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· October, 2005

Stories about Tanzania from October, 2005

Tanzania: Agricultural investment

27 October 2005

Tanzanian blog Agricultural Information posts about a survey of potential investment farmland which will also be used for research & training. The survey was undertaken in the Kigoma Region of Tanzania.

Kiswahili Bloggers this week

27 October 2005

Tanzanian Kiswahili bloggers continue to write about the presidential and parliamentary elections taking at the end of the month. Mwandani comes across an open letter of advice addressed to the “incoming president,” Jakaya Kikwete. Although Tanzanians have not yet cast their votes to elect the new president, the ruling party’s...

Latest Voices from Tanzanian Blogosphere

21 October 2005

Three new bloggers entered Tanzanian blogosphere this month. Motowaka is a school teacher in Dar es Salaam. He writes in Kiswahili. Makene is a Kiswahili instructor in Texas, USA. He also blogs in Kiswahili as Kasri la Mwanazuoni. Fatma Karama, a Tanzanian law student in the UK, joined the other...

  20 October 2005

….my hearts in Accra is attending the Pop!Tech 2005 conference along with 12 young leaders of Africa – activists, bloggers and leaders –

  17 October 2005

Kiswahili blog, Mwandani reports that the legacy of former Tanzanian President, the late Julius Nyerere has gone astray in the corrupt environment of the ongoing election campaigns.

Tanzania: Election trip

  12 October 2005

Arjen Westra takes a trip around Tanzania ahead of elections on Oct. 30, listening to men talk politics and drink coffee in some of the country's political hotspots.

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