Yasemavyo Magazeti ya leo Jumanne kwa Ufupi(the Tuesday papers in a nutshell).
GAZETI LA HABARI LEO
- Muundo Muungano kujulikana Ijumaa: uchambuzi unafanywa na wajumbe wa bunge la katiba leo na kesho, Habari leo pia linataarifu kuwa mjadala wa kanuni umesitishwa na kwamba wajume wasisitiza maslahi ya Taifa.
- Atupwa jela miaka 65 kwa kumpa mimba mwanae. taarifa hii imeripotiwa kutoka Mbarari mkoani mbeya ambapo mahakama ya wilaya ya mbarali ilitoa hukumu hiyo kwa Benjamini Muyinga (48) baada ya kutiwa hatiani kwa kosa hilo
- Hivi wakazi wa Jangwani wanataka nini? Hili ni wazo la mwandishi Ikunda Erick anayeuliza kwenye wazo lake baada ya kila hali kuonesha kuwa hali ya hewa mwaka huu inaonyesha uwepo wa mvua kubwa huku wakaazi wa eneo hilo wakiendelea na maisha yao ya kila siku bila kujali au kuzingatia tahadhari inayotolewa ba Mamlaka ya Halai ya hewa nchini. mwandishi anahitimisha wazo lake kwa kuwataka wananchi wote kufahamu kuwa kuendelea kuishi katika maeneo hatarishi si kuikomoa serikali kuu kwani serikali ni mimi na wewe na kwamba sote tunao wajibu wa kulinda na kuheshimu sheria za nchi na kuacha kuishi kwenye maeneo hatarishi kwa visingizio vya kutokuwa na maeneo ya kuenga makazi.
GAZETI LA MTANZANIA (toleo la leo limejikita zaidi katika habari za uchumi)
Wakulima wali kusahaulika kwa zao la chikichi: Ni makala ndefu iliyoandikwa na Editha Karlo kutoka kigoma. katika makala hii mwandihi anasema mawese hukusanywa kienyeji mno, wanunuzi hupita nyumba kwa nyumba na kununua mafuta ya mawese hali inayoifanya halahsuari kukosa mapato. Anashauri kuwa inabidi kuwepo na mawakala wa kufanya kazi hiyo ili kuisaidia halmashauri kujiongezea mapato.
GAZETI LA THE GUARDIAN
21 die in Rufiji road crash, 9 seriously hurt
Unesco extends support to Usambara bio-prospecting programme
The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has handed over to the Man and Biosphere (MAB) programme in Tanzania electronic equipment worth over USD 5,000 in support of the Green Economy Biosphere Reserve (GEBR) project being carried out in the Eastern Usambara Biosphere Reserve. http://www.ippmedia.com/frontend/index.php?l=66415
One dead, seven missing in Rufiji boat accident
One person is confirmed dead and seven others are missing after the boat in which they were travelling capsized in Rufiji River, Coast Region on Sunday evening.According to residents and government officials the boat which had 16 passengers on board and was heading to Utete Township from Mkongo village was overloaded. Coast Regional Police Commander ACP Ulrich Mathew confirmed yesterday that the accident occurred at around 5.30 in the evening and that most of the passengers were children and farmers. He said the boat which was captained by Abdullah Yusuf (21) went off course, colliding with a ferry in Utete. ACP Mathew said at least eight people were rescued shortly thereafter and that the rescue team was working in collaboration with the residents to locate the missing seven passengers.
“We are still looking for the missing passengers after the boat went off course and hit a ferry,” a resident taking part in the rescue team told The Guardian yesterday. Contacted yesterday, the RPC said: “We are going to issue an official statement later. What we are doing now is to search for the victims.”
The rescued passengers underwent medical checkup at Rufiji District Hospital after which they were all discharged. Meanwhile, police are holding Abdalah Yusuf, a resident of Utete for questioning following the accident. Rufiji District Commissioner Nurdin Babu said police and the fire brigade are conducting patrols on the river to support the divers.
In another development reports from the Muhimbili National Hospital say that the conditions of people injured in the last Saturday accident which involved three vehicles at Mkupuka village in the region are going on well.