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BBC News: Power cuts in Tanzania

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  1. EMT

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    Tatizo la mgao wa umeme sasa limeanza kusemwa na vyombo vya habari vya kimataifa. Kama kawaida Tanesco walipohojiwa wamesema mgao wa umeme unatokaka na ukame mkali ulioikumba Afrika Mashariki kama vile Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda na Rwanda hazipo Africa Mashariki.

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    The Tanzanian authorities are imposing severe electricity rationing, to save the remaining water in its hydro-electric dams. The dams on the Rufiji basin are at critically low levels because of the drought. But the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company promises that essential facilities such as hospitals will not be affected.

    East Africa is said to be suffering its worst drought for 60 years. Some 10 million people need food aid, mostly in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia.Tanzania relies for more than half its power on its giant hydro-electric dams. A spokeswoman for Tanesco, Badra Masoud, told the BBC Swahili service that the lack of rainfall was to blame for the need to eke out its water supplies.

    "There is going to be rationing, but not for 24 hours," she said. "Some people won't have electricity between 20:00 to 06:00, others will lose electricity from 18:00 to 23:00. But places like hospitals and water pumps won't be affected," said Ms Masoud. Hydro-electricity provides the largest share of Tanesco's power with gas and thermal power stations contributing the remainder. The dams are expected to begin filling again once the rainy season gets under way in September.

    BBC News - East Africa drought: Power cuts in Tanzania

     
  2. Njowepo

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    Labda east afrika ipo Tanzania peke yake
     
  3. Wambandwa

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    Kwenye bonde la mto Rufiji nako kuna hydro electric power dam?
     
  4. Dr wa ukweli

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    Tanzania tumelaaniwa!
     
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    Inaudhi sasa, Kwahiyo ukame Huko somalia watasemaje?
     
  6. Saint Ivuga

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    18 July 2011 Last updated at 16:59 GMT [h=3]Share this page[/h]
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    [h=1]East Africa drought: Power cuts in Tanzania[/h] [​IMG] The Mtera dam is critically short of water as a result of the drought that has hit East Africa
    Continue reading the main story [h=2]Horn of Africa drought[/h]


    The Tanzanian authorities are imposing severe electricity rationing, to save the remaining water in its hydro-electric dams.
    The dams on the Rufiji basin are at critically low levels because of the drought.
    But the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company promises that essential facilities such as hospitals will not be affected.
    East Africa is said to be suffering its worst drought for 60 years.
    Some 10 million people need food aid, mostly in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia.
    Tanzania relies for more than half its power on its giant hydro-electric dams.
    A spokeswoman for Tanesco, Badra Masoud, told the BBC Swahili service that the lack of rainfall was to blame for the need to eke out its water supplies.
    "There is going to be rationing, but not for 24 hours," she said.
    "Some people won't have electricity between 20:00 to 06:00, others will lose electricity from 18:00 to 23:00.
    "But places like hospitals and water pumps won't be affected," said Ms Masoud.
    Hydro-electricity provides the largest share of Tanesco's power with gas and thermal power stations contributing the remainder.
    The dams are expected to begin filling again once the rainy season gets under way in September.
     
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    [​IMG]Mbona sioni maji...
     
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    Kweli watanzania tumerogwa badala ya viongozi wetu kutafuta njia mbadala wanasubiri mvua.
     
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    Halafu Mizengo Pinda anasema pamoja na mgawo wa umeme uchumi wa Tanzania unakuwa! Wabunge wa Magamba wanashangilia jamani huu ni ulofa kabisa hata mtoto wa darasa la pili anajua uhumi wetu unaelekea wapi!
     
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    Kisingizio tuu.
     
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    wamechanganyikiwa...si unajua mfa maji?
     
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    uongo mkubwa.huwa hawana la kusema ........nchi hii ni janga la dunia
     
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    Hii haikutakiwa kuwa mada mpya maana habari hii iko hapa muda sasa.Tunajadili nini si yale yale ambayo tumesema tunarudia ? Unategemea Tanesco waseme nini na wimbo wa mkubwa wao ni maji na mvua hakuna ?
     
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    Sie mtwara tunaona kama hadithi viele wakati ule umeme unakatwa hadi miezi 3 hakukuwa na kelele sasa ni masaa 24, karibuni sana
     
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    Mbona kenya wana umemem wa ziada na wanaweza kuuza tanzania
     
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    hivi kurecyle maji kwenye haya mabwa yetu ni gharama sana au yanakuwa yamechafuka hayafai?
    M sio mtaalamau wa haya mambo jamani nitoeni ujinga huu nilionao
     
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    Labda Kenya haipo Afrika Mashariki.
     
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    katika karne hii bado unategemea mvua inyeshe ndio upate umeme duh!!!!msemaji wa tanesco mkwe re,halafu mshika nchi kakimbia mgao kaenda kuangalia isidingo south africa
     
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