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Friday, October 31, 2014

PINDA AWALAZA MKUTANONI WATANZANIA WANAOISHI OMAN!

Waziri Mkuu Mizengo Pinda ambae aliwalaza Watanzania wanaoishi 
Oman katika mkutano nao huko Muscat hivi majuzi.

Waziri Mkuu wa Tanzania Mhe Mizengo Kayanza Peter Pinda alizungumza na Watanzania waishio nchini Oman wakati akihitimisha ziara yake nchini humo Oktoba 29, 2014. Katika mazungumzo hayo alikuwepo Naibu Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Maalim Mahadhi  pamoja na Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Oman, Mhe Ali Ahmed Saleh.

Hakijulikani kitu gani kilichowafanya baadhi ya Watanzania kulala katika mazungumzo hayo. Labda zimewatosha hadithi zile zile za siku zote za CCM, huku nchi ikiendelea kuliwa na wakubwa kutokana na corruption iliyoenea katika kila pembe ya nchi!

Baadhi ya watanzania waishio Oman wakimsikiliza Waziri Mkuu Mizengo Pinda wakati alipowahutubia kwenye hoteli ya Al Bustan, mjini Muscut, Oktoba 29, 2014, huku Watanzania wengine wakiwa wamelala fo-fo-fo. 
 (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)


Zambian President Sata death: White interim leader appointed


Zambian Vice-President Guy Scott has been named acting leader following the death of President Michael Sata.


Zambian President Michael Sata gestures upon arrival at Solwezi airport before addressing supporters at an election campaign meeting on 10 September 2014
Mr Sata was known as "King Cobra" for his tough style of public speaking
Gravelly-voiced as a result of years of chain-smoking, Michael Sata rose to political prominence in the 1980s. He quickly earned a reputation as the hardest-working governor while in charge of Lusaka and as a populist man of action. But he was also known for his authoritarian tendencies, an abrasive manner and a sharp tongue - and his critics say his nickname of "King Cobra" was well-deserved.
A devout Catholic, Mr Sata had worked as a police officer, railway man and trade unionist during colonial rule.

Don't frustrate investors, JK tells officials

BY GADIOSA LAMTEY

31st October 2014


President Jakaya Kikwete opens Public Service Commission 10th anniversary concert at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre in Dar es Salaam yesterday. (Photo: Halima Kambi)
President Jakaya Kikwete has warned permanent secretaries and other heads of department in the public service against inconveniencing potential investors, saying the behaviour impedes the government’s efforts to attract more investments in the country. 
The president issued the warning in Dar es Salaam yesterday at the official opening   of Public Service Commission symposium which involved among others, permanent secretaries, other civil servants from public institutions and the central government.

Pinda azungumza na waTanzania wanaoishi Oman

Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo pinda akizunguma na Watanzania waishio nchini Oman akihitimisha ziara yake nchini humo Oktoba 29, 2014. Kulia ni Naibu Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Maalim Mahadhi na kushoto ni Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Oman, Ali Ahmed Saleh.

Baadhi ya watanzania waishio Oman wakimsikiliza Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo PInda wakati alipowahutubia kwenye hoteli ya Al Bustan mjini Muscut Oktoba 29, 2014.
Baadhi ya watanzania waishio Oman wakimsikiliza Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo PInda wakati alipowahutubia kwenye hoteli ya Al Bustan mjini Muscut Oktoba 29, 2014. (Picha na Ofisi yaWaziri Mkuu)

IMF cautions govt over spending, Pinda reacts

Premier Mizengo Pinda speaks to city-based journalists soon after landing at the Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam yesterday.  PHOTO | EDWIN MJWAHUZI 
By Songa Wa Songa and Florence Mugarula,The Citizen Reporters
IN SUMMARY
  • The Bretton Woods body says the government, faced with tax shortfalls and aid freeze by donors, has resorted to heavy borrowing through the central bank and this may impact negatively on the market.
  • The mission said the upcoming mid-year Budget review with the state would be used to align expenditure allocations with available resources

Dar es Salaam.
 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised the alarm over the inability of the government to control its appetite for spending above its means, warning that the trend could distabilise Tanzania’s monetary policy.
An IMF mission report released on Tuesday noted that the government, faced with tax shortfalls and aid freeze by donors, has resorted to heavy borrowing through the central bank and this may impact negatively on the market.
According to IMF, the government needs to urgently re-align its spending priorities with what it can afford. 
“Front-loading of domestically-financed capital expenditure in July and August was facilitated by the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) through conversion of liquidity paper into financing paper but this complicated monetary policy implementation,” it said. 

Dubai walks the talk for breast cancer awareness

Khaleej Times

Anupam Varma (Deputy Web Editor) / 31 October 2014

Despite it being a Friday morning, residents came out in large numbers to support the cause. 

Dubai Walkathon 2014Participants at the Pink Walkathon. Photos by Anupam Varma/Khaleej Times
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Dubai: It was a bright and sunny Friday morning that saw thousands of Dubai residents take part in the annual BurJuman Pink Walkathon 2014 at Zabeel Park. The crowd had started to descend from as early as 6.30 am, and it was a sea of pink as far as the eye could see by the time the walk began – around 8.15 am.
The walk -- an initiative to create awareness about breast cancer and also honour cancer survivors -- saw people from of all ages, nationalities and professions take part.
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Pink Walkathon 2014 video
“This is the first time I am participating in the walk. It’s a great initiative and I am happy I can support this cause,” said Samreen, a 17-year-old schoolgirl accompanied by her friends, all wearing pink caps in support of the cause.
“One of my aunts is a breast cancer survivor. This walk is for her.”

Tanzanian prime minister leaves after visit



  Tanzanian prime minister leaves after visit
MUSCAT — Mizengo Pinda, Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, his wife and his accompanying delegation left the country yesterday after a several-day visit to the Sultanate.
He and his accompanying delegation were seen off by Dr Fuad bin Jaafar al Sajwani, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and Head of the mission of honour accompanying the guest, members of the mission of honour accompanying the guest, the accredited ambassador of the Sultanate to Tanzania, the Tanzanian ambassador to the Sultanate and members of Tanzanian Embassy.