Tanzania: Where Magufuli is Waging War on Corruption and Reforming the Country.

January 3, 2020 2:15 pm0 comments by:

As soon as President John Pombe Magufuli emerged winner of the Election doubts emerged from circles both within and outside Tanzania as to whether he was going to live up to the demands of the electorate and implement his promised reforms.

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Tanzania:I can’t wait

July 13, 2016 6:24 pm1 comment by:

I myself;
Still in deep pain,
Things that chases my mind;
While my stomach is empty;
I probably want to eat my tears.

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Why Money can’t buy Tanzania Presidency

June 16, 2015 8:19 am0 comments by:

As all top-tier CCM contenders for the party’s presidential nomination have formally entered the race .The next four weeks are pivotal times for Tanzania politics, as the ruling party clock- ticks down for a decision over its flagbearer for the October 25th general election.
In these four weeks, there are difficult decisions to be made, for the sake of Tanzania stability and sustainability as this year succession process requires, and will represent a unique opportunity for, a strategic re-orientation of CCM and where Tanzania will go as a country.
Looking forward, there is much a

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It’s not about DRC leftover; it’s about Tanzania foreign policy gem

February 24, 2015 11:01 am1 comment by:

The idea that the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a free dining table for resources hungry individuals and countries has enabled violence and instability to thrive in DRC. Continuing with this wrong and failed way of thinking about DRC future

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Poem: Where I’m From

January 28, 2015 9:57 pm0 comments by:

I’m from swaying coastlines and clichéd continents. I learned languages so divergent,in places as different as vegetarian pigs and carnivorous plants. I’m from sunshine that lulls you to sleep and sand that exfoliates more than just your feet. I’m from the smell of tamales on the corner of Market. I’m from different cultures and languages, from Spanish to Kenyan. I’m from mothers yelling at their doorsteps in voices uncomprehended, they yell in different tongues but with the same expressions. “Get Back in the house” “Ingia kwa nyumbani” they shout, the same look of indignant concern mirrored in their rainbow of faces. I’m from diversity, from the world that has been […]

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Wedding on A Credit Card

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The whole place was elegantly beaming with class. A lavish Somali wedding that was definitely over the top and without a doubt, one that had the touch of highly paid professional experts. From top to bottom, it was draped with perfection. From the look of things, the brother must have dished out at least a cool 50 grand for that wedding if not more. It was held in an exclusive top-notch hotel—a $60 a plate kind of place— not my taste but ridiculously expensive nonetheless. It was entry by invites only, if you did not flash a card you had no luck getting in. The groom and bride looked awesomely […]

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Unravelling South Africa’s opaque foreign nuclear cooperation agreements

August 23, 2014 11:54 am0 comments by:

Written by Donald Stewart
South African President Jacob Zuma’s intention to secure nuclear power expansion is increasingly evident and the country’s forthcoming nuclear expansion has attracted several foreign suitors and the signing of agreements with corporations from China, the European Union (EU), France, Germany, Russia, South Korea and the United States (US), amongst others. ………….

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Why South Africa must collapse after Mandela’s death

January 2, 2014 1:40 pmComments Off on Why South Africa must collapse after Mandela’s death by:

Last week Monday a friend walked into my office brimming with excitement. He asked me a bizarre question – rather smirkily, I might add – “How do you think apartheid ended?”

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As Tanzanians celebrate our 52nd anniversary of independence and also Mandela’s life,we must remember our values as a nation!

December 10, 2013 4:22 am0 comments by:

A lot has been said about Mandela this week and if I attempt to put one more word about him, I will only be repeating, at best. Nevertheless, as we are celebrating our 52nd year of independence today, it is inevitable not to relate what the independence of Tanganyika in 1961 meant to freedom fighters in Southern parts of Africa – in this context South Africa’s struggle against apartheid.

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Should South Africans hate themselves and hate Malawi more?

October 26, 2013 12:04 pm0 comments by:

It doesn’t take a lot for President Jacob Zuma to upset South Africans, and (it appears) indeed the whole continent. Whatever the source of contempt for President Zuma, it appears to cloud our judgment completely.

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