Sunday, May 26, 2019

How To Get Out With Family For Ftari

How To Get Out With Family For Ftari

Get time to rejoice with your family during Ramadhan can be a challenge.  If you think about the time you work, the time of the departure, the time of the whole night worship, you may think that you have little time for the family.  But, this month is a very important month to spend time with them, It is a time that unites the family with their God.

In celebrating this month with the family, you can decide to expel them for changing the environment and eating a different dietary diet with the new ones.  It is also a good spark for resting the recipients every day.  If you would like this, then it is important to consider the following:

1. Choose Location / Restaurant for Family Friend

When choosing a place to get a family and family, it is important to consider the potential of the restaurant to serve the whole family.  Consider items such as distance, noise, service, cleanliness, cooks and n.k.  Also some parts may have a few tables to serve only a few people at a time, so it is important to know before you arrive in order to avoid disruption.

2. Make a Booking

Once you decide where you want to go, call the restaurant and make a booking for the family.  You can find the phone numbers you want in the Zoom Tanzania.  Contact them to inform the number of family members you will be there, and to let them know if there is a type of posture you choose to be prepared.  For example, there are some restaurants with a small table and cannot serve a table of 10 people at the same time.  But there are some restaurants can connect the table or put in a close table.  If you communicate with the staff before and when you get married then it is easy to make a reserve.

3. Know the List and Prices of Foods Prepared

Unlike some restaurants that sell some kind of food, eg Pizza, chicken etc, some restaurants and hotels have a special meal this month of Ramadan.  Many have a free selection menu (Buffet) for a channel.  The buffet menu typically consists of a mixture such as porridge, tea, milk - then meals such as beans, potatoes, cassava, cassava, poultry chicken.  You can call for this month's Ramadhan menu or watch online.

4. Make sure you arrive on time

Normally family members, relatives and relatives are not easy.  During this month of Ramadan, each family member may be on his side, or there may be a plan to meet at home and leave together.  If so, it is good to get to the scene in time and together.  Imagine, if you have put an order of 8 people, then 6 people have come to the time of cancellation, there is a great inconvenience to wait.  It is important that you plan to provide your family with sure that all people arrive on time.  Also, if you come out together, it is good to consider the bugs as a queue, for major cities such as Dar es Salaam.

5. Be Patient

This season of Ramadhan, restaurants and many places of food have a lot of people especially when it is abolished.  This leads to sometimes decreasing foods or a slight delay due to quantity and size of orders.  It is very important to consider this especially when you come out with your family to eat.  Acknowledge that if you know when you are on your head or food and it is too late.
How to Be Strong during Ramadhan

How to Be Strong during Ramadhan

During the month of Ramadan - all Muslims in the world unite to fulfill the 9th month of the Islamic calendar, as a month of fasting.  It is important for all people involved to install this month, to consider and maintain health and nutrition when implementing this service.  These are some of the extracts that will make you strong and healthy during this glorious month

1. Don't skip "Daku" during Ramadan

If any breakfast is important in the dietary part of the day, Daku (food eaten before sunrise) is a very important meal during this month.  It helps your body to stay with water, energy and essential nutrients for the whole day until the fume.  This food will also prevent you from eating too much when you open your dinner in the evening.  A good diet can include - Foods containing starchy foods, fiber, fiber, vegetables, and foods containing proteins such as eggs, cheese, meat or fish - these are all for a strong body  and water during the day

2. Minimize Sugar and Industrial Products

Avoid fast foods, fast food, which are made from fat, sugar and starch.  These foods have very little nutrients.  Also avoid foods that are cooked and so much fat.  If these foods are inevitable, then you can try to reduce your fuel consumption.

3. Include Fruit and Vegetables in the Meal

Fruits and vegetables are important when eating, and it is a good alternative to the sweet delicacies that are eaten during Ramadan.  Some fruits and vegetables have plenty of water, eg cucumbers, oranges and watermelons, and.  If you eat this fruit at a time or after a discharge can make you have enough water in the body until tomorrow.

4. Eat Futari Slowly and Don't Eat Food

Although it is tempting to eat until you go out of the day because of hunger all day long, remember that you have to start slowly.  You can start with a tent or a little water before eating a full meal.  Tenders are credited with their ability to strengthen the body and also to develop a food system for the next meal.  After that, you can follow with something of fire - eg porridge, milk, tea or soup.  Remember that you should be slow to give the body time to digest the food.

5. Beware of Water and Avoid Alcohol

Although you may feel the stomach is very full during a dietary dinner with Daku, do not ignore drinking water for its importance.  Drink at least 4-8 glasses of water per day.  Use liquids or water-containing fluids for a period of futility and daku.  Be careful and avoid foods that contain too much sugar and caffeine - they contain stimulants that lead to excessive body fluids.  It is advisable to stop or use just a few drinks like tea, coffee, soda etc.
How To Write Good Business Proposals | Msesetz.com

How To Write Good Business Proposals | Msesetz.com

When writing a business proposal, you need to know one thing that the structure of the proposal is not more important than what is written inside.  So be careful to write a non-combustible proposal, which impresses the reader with an easy to understand.

Although a well-organized business proposal is necessary to support you when you submit it, remember to consider the three elements: Summary, Budget and the entire Group of Brahsra you recommend.  This is what will make the audience pay attention to your suggestion.

These are important tips that can help you write a good business proposal.

1.Describe Your idea Well

When organizing a business proposal you want someone to add, you must explain the business idea clearly.  If it's a problem-solving business, then describe the problem and how the idea will solve the problem.  Describe how this idea happened to be able to read the hearts of readers, taking into account the sensory things.  An attempt to find out if your idea is clear is to ask those around you or your friends if they understand it.

2. Describe Vision of your idea.

Each proposal has certain goals.  .  Describe short and long-term goals of the proposal.  .  It is very important to explain this because investors will want to know your business goals and what they can rely on from their investment.

3. Show by Statistics

Your business proposal should also define the potential benefits that the investor will receive.  This is a very interesting part, investors then make important decisions.  So make sure you are accurate, realistic and easily understandable data.

4. Describe the Criterion for Success

The criteria you will use to show success are important, and it is the main axis of your business idea.  Describe what achievements have been achieved.  Check out the profitability rates, the team's teamwork, market size, so on.  Critical criteria impress the investor to look at his business proposal.

 5. Budget

Finally, budget your budget.  How much do you need to make your business successful for the specified period?  Remember to compare the value of capital against the size of the project prospects or business you recommend.  The project result or business you recommend is based on investment.

For those quotations there, now you can create your business proposal and make it interesting to read, and increase the opportunity to be accepted by investors.  If you see that you provide a lot of details that can contain too many pages, try to put the key points in a summary summary, and so it will be more easily understood.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Assistant Director of Operations at SHARE TANZANIA

Assistant Director of Operations at SHARE TANZANIA

Job Description
About Share Tanzania
Founded in 2012, Share Tanzania is a Tanzanian registered NGO caring full-time for over 100 children and supporting over 1000 local children and families in the community. The NGO is located in the village of Uchira and the nearby town of Moshi, spread across several sites. Our NGO employs over 100 staff in a wide variety of roles, and our goal is to alleviate poverty and improve the lives of vulnerable children living in the area.
The Assistant Director of Operations will have full responsibility for all facets of the NGO’s operation in Tanzania. This leadership position will be an interesting and varied role; and it will require excellent people management skills, an ability to operate independently, and a drive to fully own the responsibility of leading a rapidly growing organisation. In addition, the role requires someone to have a compassionate attitude, and to develop an affinity with our ethos and goals.
In this position you will:

  • Oversee the office functions, including HR, Accounting and Donation Management - and supervise the leaders of each department.
  • Oversee the social work and outreach functions
  • Oversee the homes for children with special needs, formerly street-involved children, and our orphanage.
  • Oversee the Kilimanjaro Animal Rescue
  • Work with the Executive Director to link fundraising with identified children needing our support
  • Monitor continuous improvement within all areas of the organisation
  • Develop and maintain staff development and training initiatives
  • Liaise with external Tanzanian authorities where required
  • Implement the strategy and goals of the NGO as set out by our Founder/Executive Director.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • 10+ years of working in a professional environment
  • At least 5 years’ experience in management in a professional environment - whereby the management level entailed direct management responsibilities for direct reports
  • Proven experience of being able to take full ownership of substantial responsibility
  • Experience and ability to manage budgets and cost control
  • Proven ability to manage different and varied projects effectively
  • Ability to lead, motivate, and influence others to achieve objectives in a team-based environment
  • The role is extremely varied, so we are not limiting applicants with NGO experience. However, we can only consider applicants who can prove they have the skills and experience we require. The selection process may be spread across several interviews and include a requirement to complete a Leadership Psychometric test.

Interested applicants please send a CV and covering letter explaining why you are interested in the role and why you feel you are a suitable candidate, to enquiries@sharetanzania.com
You can find the link to the Job Summary, Expectations, and Qualifications here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WxYfbGJxEPnYq8L1N70Uckqq736ZD4ECViuvegk16VA/edit?usp=sharing
Majina Ya Nyongeza Form Six JKT SELECTIONS 2019

Majina Ya Nyongeza Form Six JKT SELECTIONS 2019

JKT Kwa Mujibu wa sheria 2019 |  www.jkt.go.tz | JKT kwa mujibu awamu ya pili |Nyongeza ya Majina JKT 2019

Additional List of Form six Students Selected To Join JKT National Service.

National Service was established on 10th July 1963 emanating from the ideas of the Father of the Nation, the late President Julius K Nyerere who once said ” National Service is the demand made by the Nation on youth and youth response in fulfilling their duty in building the Nation”.

The National Service was established by the National Service Act to bring together the youths of Tanzania for the following purpose:

Work together in order to build the sense of nationalism.Develop cultural and sociological awareness.Provide skills, build economic independency, and reduce unemployment.Train and develop the youth for national service and assist the government during natural disasters and calamities.Build and develop the national economy.Provide military training for national defense.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Majina Ya FORM SIX Kujiunga Na JKT 2019

Majina Ya FORM SIX Kujiunga Na JKT 2019

JKT MUJIBU WA SHERIA 2019 | JKT SELECTIONS 2019 | MAJINA KUJIINGA NA JKT 2019 | VIFAA FORM SIX JKT 2019 | JKT TANZANIA 
The National Building Force (JKT), has selected young secondary school graduates Form Six in 2019, from all schools in Tanzania Mainland to attend JKT training in accordance with the Act.

 In conjunction with the election, JKT has set up a three-month training camp and they should report to the camps from 01 to 07 June 2019.

 Selected youth are set up in JKT Rwamkoma-Mara camps, JKT Msange-Tabora, JKT Ruvu-Pwani, JKT Mpwapwa and JKT Makutupora-Dodoma, JKT Mafinga-Iringa, JKT Mlale-Ruvuma, JKT Mgambo and JKT Maramba-Tanga, JKT Makuyuni-  Arusha, JKT Bulombora, JKT Kanembwa, and JKT Mtabila - Kigoma, JKT Itaka-Songwe, JKT Lua and JKT Milundikwa-Rukwa, JKT Nachingwea-Lindi.

 In addition, physical disabilities are required to report the JKT Ruvu camp in Mlandzi in the Coast region which has facilities to serve the people of the community.

DOWNLOAD NAMES IN PDF FILE HERE

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Nafasi Za Kazi 643 TANESCO Tanzania May 2019

Nafasi Za Kazi 643 TANESCO Tanzania May 2019

New Jobs TANESCO TANZANIA 
Background – TANESCO http://www.tanesco.co.tz
The Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) is focusing on increasing the outreach and service quality of its Energy products for Tanzanian people. Next to its current passion as a leading provider of electricity is to be more efficient customer focused utility for Tanzania and beyond. The Company has the largest electricity generation, transmission and distribution network in Tanzania. In order to reach its goals, the Company will, in the coming years invest
heavily in its generation, transmission and distribution network, its business systems and human capital. TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the under-mentioned posts for Specified Period Employment Contract for the Financial Year commencing 1st July 2019 to 30th June, 2020 in Northern Zone. The zone comprises of Manyara, Kilimanjaro, Tanga and Arusha regions. Specific attributes for the Positions to be filled:

All Candidates must:
❖ Demonstrate impeccable performance track record;
❖ Demonstrate high degree of integrity;
❖ Possess good communication and interpersonal skills;
❖ Be self-driven and capable of working with minimal supervision;
❖ Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines;
❖ Possess knowledge and competency in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) applications.
❖ Possess problem solving skills

Friday, May 17, 2019

Ajira, Elimu, Tanzania Universities Telegram Channel

Ajira, Elimu, Tanzania Universities Telegram Channel

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Telegram is a cloud-based instant messaging and voice over IP service developed by Telegram Messenger LLP, a privately held company registered in London, United Kingdom,founded by the Russian entrepreneur Pavel Durov and his brother Nikolai.Telegram client apps are available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows NT, macOSand Linux.Users can send messages and exchange photos, videos, stickers, audio and files of any type. Click Links Below Join our telegram channel:-
1 AbdulRahman Al-Sumait Memorial University 
2 Aga Khan University
3 Ardhi University 
4 Arusha Technical College
5 Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences
6 Center for Foreign Relations Dar es Salaam 
7 College of African Wildlife Management Mweka
8 College of Business Education Mwanza
9 College of Business Education Dar es Salaam
10 College of Business Education Dodoma
11 Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology
12 Dar Es Salaam Maritime Institute
13 Dar es Salaam University College of Education
14 Eastern Africa Statistical Training Centre 
15 Eastern and Southern African Management Institute
16 Hubert Kairuki Memorial University 
17 Institute of Accountancy Arusha 
18 Institute of Adult Education 
19 Institute of Finance Management 
20 Institute of Finance Management Mwanza
21 Institute of Rural Development Planning 
22 Institute of Rural Development Planning- Lake Zone Centre (MWANZA)
23 Institute of Social Work
24 Institute of Tax Administration 
25 Jordan University College 
26 Karume Institute of Science and Technology
27 Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College 
28 Mbeya University of Science and Technology 
29 Mkwawa University College of Education 
30 Moshi Cooperative University
31 MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation
32 Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
33 Muslim University of Morogoro
34 Mwenge Catholic University
35 Mzumbe University 
36 Mzumbe University (MU), Mbeya College 
37 National Institute of Transport 
38 Open University of Tanzania
39 Ruaha Catholic University
40 Sokoine University of Agriculture
41 St. Augustine University in Tanzania Mbeya Center
42 St. Augustine University of Tanzania
43 St. Augustine University of Tanzania(Arusha Centre)
44 St. Johns University of Tanzania
45 St. Joseph University College of Health and Allied Sciences
46 St. Joseph University in Tanzania Engineering and Technology 
47 State University of Zanzibar
48 Stella Maris Mtwara University College 
49 Tanzania Institute of Accountancy (TIA) Mbeya
50 Tanzania Institute of Accountancy - MWANZA
51 Tanzania Institute of Accountancy - SINGIDA
52 Tanzania Institute of Accountancy DSM
53 Tanzania Public Service College Dar es Salaam Campus
54 Tengeru Institute of Community Development
55 The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy DSM
56 The Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy Zanzibar
57 Tumaini University Makumira 
58 Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College 
59 Unique Academy Dar es Salaam
60 University of Arusha
61 University of Dar es Salaam 
62 University of Dodoma 
63 University of Iringa
64 Water Institute
65 Zanzibar University

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Ajira Tanzania: Cooker/Chef Job At China Railway Seventh Group Co. Ltd (CRSG)  | Ajira Mpya

Ajira Tanzania: Cooker/Chef Job At China Railway Seventh Group Co. Ltd (CRSG) | Ajira Mpya

China Railway Seventh Group Co. Ltd (CRSG) is a civil construction company registered under Contractors Registration Board (CRB) for roads and buildings constructions.

Now is looking for qualified candidates to fill the following job position:-

Job Title:  Cooker/ Chef
Requirements Needed

  • Must Know how to cook Chinese Food
  • Should have more than three ( 3) years working experience with Chinese as a chef/cooker
  • Must have certificate of service from previous Employer
  • Be able to communicate in English language (speak and write)
  • Being ready to work in any of our branches.

Modes of Application

All Interested Candidates May Apply through crsgtzrecruitment@gmail.com or Physical Submission of Applications to Our Head Office located at Mikocheni, Hubert Kairuki St, Plot No. 354 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.     

 Note:  Deadline to receive Applications is 10th June 2019, your applications should include; Application letter, CV, Certificate of service from previous employer and other supporting. 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

TCU Admission Almanac 2019/2020 | Download PDF Here

TCU Admission Almanac 2019/2020 | Download PDF Here

TCU Almanac 2019/2020 | TCU Guidebook 2019/2020TCU Tanzania | TCU Login |  TCU Application | TCU Guidebook | TCU Selections | TCU Scholarships | TCU Vyuo vikuu Tanzania | TCU website | www.tcu.go.tz | TCU Universities Application | TCU Universities | TCU book | TCU University | TCU Guidelines 2019 | TCU Application form | TCU Login account | Application za vyuo 2019 | Selections za Vyuo 2019 | TCU Application 

Procedures
Background and Core Functions
The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) is a body corporate established on the 1st July 2005, under the Universities Act 2005 (Chapter 346 of the Laws of Tanzania) with mandate to recognise, approve, register and accredit Universities operating in Tanzania, and local or foreign University level programmes being offered by registered higher education institutions. It also coordinates the proper functioning of all university institutions in Tanzania so as to foster a harmonised higher education system in the country.

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The Tanzania Commission for Universities succeeded the former Higher Education Accreditation Council (HEAC) which was established in 1995 under the Education Act 1995 with a legal mandate to regulate the establishment and subsequent accreditation of private university institutions in the country. Being limited only to private universities, such mandate was considered unfavourable for the promotion of a viable public-private partnership in higher education as stipulated in the National Higher Education Policy of 1999.

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Therefore, such circumstances prompted the government to establish a harmonized higher education system in the country which led into the establishment of the Tanzania Commission for Universities. In order to ensure such a harmonious higher education system does not compromise institutional peculiarities and autonomy, each University has the legal right to operate under its own charter.

The mandates and core functions of the Commission are provided under section 5(1) of the Universities Act Cap. 346. These functions can be clustered into the following three major areas.

Monday, May 13, 2019

Nafasi 100 Za Kazi Shirika La Umeme Tanzania (TANESCO)

Nafasi 100 Za Kazi Shirika La Umeme Tanzania (TANESCO)


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES –TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT INTERNAL & EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT
Background TANESCO                                           
http://www.tanesco.co.tz
Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is implementing its strategies to increase access and connectivity of its energy services and products for Tanzanians to support the government’s industrialization agenda. The company is currently expanding its business by investing heavily in generation, transmission and distribution network. In line with this, TANESCO now invites applicants who are self-motivated, honest, hardworking and committed individuals to fill the positions under Specified Period Employment terms of Twelve Months Period (12).

SPECIFIC ATTRIBUTES FOR THE POSITIONS TO BE FILLED:
All Candidates must:
  • Demonstrate impeccable performance track record;
  • Demonstrate highest degree of integrity, credibility, and character;
  • Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Be capable of working with minimal supervision;
  • Be capable of delivering excellent results while working under pressure with tight deadlines;
  • Possess knowledge and competency in related field;
Job Position:Electrical Technician – System Operator (30 Posts)

Report To:Grid/Off-Grid Substation Engineer/Supervisors
Working Station:   Grid/Off-Grid Substations

POSITION OBJECTIVE:
Monitoring continuous and reliable flow of electric power supply from generating plants to various places of grid destination and distribution points.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Collect all necessary initial technical data in the daily log sheets and defect register book.
  • Issue permits to works, limitation of access, sanction of test after proper isolation of equipment at switch yard before people start working to ensure highest safety standards are observed and maintained all the times in order to preserve life and property.
  • Maintain close liaison with National Grid Control Centre (NGCC), generating plant stations and other grid substation operators to ensure smooth operation of grid network and restoration of power supply in case of system power failure.
  • Carry out physical inspection of various equipment in substations to ensure faults and other problems are quickly detected, appropriately and timely attended so that continuity of power supply is maintained.
  • Report a day recorded shift events to system control supervisor to ensure the higher authority get informed for record and action.
  • Ensure reliability of power supply to customers, safety of the people and safety of the equipment (i.e., Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Isolators, and compensating equipment such as reactors, capacitors, and SVC etc.)
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
  • Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering or its equivalent from a recognized learning Institution.
  • Certificate of Secondary School education (Form IV and/or VI).
  • Computer knowledge is a must.
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Position:Mechanical Technician – 4 Posts

Reports To:  Mechanical Engineer Working Station:  Kinyerezi I Gas Plant

POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • To ensure smooth operation and maintenance of all electromechanical equipment at the plant
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Performing minor and major maintenance, adjustments and repairs on mechanical equipment.
  • Conducting thorough inspection of generating sets and their accessories and report to maintenance Engineer for any defects and carry out remedies.
  • Ensure company safety rules, standards and regulations are adhered to all the time and proper safe guards are established and maintained to protect the interest of the company in relation to the reliability of plants, the safety of personnel and security of the equipment.
  • Carrying out visual inspection of equipment and instruments and to report any faults and defects.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
  • Ordinary Diploma/Full Technician Certificate in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized Technical Institution.
  • Secondary Certificate of Form IV and/or VI.
  • Minimum of three (3) years relevant working experience in relevant field
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Position:Air Conditioners and Refrigeration Technician – 1 Post

POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • Responsible for carrying out maintenance of chiller plants, refrigerators and air conditions to support power generation activities at the plant.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Execute properly preventive maintenance on HVAC Systems to ensure emergence breakdowns are avoided.
  • Performs all refrigeration and air conditioning duties at the Plant.
  • Also responsible for carrying out installation and testing of new refrigeration system in the power plant.
  • Identify all faults/defects of the chilling and air conditioning equipment and carry out necessary repairs.
  • Continuously advise on the requirement on tools and related equipment focusing in improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Ensure company safety rules, standards and regulations are adhered to all the time and proper safe guards are established and maintained to protect the interest of the company in relation to the reliability of plants, the safety of personnel and security of the equipment.
  • Perform troubleshooting, preventive and predictive maintenance on HVAC Systems.
  • Keeps proper inventory of consumable materials.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
  • Ordinary Technician Diploma/ Full Technician Certificate in Refrigeration and Air condition Engineering from a recognized Technical Institution.
  • Secondary Certificate of Form IV and/or VI.
  • Minimum of three (3) years relevant working experience in relevant field.
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Job Position:Electrical Technician – Transmission Line (02 Posts)

Report To:Regional Manager – Njombe
Working Station:   Makambako

POSITION OBJECTIVE:
  • To ensure that all scheduled activities related to maintenance of transmission lines are carried out effectively and efficiently in order to ensure reliability of power in national grid.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Maintain transmission lines network by conducting routine inspection of all transmission lines to determine and prevents possible faults, eliminate unplanned power outage and ensure reliability of power national grid.
  • Attend all emergency faults occurring in the transmission lines without any delay so as to ensure constant power supply to the grid.
  • Assists Engineer in preparing short and long term plans maintenance schedules.
  • Provide technical support to foremen such that maintenance works are conveniently done in accordance with company standards and instruction.
  • Assist in planning daily maintenance schedules for the transmission lines falling under the respective region transmission Engineer.
  • Prepare periodic transmission lines site works reports within agreed timelines for future reference.
  • Maintain way leaves and demarcations along transmission lines.
  • Conduct rehabilitation of transmission lines in the network.
  • Enhance safety matters in the section to ensure safety to employees, equipment and properties.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Ordinary Diploma in Electrical/Civil Engineering from recognized learning Institute
  • Certificate of Secondary Education (Form IV or VI)
  • Must be computer literate
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5.Job Position:Electrical Technician – 02 Posts

Report To: Electrical EngineerWorking Station: Kinyerezi I Gas Plant
POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • Responsible for execution of all electrical maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Respond promptly to emergence calls during emergence breakdowns to ensure restoration of fault equipment within minimum time possible.
  • Attend the plant Maintenance works as schedule, keep maintenance records, equipment status updating and submit work reports after repairs or preventive maintenance.
  • Ensure all the control cubicles in control room, relay room and entrance building are locked, free from dust and cobwebs on the outside and inside, also make sure all the equipment in these cubicles are in a good order.
  • Reading and interpreting all drawings and manuals necessary for smooth execution of the plants.
  • Execute properly preventive maintenance of electrical equipment in a planned time to ensure emergence breakdowns are avoided.
  • Responsible for going through the defect book in control room and attend defects recorded in the defect book
  • Identify all faults/defects of the equipment and carry out necessary repairs.
  • Also responsible for carrying out installation and testing of new electrical equipment.
  • Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment.
  • Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
Ordinary Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized Technical institution
Certificate of Secondary Education Form IV and/or VI
Computer literacy is  a must

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Job Position: Engineer – Control and Instrumentation – 1 Post

Report To: Principal EngineerWorking Station: Kinyerezi I Gas Plant
POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • Responsible for managing and execution of all Instrumentation and control maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Responsible for designing and developing new control systems, testing, maintaining and modifying existing systems.
  • Responsible for analysing data, troubleshooting for errors and presenting findings in written reports.
  • Managing instrumentation and control operations and maintenances.
  • Respond promptly to emergence calls during emergence breakdowns to ensure restoration of fault equipment within minimum time possible.

  • e)     Plan and Schedule plant Instrumentation and Control system maintenance works, keep maintenance records, equipment status updating.
  • Prepares specifications for instruments, systems (DCS), instrument data sheets and loop diagrams.
  • Interpretes all drawings and manuals necessary for smooth execution of the plants. This incudes interpreting circuit diagrams and instrument detail design on P&ID’s.
  • Execute properly and write computer software, programs and test procedures.
  • Working collaboratively with planning engineers, maintenance engineers, operation engineers, purchasers and other internal staff to for smooth execution of the power plant.
  • Also responsible for supervising installation and testing of new control and measurement instruments.
  • Calibrating instruments and associated equipment.
  • Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment while ensuring quality work standards.
  • Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor Degree in Instrumentation and Control or Electrical and Electronics Engineering from a recognized University.
  • Registered by Engineers Registration Board (ERB)
  • Minimum of 1 year experience in the relevant field
  • Computer literacy is  a must.
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Job Position: Technician – Control And Instrumental – 2 Posts

Report To: Electrical EngineerWorking Station: Kinyerezi I Gas Plant
POSITION OBJECTIVE
  • Responsible for execution of all Instrumentation and control maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Respond promptly to emergence calls during  instruments are in a good order and properly functioning.
  • Reading and interpreting all drawings and manuals necessary for smooth execution of the plants.
  • Execute properly preventive maintenance of instruments and control equipment in a planned time to ensure emergence breakdowns are avoided.
  • Responsible for going through the defect book in control room and attend defects recorded in the defect book
  • Identify all faults/defects of the instrumentation system and carry out necessary repairs.
  • Also responsible for carrying out installation and testing of new control and measurement instruments.
  • Calibrating instruments and associated equipment.
  • Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment.
  • Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
  • Ordinary Diploma in Instrumentation and Control or Electrical and Electronic Engineering/FTC from a recognized Institution
  • Certificate of Secondary Education Form IV or VI
  • Computer literacy is  a must
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Job Position: Artisan – Control and Instrumentation – 2 Posts

Report To: Electrical EngineerWorking Station: Kinyerezi I Gas Plant
JOB PURPOSE
  • Responsible for execution of all Instrumentation and control maintenance works/activities in the Plant with objective of ensuring smooth operational of power generating equipment.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Respond promptly to emergence calls during emergence breakdowns to ensure restoration of fault equipment within minimum time possible.
  • Attend the plant Maintenance works as schedule, keep maintenance records, equipment status updating and submit work reports after repairs or preventive maintenance.
  • Ensure all the instruments are in a good order and properly functioning.
  • Execute properly preventive maintenance of instruments and control equipment in a planned time to ensure emergence breakdowns are avoided.
  • Carry out necessary repairs.
  • Responsible for carrying out installation and testing of new control and measurement instruments.
  • Observe safety regulations when carrying out maintenance duties to ensure no accidents to people and equipment.
  • Maintain and keep in safe custody all equipment and working tools under your jurisdiction
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION & EXPERIENCE
  • Trade Test in Instrumentation and Control or Electrical and Electronic Engineering/FTC from a recognized Institution
  • Certificate of Secondary Education Form IV or VI
  • Computer literacy is  a must.

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Job Position:Artisan – System Operator (15 Posts)

Report To:Grid/Off-Grid Substation Engineer/Supervisors
Working Station:   Grid/Off-Grid Substations

POSITION OBJECTIVE:
  • Monitoring continuous and reliable flow of electric power supply from generating plants to various places of grid destination and distribution points.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:
  • Collect all necessary initial technical data in the daily log sheets and defect register book.
  • Issue permits to work, limitation of access, sanction of test after proper isolation of equipment at switch yard before people start working to ensure highest safety standards are observed and maintained all the times in order to preserve life and property.
  • c)    Maintain close liaison with National Grid Control Centre (NGCC), generating plant stations and other grid substation operators to ensure smooth restoration of power supply in case of system power failure.
  • Report a day recorded shift events to system control supervisor to ensure the higher authority get informed for record and action.
  • Ensure reliability of power supply to customers, safety of the people and safety of the equipment (i.e., Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Isolators, compensating equipment such as reactors, capacitors, SVC etc.)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION
  • Trade Test or its equivalent in Electrical Installation from recognized local vocational training institution
  • Secondary School Certificates – Form IV and/or VI
  • Computer knowledge is a must.
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Job Position:Artisan – Transmission Lines (10 Posts)

Report To:Regional Manager – Njombe
Working Station:   Makambako

POSITION OBJECTIVE
Responsible for proper maintenance of transmission lines in the national grid.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Maintains transmission lines network by carrying out routine inpesction in accordance with Company standards to ensure continuity of service, reliability power in the national grid.
  • Report any unusual findings along transmission lines.
  • Assist in planning daily maintenance schedules for the transmission lines.
  • Assist to prepare periodic reports on transmission lines site works.
  • Maintain way leaves and demarcations along transmission lines.
  • Attend all emergency faults occurring in the transmission lines without delay including transmission lines patrol so as to insure constant power supply to grid.
  • Assist in the rehabilitation of transmission lines including replacement of foundation and line parts.
  • Enhance safety matters in the section at work place to ensure safety to employees, customers and equipment(properties).
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Trade Test or its equivalent qualification in Electrical installation from recognized local Vocational Training Institution.
  • Certificate of Secondary Education (Form IV or VI).
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11. Job Position: Drivers (30 Posts)
Report To: Manager Transport & Inventory/Transport OfficerWorking Station: Head Office/Regions
POSITION OBJECTIVE
Driving and maintaining the Company vehicles as per Company rules, traffic instructions and regulations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Operates assigned vehicle in a safe and courteous manner to ensure safety of the vehicle and passengers.
  • Adhere to Company Transport Policy, Rules and Procedures and maintaining discipline to road traffic laws, rules and signs.
  • Records all routes in a log book in order to monitor fuel consumption.
  • Keeps the assigned vehicle(s) clean inside and outside.
  • Maintain accurate, up-to-date records on trip sheets, transportation forms, vehicle maintenance, incident reports, accident reports, fuel utilization, vehicle condition reports and other records that are requested by management.
  • Performs minor maintenance tasks on assigned vehicle(s) as required.
  • Coordinates the schedule for major or periodic vehicle maintenance with management.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Passed Form IV and/or VI Secondary School education.
  • Valid Driving License Class C/C1/C2/C3 and/or E.
  • Professional Driving Certificate from National Institute of Transport (NIT) & and/or Vocational Education Training Authority (VETA).
  • Trade Test in Automobile Engineering/Mechanics from recognized local institution is an added advantage.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of relevant working experience in a reputable organization.
REMUNERATION
An attractive package will be offered to successful candidates.

MODE OF APPLICATION
  • Qualified and interested candidate may apply by sending a detailed application letter clearly stating why you should be considered for the position and how you will add value to the company.
  • All Applications must be accompanied with a detailed curriculum vitae, copies of relevant certificates, testimonials and contacts of three (3) referees.
  • Application letters should clearly state the candidate’s name, secondary examination index number and year of examination appearing in the attached academic certificates.
  • Women are highly encouraged to apply.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL APPLICANTS:
First appearance is 10 May 2019
  • Deadline for submission of applications is fourteen (14) working days from first appearance.
  • Applicants must include reliable phone numbers for effective communication.
  • All Applicants who will not be invited for an interview should consider themselves unsuccessful.
  • Please note that phone calls or any kind of soliciting for these positions by applicants or relatives will automatically lead to disqualification.
All applications should be sdelivered to:

SENIOR MANAGER – HUMAN RESOURCE,
TANESCO – DAR ES SALAAM OFFICE,
UMEME PARK – UBUNGO,
P. O BOX 9024,
DAR ES SALAAM.
 Acacia says has turned round failing company

Acacia says has turned round failing company

Acacia Mining on Thursday hit back at parent company Barrick Gold Corp’s allegation the miner was an obstacle to solving a long-running tax row in Tanzania.

Barrick CEO Mark Bristow said in a results presentation on Wednesday that Acacia was not cooperating, prompting Acacia to demand clarification from Barrick.

Acacia’s interim Chief Executive Officer Peter Geleta said in an interview that Acacia was “totally committed to achieving a negotiated solution” and laid out what he said was a series of facts.

Acacia had already been in discussion with Tanzania’s government in June 2017 when Barrick intervened without Acacia inviting it, he said.

“Barrick’s intervention at such an early stage of the dispute when Acacia was talking to the government of Tanzania undermined Acacia’s status, put both Acacia and Barrick into a difficult position and added a level of complexity that was unhelpful to an expedient resolution to the dispute. These are the facts and one cannot deny this,” Geleta said.

Acacia has been excluded from the negotiations since Barrick’s intervention, but Geleta said the company was engaging constructively with local, regional and national governments and had turned around “a failing business” in Tanzania.

On Thursday, it announced gold output at its North Mara mine in Tanzania had risen 54 percent from the same time a year ago, helping to drive its share price 3 percent higher.

In its production update, Acacia also said it was seeking clarification from Barrick on Bristow’s comments, “not all of which are consistent with Acacia’s own understanding of the position”.

Barrick had no immediate response on Thursday.

On Wednesday, Bristow said Barrick was “stuck in the middle between Acacia and the government of Tanzania who are in a stand-off”.

“It will be a lot easier if Acacia were more engaging in their discussion,” he also said, adding Barrick, the majority shareholder, was open to buying out Acacia’s minority shareholders, but not at a premium.

Acacia has been caught up in sweeping changes to Tanzania’s mining industry spearheaded by President John Magufuli, who believes his country is not getting its fair share of profits.

The government has accused Acacia of evading taxes for years by under-declaring exports - an allegation dismissed by the company which said in 2017 it had been hit with a $190 billion tax bill

Sunday, May 12, 2019

5 Tallest Buildings In The World

5 Tallest Buildings In The World

I was attracted, I decided to find a list of the tallest buildings in the world.  I longed to get Top 100 Tallest Buildings.
  1. The tallest building in the world is called Burj Khalifa located in Dubai with a height of 828 meters, 169 floors.
  2. The second is called Shanghai Tower located in Shanghai (China) with a height of 632 meters, 128 floors.
  3. The third is called Makkah Royal Clock Tower in Mecca (Saudi Arabia) with a height of 601 meters, 120 floors.
  4. The fourth is called Ping An Finance Center located in Shenzhen (China) with a height of 599.1 meters, 115 floors.
  5. The fifth is called Lotte World Tower in Seoul (South Korea) with a height of 554.5 meters, floors 123.

COUNTRIES WITH TALLEST BUILDINGS

  1. China has the largest buildings in the world, with a total of 49 buildings in the top 100 world, Shenzhen City is leading to many buildings (8 buildings) over 19 cities in China which include 49 tall buildings in the world.
  2. The second country has many tall buildings in the world are Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates), has a total of 21 buildings in the world.
  3. The third country with many high-rise buildings in the world is the United States, with a total of 15 buildings in the world.

Other countries with the tallest buildings The world is Taiwan (2), Vietnam (1), Malaysia (3), Kuwait (1), Russia (3), Thailand (1) and Australia (1).

Major use of these buildings is for Office, Hotel and People's Housing.

Africa has no one building that is top 100, I don't know where we live?

NB: Engineers will help us clarify, there are other buildings that are longest but have few Floors and vice versa, for example: Ping An Finance Center is longer than Lotte World Tower but consists of its floors than Lotte World Tower.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

MUHAS: Names of people Called For Interview on 14th May 2019

MUHAS: Names of people Called For Interview on 14th May 2019

MUHIMBILI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES
SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE ACCOUNTANT II POSITION
The following candidates have been shortlisted for Oral Interviews for Accountant II position that will be held at MUHAS - 24 Hrs Library room 3 on 14th May, 2019. Please come with your Original Academic certificates.

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SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR ORAL INTERVIEWS FOR ACCOUNTANT II POSITION
  1. MARIAM WEGES
  2. NASSORO SAID LIMO
  3. GEORGE G. SILWIMBA
  4. IAN STANLEY P
  5. AMINA ABDUL BADI
  6. KHATIBU N.KHATIBU
  7. HAPPINESS KISANGA
  8. WILLIAM BERNARD
  9. MARCK JOSEPH NGUTA
  10. HAJI A.MAKWELA
  11. MOHAMED S. MTWEVE
  12. MARIA EDWARD
  13. MAYANI B.MAJAMVI
  14. MAHADHI ALLY MAHADHI
  15. HAJRATH ABBASI MANAMBO
  16. HASSAN MSANGI
  17. FIDELIS NGILWA
  18. GEOFREY MLAGA
  19. MWANAISHA SALUM SHOMVI
  20. LEWIS G.DEUS
  21. JEREMIA T.MAHENGE
  22. LILIAN JOTHAM SAUKIWA
 Encouraged to explore opportunities for external exhibitions

Encouraged to explore opportunities for external exhibitions

Multiple crop producers in the country have been encouraged to explore the opportunities available on international brands and to advertise local products on foreign markets.

The Rai has been awarded by the Tanzania Ambassador to China on the International Growth in the World of Agriculture in Beijing and to share countries from all continents in the world.

In the exhibition, Tanzania has a satisfactory representation of six months with 40 entrepreneurs who will be participating in a monthly exchange to six companies participating in the exhibition with cashew products, Cashew and Coffee.

The exhibition was opened last month by President of China, Xi Jinping.

Referring to Tanzania's representation, Ambassador Mbelwa Kairuki said he wished that representation should be greater than it was in the past and encouraged mixed cropping boards to be more likely to be able to replace them.
The media is encouraged to use Kiswahili

The media is encouraged to use Kiswahili

Minister of Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Dr.  Harrison Mwakyembe has warned the media to make sure that they use fluent English in order to not mislead the public because citizens believe whatever they say or present and who will go against it will be taken on the basis of BAKITA's principles.

 He noted that when he was opening the first English International Media Forum organized by the University of Dar Es Salaam, Kigoda of Uprofessa Cha Mwalimu Nyerere in Dar Es Salaam.

Minister Mwakyembe noted that now the Swahili language is available in 10,000 of the 6,000 languages ​​which are widely used and by 2063 it will be the main language in Africa while describing the rise of Media and Control issues.

At the same time he commended four of the eleven people who responded to the call for restructuring advertising contracts with the deaths of Amiri Majuto and Steven Kanumba that had gone against the uniqueness of congratulating AZAM for adding 20,000 million shillings despite being denied.

He noted that while handing over to the deceased deceased chief, Command, Athuman Amri, Major Regions of Shillings 45 million was paid by some companies responded.

 On the side of Kumba already 15,000 million shillings have been given while calling for other companies who have not responded to the call to quickly finish the debt they are charged while the deceased relatives have thanked the Government for helping them get their eligibility.
Yaya Toure retires from football, eyes coaching

Yaya Toure retires from football, eyes coaching

Former Manchester City, Barcelona and Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure has retired from playing and will move into coaching, his agent has said.

The 35-year-old has not played since having his contract at Greek side Olympiakos terminated in December 2018.

He moved to Greece following his release by Manchester City last summer after winning three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups.

"Yaya has decided to end his career as a champion," agent Dimitri Seluk said.

Last month Toure told the BBC he had no immediate plans to retire from football and had not ruled out playing in the Middle East, United States or Asia.

But Seluk said: "The farewell match which Manchester City gave him was, in principle, the real end of his playing career, not only in that team, but in general."

Seluk, who was speaking to Russian website Sport 24 and endorsed the article on his Twitter account, continued: "Yaya is one of the best players in Africa and had one of the brightest careers in the history of African football, so should leave football at its peak.

"Of course every footballer wants to play as long as possible and in terms of his physical condition Yaya could do this at a sufficiently high level for another five years."

The four-time African Footballer of the Year won the Champions League with Barcelona in 2009 before spending eight years with Manchester City, for whom he scored 79 times in 316 appearances including the winner in the 2011 FA Cup final.

He won 101 caps for Ivory Coast and played at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups.

"I'm sure that two years after Yaya gets the Pro coaching licence, he will head one of the serious clubs and achieve great success in the coaching field. Now he has already begun to take steps in this direction," Seluk added.
Facebook 'auto-generated' extremist video

Facebook 'auto-generated' extremist video

Facebook has been accused of "auto-generating" extremist content, including a celebratory jihadist video and a business page for al-Qaeda.

The material was uncovered by an anonymous whistleblower who filed an official complaint to US regulators.

Similar content for self-identified Nazis and white supremacist groups was also found online.

Facebook said it had got better at deleting extreme content but its systems were not perfect.

The whistleblower's study lasted five months and monitored pages of 3,000 people who liked or connected to organisations listed as terrorist groups by the US government.

The study found that groups such as the Islamic State group and al-Qaeda were "openly" active on the social network.

In addition, it found that Facebook's own tools were automatically creating fresh content for the proscribed groups by producing "celebration" and "memories" videos when pages racked up enough views or "likes", or had been active for a certain number of months.

The local business page for al-Qaeda generated by Facebook's tools had 7,410 "likes" and gave the group "valuable data" it could use when recruiting people or seeking out supporters, the complaint said.

On the local business page, Facebook's algorithms populated the page with job descriptions that users put in their profiles. It also copied images, branding and flags used by the group.
Germany to build new military hospital in Tanzania

Germany to build new military hospital in Tanzania

The German government will build a state-of-the-art military hospital in Tanzania's capital, Dodoma, the presidency said on Thursday.

A statement issued by the Directorate Presidential Communication at State House in the commercial capital Dar es Salaam said the construction of the hospital was announced by German Ambassador to Tanzania Detlef Wäechter during talks with President John Magufuli.

The German envoy said the construction of the military hospital was part of the 2021-2024 German aid program to the Tanzania People's Defense Forces, according to the statement.

The statement said the meeting was also attended by a high-level delegation from the German ministries of defense and foreign affairs.

The statement said the German delegation also promised to offer Tanzania medical facilities and train the east African nation's military medical personnel.

In the current Tanzania-Germany army friendship program that started in June 2017 through March 2019, the German government built a state-of-the-art zonal hospital in Monduli, in the northern region of Arusha, the statement said.

President Magufuli thanked the German government for its continued development assistance to Tanzania aimed at improving the welfare of its people.
Kagera and Biashara United stun leaders, Simba and Yanga

Kagera and Biashara United stun leaders, Simba and Yanga

Kagera and Biashara United stun leaders, Simba and Yanga

Defending champions Simba SC and arch-rivals Yanga SC failed to utilize from each other’s failure following defeats to both teams.

Simba SC which tops the league with 81-points were for the fourth consecutive time lost to Kagera Sugar by 1-0 at the Uhuru stadium.

Simba which thrashed Coastal Union to climb top of the table on Wednesday failed to emulate the performance against the 8-position side.

The victory came through own goal conceded by Mohammed Hussein following a deflection of Paul Ngayoma’s cross.

Simba SC goalkeeper, Aishi Manula might be at fault for his movement that led to miss the ball which loosen from Hussein’s control.

Simba strikers which enjoy double hat-trick in a previous match against Coastal Union failed to break the solid defence led by former Msimbazi defender Juma Nyosso with excellent saves from Salum Kipao denying them from every attempt.

In Mara, the home side Biashara United stunned Young Africans with a 1-0 victory thanks to 9-minute shot from Tariq Seif.

Simba stays top of the table with 81 points with six games to play while archrivals are second with 80 with three matches to play.
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Friday, May 10, 2019

UDOM: Call For Innovation Challenge | Deadline 31th May 2019

UDOM: Call For Innovation Challenge | Deadline 31th May 2019

About the Challenge
The University of Dodoma (UDOM) invites all UDOM community members to participate in the first Innovation Challenge which is coordinated by UDOISIC. The challenge will support innovative ideas from all fields which are environmental friendly, simple technology, commercially viable, sustainable and bring solutions to societal problems. It will involve four stages which are innovative ideas submission, screening, pitching and lastly the development of the prototypes. Winners of the Challenge will be mentored and provided with some financial support to develop their prototypes.

Objective of the Challenge
The challenge aims at giving UDOM community a platform to engage in producing creative and innovative ideas which might be solutions to some of the societal problems. Furthermore, it aims to support the vision of the fifth government of attaining to middle economy through industrialization.

Evaluation Criteria
All submitted ideas will undergo screening to get viable ideas which will be invited for the pitching stage. Evaluation criteria is detailed below:
i. Addressing any of SDG (1,2 5 and 9)
ii. Appropriate technology,
iii. Commercial viability,
iv. Environmental friendly,
v. Sustainability and
vi. Scalability

Eligible Applicants
All UDOM students and/or academic staff individually or in groups are eligible to apply.

Application Period
Application window closes on 31st of May, 2019.

Mode of application
Applicants can fill in the application form online by clicking here

Contacts
All inquiries may be directed to UDOISIC heads through 0755 498 126 and 0784 891 291 during work hours.
Ndalichako Attracted  Students of Dar es Salaam International Academy

Ndalichako Attracted Students of Dar es Salaam International Academy

Minister of Education, Science and Technology Prof.  Joyce Ndalichako congratulates the School of Dar es Salaam International Academy for building capacity and recognizing the importance of teaching them and giving them opportunities to learn themselves.

Prof.  Ndalichako gave this compliment to Dar es Salaam when he participated in the five-class pupils at the school where he said the students have been trained to find various information based on the topics given.

“I am pleased to see the Grade 5 pupils show innovation in the social problems as even the topics they look at fit with the current situation that the government has been emphasizing as gender issues, liver disease and Ebola, drugs and Technology,  ”She said.

Minister Ndalichako said in search of the pupils have shown high-quality talent while organizing presentations as they have used networks as well as interviewing people they found necessary to provide them with information that enabled them to complete their presentation for the exhibition.

In addition, Minister Ndalichako has called on teachers to empower and provide students with creativity, confidence and the ability to find various information in learning as Tanzanians are able to do great things but are due to lack of confidence and fear when school is a place where  Such talent can be developed.

“The question of self-esteem is a huge challenge for many Tanzanians, they have the ability, intelligence and talent but they do not believe this is a problem, so we should continue to have such an exhibition that will build up our pupils, confidence, show what they can and do not fear to speak in public,  ”she insisted.

In addition, Minister Ndalichako said that even in public schools such exhibitions are taking place at the secondary school level, which starts at school level, district and peak at national level but they have promised to look at how to begin engaging primary school students as they do  thus it enables them to prepare designers since they are young.

Pointing to the government's strategy to identify and promote innovations in Minister Ndalichako has said through the Commission for Science and Technology that has been used to develop innovations but also has not found it easy for everyone to get to the Commission so it has started the process of establishing at Council level where this year  you have come to look at how well-known designers can be developed.

“Also in our universities there are no exceptions, such as the University of Dar es Salaam, Nelson Mandela, there is a good deal of well-being and they are focused on crops and looking at things that can put poison in the target crop to ensure we increase the scope so that Tanzanian talent can be developed.  , ”She said.

And the Head of the School, Fawzya Hirji said the school has set itself to ensure that there is cooperation between teachers, students and parents in enabling these students to be creative, confident and using networks to find various information that gives them knowledge of the world.
Ndalichako Congrats UDSM

Ndalichako Congrats UDSM

Minister of Education, Science and Technology Prof.  Joyce Ndalichako congratulates the University of Dar es Salaam for allocating one billion shillings in its 2019/20 budget for opportunities for lecturers and students to develop research

Minister Ndalichako gave this compliment in Dar es Salaam when he celebrated the fifth week of the University of Dar es Salaam Research Week where he said research has contributed to the growth of Science, Technology and Innovation.

Prof.  Ndalichako said the Fifth Phase government is committed to building a industrial economy aimed at ensuring that there are industries that are used to produce products and provide services to the Tanzanian community and help increase youth employment.

“The Government through the Science and Technology Commission provided eight Tanzanian Institutions to the amount of Tshs. 3 billion and two hundred million shillings while Zanzibari Tshs.  to make a strong contribution to our country's industrial operation for the purpose of strengthening our country's economy ”She emphasized Minister Ndalichako.

Commenting on the Minister's Research Week Minister Ndalichako says it gives stakeholders the research and innovative platform to know the types of research activities being conducted;  what part there are gaps and challenges;  and what strategic plans are needed to bridge the gaps and solve the challenges identified.

"As a nation, we have a great responsibility and many opportunities to use research, innovation and entrepreneurship especially through the education sector to accelerate the development of industries in the country. By doing so, it will enable the Government's five-phase Government initiative.  Alcohol Joseph Magufuli and the National Vision of 2015, to ensure that Tanzania reaches the status of a central and industrialized industry, "She emphasized Minister Ndalichako

In addition, the Minister has said the ministry has developed a guide to the development and development of innovation, creativity and knowledge in the country to create and promote the motivation of science, technology and innovation in community activities and development and thus increase its contribution to the economy

Speaking at the ceremony the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam, Prof.  William Anangisye said the university will continue to oversee the study of the research as it is one of the most important criteria in the world-class quality.

“In ensuring that the university returns to its philosophy, we have allocated a total of one billion shillings in the 2019/20 budget to enable lecturers and experts to do research,” She said.
New Job: Corporate Sales Executive At Britam | Msesetz

New Job: Corporate Sales Executive At Britam | Msesetz

Job Title:Corporate Sales Executive
The job holder will be responsible for growth of revenues for brokers at the head office to meet set annual premium targets. The role will report to the Sales Manager-Broking.
  • Secure new business through brokers.
  • Maintain excellent customer service to brokers.
  • Service existing business through brokers and follow up to ensure renewals.
  • Ensure payment of premiums before policy attaches.
  • Prepare weekly sales reports as required.
  • Undertake initial underwriting in accordance with set guidelines to ensure sound acceptance of risk.
  • Follow and adhere to underwriting guidelines and standards as communicated by Underwriting Manager from time to time
  • Follow up to ensure brokers are paid commissions timely and accurately
  • Guide and assist brokers on claims processing for their clients.
  • Respond to brokers and client enquiries.
  • Deliver on performance requirements as defined in the strategy map and personal scorecard.
  • New business
  • Renewal retention
  • Loss ratio
  • Premium collection
  • Compliance
  • Net promoter score
Internal Relationships
  • Accountable to the Sales Manager- Broking

  • Required to liaise and work closely with Finance, Underwriting, Claims and other departments as may be necessary.
External Relationships
  • Britam customers
  • Brokers
  • Insurance companies
  • TIRA & other regulatory institutions
  • Bachelors’ degree (insurance option preferred)
  • Professional qualification in Insurance (Certificate CII)
  • 2-4 year’s relevant experience in the insurance industry
  • Presenting and Communicating Information: Speaks fluently; expresses opinions, information and key points of an argument clearly; presents effectively; responds quickly to others ‘reactions and feedback during conversations; projects credibility.
  • Working with People: Shows respect for the views and contributions of other team members; shows empathy; listens, supports and cares for others; consults others and shares information and expertise with them; builds team spirit and reconciles conflict; adapts to the team and fits in well.
  • Adhering to Principles and Values: Upholds ethics and values; demonstrates integrity; encourages individual responsibility towards the community and the environment; models the organisational values during every day interactions.
  • Analysing: Analyses numerical data and all other sources of information, to break them into component parts, patterns and relationships; probes for further information or greater understanding of a problem; makes rational judgements from the available information and analysis; demonstrates an understanding of how one issue may be part of a much larger system.
  • Planning and Organising: Adhere to and monitor clearly defined objectives; plans activities and projects well in advance and takes account of possible changing circumstances; identifies and organises resources needed to accomplish tasks; manages time effectively; monitors performance against deadlines and milestones.
  • Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations: Focuses on customer needs and satisfaction; sets and models high standards for quality and quantity. Monitors and maintains quality and productivity. Works in a systematic methodical and orderly way. Consistently achieves projects goals.