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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

RAIS KIKWETE AANZA ZIARA YA SIKU SITA CHINA

 Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete akiagwa na Mkuu wa Majeshi Jenerali Davis Mwamunyange na Kamanda wa Jeshi la Polisi nchini,IGP Ernest Mangu wakati akiondoka katika Uwanjawa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere jijini Dar es salaam usiku wakuamkia jana tayari kuanza  ziara rasmi ya siku sita katika Jamhuri ya
Watu wa China kwa mwaliko wa Rais Xi Jinping. (PICHA NA IKULU)
Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete akiagwa na Mkuu wa Wilaya ya Ilala Mhe
Raymond Mushi wakati akiondoka katika Uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa
Julius Nyerere jijini Dar es salaam usiku wa kuamkia leo tayari kuanza
ziara rasmi ya siku sita katika Jamhuri ya Watu wa China kwa mwaliko
wa Rais Xi Jinping.
Rais Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete akiagwa na maafisa wa Ubalozi wa China
nchini Tanzanioa  wakati akiondoka katika Uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa
wa Julius Nyerere jijini Dar es salaam usiku wa kuamkia leo tayari
kuanza  ziara rasmi ya siku sita katika Jamhuri ya Watu wa China kwa
mwaliko wa Rais Xi Jinping.

PINDA AZINDUA JARIDA LA FIRST LA KUITANGAZA TANZANIA UGHAIBUNI

 Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo Pinda  akisalimiana na Mwenyekitna Muasisi wa Kampuni ya Invest Africa ya Uingereza, Bw. Robert Hersov kabla ya mazungumzo yao kwenye hoteli ya Savoy,London Oktoba 20, 2014. (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)
 Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo Pinda akitazama Jarida la  First baada ya kukabidhiwa nakala  ya toleo la  jaridai hilo na Muasisi wake, Rupert Goodman  (kulia) kwenye ubalozi wa Tanzania nchini Uingereza uliopo London , Oktoba 21, 2014. Jarida  hilo limesheheni  makala zenye kuinadi Tanzania na vivutio vyake nje ya nchi. (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)


Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo Pinda  akizungumza wakati alipozindua toleo la  Jarida la First lenye makala mbalimbali za kuinadi Tanzania na Vivutio vyake nje ya nchi katika hafla iliyofanyika kwenye ubalozi wa Tanzania nchini Uingereza, Oktoba 22, 2014. Kushoto ni Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Uingereza, Peter Kallaghe  na kulia ni Mwanzilishi wa jarida hilo, Rupert Goodman. (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)

Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo Pinda akisalimiana na baadhi ya watanzania wanaosoma nchini Uingereza kwenye ubalozi wa Tanzania nchini humo uliopo London Oktoba 21, 2014. (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)

Waziri Mkuu, Mizengo Pinda akisalimiana na baadhi ya watanzania wanaosoma nchini Uingereza kwenye ubalozi wa Tanzania nchini humo uliopo London Oktoba 21, 2014. (Picha na Ofisi ya Waziri Mkuu)

South Sudan's SPLM warring factions ink CCM-brokered framework agreement to address confl


Factions of the ruling party in South Sudan, the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement (SPLM), on Monday 20th October, 2014 signed a framework agreement aimed at addressing root causes of the conflict that erupted in mid-December and plunged the country into violent crisis. 

The signing ceremony, held at the Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge in the outskirts of Arusha, was witnessed by the two principal rival leaders - President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny, former vice president and leader of the SPLM-in-Opposition, as well as the SPLM faction of former detainee, who also participated in the talks. 

The Chairman of the Tanzania's  ruling party, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), President Jakaya Kikwete, CCM Secretary General Mr Abdulrahman Kinana, Tanzania Minister for Foreign and Internationa Relations Mr Bernad Membe, and Former Tanzania Vice President and Prime Minister Mr John Samwel Malecela, who chaired the talks, also witnessed the occasion. 

Delegates of the three rival groups of the South Sudanese ruling party met in Arusha from 12th to 18th of this month to try to come up with the framework of the intra-SPLM dialogue which is being facilitated by CCM. 

The framework agreement highlighted preamble, principles, objectives and agenda that will be discussed in the intra-party dialogue. It also included rules of engagement and role of CCM. However, it said the process is distinct from the peace talks which take place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

 "The parties recognize that the Arusha process is essentially an intra-SPLM dialogue and is separate and distinct from the IGAD mediated peace talks among South Sudanese stakeholders. 

"Yet the parties are fully aware that the two processes, although separate, are mutually interdependent and reinforcing,” partly reads a communiqué. 
The document recommits the parties to the principles of democracy, internal democracy especially on matters of decision making, elections, succession and peaceful transfer of power. It further calls for “unity of SPLM as a safeguard against fragmentation of the country along ethnic and regional fault lines.”

 “Initiate measures to stop the war, lead the government and the people of South Sudan towards peace, stability and prosperity,” it further urges. 
Both leaders expressed their commitment to the intra-party dialogue that would reunite the divided historical party. 

The document was signed by senior officials of the rival factions, namely Daniel Awet Akot, Peter Adwok Nyaba and Pagan Amum Okech, representing SPLM in government, SPLM-in-Opposition and SPLM former detainees, respectively. 

The agreement serves as a roadmap for further negotiations in trying to reunite the ruling party and end the war, with guiding principles and objectives for further discussions and possible resolutions The governance crisis within the SPLM gave birth to the 15 December violence which has unfortunately plunged the country into the current national crisis or civil war. 
The intra-party dialogue provides a supplement to the peace talks in Addis Ababa to try and address the root causes of this conflict within the ruling party. 
The framework agreement has also recognized the need to “revitalize, reorganize, strengthen and restore the SPLM to its vision, principles, political direction and core values. 

Analysts say the dialogue, could provide an avenue for progress on key issues, including deep divisions between South Sudanese party leaders, if respected.
CCM Chairman President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete walks to the conference hall with the two principal rival leaders - President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny, former vice president and leader of the SPLM-in-Opposition, ready for the Monday 20th October, 2014 ready for the signing ceremony of the framework agreement aimed at addressing root causes of the South Sudan conflict that erupted in mid-December and plunged the country into violent crisis. 
CCM Chairman President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete leads  to the high table  the two principal rival leaders - President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny former vice president and leader of the SPLM-in-Opposition
CCM Chairman President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and CCM Secretary General Abdulrahman Kinana at  the high table  with  President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny 
Mr Pagan Amum Okech, representing SPLM in government, makes his opening remarks
Part of the conference hall during the ceremony
Former Tanzania Vice President and Prime Minister Mr John Samwel Malecela, who chaired the talks, is introduced
A relaxed atmosphere as the CCM Chairman President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and CCM Secretary General Abdulrahman Kinana engage in pep talks before the start of the proceedings at  the high table  with  President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny as Former Tanzania Vice President and Prime Minister Mr John Samwel Malecela, who chaired the talks
A relaxed atmosphere as the CCM Chairman President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and CCM Secretary General Abdulrahman Kinana engage in pep talks at  the high table  with  President Salva Kiir Mayardiit, Chairman of SPLM in government and Mr. Riek Machar Teny as Former Tanzania Vice President and Prime Minister Mr John Samwel Malecela, who chaired the talks
Mr. Pagan Amum Okiech of  the SPLM-in-Opposition makes his remarks


Mr. Pagan Amum Okiech of  the SPLM-in-Opposition makes his remarks
Mr Daniel Awek Okot of the SPLM-in-Government delivers his statements 
Tanzania Minister for Foreign and Internationa Relations Mr Bernad Membe steers the meeting
CCM Secretary General Mr Abdulrahman Kinana makes his statements

LUNDENGA AMSAFISHA MISS TANZANIA 2014, SITTI MTEMVU KUHUSU UMRI

 Mratibu wa Mashindano ya Miss Tanzania, Hashim Lundenga akionesha cheti halisi cha kuzaliwa cha Miss Tanzania 2014, Sitti Mtemvu (kushoto) wakati wa mkutano na waandishi wa habari, Dar es Salaam jana, ikiwa ni sehemu ya ufafanuzi wa umri wa miss huyo huyo ulioleta utata na sintofahamu kwenye vyombo vya habari. Cheti hicho kilichotlewa na RITA mwaka huu kinaonesha Sitti alizaliwa Mei 31, 1991, Hospitali ya Temeke, Dar es Salaam.
 Lundenga akizungumzia kuhusu taratibu zinazopaswa kufanyika wakati wa kusajili washiriki wa Miss Tanzania, ikiwemo kuwataka kila mmoja kuwapelekea cheti cha kuzaliwa jambo ambalo lilitekelezwa na washiriki wote akiwemo SittiMtemvu (kushoto) Kulia ni Miss Tanznania namba mbili , Lilian Kamazima.







 Sitti Mtemvu akitoka na mamake Mariam Mtemvu baada ya mkutano kumalizika.

Sitti Mtemvu  akiingia kwenye gari lililokuwa linaendeshwa na mamake mzazi, Mariam

WAKULIMA WA ZAO LA SHAYIRI WATEMBELEA KIWANDA CHA KIMEA CHA TBL MOSHI

 MENEJA wa Kiwanda cha Kimea - Moshi, Vitus Mhus akiwaonyesha hatua ya kwanza ya zao la Shayiri linalotumika kutengenezea kimea mahali linapopokelewa kabla ya kuanza kuingizwa kiwandani.Wakulima hao kutoka Vyama Nane vya Ushirika vya wilaya ya Karatu na Monduli mkoani Arusha walitembelea kiwandani hapo hapo juzi ili kujifunza na kujionea zao wanalolima linaandaliwa vipi hadi kutengeneza Kimea
 wakulima wa zao la Shayiri kutoka Vyama Nane vya Ushirka vya wilaya ya Karatu na Monduli mkoani Arusha wakiwa katika picha ya pamoja mara baada ya kusikiliza maelezo namna ya kulima Shayiri yenye ubora kutoka kwa Meneja  Mradi Kilimo cha Shayiri Dk. Basson Bennie. Wakulima hao walifurahia ziara iliyofanywa kwenye Kiwanda cha kuzalisha Kimea kilichopo mjini Moshi ambapo waliahidi kulima Shayiri yenye ubora zaidi katika msimu ujao.
 Meneja Uhusiano wa Kampuni ya Bia nchini (TBL), Edith Mushi akiwapa maendelekezo wakulima wa zao la Shayiri waliotembelea Kiwanda cha kuzalisha Kimea mjini Moshi namna ya kutembelea ndani ya kiwanda ili wajionee namna Shayiri inavyozalishwa na kuwa Kimea.Wakulima hao wanatoka kwenye vyama Nane vya Ushirika vilivypo wilaya ya Karatu na Monduli mkjoani Arusha
 Meneja wa Kiwanda cha Kimea-  Moshi Vitus Mhusi akiwaonyesha wakulima wa Shayiri waliofanya ziara ya kutembelea kiwanda hicho namna uchafu unavyochambuliwa kutoka kwenye Shayiri wanayolima mashambani, ambapo aliwaomba kujitahidi kuhakikisha inakuwa safi wakati wa mavuno.
  Pichani ni Meneja wa Kiwanda cha Kimea kilichopo mjini Moshi akiwaonesha wakulika kutoka Vyama vya Ushirika Nane vya Wilaya ya Karatu na Monduli wanaolima Shayiri namna ambavyo uzalishaji wa kimea unavyofanyika, wakati wa ziara yao.

Meneja wa Kiwanda cha Kimea kilichopo Moshi, Vitus Mhusi akiwaonyesha wakulima wa Shayiri namna Kimea kinavyozalishwa wakati wa ziara yao kiwandani hapo. Vingozi hao wa Vyama vya Ushirika Nane kutoka wiayani Monduli na Karatu mkoani Arusha walitembelea kiwandani hapo kwa leng la kujifunza zaidi namna ya kulima zao la Shayiri lenye ubora zaidi na hata kufikia mahitaji ya kiwanda ya Tani 12,000

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