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· December, 2006

Stories about Tanzania from December, 2006

Tanzania: president is a servant

  28 December 2006

Jaduong Metty writes a letter to the president of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, “Given your recent comments during an exclusive interview with the Guardian, in which you gave the following comment: “ British Prime Minister Tony Blair has invited me on January 16 to visit London. Should I say I am...

Tanzania: hot tamarind sauce

  23 December 2006

Mirecipe writes about hot tamarind sauce, “What is for snack today? Baked green bananas and hot tamarind sauce. Woo! You should try this.”

Kenya/Tanzania: cultural differences

  21 December 2006

Africa Affairs blog has the fourth part of socio-cultural differences between Kenyans and Tanzanians. Links to previous posts on the subject are at the end.

Tanzania: Tanzania's nightmare

  8 December 2006

My Africa Today reviews the documentary, Darwin's Nightmare: “At first, it seems as if he's emphasizing that Europe doesn't provide anything to Africa in return for the food. But he finally gets around to the presumption that illegal arms shipments are actually flying in.”

Tanzania: questioning Nyerere's legacy

  7 December 2006

Tanzania in focus writes the second part of his post, Was Kambona That Bad?, which questions the legacy of Mwalimu Nyerere, “It is my opinion that Tanzanians, in general, are wimpy folks. I can’t quite put my fingers on it, but belief is that it is all because of the...

Africa: speakers at TEDGlobal

  2 December 2006

A leading Kenyan blogger, Kenyan Pundit, is one of the speakers at an international conference taking place in Arusha, Tanzania next year. The list includes inventors, business-leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers, artists, writers, and activists who are contributing to Africa's development.

Tanzania: questioning the legacy of Nyerere

  1 December 2006

Metty'z RefleXions questions the legacy of Mwalimu Nyerere,” How do we know that Nyerere was the best thing? See the problem I have with folks who regard Nyerere highly is that we don’t the alternatives, at his time, to make a logical, objective comparison. I am not even sure if...

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