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· March, 2008

Stories about Tanzania from March, 2008

Tanzania: To quit or not to quit?

  17 March 2008

Pernille is a well-known blogger from Denmark. She entered the African blogosphere scene when she started working in Uganda and blogging at “I've Left Copenhagen for Uganda”. She is now lives in Tanzania and blogs under a new name, Louder than Swahili. Last week she decided to put her blog on stand-by following comments she received via email, SMS, and phone calls, which made her uncomfortable.

Africa: Hope Supersedes All

  17 March 2008

Women love to share their experiences and express themselves, but no clock will wait for them to sit and share every detail with each other - not even if they do it on their blogs. Life must go on.

Tanzania: Taking a break from blogging

  10 March 2008

Why is Pernille taking a break from blogging?: “I don't believe that this kind of group pressure should shut someone up, but I also feel I have no choice. However, in the mean time – until I figure out if/when I will return to blogging with a public identity –...

Tanzania: The spirit of Nyerere

  2 March 2008

Sokari discusses Mwalimu Nyerere, the first president of Tanzania and the Arusha Declaration: “I had never read the Arusha Declaration and only have superficial knowledge of Julius “Mwalimu” Nyerere in terms of his role in the struggle for independence in Africa and as a Pan Africanist along with Nkrumah. But...

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