Category: Habari za Kitaifa

Marekani haina Mpango wowote kuhusu waasi wa Daesh

Marekani haina Mpango wowote kuhusu waasi wa Daesh

Rais wa Marekani Barack Obama amesema alhamisi hii kuwa Nchi yake bado haina Mipango yeyote ya kukabiliana na waasi wa ISIL na kuendelea kufahamisha kuwa uamuzi haujafikiwa kama waruhusu mashambulizi ya anga dhidi ya waasi hao. Obama aliyasema hayo katika mkutano na waandishi wa habari kabla ya mkutano wake na washauri wake wa masuala ya [&hellip

Bosi wa zamani TBS akutwa na hatia apelekwa rumande kwa Miaka Mitatu

Bosi wa zamani TBS akutwa na hatia apelekwa rumande kwa Miaka Mitatu

  Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa zamani wa shirika la viwango Tanzania (TBS) Charles Ekerege amepatikana na hatia na kuhukumiwa kifungo cha miaka mitatu jela amabacho atakitumikia kwa kuunganishwa na kuwa mwaka mmoja. Pamoja na hukumu hiyo Ekerege ametakiwa pia kurudisha kiasi cha shilingi milioni 68 alizosababisha hasara kwa serikali. Bwana ekerege alikuwa anakabiliwa na tuhuma za [&hellip

Iraq: Hatujatoa kinga ya kutoshitakiwa Wamarekani

Iraq: Hatujatoa kinga ya kutoshitakiwa Wamarekani

Baghdad haijaafiki kuwapatia kinga ya kutofikishwa mbele ya vyombo vya mahakama vya Iraq wanajeshi wa Marekani walioko nchini humo. Serikali ya Iraq imepinga madai hayo baada ya ripoti kutoka Wizara ya Ulinzi ya Marekani (Pentagon) kueleza kuwa, Iraq imeihakikishia Washington kwamba, askari wa Marekani hawatakabiliwa na uwezekano wa kushtakiwa katika mahakama za Iraq. Afisa mmoja [&hellip

Mtu mmoja auawa na wengine kujeruhiwa Zanzibar

Mtu mmoja auawa na wengine kujeruhiwa Zanzibar

Habari kutoka visiwani Zanzibar zinaeleza kuwa, mtu mmoja ameuawa na wengine kadhaa kujeruhiwa, kufuatia mripuko wa kitu kinachosadikiwa kuwa ni bomu, uliotokea jana usiku eneo la Darajani visiwani humo. Kwa mujibu wa jeshi la polisi, mripuko huo ulitokea katika eneo la Mji mkongwe baada ya sala ya Isha kwa majira ya Zanzibar na kwamba kwa [&hellip

Act on corrupt public servants, says minister

Government leaders have been challenged to act on the recommendations given by the integrity committees in order to bring to justice all public servants involved in corruption.  The challenge was thrown by the minister in the President’s Office (Good Governance), George Mkuchika when speaking at a regional consultative meeting here yesterday. He said if used [&hellip

Aga Khan to open 30 outreach centres throughout Tanzania

In a bid to support government efforts in improving health and sending services close to wananchi, the Aga Khan Health Service Tanzania (AKHST) plans to open over 30 outreach centres and as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, the hospital will set up free camps for cancer screening, diabetes, blood pressure and kidney ailments. The [&hellip

JK congratulates Queen of Denmark

President Jakaya Kikwete has congratulated Queen Margrethe II of Denmark who turned 74 yesterday. In a statement from the Directorate of Presidential Communication circulated to the media yesterday, the president described relations between Tanzania and Denmark as excellent. “It is my pleasure on behalf of the people and the government of the United Republic of [&hellip

TMA: Pemba, Tanga set for heavy rains this week

Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) has issued an alert for heavy rains in the next two days in Pemba Island and Tanga Region. However Dar es Salaam and Coast regions will only experience normal rains, according to agency. According to TMA, Tanga and Pemba are currently in the rain season but will experience heavy rains on [&hellip

Adverse weather conditions affect fish market, prices up

The ongoing flood in Dar es Salaam and Coast regions as well as other parts of the country is reported to be affecting the supply of fish at the international fish market at Ferry, Dar es Salaam. Because of bad weather, fishermen cannot venture far out to sea as a result the catchment is small [&hellip

Customers to pay for car fuel using M-Pesa

Vodacom Tanzania and Total Tanzania Limited have launched a partnership which will enable motorists to refuel their vehicles and pay via M-Pesa. Speaking at the launch yesterday in Dar es Salaam Vodacom Tanzania External Affairs Manager, Salum Mwalim said the service will benefit Tanzanians as they will no longer need to carry a lot of [&hellip