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Old July 24th, 2011, 06:47 AM   #1
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U just dey waka a'bout everywhere dey make thread 4 evry place?
Na waa for u o...... shey u no get Punanie hammer ni?
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U just dey waka a'bout everywhere dey make thread 4 evry place?
Na waa for u o...... shey u no get Punanie hammer ni?


i just dey comot from work so i dey tire....so i just dey yan na
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i just dey comot from work so i dey tire....so i just dey yan na
LMFAO!!!

Ok pk, I get una, E be like say u wan quickly do everything possible make u reach 10,000 posts abi?
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u dey speak pigin here! na waa!
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good newz for those who love hip hop, LUDA CRISS COMING TO DAR ES SALAAM


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Magufuli: Barabara za juu zimeanza kujengwa Dar




wadau walio bongo kazi imeanza kweli?



Serikali imeanza ujenzi wa barabara za juu (flyover), lengo likiwa ni kupunguza msongamano wa magari katika Jiji la Dar es Salaam.

Mpango huo wa kupunguza msongamano huo ambao umekuwa ukisababisha kero kubwa kwa wakazi wa Jiji ulitangazwa na Waziri wa Ujenzi, Dk. John Magufuli, wakati akisoma hotuba ya makadirio ya matumizi ya wizara hiyo kwa mwaka wa fedha wa 2011/2012.

Waziri Magufuli aliliambia Bunge kuwa usanifu wa barabara ya juu ya Tazara, ulianza Juni mwaka huu kwa ufadhili wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Japan (Jica). Kadhalika, Dk. Magufuli alisema kuwa serikali imepeleka maombi kwa serikali ya Japan kupitia JICA ili kusaidia ujenzi wa barabara hizo.

BABABARA ZA KUUNGANISHA JIJI

Kwa upande wa barabara za chini, Dk. Magufuli alisema katika mwaka wa fedha huo, serikali itajenga na kukarabati mitandao ya barabara katika Jiji la Dar es Salaam ikiwa ni jitihada za kupunguza msongamano wa magari. Alizitaja barabara zitakazohusika katika mpango huo kuwa ni Ubungo Bus Terminal-Mabibo hadi Kigogo Roundabout yenye urefu wa kilomita 6.4.

Kwa kujibu wa Dk. Magufuli, kazi ya ujenzi wa barabara hiyo inaendelea na utekelezaji wake umefikia asilimia 75.

Dk. Magufuli alisema pia barabara ya Kigogo Roundabout hadi bonde la Msimbazi-Twiga /Msimbazi Junction yenye urefu wa kilomita 2.7 inaendelea kujengwa na utekelezaji wake umefikia asilimia 42.

Waziri Magufuli alisema kuwa barabara nyingine katika mpango huo ni ya Tabata Dampo-Kigogo-Ubungo Maziwa External yenye urefu wa kilomita 2.5 na kuongeza kuwa kazi ya usanifu wa barabara hiyo imekamilika na hatua inayofuata ni kutafuta fedha kwa ajili ya ujenzi wake.

Aidha, alisema barabara ya Old Bagamoyo hadi Garden Road yenye urefu wa kilomita 9.1 ipo katika mchakato wa kumpata mhandisi mshauri kwa ajili ya usanifu unaoendelea wakati barabara ya Jet Corner-Vituka-Davis Corner yenye urefu wa kilomita 10.3 kazi ya ujenzi inaendelea.

Dk. Magufuli alisema pia kazi ya usanifu katika barabara za Mbezi (Morogoro Road)- Maramba Mawili-Kinyerezi-Banana yenye urefu wa kilomita 14, Tegeta-Kibaoni-Wazo-Goba-Mbezi Mwisho yenye urefu wa kilomita 20 na Tangi Bovu–Goba yenye urefu wa kilomita 9, imekamilika na kufafanua kuwa hatua inayofuata ni kutafuta fedha kwa ajili ujenzi wa barabara hizo.

Pia alisema kazi ya usanifu inaendelea na itakamilika katika mwaka 2011/2012 kwa barabara za Kimara Baruti-Msewe-Changanyikeni (Km 2.6 ) na Kimara –Kilungule-External Mandela Road (Km 9).

Hali kadhalika, alisema serikali ipo katika mchakato wa kumpata mkandarasi kwa ajili ya ujenzi wa barabara ya Kimara-Magomeni (kilomita 10.4) na Magomeni–Kivukoni, Kawawa (kilomita 10.5), zitakazotumika na Mradi wa Mabasi yaendao Kasi (DART).

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Old August 3rd, 2011, 08:22 AM   #15
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Serikali yatafuta dawa misongamano ya magari

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SERIKALI imeanza mikakati ya kuondokana na kero ya msongamano wa magari katika miji mikubwa nchini, ikianzia na Jiji la Dar es Salaam.

Miongoni mwa mikakati hiyo ni ujenzi wa barabara za juu (Flyovers) kwenye makutano ya barabara maeneo ya Tazara na Ubungo jijini Dar es Salaam.

Waziri wa Ujenzi, Dk. John Magufuli alisema hayo jana alipokuwa akiwasilisha bungeni makadirio ya bajeti ya mwaka 2011/2012.

Alisema, tayari usanifu wa eneo la Tazara umekwishaanza tangu Juni mwaka huu kwa ufadhili wa Shirika la Misaada ya Maendeleo la Japan (JICA).

Kwa upande wa barabara ya juu ya Ubungo, Serikali imepeleka maombi kwa serikali ya Japan pia kupitia JICA ili isaidie ujenzi.

Aidha, imepania kuongeza kasi ya ujenzi, upanuzi na ukarabati wa barabara za pembezoni mwa Jiji kwa kiwango cha lami, ili kuhakikisha tatizo la msongamano linapungua au kwisha kabisa.

Ujenzi, upanuzi na ukarabati wa barabara unatarajiwa kwenda sambamba na ukamilishaji wa mradi wa mabasi yaendayo kasi na
ule wa usafiri wa treni katika jiji la Dar es Salaam.

“Ujenzi wa barabara za kupunguza msongamano wa magari ulianza katika mwaka wa fedha za 2009/2010, lakini tunaendelea tena kwa kasi,” alisema na kuzitaja baadhi
ya barabara ambazo ujenzi wake unaendelea kuwa ni pamoja na ya Ubungo-Kigogo hadi Kawawa.

Nyingine ni ya Kawawa, Msimbazi hadi Jangwani na Twiga, kona ya Jet-Vituka hadi Davis Corner.

Alisema, katika bajeti hiyo, Sh milioni 633.20 zimetengwa kwa ajili ya barabara ya Ubungo-Kigogo hadi Kawawa, na kiasi kingine kama hicho kwa barabara ya Kawawa-bonde la Msimbazi hadi Jangwani/Twiga. Kwa barabara ya Jet-Vituka hadi Davis Corner imetengewa Sh. bilioni 1.2.

Aidha, barabara za Ubungo Maziwa-External, Tabata Dampo – Kigogo, Kimara –Kilungule- External, Mbezi- Malambamawili-Kinyerezi hadi Banana na ile ya Tegeta Kibaoni-Wazo Hill-Goba hadi Mbezi ya barabara ya Morogoro, zinatarajiwa kujengwa kwa kiwango cha changarawe kama itakavyokuwa kwa barabara ya Kimara-Baruti-Msewe hadi Changanyikeni.

Katika kuhakikisha inatekeleza mikakati yake, Magufuli alisema wizara yake itafuatilia kwa karibu matumizi ya fedha zinazotolewa kwa miradi mbalimbali pamoja na kuwabana wadau wanaohusika na shughuli za ujenzi ili kazi zilingane na
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I hope those flyovers will help to ease the congestion mayhem in Dar.
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Old August 7th, 2011, 02:36 PM   #17
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Twenty four-hour power came at last

So it can be done. Countrywide electric supply stabilised for much of last week with almost 24 hour lighting and, instead of taking it as the normal thing to happen, it came as a pleasant surprise if not outright shock.

Shock because despite media reports to the effect that power shedding had eased, The Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd (TANESCO) has not issued a formal statement, courtesy of public relations indifference.

TANESCO have every right to stay mum but remembering the “dark period” that we went through, it is just all the more appropriate to thank in a big way whoever made it possible for the generators to churn out the all mighty electrons. Ironically, power supply stabilised at a time when the public had been warned to expect even longer spells of total blackout as water in hydroelectric dams had run dangerously low.

But still, it is pertinent to ask what the hell was with the country’s power generation? Was it sabotage, plain negligence or grand conspiracy to get the country to its knees and why? Some of those questions could have been answered if TANESCO would have bothered to explain what rabbit they suddenly pulled out of the hat to give the country power on a 24 hour basis? But who cares?

In the absence of an official statement, speculation remains the only plausible avenue. Fact is, power supply stabilised after the government appointed a new Permanent Secretary to the ministry of energy and minerals after the former PS, Dr David Jairo was ensnared in a corruption and bribery scandal that is currently under investigation.

Crippling power shortage has affected adversely quite a number of hospitality and manufacturing industries with far reaching consequences for the nation’s general economic health. The true cost of the power shortage that ran for months, may never be possible to quantify. However, the loss ran into millions of shillings per day, useless to think about because it is split milk anyway!

But can the nation pause for a moment and reflect on why in this century, Tanzania was about to write history as the only country that failed to generate electricity even as the National Grid connects to only less than 14 percent of the population?

Part of the problem that has crawled into our social fabric is to politicise everything, including activities that should never be left to talking shops. Power generation is a very sensitive matter to which the heart and mind of the nation should be constantly inclined. If anything, the problem was well known. We only waded into murky waters in the attempt to solve it.

If the Richmond generators had not been so controversial ab initio, TANESCO’s hero of the Wizard of the Crow would perhaps not have been so powerful anyway. But with nearly six months of darkness who could ever have imagined that the problem could be solved by a whisker?

What the people need is to have electricity flowing at any time of the day. TANESCO have shown us that it can be done however hilarious power blackout is in the 21st century.
The cost of power blackout for a nation does not end with just the economic figures.

Environmental experts have also warned that the thousands of the two-stroke gasoline generators purring all over Dar es Salaam are a very serious health hazard. The real economic toll lies in the endangering of human health and the medical expenses that invariably follow.
Let the nation resolve that this ignominious situation shall never recur.

As I am saying, it is possible if given the right people in the right place. Unfortunately, we have leaders who have long ago pawned their dignity and sense of responsibility to the senseless dictates of serving the self. Ironically, these are the kind of people who always find themselves recycled to various positions with the civil service.

I was trying to imagine whether what we have just gone through could happen in serious minded countries like China. My biggest hunch was that it can never. The Chinese are coming up as the number two biggest economy in the world not on a note of the worst forms of human folly but endless struggle and invention. Ours is a tale of eternal political and economic farce. Can anyone feel ashamed?

In the Wizard of the Crow, the hero, Kamiti saved himself and his girlfriend, Grace from being arrested by the police by quickly pinning a sign to the door of the house in which they were hiding that read: "Warning! This property belongs to a wizard whose power brings down hawks and crows from the sky. Touch this house at your peril. Sgd. Wizard of the Crow”

The author, Professor Ngugi wa Thiong’o is a master of satire who once wrote an entire novel, "The Devil on the Cross" on toilet paper while in detention in Kenya. Power blackout is a hellish experience. For the nation to profit from it there is need to kill the jinx once and for all and nail the Devil on the Cross.

Sometimes life is like a novel and TANESCO and the entire ministry of energy and minerals have helped us write one. I can only hope that some smart guy will make money out of it but please give us electricity.

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Magufuli: Barabara za juu zimeanza kujengwa Dar




wadau walio bongo kazi imeanza kweli?



Serikali imeanza ujenzi wa barabara za juu (flyover), lengo likiwa ni kupunguza msongamano wa magari katika Jiji la Dar es Salaam.

Mpango huo wa kupunguza msongamano huo ambao umekuwa ukisababisha kero kubwa kwa wakazi wa Jiji ulitangazwa na Waziri wa Ujenzi, Dk. John Magufuli, wakati akisoma hotuba ya makadirio ya matumizi ya wizara hiyo kwa mwaka wa fedha wa 2011/2012.

Waziri Magufuli aliliambia Bunge kuwa usanifu wa barabara ya juu ya Tazara, ulianza Juni mwaka huu kwa ufadhili wa Shirika la Maendeleo la Japan (Jica). Kadhalika, Dk. Magufuli alisema kuwa serikali imepeleka maombi kwa serikali ya Japan kupitia JICA ili kusaidia ujenzi wa barabara hizo.

BABABARA ZA KUUNGANISHA JIJI

Kwa upande wa barabara za chini, Dk. Magufuli alisema katika mwaka wa fedha huo, serikali itajenga na kukarabati mitandao ya barabara katika Jiji la Dar es Salaam ikiwa ni jitihada za kupunguza msongamano wa magari. Alizitaja barabara zitakazohusika katika mpango huo kuwa ni Ubungo Bus Terminal-Mabibo hadi Kigogo Roundabout yenye urefu wa kilomita 6.4.

Kwa kujibu wa Dk. Magufuli, kazi ya ujenzi wa barabara hiyo inaendelea na utekelezaji wake umefikia asilimia 75.

Dk. Magufuli alisema pia barabara ya Kigogo Roundabout hadi bonde la Msimbazi-Twiga /Msimbazi Junction yenye urefu wa kilomita 2.7 inaendelea kujengwa na utekelezaji wake umefikia asilimia 42.

Waziri Magufuli alisema kuwa barabara nyingine katika mpango huo ni ya Tabata Dampo-Kigogo-Ubungo Maziwa External yenye urefu wa kilomita 2.5 na kuongeza kuwa kazi ya usanifu wa barabara hiyo imekamilika na hatua inayofuata ni kutafuta fedha kwa ajili ya ujenzi wake.

Aidha, alisema barabara ya Old Bagamoyo hadi Garden Road yenye urefu wa kilomita 9.1 ipo katika mchakato wa kumpata mhandisi mshauri kwa ajili ya usanifu unaoendelea wakati barabara ya Jet Corner-Vituka-Davis Corner yenye urefu wa kilomita 10.3 kazi ya ujenzi inaendelea.

Dk. Magufuli alisema pia kazi ya usanifu katika barabara za Mbezi (Morogoro Road)- Maramba Mawili-Kinyerezi-Banana yenye urefu wa kilomita 14, Tegeta-Kibaoni-Wazo-Goba-Mbezi Mwisho yenye urefu wa kilomita 20 na Tangi Bovu–Goba yenye urefu wa kilomita 9, imekamilika na kufafanua kuwa hatua inayofuata ni kutafuta fedha kwa ajili ujenzi wa barabara hizo.

Pia alisema kazi ya usanifu inaendelea na itakamilika katika mwaka 2011/2012 kwa barabara za Kimara Baruti-Msewe-Changanyikeni (Km 2.6 ) na Kimara –Kilungule-External Mandela Road (Km 9).

Hali kadhalika, alisema serikali ipo katika mchakato wa kumpata mkandarasi kwa ajili ya ujenzi wa barabara ya Kimara-Magomeni (kilomita 10.4) na Magomeni–Kivukoni, Kawawa (kilomita 10.5), zitakazotumika na Mradi wa Mabasi yaendao Kasi (DART).

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Korea to fund construction of new MUHAS campus

The South Korean government will support the construction of a new campus of Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) and its medical centre, set to begin in May, next year, in Mloganzila Kwembe area on the outskirts of Dar es Salaam.

Muhas vice-chancellor Prof Kisali Pallangyo said on Wednesday that the Korean government had already extended to the government of Tanzania, through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, a loan of USD 76 million for the purpose.

The Don, who was briefing journalists on the progress of the plan to put up the new campus, said construction works would be done in two phases and was expected to take two years.

Giving more details, he said the first phase would include construction of structures while the second one would be used to fix equipment.

“Our partners, the Koreans, have already given us money for the project, and they are ready to continue supporting us until the completion of the project. The aim of this project is to solve the shortage of health workers in the country,” he said.

Prof Pallangyo said the new campus would enroll 600 medicine students per year. Currently, it enrolls 200 students only. He added that implementation of the project would help the institution introduce additional health sciences courses in the areas of dentistry, pharmacy and nursing.

He clarified that the construction of a new medical centre at Mloganzila won’t affect medical services currently provide at the Muhimbili National Hospital because it would run independently, including recruiting its own staff.

The Don said the university administration had already set a plan to employ more that 500 new staff and purchase 600 beds for the proposed centre.

He said once completed, the project would address the severe shortages of human resource for the health sector in the country. “We are expecting to construct a modern medical center that will enable students do their practical studies at the campus,” he said.

For his part, Korean Ambassador to Tanzania Young- Hoon Kim said his government was committed to support three areas in developing countries, namely health, education and agricultural sector.

Kim said supporting the construction of a new medical centre and the expansion programme of Muhas was part of Seoul’s commitments to Tanzania.

“We are to happy continuing with our partnership with the government of Tanzania whereby my government will continue providing support in development matters,” he said.

The envoy said apart from supporting Muhas, his country had already built a number of dispensaries in both mainland and Zanzibar. He said they had also constructed maternal wards at different hospitals.

Muhas director of planning and development for the new Muhas campus project Dr Appolinary Kamuhabwa said a total of 1,889 Kwembe residents had already been paid compensation to pave the way for the project.

He added that the remaining 618 residents would be paid once the compensation processes were completed by the Ministry of Lands and Human Settlement Development.

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
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