Tuesday, August 23, 2011

UDBS appoints its advisory board

THE University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UDBS) recently appointed its advisory board committee members to run with its internal affairs. UDBS came into being after the former faculty of Business and Commerce of the University of Dar es Salaam was merged as part of the internal development of the UDSM to expand the faculty of Business and commerce. In the photo, the Minister for Trade and Industry Dr. Cyril Chami is being briefed by the Dean of the UDBS Dr. Marcellina Chijoriga moment before he inaugurated the advisory board of the UDBS in a short ceremony which was held at the UDSM main campus. Standing extreme left is the Vice-Chancellor of the UDSM Professor Yunus Daudi Mgaya.

The Minister Dr. Cyril Chami congratulates one of the Board members during a night gala ceremony which was held at UDBS main campus at the University of Dar es Salaam. Standing on his left in a jovial mood is the Dean of the UDBS Dr. Marcellina Chijoriga.

University of Dar es Salaam Business School shows its progress

The Dean of the UDBS Dr. Marcellina Chijoriga being interviewed by Mlimani Television and in this interview she narrated together with other things the various development steps her business school has done for the purpose of the country’s business developments.
Among the most achievement which the UDBS can be proud of is the construction of its own building which is located at the main campus.

UDBS trains over 600 entrepreneurs in Dar

A cross section of the total 685 entrepreneurs who thronged at the newly constructed UDBS hall for a one week training program which was offered by the UDBS as part of the celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary since the establishment of the University of Dar es Salaam. UDBS which stands for the University of Dar es Salaam Business School is a constituent part of the business college of the University of Dar es Salaam.
The Minister for Trade and Industries Dr. Cyril Chami who was the guest of honour at the climax of a one week long training program for entrepreneurs gives a certificate of participation to one of the entrepreneurs who attended and successfully completed the program on entrepreneurship that aimed for their capacity building at the UDBS hall in Dar es Salaam recently.

Police swoop nets a hard core criminal

Mr. Husein and Abdallah, the two journalists working for Mlimani Television conducting an interview with the owner of a house at Yombo Vituka whose name was not immediately established following the arrest of his tenant by police who carried a swoop overnight in search of burglars alleged to have attacked a Chinese at Kariakoo and managed to snatch him money. Before his tenant’s arrest, the police fired a bullet in a hot pursuit to let the fleeing man stop when he sensed the police around, after which he surrendered. The action had threatened many people around who apparently didn’t know what was going on. The two journalists were just passing by the area when suddenly they heard the sounds of a gun bullet down in the valley.
This scene shows the valley of the vituka suburb in Temeke district, Dar es Salaam region whereby the a convoy of secret policemen were deployed in search of people who had attacked a Chinese trader at Kariakoo and managed to get away with his money in mid of July this year. Down by the roadside is journalists’ car which had parked.

Financial scandal of the Ministry sparks a hot debate

The recent budget of the Ministry of Minerals and Energy sparked the parliament when the permanent secretary of the Ministry Mr. Jairo attempted to bribe the parliamentarians so as to let his ministry’s budget pass through. Various opposition leaders had to speak on this scandal and allegations targeted to the ministry. In the photo, a Chairman of the NCCR-Mageuzi party Mr. James Mbatia is being interviewed by Mlimani TV in front of his party headquarter office at Ilala in Dar es Salaam.

Mlimani TV went up to CHADEMA offices at Kinondoni in Dar es Salaam on the same mission whereby they were received by party’s publicity secretary and his aid who together spoke out their minds about the scandal.

Following strike by lecturers at the Institute of Social Work in Dar, now the government suspends them, the college opens on Monday

The scene shows when students of the Institute of Social Work based in Dar es Salaam at Kijitonyama suburb got stranded at the main campus following strike by their teachers at the institute towards the end of July this year.
They had gathered to hear their fate from the management whereupon the management told them that the school was indefinitely closed until further notice. But the government announced its official opening on 22nd last Monday. All lecturers who went on strike have been suspended and the government had already recruited new 20 lecturers to run the entire teaching.

Where Tanzania is heading, its people would become slaves

The Director of Studies at the Institute of Social Work Dr. Andrew Mchonvu breaking the news of closing up the school in a public gathering at the main campus later that evening. For long there had been a misunderstanding between lecturers and the management at the institute since 2007. According to lecturers, they were not given promotions and other fringe benefits as per the regulations and rules of government scheme of service.

Is it fair to suspend someone’s employment just because he pressurizes for his rights?

These are few of the lectures of the social college in Dar es Salaam being interviewed by the Mlimani TV crew. The government at last has decided to suspend their services following their recent strike of demanding more pay, promotions as in accordance to the government scheme of service.

The seizure of fish consignment from Japan, is this not corruption?

This is Magogoni fish market popularly known as ferry fish market. Fish consumers in Dar es Salaam recently were shocked after hearing that fish consignment alleged to have been contaminated by nuclear elements were imported from Japan and being sold at the market. But the consignment were seized and taken for further investigations in Kenya and South Africa..

During the month of fasting, traders feels unhappy

This is the month of fasting, fish at the sale of fish at magogoni fish market is now dwindling as consumers awaits until the fasting period ends. A scene was captured at the market that depicts fewer sales of the products on the table.