Richmond + TANESCO: The complete deal

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Nimeiokoteza mahali... This' a contract that was signed between TANESCO and RICHMOND LLC ambao sasa wameshaamua kuurusha mpira kwenda DOWANS lakini 'kisanii'.

Chukua nakala uweze kunielewa

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Msaada uliotolewa na JF kwa kamati ya kina Mwakyembe - Exclusive files over Richmond

Riport ya kamati ya kina Mwakyembe hii hapa - REPORT YA KAMATI
 

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Keil

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Asante sana Admin Mungu akubariki na akuondolee hofu ya kuogopa kutuwekea ma-songi ya mafisadi. Midundo na mirindimo ya ma-songi unayotuwekea yanakuna mpaka ku-moyo! Ninabaki kutoa machozi ya uchungu nikikumbuka machungu ya hizo nyimbo!!!!

Big Up Bro!!
 

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Safi sana Invisible, huwa unaenda huku hawakuoni nini teh teh teh teh ndio maana unayakwapua!
 

FairPlayer

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Nimependa hii kwenye ile sehemu ya kuangalia

"Usihangaike kujua nani kaleta, hangaika kuangalia hali halisi na kuchambua maoni ya watanzania"

You have made my day!
 

Halisi

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Invisible unatutisha... Naona watu wa serikali wamechoka sasa.... Wameona nchi imeharibika wameamua kuweka mambo hadharani
 

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Naona watu wa serikali wamechoka sasa.... Wameona nchi imeharibika wameamua kuweka mambo hadharani
Mkuu si kama natishia mtu, ila ujue matokeo ya kuchoka huwa ndo haya. Ni wajibu wa serikali kuhakikisha inadhibiti mikataba isiyoeleweka na kama inawezekana isisainiwe mapema sana.

Ukweli utajulikana na daima utatuweka huru. Just watching...
 

Halisi

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Ndio maana hawataki uwazi katika rasilimali zetu

Mining sector under the microscope: Is Tanzania purposely avoiding transparency?

-New international report suggests so

By: MBARAKA ISLAM
Dar es Salaam

TANZANIA as a country appears uninterested in joining an international initiative administered by the World Bank that obliges resource-rich countries to show more transparency through the verification and full publication of company payments and government revenues from oil, gas, and mining proceeds.

Dubbed the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the programme works to build multi-stakeholder partnerships in developing countries in order to improve governance and increase the accountability of governments.

To become fully compliant, a country needs to sign up, prepare, disclose and disseminate information on all the material revenues received by its government from the oil, gas and mining sectors with the full engagement of other stakeholders in that country.

But according to a recent EITI report, Tanzania as a country has so far failed to become a member of the organization alongside 14 other African countries that also boast of much natural resource wealth.

It is understood that most of the African countries that have entered into large-scale mining and oil exploration deals have either become full members or shown some interest in joining EITI, where membership is voluntary and there is no annual fee to pay.

’’The first step is for the government to declare its intention to join. I am not aware of any sign that the Government of Tanzania has expressed interest in joining EITI,’’ said Dr Brenda Haendler, a US State Department official dealing with EITI issues in Washington DC.

Haendler, who attended the EITI board meeting in Oslo, Norway last month, said they were also not aware of Tanzania being on the meeting agenda or not.

According to the EITI report made available to THISDAY, the initiative works to build multi-stakeholder partnerships in developing countries in order to increase the accountability of governments.

Among other things, the initiative believes that good governance is a precondition for converting large revenues from extractive industries into economic growth and poverty reduction.

’’When transparency and accountability are weak, the extractive industries may instead contribute to poverty, corruption, and conflict - the so-called ’resource curse’,’’ says the initiative on its website.

Primary beneficiaries of EITI are governments and citizens of resource-rich countries. Implementation of the initiative as part of a programme of improved governance is seen as a step forward to helping to ensure that oil, gas, and mining revenues contribute to sustainable development and poverty reduction.

’’Knowing what companies pay and what governments receive is a critical first step to holding decision-makers accountable for the use of revenues. Resource-rich countries implementing EITI can benefit from an improved investment climate by providing a clear signal to investors and to international financial institutions, that the government is committed to strengthening transparency and accountability,’’ says the initiative website.

The EITI initiative is financed in part through a multi-donor trust fund (MDTF) administered by the World Bank. France, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom all currently contribute to the fund.

According to the latest EITI report, a total of 15 candidate countries all around the world have now been given two years to establish themselves as fully compliant to join. These are Azerbaijan, Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Mongolia, Niger, Nigeria, Peru, and Yemen.

Nine other countries have asked for more information before the end of the year, in order to make a decision about membership: Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Madagascar, Republic of Congo, Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone, Trinidad and Tobago, and Timor-Leste.

Regarding Tanzania’s position, officials of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals were not immediately available to comment on why the country has not applied for membership of the initiative.

Efforts by THISDAY to get a government statement on the matter continue.
http://www.thisday.co.tz/News/2867.html

Sasa tuendelee kuwalazimisha;
 

Shalom

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kazi nzuri kwa wote walioshiriki kuipenda zaidi nchi yao kuliko wenyewe. Mungu awabariki na kuwalinda. ngoja tuanze kuichunguiza sasa
 

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invisible na wengine ( najua kuna wengi wamefanikisha huu muziki kuwepo) hongereni kuuweka hapa. kilichobaki tu-udigest huku tukisubiri vibao vingine vikali zaidi.
 

Gembe

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mkataba kwa niaba ya serikali ulisainiwa nwa
Mr. Singi R. Madata
Assistant Commissioner
Debt Management Department
Ministry of Finance.

sheria inasemaje?
 

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And the Grammy goes to "Invisibe"...Hii ni yet another Hot Single from Superstar Artist "Asiyeonekana"....well done.
 

S. S. Phares

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Sitashangaa serikali ikija kusema hii mikataba ni feki sio halisi ambayo watumishi wake walisaini
 

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Invisible,mziki wako mnene mkuu wangu,bado kidogo utaingia kwenye orodha ya magwiji kama hayati Bob Marley (RIP)
 

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