Revolutie in Tanzania - Magufuli pakt door (vervolg - week 28)

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WEEK 28 2016

MAGUFULI'S WEEK 36

In the news about the miraculous way to prosperity in Tanzania

 

Jul 10th 2016

The newly-appointed District Executive Directors (DEDs) have been directed to present their original academic certificates to the State House while taking an integrity pledge with the Public Ethics Secretariat on Tuesday. Issuing the directives in Dar es Salaam yesterday, the Chief Secretary (CS), Ambassador John Kijazi, said each DED should bring original certificates and not photocopies. The move has been taken as a reminder to the public that strict measures will be taken against any individual who will try to forge certificates to gain access into government employment.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607110094.html (daily news)

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Jul 12th 2016

 

 

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday held talks with Tanzanian President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli on a wide range of issues aimed at boosting ties in the African continent, particularly in the economic sphere.

 

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said his country is willing to provide additional funding to the tune of over 1 trillion/- ($ 500 million) to support priority sectors in Tanzania. Police have warned that people who intend to disrupt the Special CCM National Congress planned for Dodoma late this month would face punitive action.  Mr Modi noted the two countries were working on a number of water projects for 17 cities in Tanzania. "For this, India is considering giving an additional USD 500 million US dollars (over 1 trillion/-) line of concessional credit," he said.

 

The visit by the Indian leader is expected to provide a massive boost to Tanzania's industrialization strategy as the two countries agreed to deepen diplomatic and economic ties in agriculture, food security, trade, natural gas and other vital sectors.

http://m.thehindu.com/news/national/narendra-modis-tanzania-visit/article8831099.ece

 

 

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607110033.html (Daily News)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607130246.html (Daily news)

Jul 12th 2016

The Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Prof Makame Mbarawa has called on Contractors and Engineers in the country to educate themselves thoroughly on the new system for Civil (Roads and Bridge) construction contracts, where the government will verify services found along the road. The New system which is currently being employed by developed countries will enable the contractor in the country to build roads through long term contracts where the contractor will be paid according to the outcome

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607120590.html (Daily news)

Jul 12th 2016

Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe said yesterday that at least 30 people have been sentenced to death after they were found guilty of murdering elders and people with albinism.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607120591.html (Daily news)

Jul 13th 2016

The Deputy Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlement Development, Ms Angelina Mabula, said yesterday that the government is looking forward to establish an authority that will oversee and regulate all operations in the real estate sector.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607130019.html (Daily news)

Jul 13th 2016

Analyse: Tanzania’s new president promises to shake things up. The economy is among the fastest growing in Africa, but big challenges lie ahead The new president, accused by opponents of authoritarian tendencies, will have to institutionalise change rather than take on everything himself. If the new government can rationalise the business environment, Tanzania — stable, economically diversified and growing quickly — is ripe for further investment. If corruption is tackled, this country has tremendous potential.

PDF version: http://im.ft-static.com/content/images/5233c230-47c6-11e6-8d68-72e9211e86ab.pdf

https://next.ft.com/content/e67b0afc-41c7-11e6-9b66-0712b3873ae1

Jul 14th 2016

The government has annulled the registration of a total of 473 newspapers and magazines for being inactive for three consecutive years. The newspapers had been deregistered through public notice published in a government gazette dated June 10, 2016, number 195 (Supplement No. 23). Tanzania has a total of 881 legally registered newspapers and magazines.

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607140110.html (Daily news)

Jul 14th 2016

The Prevention and Combatting of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) in Kilimanjaro Region has warned journalists who engage in corrupt practices to refrain from the practice forthwith. He said there are about six cases involving journalists who move from place to place demanding bribes from sources so as to write positive stories and stop the negative ones against some people and institutions. (Note: before Magufuli it was common practice to demand bribes for writing articles)

http://allafrica.com/stories/201607140844.html (Daily News)

Jul 15th 2016

Another, over 300 Ghost Workers Deleted From Payroll in Morogoro — A seven-man team has identified 315 ghost workers in the region who have reportedly caused the government a total loss of Sh2.2 billion. ($ 1 million)

 

https://next.ft.com/content/0e8b56ee-41ca-11e6-9b66-0712b3873ae1 (The Citizen)

Jul 15th 2016

Government has nabbed a number of electronic devices used for producing fake documents, including Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) receipts. Other dubious documents that have been impounded include residence permits for foreigners, motorcycle permits, secondary school and marriage certificates. Others are Kampala University certificates, police report forms, birth certificates and various government receipts and boxes of car insurance stickers that were being transported to Tanga.

https://next.ft.com/content/0e8b56ee-41ca-11e6-9b66-0712b3873ae1 (The Citizen)

Jul 15th 2016

Senior secondary schools in Tanzania are to get internet access points to complement the e-schools project for 2 years. The access points will be provided by telecom giant, Tigo. Tanzania’s ministry of communication, Works and Infrastructure signed and MOU with Tigo to that effect. It is the first time the Tanzanian government and a mobile network operator will be cooperating on an ICT project on a large scale.

http://www.africanews.com/2016/07/14/tanzania-s-secondary-schools-to-get-access-points-in-boost-for-e-schools-project/

 

 

 


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