Sunday, June 24, 2012

Monday, December 13, 2010

The site will soon be back.......

Thanx jaman alot of emails from my friends around the globe and other viewers we met here for opinions,questions and and suggestions you gave me through mails.......kwa kifupi nipo busy sana kuna kaproject nakafanya kananichukulia muda sana,but once i accomplish it we ll be in touch.

Thursday, November 11, 2010


This site will temporarily be in active meaning there will be no current updates .
The situation will exist in not more than one week due to some reasons that are beyond my control,
 but during this downtime more improvements will be prepared. 

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Monday, November 8, 2010


Name :Neema Joseph Mdegella
Degree Programe: Bsc in Industrial Engineering and Management
College life :It was good and challenging
Opinions :  the spirit of solidarity must be improved and heshima ya waandisi ilindwe na kuwa improved.
                  I believe on My self and I believe i will be very successfully engineer 
Graduation date: 27th november 2010


Godwin  &  Ganuel

Name: Ganuel Lulandala
Degree Programe : Bsc in Computer Engineering & Information Technology
College Life: life was not that much enjoyable due to some consecutive problems between students and Goverment/University Management  that led to boycotting of classes in several consecutive semesters.
.but so far being in the campus was really enjoyable moments especially academic was satisfying. Up to now we have completed we really thank GOD.
Opinion :To  my fellows continuing students , they should have high threshold torelance value
Graduation Date: 27th november 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010


Name:Ada Rwitunga
Degree Programme:Computer Eng&IT
College Life:Challenging but still very enjoyable
College/University :  College of Engineering & Technology
Graduation date: 27th november 2010
Opinion:Life is a performance so do anything noticing there wont be time for re doing and be hopeful and thankful for any situation


Name:Hilda Jacob
Degree Programme :Bsc in Telecommunication  Engineering
College life: it was good
College/University: College of Engineering & Technology in   University of Dar es salaam
Graduation date: 27th november 2010
Opinions:To those who remain,Learn to respect everyone even if your the best in class performance than them because in real life GOD is the one who plan life and mostly not your performance, also try to do your best to get good performance.
To myclass mates:I miss you much it was the best moment being with you and knowing you.


Name:Frank Fungo
Degree Programe :Bsc in  Telecommunication Engineering
College life:Good
College/universityCollege of Engineering & Technology in University of Dar es salaam
Graduation date: 27th november 2010
Opinion:4 the guyz remain ,secret for that hapness is just corparation and sharing of ideas,don b selfish coz it will cost them after their graduation.

Monday, November 1, 2010


   "Hata kama ni mbali lazima nitarudi tanzania........."
"najiona na bahati kuzaliwa mtanzania  nitaishi na kufa Tanzania.......... kwetu kuna amani na utulivu  kwetu kuna watu  wavumilivu " BY mr.2 aka  SUGU(millenium album )          

Saturday, October 30, 2010


Give students from VARIOUS  colleges or Universities chance to air their views on different issues 
concerning themselves. such as life experienced on campus, difficulties faced,social challenges and many others the graduant wish to express before the coming ceremonies !!!
University of Dar es salaam on 27th november

Institute of Finance Management on 26th november
University of Dodoma on 26th november

ST.Joseph college of engineering

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Tanzania's Twiga Stars vs. Dos FC of Seattle, WA


Tanzania National soccer team TWIGA STARS  has left to South Africa for the Women Cup of Africa, marking it first appearance since Tanzania is created by GOD................................we have good team and i always believe it going to carry the grouped with south africa, nigeria,and equatario guinea.

DR.WILBROUD SLAA....................very good dialogue i have ever seen in this 2010 election campaign

On saturday 23,2010 the Presidential candidate from CHADEMA had  a live dialogue talk  with one of the Tanzania  Popular local Television  ITV .DR.Slaa who is mainly supported by Youth, Intellectuals,Activists and Tanzanians living abroad took country's attention and almost every one who  were eager was satisfied by his speech..............
am not a good reporter  so follow other media sources for detailed news

TOP TEN RICHEST PEOPLE IN AFRICA....................I thought some body from bongo will ba listed but not, i think because of ufisadi many billionaires hides money in quanta abroud

ohann Rupert & Family (South Africa)
African Rank No.10 - World Rank No.601 - Wealth $1.2 billion

Femi Otedola (Nigeria)
African Rank No. 9 - World Rank No.601 - Wealth $1.2 billon

Patrice Motsepe (South Africa)
African Rank No.8 - World Rank No.559 - Wealth $1.3 billion

Onsi Sawiris (Egypt)
African No.7 - World Rank No.430 - Wealth $1.7 billon

Mo Ibrahim (Sudan)
African No.6 - World Rank 334 - Wealth $2 billion

Aliko Dangote (Nigeria)
African No.5 - World Rank No.261 - Wealth $2.5 billion

Naguib Sawiris (Egypt)
African No.4 - World Rank No.205 - Wealth $3.0 billion

Nassef Sawiris (Egypt)
African No.3 - World Rank 196 - Wealth $3.1 billion

Nicky Oppenheimer & Family (South Africa)
African Rank No.2 - World Rank No 98 - Wealth $5 billion

Mohammed Al Amoudi (Ethiopia)
African Rank No.1 - World Rank No. 43 - Wealth $9 billion

Friday, October 22, 2010

ROMAN ABRAMOVICH...........can you believe he is not even among the top twenties? but see what he owns

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmh then the richest person can buy even a counrty in africa

NCHI MASIKINI DUNIANI OR worlds poorest country in this planet .................TANZANIA ISNT ONE THEM

Tanzania is not among the worlds poorest countries in this planet we have moved so far

10. Ethiopia (GDP – per capita: $700)

Seen Better Days - Ethiopia
“The Sadomo region of the Ethiopia is known for producing the best coffee second to Harar….Make Trade Fair!” mcandrea
Ethiopia ranks 170 out of 177 the poorest countries on the Human Development Index (UNDP HDI 2006). Half of its GDP depends on agricultural activity. The agricultural sector suffers lowdown because of poor cultivation techniques and frequent drought. 50% of its population 74.7 million bears the burden of poverty and 80% lives on bread line. 47% of males and 31% of females are literate. Some parts of Ethiopia run a high risk of hepatitis A, hepatitis E, typhoid fever, malaria, rabies, meningococcal meningitis and schistosomiasis.
Child Poverty

09. Niger (GDP – per capita: $700)

Niger with a population of 12.5 million is one of the ten poorest countries in the world. Drought is a common natural calamity in Niger. It often undergoes a phase of severe food crisis. 63% of its total population lives on below $1 a day. Adult literacy rate is as low as 15%. Life expectancy spans up to 46 years. A number of people die of hepatitis A, diarrhea, malaria, meningococcal meningitis and typhoid fever.
“Escaping from poverty”

08. Central African Republic (GDP – per capita: $700)

Rebel in northern Central African Republic
“Rebel in northern Central African Republic”
The Central African Republic ranks 171 as a poor country. Agriculture is the backbone of its unstable economy. Life expectancy of its meager population 4.3 ranges from 43.46 to 43.62 years. 13.5% of its population is at risk of AIDS.
Destruction in the north-west
“Boy in front of destroyed homes in Ngaoundaye, Central African Republic. Since early 2007, the troubled region has been caught up in fighting between APRD rebels and government troops.” hdptcar

07. Guinea-Bissau (GDP – per capita: $600)

“Africa, Guinea-Bissau, Bijene, January 2005. Mbemba Djaló, 13 years young, earns some extra cash after school, running his little shop at the veranda of an abandoned colonial house. Photography by Ernst Schade” ernst schade
The rank of Guinea Bissau as a poor country is 172. Farming and fishing are the only pillars of its economy. The level of income is not even in all parts of the country. About 10% of its adult population is at risk of HIV.

06. Union of the Comoros (GDP – per capita: $600)

Itsandra at sunset
Population growth and unemployment at a high rate are responsible for the poor economy of Union of the Comoros. Population density at a rate of 1000 per square km in agriculture zones may result in an environmental crisis. Agricultural contribution to its GDP is 40%. The low level of education has raised the level of labor force. Economy mainly depends on foreign grants.

05. Republic of Somalia (GDP – per capita: $600)

“Sixteen million people in eastern Africa are in need of emergency food aid and the threat of starvation is severe, according to FAO’s latest report on the Food Supply Situation and Crop Prospects in sub-Saharan Africa.” ☠ ● qυєєη σƒ яσ¢к ● ☠
Agriculture is the base of the economy of Republic of Somalia in the Horn of Africa. Nomads and semi-nomads comprise a major part of the population. Rearing livestock is the primary source of livelihood for them. The small agricultural industry contributes 10% to its GDP.
“Mogadishu. October 2004. View of Mogadishu north. Mogadishu is the place where effects of the conflict are more striking. There are arround 400.000 internally displaced persons. Access to health structures is quite impossible for the danger to circulate in the streets where combats are on-going and all type infrastructures have disapeared: water, sanitation, schools… The absence of state during more than 13 years has made impossible any investment in public structures. It is estimated that around 72% of Somalia’s population lacks access to basic healthcare services and the healthcare system is in ruins.” abdisalla

04. The Solomon Islands (GDP – per capita: $600)

Solomon Islands Tsunami -- Minister whose church was washed away
“Solomon Islands Tsunami — Minister whose church was washed away”
The Solomon Islands is a country in Melanesia. Fishing holds its domestic economy. Above 75% of the labor class, is involved in fishing. Timber was the main product for export until 1998. Palm oil and copra are important cash crops for export. The Solomon Islands are rich in mineral resources like zinc, lead, gold and nickel.

03. Republic of Zimbabwe (GDP – per capita: $500)

“The expression on these guys faces says a million things, weak from hunger and too poor to own shoes or have a shirt to wear. This is all because of the tyrant they call a president.
A beautiful country ruined because of one mans greed. ”
Mr Sean
Republic of Zimbabwe is located between the Limpopo and Zambezi rivers in the south of Africa. Its economy suffers a slowdown due to supply shortage, soaring inflation and foreign exchange shortage. Zimbabwe’s involvement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo left its economy fragile. The worst consequence of the knelt-down economy is unemployment that is as high as 80%.
“March, 5, 2008. The Zimbabwean currency tumbled to a record 25 million dollars for a single US dollar”

02. Republic of Liberia (GDP – per capita: $500)

Young boy looks through hole in garbage dump
“MONROVIA, LIBERIA – NOVEMBER 12, 2006 : Young Liberian boy standing on Randal street in Monrovia looks through a hole in a garbage filled car that has been turned on its side and salvaged fro spare parts. ( Photo by: Christopher Herwig )”
Republic of Liberia on the west coast of Africa is one of the ten poorest economies across the globe. A decline in the export of commodities, the flight of many investors from the country, the unjust exploitation of the country’s diamond resource, looting and war profiteering during the civil war in 1990 brought the economy of the country to its knees. External debt of the country is more than its GDP.
Government child soldiers
“Liberia: Government child soldiers,Ganta; on the back of their truck is an anti-aircraft gun. © Teun Voeten, 2003.
Liberia’s decade-long civil war was fuelled by weapons imported in to the country in violation of a UN arms embargo. Shipments over three months in 2002 from a Serbian security company, for example, brought in enough bullets to kill the entire population of Liberia.”

01. Republic of the Congo (GDP – per capita: $300)

Street of Kinshasa
“This picture shows what Kinshasa is: full of contradictions. The beauty of the sunlight, nature, happy people contrasts with the filth on the streets, disorganisation, poverty… These two persons seem to stand there, in the middle of all that. Can they push the country forward… Are they part of a generation that will one day live in a modern Democratic Republic of Congo, freed of all suffering and pain?” fredogaza
Republic of the Congo in Central Africa is the last at the bottom of the economic heaps. Depreciation of Franc Zone currencies, incredibly high levels of inflation in 1994, eruption of the civil war, and continuation of armed conflict and slumping oil price in 1998 broke down the economy of the country.
Former child soldiers

TOP TEN WORLD RICHEST COUNTRIES ....................where is my Tanzania in these ranks .................?

10. Switzerland – $39,800 (GDP per capita)

This cheese making country is considered to be one of the most neutral countries in the world. During World War 2, people from other European countries deposited their money in the banks of Switzerland, knowing that their money would be safer there than in their home countries. Some well known Swiss companies include Nestle, Logitech, Rolex and Credit Suisse.

9. Equatorial Guinea – $44,100

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a country in Central Africa. Most people have never heard of it. This country flew into stardom after 1996 when large oil reserves were found in the nation of only 0,5 million people. While being one of the largest producers of oil in Africa, little has been made to improve the living conditions of the people. Corruption is widespread and ordinary people are mostly living in poverty. The gap between rich and poor is probably the largest in the world.

8. Ireland - $45,600

This member of European Union has been often admired as one of the most modern knowledge economies in the world. Ireland is the largest maker of computer software in the world. A study done by The Economist ranked the Celtic Tiger to have the best quality of life in the world.

7. United States – $46,000

What sets the US apart from most other countries in this list is its size. While most other countries in this list are among the smallest in the world the US has a population of over 300 million and a total land area of 3,79 million square miles (9.83 million sq km). The US is also home to the largest amount of billionaires in the world. It is speculated that as many billionaires live in the US as in the rest of the world.

6. Singapore – $48,900

This country tiny country consist of 63 island and some mainland with a total area of only 270 square miles (704 sq km). With Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan it is considered one of the Four Asian Tigers. Singapore has the busiest port in the world and is the 4th largest foreign exchange trading center in the world. Singapore is widely believed to be the most business-friendly economy in the world.

5. United Arab Emirates – $55,200

This oil and natural gas rich country has a highly developed economy which makes it one of the most developed in the world. Having more money than they know what to do with, they have built numerous artificial islands and just finished building the worlds highest structure – Burj Khalifa. It is 828 meters tall, being about 2 times as high as the Empire State Building in New York. It is estimated that about 1/4th of the total construction going on in the world is taking place in Dubai – one of the largest cities in United Arab Emirates.

4. Kuwait – $55,300

In Arabic Kuwait translates to “Fortress built near water”. In addition to being on the coast of the Persian Gulf this country has well known neighbors like Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Kuwait has the worlds fifth largest proven oil reserves – about 10% of the worlds total. Being a country without taxes, about 80% of the governments revenue comes from exporting oil. Having the the second-most free economy in the Middle East, Kuwait has one of the fastest growing economies in the region. (Thanks to Alsab3a from Stumbleupon for a little tip!)

3. Norway – $55,600

Norway is one of the few highly developed countries in Europe tthat are not part of the European Union. This oil and natural gas rich country has living costs more than 30% higher than in the United States. In 2006 only Russia and Saudi Arabia exported more oil than Norway.

2. Qatar – $75,900

This Arabic speaking country has less than million people and gained independence from Great Britain only in 1971. Qatar used to be a poor Islamic country but since the discovery of oil and natural gas in the 1940s, it is completely transformed. With no income tax it is one of the least taxed countries in the world, while still offering most of its services to the population for free. (Who needs tax when you have all this oil and gas money coming in).
In 2009 Qatar is also expected to be the fastest growing economy in the world!

1. Luxembourg – $80,800

This tiny country with a total population of less than 500 000 is a true European miracle. By tiny we mean the 8 smallest country in the world. From top to bottom it’s only about 50 miles and at its widest about 30 miles.