Showing posts with label BRAZIL. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BRAZIL. Show all posts

15 Feb 2011


Hatimaye mmoja wa wanasoka mahiri kabisa duniani,Ronaldo wa Brazili,ameamua kuundika madaluga.Staa huyo mwenye kipaji cha hali ya juu ametangaza kustaafu rasmi soka.

Katika makala hii nawaletea video za kumbukumbu ya nguli huyo wa kandanda.Picha zote hizo ni kwa hisani ya gazeti la Daily Mail la hapa Uingereza






















8 Jun 2010

Rais Kikwete akikabidhi zawadi ya kinyago kwa mchezaji wa Brazil,Kaka,huku mtoto wa Rais,Ridhiwani Kikwete (kulia kwa Rais),akishuhudia na "tabasamu la haja" (Picha kwa hisani ya Ankal Michuzi)

Niite mzandiki,mkosoaji wa kila kitu,au hata mpuuzi.Yote sawa.Lakini haihitaji upeo hata wa mtoto mchanga kutambua kuwa uamuzi wa "kununua" kipigo cha mabao matano kutoka kwa Wabrazili ilhali tumegubikwa na matatizo lukuki ya kiuchumi ni,well,upuuzi.

Nilishabashiri awali kuwa baada ya mechi kati ya Taifa Stars na Wabrazili itakuja mechi kali zaidi kuhusu faida au hasara za mechi hiyo.Na hapa nazungumzia fedha.Kwa mujibu wa tovuti ya Shirika la Utangazaji la Uingereza (BBC),mechi hiyo ilifanikishwa na mkopo wa benki flani kwa Shirikisho letu la Soka chini ya uongozi wa Leodgar Tenga.Inaelezwa kuwa TFF walitarajia mpambano huo ungeingiza takriban dola milioni tatu ambazo zingerejesha gharama zinazokisiwa kuwa dola milioni mbili unusu (zaidi ya shilingi bilioni tatu)walizotumia "kununua" mechi hiyo.Kwa akili ya Tenga na wenzake,walitarajia uwanja wenye uwezo wa kuchukua watu 60,000 ungefurika na pengine kuzalisha faida kubwa zaidi ya hizo dola milioni tatu zilizokisiwa.Sijui ni kufumbia macho umasikini unaowakabili Watanzania wengi au ni ubishi tu,TFF wakaweka viingilio vya juu na vitakavyoingia kwenye vitabu vya historia ya soka la Tanzania.

Sidhani kama tutafahamisha gharama halisi za mechi hiyo wala kuelezwa hasara kamili.Na si kwamba tutafichwa kwa sababu ya aibu ya waandaaji bali kuna "wajanja" (isomeke MAFISADI) watakaoongeza ukubwa wa hasara hiyo kwa kujirejeshea gharama wasizostahili.Lakini pamoja na usiri huo,tovuti ya BBC imemnukuu Waziri wa Habari na Michezo George Mkuchika akisema kuwa serikali haikuchangia chochote katika "ununuzi" wa mechi hiyo,na akatupa "kigongo" kingine kwa kudai TFF walikopa fedha kutoka benki kumudu gharama hizo.

Lakini kauli ya Mkuchika inakinzana na kauli ya awali iliyotolewa na Tenga,ambapo kwa mujibu wa tovuti ya gazeti la Daily Nation,alinukuliwa akieleza kuwa (nanukuu) "Tuliongea na Rais wetu (Jakaya Kikwete),na ni yeye ndiye aliyewezesha mechi hii kuwezekana".Tenga alisema (nanukuu tena) "(Rais) alivutiwa tangu mwanzo na kuhakikisha kila uwezo wa dola (serikali) unawezesha mechi hiyo".

Sasa sijui nani anasema ukweli kati ya Mkuchika na Tenga.Na pengine swali la muhimu zaidi ni nani atayebeba mzigo wa deni hilo kama si mlipakodi wa Tanzania.Na ni mzigo kweli kwani dalili za wazi za uzembe wa waandaaji wa pambano hilo tunaloaminishwa kuwa litaitangaza Tanzania ni matangazo mengi ya makampuni ya kigeni badala ya vivutio vya taifa letu.Well,unatarajia nini kutoka kwa wazembe walioshindwa hata kuwa na CD  ya uhakika ya wimbo wa taifa letu?

2 Jun 2010

Kwa mujibu wa imani zetu za Kiswahili,aliyekuroga akifariki basi uwezekano wa kupona nao unakuwa kama umefariki.Na msemo huu unaonekana kurandana na hali halisi ya baadhi ya matendo yetu viumbe tunaojulikana kama Watanzania.Nafahamu kuwa si wote "tuliorogwa" lakini hiyo si sababu ya "kutowatolea macho" wenzetu "waliorogwa kisha aliyewaroga akafariki".

Mwishoni mwa wiki hii,timu yetu ya taifa inakabiliwa na mpambano muhimu dhidi ya timu ya taifa ya Rwanda katika kusaka nafasi ya kushiriki kwenye michuano ya CHAN.Taifa Stars inatarajiwa kucheza siku ya Jumapili kisha Jumatatu wanatarajiwa kuingia tena uwanjani kupambana na timu ya Taifa ya Brazil katika pambano lililonunuliwa kwa mamilioni ya dola na chama chetu cha soka.

Na kwa takriban wiki nzima sasa,uongozi wa FA umekuwa bize zaidi na maandalizi ya pambano hilo walilonunua kuliko kuelekeza akili zao kwa mpambano dhidi ya Rwanda.Japo natambua kuwa kila mpenzi wa soka duniani angependa kuiona Brazil ikicheza uwanjani lakini sio kwa kununua mechi ya mamilioni ya fedha ambazo hakuna uhakika kama zitarudi.FA hawajaweka bayana gharama za kununua mechi hiyo lakini taarifa zinasema wamelipa dola za kimarekani milioni mbili unusu  (zaidi ya shilingi bilioni 3 unusu).Na hiyo ni ada (fee) tu lakini kuna uwezekano wa kiwango hicho kuwa kikubwa zaidi tukichanganya na gharama za kumudu ziara hiyo.

Kuna hoja kuwa ziara hiyo itasaidia kutangaza utalii.Well,lakini tuwe wakweli,yaani kutangaza utalii kwa dakika tisini kwa gharama ya shilingi bilioni tatu!?Na kama tujuavyo tatizo sugu la wizi wa mapato kuanzia TRA hadi kwa watendaji ngazi ya kata,si ajabu muda huu mafisadi wameshapiga mahesabu ya pasenti ngapi watakwiba kwenye chochote kitakachpatikana kwenye mechi hiyo.

Na kuna hoja ya rankings za FIFA.Hivi mechi moja ya kununua kwa mabilioni itatupandisha kwa kiwango gani ukilinganisha na menchi dhidi ya Rwanda ambayo kama "tukikaza misuli" na kufanikiwa kucheza CHAN tutapata nafasi kubwa zaidi ya kupandisha ranking yetu huko FIFA?

Ukitaka kufahamu namna ubabaishaji na ufisadi unavyozidi kutafuna mfumo wa jamii yetu subiri mechi iishe kisha vianze visingizio vya namna FA walivyoshindwa kufikia lengo la mapato.Binafsi nisingekuwa na tatizo laiti FA wangeafikiana na wenzao wa Brazil kisha kuuza tiketi kabla ya mechi na hivyo kufahamu faida au hasara itakayopatikana.Lakini kwa hali yasasa ni sawa na kucheza bahati nasibu.Na si ajabu visingizio vimeshaandaliwa as to kwanini "mechi hiyo haikuweza kurejesha faida iliyotarajiwa".

Ndio maana nashawishika kusema kuwa inawezekana ALIYETUROGA KESHAFARIKI.

27 Mar 2009


Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on Thursday blamed the global economic crisis on “white people with blue eyes” and said it was wrong that black and indigenous people should pay for white people’s mistakes.

Speaking in Brasília at a joint press conference with Gordon Brown, the UK prime minister, Mr Lula da Silva told reporters: “This crisis was caused by the irrational behaviour of white people with blue eyes, who before the crisis appeared to know everything and now demonstrate that they know nothing.”

He added: “I do not know any black or indigenous bankers so I can only say [it is wrong] that this part of mankind which is victimised more than any other should pay for the crisis.”

Mr Brown appeared to distance himself from Mr Lula da Silva’s remarks. “I’m not going to attribute blame to any individuals,” he said.

Mr Brown was visiting Brazil as part of a five-day tour of Europe, the US and South America in preparation for the G20 summit to take place in London next Thursday. He made a joint appeal with Mr Lula da Silva for the world’s biggest economies to provide $100bn to boost global trade.

“I’m going to ask the G20 summit next week to support a global expansion of trade finance to reverse a slide in world trade,” Mr Brown said.

Mr Lula da Silva also spoke out strongly against raising trade barriers in response to the global crisis. “I compare protectionism to a drug,” he said. “Why do people use drugs? Because they are in crisis and they think the drug will help them. But its effects pass quickly.”

The two leaders’ remarks demonstrate the desire each will have to secure the other’s support during the G20 meeting.

Brazil – which has long campaigned unsuccessfully to be given a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council – will argue for a bigger voice for Brazil and other emerging nations in multilateral organisations such as the International Monetary Fund and the Financial Stability Forum, a group of central banks and national supervisory authorities established in 1999.

Brazil is one of many nations calling for increased regulation of global financial markets and greater powers for multilateral regulators.

It will also call for a resumption and conclusion of the Doha round of talks at the World Trade Organisation.

In return for supporting such initiatives, Mr Brown will expect Brazil to endorse calls for fiscal stimulus in a bid to mitigate the impact of the global crisis, such as the proposed $100bn in trade finance.


SOURCE: FT

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