Friday, December 9, 2016
RAIS DKT. MAGUFULI ASHIRIKI NA KUTUBIA KATIKA SHEREHE ZA MIAKA 55 YA UHURU WA TANZANIA BARA KATIKA UWANJA WA UHURU JIJINI DAR ES SALAAM.!
Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Amiri Jeshi Mkuu Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli akihutubia wananchi waliojitokeza katika sherehe za miaka 55 ya Uhuru wa Tanzania Bara katika uwanja wa Uhuru jijini Dar es Salaam.
Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Amiri Jeshi Mkuu Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli akiwapungia wananchi waliohudhuria sherehe za miaka 55 ya Uhuru wa Tanzania Bara katika uwanja wa Uhuru jijini Dar es Salaam mara baada ya kuwasili.
Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na Amiri Jeshi Mkuu Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli akiwa amesimama wakati wimbo wa Taifa ulipokuwa ukipigwa uwanjani hapo.
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Thursday, December 8, 2016
By Alister Doyle –
Giraffe numbers have declined by as much as 40 per cent since the 1980s in a “silent extinction” driven by illegal hunting and an expansion of farmland in Africa, the Red List of endangered species reported on Thursday.
Populations of the world’s tallest land creature fell to about 98,000 from an estimated 152,000-163,000 in 1985, according to the List compiled by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The Red List rated the giraffe “vulnerable” to extinction on current trends for the first time, against a previous rating of “least concern”.
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Mwenyekiti wa Jukwaa la Wahariri Tanzania (TEF) Theophil Makunga (kulia), akizungumza Dar es Salaam leo wakati akifungua mkutano wa siku mbili wa wahariri kupitia sheria ya huduma ya vyombo vya habari uliyopitishwa na Bunge pamoja na kujadili mpango mkakati wa TEF wa kuendeleza tasnia ya habari nchini. Kushoto ni Makamu Mwenyekiti wa TEF, Deodatus Balile na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Mfuko wa Habari Tanzania (TMF), Ernest Sungura.
Mtaalamu Mshauri Rosemary Mwakitwange akiongoza mkutano huo.
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Mfuko wa Habari Tanzania (TMF), Ernest Sungura.
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- The postmen and women of the vast metropolis of 10 million people have once again taken to the city on foot, on bicycles and even mopeds to deliver letters and parcels.
Bienvenu-Marie Bakumanya –
“Getting a letter in the post is a first for me, and what’s more at home!” says Odette Tshibambe, a student in her thirties in Kinshasa.
Her excitement is understandable. After 30 years of turmoil for the postal service in the Democratic Republic of Congo, letter carriers clad in smart canary yellow shirts have finally returned to the streets of the capital.
Anifa Kayumba, head of Kinshasa’s vast sorting office, recalls “dark times” during her 33 years on the job when dispirited workers would routinely go without pay.
The postal service’s headquarters was like a “funeral home”, she says, with a coffin blocking the entrance to mark a state of “permanent mourning”.
Customers lost all confidence in the service “because (most) of the packages were pilfered or lost,” says Elisabeth Lengema, a postal worker with 26 years experience.
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