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Thursday, December 29, 2016

JUST THE EVENT NEEDED TO END THE YEAR, AT KING SOLOMON'S HALL NAMANGA DAR ES SALAAM

Utakosaje?Tiketi zinapatikana sasa EATERS POINT Namanga na Masaki. Tiketi za VIP Zimebaki chache. Pia tiketi zitauzwa mlangoni kuanzia saa mbili usiku. Njoo usikilize muziki tofauti na kucheza mpaka usiku mkali
You can't miss this.Tickets are available at EATERS POINT Namanga and Masaki. Limited VIP Tickets. Tickets will also be sold at the door from 8pm. Come and enjoy different varieties of music and dance tour heart out
JOHN KITIME &WAHENGA BAND

JOHN MHINA & THE TANZANITES

TAJ MBARAKA MWINSHEHE


MUSIC MAYDAY ARTISTS

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD?

A lecturer walked into a class room and told all the students that there will be an emergency test...
.He went straight to the black board and wrote the following
the instructions for the test:
1) time is 15mins
2) no copying
3) no cancellation of answers.
He told the students to get ready for two simple test questions
.
Q1) List four of your favourite food.  With great speed the students started writing..

Boy's were writing Ugali, rice, beans, Maandazi, Chapati etc...
The girls were busy writing Hot dogs, pizza, burger, vanilla ice cream etc....
All the ladies were happy until they saw the final question
.
Q2) Explain how to prepare the food you have listed above
.You could see the girl's angry faces as the began cancelling their choices changing answers to tea, coffee and boiled milk

Saturday, December 10, 2016

PRESIDENT JAMMEH OF GAMBIA NOW REJECTS RESULTS


The Gambia’s president Yahya Jammeh has rejected the outcome of last week’s election, which he lost to opposition leader Adama Barrow, and called for a fresh vote. Beaten president had conceded the result to Adama Barrow, but now claims ‘fresh and transparent elections’ are needed.
The announcement made on state TV on Friday throws the future of the West African country into doubt after an unexpected election result that ended Jammeh’s 22-year rule and was widely seen as a moment of democratic hope.
“After a thorough investigation, I have decided to reject the outcome of the recent election. I lament serious and unacceptable abnormalities which have reportedly transpired during the electoral process,” Jammeh said.
o be held “I recommend fresh and transparent elections which will be officiated by a god-fearing and independent electoral commission,” he said.
Human rights groups have accused Jammeh’s government of detaining, torturing and killing his opponents during his rule.
His defiant announcement came after the chair of the country’s new ruling coalition said Jammeh would be prosecuted for his crimes within a year of handing over the reins of government in January.
Soldiers were seen placing sandbags in strategic locations across the capital Banjul, a development that triggered widespread unease among the already-spooked population, who had been panic-buying food before the vote due to fear of unrest.
As the military deployed onto the streets of the tiny nation, the US embassy in Banjul urged the army to continue to show “respect for the rule of law and the outcome of the presidential election.”
“The Gambian people have made a clear choice for change and a new start,” the embassy added.
Opposition spokeswoman Isatou Touray criticised on social media a “violation of democracy” and called for people to “remain calm, lucid, vigilant and not retreat.”
Babatunde Olugboji, deputy programme director at New York-based Human Rights Watch, responded to Jammeh’s U-turn on Friday.
“We are deeply concerned by reports of belated objections to the Gambian election results raised by President Jammeh,” he said.
“The international community, notably Ecowas [the Economic Community of West African States] and the African Union, should loudly protest against any unlawful attempt to subvert the will of the Gambian people.”
He also reiterated analysis his group had issued immediately after the election defeat: “Given the Jammeh government’s past record of intimidating and targeting perceived opponents, the transition period also carries risks.
“It is essential that during the political transition Gambian security forces continue to show respect for human rights and the rule of law.”
Jammeh’s defeat sparked wild celebrations last week. But some people also said at the time that they doubted he would accept he had been beaten.
Official election results from the electoral commission gave Barrow, a property developer who once worked as a security guard at retailer Argos in London, 45.5% of the vote against Jammeh’s 36.7%.
Barrow is set to take over in late January following a transition period, but Jammeh is likely to make strenuous efforts to ensure that does not happen.

Friday, December 9, 2016

TODAY IS INDEPENDENCE DAY LETS TURN BACK THE CLOCK IN PICTURES

IRINGA 1964

MZEE RASHID KAWAWA AND OTHER LEADERS ENJOYING A DANCE

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PICTURE FROM A POSTER IN EARLY 60S

OSCAR KAMBONA

NKHRUMAH STREET DAR ES SALAAM


MUSOMA


RASHID KAWAWA

KILIMANJARO HOTEL

TEA FOR EXPORT

YOUNG MWALIMU




CCM MAKAO MAKUU


BUKOBA



ARUSHA

SOKOINE

AMIR JAMAL


MPWAPWA

KOROGWE HOTEL

UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM

LINDI SECONDARY

TZ NEWSPAPERS 9TH DECEMBER 2016














Thursday, December 8, 2016

NEVER MIND SIR

James was  in a sweat because he had an important meeting and couldn't find a parking place, he looked up towards heaven and said "Lord, take pity on me, if you find me a parking place I will go to church every sunday for the rest of my life" miraculously, a parking place appeared. James looked up again and said "Lord.......................................... never mind, I have found one,"

OVERVIEW OF TANZANIAN NEWSPAPERS 8TH DEC 2016