Katibu Mkuu wa Tff Fredrick Mwakalebela wakiwa na furaha na watanzania walioko Abidjan kuishangili stars baada ya gemu usiku huu
siku wa kuamkia leo latika Viwanja vya Leaders Club jijini Dar es Salaam, kulikuwa na Tamasha la Muziki lililojumuisha wanafunzi wa vyo mbalimbali ‘College Bash’ ambapo wasanii mbalimbali kutoka nchi jirani za Kenya, Uganda na hapa nchini walifanya makamuzi ya kufa mtu.
Lord Eyez naye alifanya makamuzi jukwaani na kundi zima la Nacko2Nako Soldiers huku kidosho wake Ray C akiwa pembeni ya jukwaa ‘full miwivu’!
Meneja wa bendi ya muziki wa dansi ya T-Respect, Ali Choki (wapili kutoka kulia) akiwa katika harakati za kurekodi picha za Video ya wimbo wake “Mfano kwa vijana” pamoja na wanenguaji maarufu kutoka bendi mbalimbali akiwemo Aisha Madina (Kulia) kutoka Afican Stars Twanga Pepeta.Hii ilikuwa ni jana ndani ya viunga vya Hotel ya kisasa ya Atriums Sinza Africa Sana Jijini Dar es Salaam.
FULL KUJIACHIA NDANI YA ATRIUMS HOTEL
AISHA MADINDA KUMBE BWANA MISOSI
TI, who is supposed to be on house arrest, was spotted at the Beverly Center yesterday with one of his sons’ size Xt (Xtra-Teenie) T-shirts on. TIP and a diesel Amistad-looking dude in the back are seen here making a entrance.
More pictures below of Clifford with his Baby Gap steez in direct effect…
Brad Pitt is finally trying to make a decent woman out of that homewrecking Angelina Jolie broad:
Actress Angelina Jolie has conceded she will marry partner Brad Pitt one day – to keep their children happy. The movie star has a brood of six with Pitt – adopted kids Maddox, seven, Pax, four, and Zahara, three, and biological children Shiloh, two, and newborn twins [not pictured] Knox and Vivienne. Jolie and Pitt, who was previously married to Jennifer Aniston, have always maintained they will not wed until same-sex marriages are legalized across the U.S.
So Brad and Angelina will make a stand for the right to gay marriage, but they have no problem respectively openly dating another woman while married and dating a married man? SMH. Trollops.
Tanzania businesses in forthcoming recession!
The warning, caution and confidence issued by Profesa Benno Ndulu, the Governor of the Bank of Tanzania that the Tanzania’s economic remain strong and is likely not to be pretentious by the global financial downturn sent waves through my mind that triggered me to suggest steps that Professor Ndulu overlooked in his analysis, that could help the Tanzanian business recover from the financial gloom terrorising the world financial market.
at times of financial crisis, is looked upon as a safe haven for distressed investors rocked by faIling share prices. In the current extraordinary circumstances, Professor Ndulu should have told Tanzanians where this asset class is going or taking Tanzania?
January – 1 New Year Day
January – 12 Zanzibar Revolution Day
March – 21* or 22* Maulid Day
April – 7 Karume Day
April – 10 Good Friday
April – 13 Easter Monday
April – 26 Union Day
May – 1 Workers’ Day
July – 7 SabaSaba Day
August – 8 Peasants Day
September – 21* & 22* Idd-El-Fitri
October – 14 The Mwalimu Nyerere Day and Climax of the Uhuru Torch Race
November – 28 * or 29* Idd-El-Hadj
December – 9 Republic Day
December – 25 Christmas Day
December – 26 Boxing Day
1) *These Holidays will depend upon the appearance of the new moon.
2) Please note that Holidays falling on Saturday or Sunday will be kept on those days. Act No.10 of 1994 has been repealed and holidays falling on Saturday or Sunday shall no longer be compensated.
Dr. Aggrey K. Mlimuka
Association of Tanzania Employers
IPS Building, 7th Floor,
Samora Avenue/Azikiwe Street,
P.O. Box 2971,
Dar es Salaam,
Tel: +255 22 2110940
Fax: +255 22 2119434
Every Good Employer is a Member of the Association of Tanzania Employers
ULE MPAMBANO ULIOKUWA UKISUBIRIWA KWA HAMU KATI YA SIMBA NA YANGA ZIMEBABI DAKIKA CHACHE KUSHUHUDIA MTANANGE HUO. TUTAENDELEA KUWAPA NYUUUUZZZI HV PUNDE.