October 18, 2011

Mauaji ya Mchina - polisi yakamata watatu



POLICE in Dar es Salaam Special Zone are holding three suspects in connection with the killing of Ms Zhu Jinfeng, a Chinese investor who was ambushed by armed robbers at Kurasini on October 11, 2011 and died the same day of gun wounds at the Muhimbili National Hospital.

 Special Police Zone Commander Mr Suleiman Kova, told a press conference that the suspects alleged to have helped the armed robbers ambush and ransack the house of the Chinese investor were arrested in the city.

 "The arrested suspects will help us in our investigations to catch the perpetrators of the crime," noted Mr Kova.

 The deceased was the wife of Chairman of the Chinese Business Chamber in Tanzania, Mr Zhu Jinfeng.

 However, Mr Kova refused to disclose the names of the suspects, saying it would disrupt investigations.
 Source: Daily News

Huu ni ukatili ni unyama, si ubinadamu hata kidogo, tuukemee!

Mbunge wa Viti Maalumu, Al-Shaymaa Kwegyir akiangua kilio baada ya kumuona kijana Robert Tangawizi (14) ambaye ni mlemavu wa ngozi (albino) alivyojeruhiwa mkono wa kushoto na kisha kunyofolewa vidole vitatu vya mkono wa kushoto, wakati alipomtembelea hospitalini Geita mkoani Mwanza. (Picha na David Azaria).

WINNERS Boulevard.: Biashara ya Masoko ya Mtandao

WINNERS Boulevard.: Biashara ya Masoko ya Mtandao: Fikiria kama ungekuwa walipwa kwa kila ushauri wa kutumia huduma ama bidhaa ya kampuni au shirika fulani, ungekuwa wapi leo hii kimapato? ...

Pic of the day!


Mke wa Rais Mama Salma Kikwete akimfariji mtoto wa marehemu Han Bing wakati wa ibada ya kumuaga iliyofanyika Dar es Salaam. Oktoba 11, majambazi yalimuua Han kwa risasi na kumpora sh milioni 30 alizokuwanazo kwenye gari.(Picha na Mwanakombo Jumaa)

Babu wa Loliondo aibuka tena!


  • Adai kutafurika tena kama mwanzo
  • pia adai kuwa anahujumiwa. 



Mchungaji Masapila alisema bado anaoneshwa kuna watu watafurika tena Samunge kama ilivyokuwa awali.

"Hata mwanzo nilikuwa nawaeleza watu hapa kuwa wataona magari na mamia ya watu Samunge hawakuamini na wakaona pia wataona tena,"alisema Masapila.Hata hivyo, hakufafanua ni lini watu hao watafurika Samunge na watakwenda kutibiwa magonjwa gani.


Anunua magari ya kusaidia tiba akamilisha ujenzi wa nyumba yake.Katika kuhakikisha tiba ambayo inatoa inaendelea kuwa endelevu, Mchungaji Masapila amenunua gari aina ya Isuzu na Toyota Landcrusser kwa ajili ya kufuata dawa porini."Ni kweli nimenunua magari mawili ili yatoe huduma kwa kuwa siku hizi dawa zinapatikana mbali,"alisema Masapila.



Mchungaji Masapila ameishukuru Serikali kwa kuendelea kumuunga mkono na kumpa ulinzi jambo ambalo linaendelea kumpa moyo."Naishukuru sana serikali wakati wote wamenipa ushirikiano mkubwa na bado wanaendelea,"alisema Masapila.

Sauti za Busara 2012


The 9th edition of Sauti za Busara music festival takes place in Stone Town, Zanzibar from
 Wed 8 ­ Sun 12 February 2012. 100% LIVE African music under African skies.

 Sauti za Busara (Sounds of Wisdom) brings people together in celebration, with a diverse and delicious mix of music from all over East Africa and beyond.

 Opening the festival will be the island´s largest Carnival Street Parade with beni brass band, ngoma drummers, mwanandege umbrella women, stilt-walkers, capoeira dancers and acrobats.

 Inside the Old Fort, music groups from all around Africa perform daily from 5pm til 1am.
 After sunset, the African Music Film programme kicks in with music videos and clips, documentaries and live concert footage. Local food and drinks, music, jewellery, clothing and handicrafts are close by in the festival marketplace.

Meanwhile, the island is buzzing with a range of Busara Xtra fringe events: ngoma drum and dance performances, fashion shows, dhow races, open­mic sessions, after-parties and open rehearsals of Zanzibar´s oldest taarab orchestras are all arranged by the local community.

Mgonjwa apona uvimbe kwa virutubisho vya Forever


Doctors now recommends FLP Supplements for Fibroid Treatment



Not long ago, a 35-year old housewife walked into a hospital in Festac Town, Lagos. The once lively lady had suddenly become a bundle of worry. After giving births to two beautiful daughters, she was finding it difficult to be pregnant again. The family had gone through thick and thin and now the problem was threatening the marriage. Apart from painful menstruation, she regularly had symptoms of pregnancy: missed periods, swollen breasts and protruding stomach. She had come to this clinic hoping to find a cure.
 

 After physical examination, the doctor recommended that she should go through scan. And then the bubble burst. She had a growth right inside her womb. She had Fibroid.
According to Dr Taiwo Fadeyi, fibroid is not a new disease, but it is a development that is bringing tears into the lives of many women and it is wrecking marriages.

  “Even when surgery is recommended, very few ever get pregnant again. Infact, according to experts, surgery for fibroid could involve the removal of the patient’s womb. It is that bad and the number of carriers is growing. It had no easy cure, that is until now.”

  So, it was a call to arms when, while responding to complaints from its independent distributors on the prevalence of this condition, Forever Living Products Limited, engaged Fadeyi who is versed in the field of clinical sexology, a medical doctor with knowledge in herbal medicine and a marriage counselor.

  Fadeyi described Fibroid as a non-cancerous tissue that is found in the womb of women. “It is a mass which creates a lot of problems for women in terms of fertility, menstrual problems and frequent abdominal pains”.

 According to him, fibroid has become rampant in the Nigerian society due to modern lifestyle. “The causes of fibroid can be traced to the type of lifestyle that our people now live. Such lifestyles cannot be compared with the natural lifestyles of the people of old”, he said. He added: “There are so many things that are bringing in a lot of estrogen into the body systems now, like plastics, pesticides and even the foods and the processes under which we breed animals for consumption”.


  He continued: “Most of these things, including fishes, are bred artificially. So they store those hormones that we are imbibing and that is what is causing some of these problems”.

“You need supplements; they do help and they will continue to help”, Fadeyi assured. “Normally, Forever Living Products and other herbal supplements are holistic things, they go into the body and try to reverse whatever bad that had been done inside the body and they want to do that holistically. That is the way they help,” he said.


  Fadeyi said FLP range of supplements was capable of not only managing the ailment, but they provide permanent cure, recommending supplements like Aloe Vera Gel, Arctic Sea, Aloe Berry Nectar as foundation supplements that could take care of fibroid condition and even help to restore and check re-growth for those who had undergone surgery for the disease.

  “Definitely, a surgery for fibroid is recommended for cases which cannot be managed. In cases of surgery, where you have a patient that is bleeding uncontrollably, or you have a patient who has a big fibroid mass, I will personally suggest surgery for such cases and thereafter they can go back and use these supplements to prevent reoccurrence.”.

 Fadeyi stressed that Forever supplements are natural products which have been accepted all over the world as a check to contamination that today’s living has brought. To those with fibroid, he advised, “for each particular case, I would just normally say, herbal supplements.”


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Hali ya maisha kwa Wabongo kuzidi kuwa ngumu


INFLATION RATE RISE TO 16.8 PERCENT 



THE inflation rate has risen to 16.8 per cent as prices of food and energy hit the ceiling increasing financial strain and making life even harder.

 According to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Monday, the rate has risen sharply from 14.1 per cent in August which is an increase of 2.7 per cent in a single month.

 
NBS also says that inflation on food and non-alcoholic beverages increased to 22.5 per cent from 18.6 in August. The energy index -- fuel, gas and electricity -- rose to 21.7 per cent in September, from 19.2 in August.

 The Bank of Tanzania's (BoT) Director of policy and research, Dr Joe Masawe, told the 'Daily News' that the situation has reached a critical point and that tight monetary policies are expected to be announced before the end of this week.

 "We are very concerned... there are factors we cannot control, but liquidity level in the economy is something we can contain... tight liquidity measures are coming," Dr Masawe said in a telephone interview yesterday.

 He named prices of oil in international markets and those of imports as factors leading to the current inflation but refused to reveal measures to remedy the situation to avoid preempting the governor.

 The director, however, said one of the measures to control excess liquidity was increasing short term government securities. The interest rates of the one year Treasury Bills (T-Bills) went up to 11 per cent in last week's auction.

 "We have to accept (the T-Bills) high interest rates, after all, these are temporary measures as the situation on the ground is not sound," he said.

 However, he said, the measures will be implemented jointly by East African Community (EAC) member states as controlling at individual country level would jeopardize its sustainability due to economic integration.

 "The Central Bank governors in the EAC countries met in Nairobi last week and agreed to tighten cash flow jointly to make them sustainable," Dr Masawe said.

 Uganda has the highest inflation rate at 28.3 per cent followed by Kenya (17.23 per cent) while Rwanda's is the lowest in the region ( 8.8 per cent).

 The exchange and inflation rate regimes had a negative impact on the economy as the BoT, in a span of three months, cancelled the auction of a 5-year bond twice after bidders tendered at a low rate fearing to lose their investments.

 This compelled the Central Bank to increase the one-year T-Bills yield rate to 11.2 per cent up from 9.87 in last Wednesday's auction. The move resulted in oversubscription of the security.

 The 182 days (six-month) bill rate was also elevated to 10 per cent up from 6.77, the 91 days (three-month) one was also hiked to 8.82 up from 5.52 and the 35 days bill remained unchanged at 3.87.

 The Standard Chartered Bank said in its daily commentary: "The results serve to show BoT's changed stance on interest rate towards fighting inflation and the extreme depreciation of the local unit."

 However, due to low yield rate, which is below the inflation rate, the 91 and 182 days bills were undersubscribed by almost 5bn/- each. The central bank wanted 30bn/- for each. The 35 days one was not tendered.

 The Standard Chartered Bank warns: "Demand for the shilling is getting closer to an inevitable clash with decreasing market liquidity that will put upward pressure on the curve."
 SOURCE DAILY NEWS

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