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· April, 2007

Stories about Tanzania from April, 2007

Tanzania: blog about Swahili film in the US

  25 April 2007

A blog about a Swahili film, Bongoland II: “This weekend we conducted screen tests for JUMA. The process went well and we were very impressed by the brave souls who dared to take on the challenge. We also want to thank those who made sacrifices to be at the event...

Tanzania: dual citizenship debate

  22 April 2007

Metty weighs in on dual citizenship debate in Tanzania: “Just a little further, globalization means mobility of labor and resources. Isn’t that’s why Tanzania is trying to lure foreign investors? If that is the case then, fear of foreign “invasion”, which has been cited as reason against dual citizenship, is...

Tanzania: tourism in Tanzania

  8 April 2007

Jaduong writes about a damaging postcard message about Tanzania's tourism sector shown on The Amazing Race reality TV: “What prompted me to write about this is a “postcard” from The Amazing Race reality TV program that I came across on the web. Please view the postcard yourself here. The card...

African Path: Weaving Tales of Africa's Past, Present and Future

  3 April 2007

African Path is one of the most exciting African citizen media projects. It is an online platform whose content comes from bloggers, readers, artists, and specialists. It also aggregates news on Africa from different sources. At the moment, African Path has 24 bloggers writing articles on various topics such as...

Africa: women, where are thou?

  2 April 2007

Kenyan Pundit asks, “Women, where are thou?”: Several of my virtual and real buddies have received scholarships to attend TED Arusha. So far, all the receipients that I know are male…a trend similar to the Blogging Indaba last year… and I’m curious to know whether there are any women out...

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