Revolutie in Tanzania - Magufuli pakt door (vervolg - week 24)

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WEEK 24 2016

MAGUFULI'S WEEK 32

In the news about the miraculous way to prosperity in Tanzania

 

Jun 12th 2016

Interesting call against corruption: Are Tanzanians fed up living with FRAUD and CORRUPTION? TUMECHOKA !! We are tired of suffering! Enough is enough! Of course we want to know everything about FRAUD and CORRUPTION scandals because we want to see JUSTICE done to those who are caught!  After all, the more who are exposed, the more who are caught, the more who are punished, the LESS will try in the future.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606120311.html (Tanzania business ethics)

Jun 12th 2016

According to the premier, primary and secondary schools in the country is facing a shortage of over 3,000,000 desks with primary schools having a shortage of 2,800,000 while 200,000 desks are needed in secondary schools.

Performance of government leaders at various levels would be assessed based on how they implement orders of the government towards easing shortage of desks in primary and secondary schools in the country, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has said. In addition, the premier directed the government leaders including education officers and head- teachers in both primary and secondary schools in the country to ensure that funds which are raised are spent on the required purpose.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606130958.html (Daily news 12-6-16)

Jun 14th 2016

Analyse: The 2016/17 national budget on 8 June was the first for President Dr John Magufuli's administration and may be the most important austerity budget more than ever before tabled in the National Assembly of Tanzania. During the pre-budget consultations, lawmakers, economists, civic groups and other stakeholders, including the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) and the Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI), shared great ideas about the 2016/17 budget. The unalloyed truth is that Dr Magufuli's administration just couldn't adopt all the ideas at once. That's exactly why the national budget is the most crucial economic policy instrument for any government to make compromises and reach an accord on spending priorities.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606140116.html (Daily News)

Jun 14th 2016

Newly appointed Home Affairs minister Mwigulu Nchemba has declared war on drug cartels and criminals in the country. Speaking shortly after taking oath of office at State House in Dar es Salaam on Monday, Mr Nchemba said criminals should now look for other means of livelihood. He replaces, Charles Kitwanga who was sacked last month and called upon drug dealers to start looking for legal businesses as the government was not ready to keep the lives of youth at risk.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606140107.html (The Citizen)

Jun 14th 2016

Alliance for Change (ACT-Wazalendo) party leader Zitto Kabwe on Monday warned that Dr John Magufuli risked being a one-term president if his government continues to exhibit "dictatorial tendencies" The firebrand opposition politician queried why the Head of State had remained silent amid continued police harassment of opposition leaders and a crackdown on their meetings and other democratic activities countrywide.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606140099.html (The Citizen)

Jun 14th 2016

The Tanzania national budget which was tabled on Wednesday last week in Dodoma that cemented President John Magufuli’s cost cutting measures has drawn mixed feelings including the criticism from stakeholders despite that it settles within the common sources of revenue, this paper can reliably report. “The government should now expand its sources of revenue in order to attract more Tanzanians to become taxpayers whether they are large or small, this eventually will enable the government to reduce the high taxes rates in all discipline.

http://www.busiweek.com/index1.php?Ctp=2&pI=5270&pLv=3&srI=49&spI=27&cI=10

Jun 14th 2016

The Government of Tanzania has confirmed that it will continue to pursue its quest to attain industrial development pursuing this quest in the context of Tanzania Development Vision 2025. This will be done through the putting up of an internationally competitive business environment to make the country an industrial and logistics hub for the Eastern and Central African region. “The Government of Tanzania Government is committed to working with the private sector, current and new investors, to grow the country together and welcomed more European investors to Tanzania.

http://www.busiweek.com/index1.php?Ctp=2&pI=5245&pLv=3&srI=49&spI=27&cI=10

Jun 15th 2016

The Government longing for industrialisation will continue to remain rhetoric as the dream is not reflected in the first budget by the fifth government budget. Mr Zitto Kabwe, the ACT-Wazalendo party leader noted in his analysis that the government has failed, through the budget, to set clear policies which would have reinforced and directed its industrialisation desire. He noted in his analysis that the budget tabled by Finance and Planning Minister, Dr Philip Mpango, has fallen short of explaining how the government plans to realise its industrialisation drive.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606151026.html  (The Citizen)

Jun 15th 2016

Retired President Benjamin Mkapa has challenged scholars to make use of freedom of speech to discuss issues of national interest that impact on socio-economic development instead of confining themselves to blame games. By so doing, Mr Mkapa hinted that the country will be in a better position to find solutions to various problems and make the right decisions.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606150036.html> (Daily News)

Jun 16th 2016

The banking sector has remained sound and stable with levels of capital and liquidity above regulatory requirements. The sector continued to record steady growth with total assets growing by 14.6 per cent to 26.98tri/- at the end of April 2016, compared to 23.55tri/- recorded at the end of April, last year.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606160415.html (Daily news)

Jun 17th 2016

·         Tanzania is among five African economies whose manufacturing sector are key success stories in Africa after outpacing other countries, which started from similar baselines in 2000, according to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).  Tanzania's increased exports in the region included vegetable, tea, fruits and various food items, as well as sisal sacks, plastic bags, cotton and coal, the minister said in his presentation of budget estimates for his ministry for the 2016/2017 financial year.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606170109.html (Daily news)

Jun 17th 2016

AT last the importation of substandard goods in the country that has been costing the nation dearly has got a new drive after the government through the Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) launched a new approach to curb culprits. It is estimated that the government incurs losses of between 540bn/ $ 260 million) and 900bn/, ($ 428)  ( which is around 15 to 25 per cent of the total domestic revenue annually in tax evasions related to counterfeits and substandard goods.

 

At least 50 per cent of goods consumed in Tanzania including drugs, foods, construction materials and other working tools are counterfeit, according to findings of a research commissioned by Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI).

http://www.ippmedia.com/features/war-against-dealers-substandard-products-gain-momentum

 

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606170845.html (The citizen)

 

 

Jun 17th 2016

Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) initial public offer elicited robust investor response after it was oversubscribed by 377 per cent bringing in new challenges on allotment of funds and reimbursement. As predicted, the IPO received an overwhelming response from investors who put up 35.77bn/-, almost five times the amount earmarked of 8.25bn/-, including 10 per cent of green shoe.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606170840.html (Daily News)

Jun 17th 2016

Potato growers in the country stand to benefit from a new agreement between Netherlands and Tanzania, targeting to help farmers in the country boost the tubers production as well as being provided with potential market outlets abroad. The Netherlands Minister for Agriculture; Mr Martijn Van Dam and the Tanzania Deputy Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries William Ole Nasha, have just inked a special agreement on potato seed importation requirements as well as launching the Potato Trade Mission.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201606170809.html (Daily news)

 


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