

Na Rahma Suleiman
 
Mawakili wa watuhumiwa waliopo kizuizini kutokana na tuhuma za makosa ya ugaidi kutoka Zanzibar, wamedai kuwa kitendo cha Jeshi la Polisi kuwakamata na kuwapeleka Mahakama ya Kisutu, Dar es Salaam ni kuidhalilisha Zanzibar kisheria.

Mawakili hao wakiongozwa na Abdallah Juma walitoa madai hayo mbele ya Jaji  Mkusa Isack Sepetu wa Mahakama Kuu Zanzibar wakati wakiwasilisha hati ya maombi ya dharura kufuatia wateja wao waliokamatwa Zanzibar na kupelekwa Tanzania Bara kushtakiwa.

Alidai watu hao wamenyimwa uhuru wao wa kikatiba kwa mujibu wa katiba ya Zanzibar ya mwaka 1984 kifungu cha 14 (1) (2) na kifungu cha 16 (1).

Alidai kuwa kitendo kilichofanywa na Jeshi la Polisi cha kuwaweka kizuizini wateja wao kwa mienzi miwili sasa tena nje ya Zanzibar wakati Zanzibar ni nchi, ni kinyume cha sheria ya makosa ya jinai kifungu cha 28 sheria namba 7 ya mwaka 2004 ya Zanzibar.

KAMATI KUU YA CCM YAFANYA TATHMINI YA MCHAKATO NA MAENDELEO YA UPATIKANAJI WA KATIBA MPYA

   

MOBILE MONEY - Bank on the future of phones

The potential of mobile-linked banking transactions is huge – but they must be cheap.
Bean There at 44 Stanley in Jo'burg uses SnapScan. (Madelene Cronjé, M&G)
Bean There at 44 Stanley in Jo'burg uses SnapScan. (Madelene Cronjé, M&G)
There’s a revolution under way, and this one’s not being agitated by the working class, although they certainly have their part to play. It is being waged by banks, cellphone providers and entrepreneurs hoping to capitalise on a mobile commercial market that is estimated will be worth more than $800-billion by 2016 and have more than 400-million users, who will use their phones to move money in ways they never did before.
Pockets of the phenomenon are taking off with unprecedented speed in sub-Saharan Africa, where well-established banking and cellphone brands are scrambling to tap into the “unbanked” portion of the populace by providing platforms for money transfers using cellphone technology.
According to the GMSA 2013 mobile money adoption survey, sub-Saharan Africa is home to 53% of all live mobile money services in the world. These services, which allow users to withdraw and send cash from one cellphone user to another, using local retailers and trading stores as ATMs, are available in 36 out of 47 countries in the region.
In Kenya, which has the highest usage of mobile money transfers, more than $3-billion dollars are shifted in this way every month, according to Vodacom.

Tanzania to construct Chinese products trading center

Aug 21,2014

DAR ES SALAAM, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- Tanzania authorities said on Wednesday that construction of the Tanzania-China Logistics Center, a trade hub for high quality Chinese products to the East and Central African markets, will start soon.
Tanzania's minister for Industry and Trade Abdallah Kigoda said China will finance the project to the tune of 412.5 million U.S. dollars. The Tanzanian government has released 33 million U.S. dollars to compensate 1,020 residents who will be affected by the project at Kurasini in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam.
"The government has given the money to the Export Processing Zones Authority (EPZA) which will oversee the compensation exercise," the minister told a news conference.
The project is a result of a Sino-Africa cooperation meeting in 2009, and will cover 60.4 hectares in Kurasini covering Shimo la Udongo, Mivinjeni and Kiungani areas.
"We are happy.

New Democrat MP quits party, complains that Mulcair is too pro-Israel

  • NDP MP Sana Hassainia walks out of the House of Commons with her baby Skander-Jack as she makes her way to meet with reporters on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa on February 8, 2012. A New Democrat MP has quit the party over what she deems leader Tom Mulcair's excessively pro-Israel stance on the current conflict in Gaza. Sana Hassainia, who represents the Montreal-area riding of Vercheres-Les Patriotes, has told Montreal's La Presse she can't accept Mulcair's position and will now sit as an independent. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand
    The Canadian Press - NDP MP Sana Hassainia walks out of the House of Commons with her baby Skander-Jack as she makes her way to meet with reporters on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa on February 8, 2012. A New Democrat MP has quit the party over what she deems leader Tom Mulcair's excessively pro-Israel stance on the current conflict in Gaza. Sana Hassainia, who represents the Montreal-area riding of Vercheres-Les Patriotes, has told Montreal's La Presse she can't accept Mulcair's position and will now sit as an independent. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Chartrand  less 
OTTAWA - A New Democrat MP has quit the caucus over what she felt was an excessively pro-Israel stance on the current conflict in Gaza and demeaning party demands to keep quiet and toe the line.
Sana Hassainia, who represents the Montreal-area riding of Vercheres-Les Patriotes, was specifically critical of NDP Leader Tom Mulcair in a blog post that appeared online Wednesday.
In an interview with The Canadian Press, Hassainia said her unhappiness with the leader and party began after the 2012 leadership race. She says she was removed from a Commons committee and relegated to the backbench because she had supported Mulcair's rival Brian Topp.
But "the straw that broke the camel's back" Hassainia says was Mulcair's distinctly pro-Israel stance, despite the heavy civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip this summer.