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· October, 2010

Stories about Tanzania from October, 2010

Tanzania: Vote, don't wage war

Tanzania: God Bless Tanzania

Tanzania: 2010 General Elections Roundup

Tanzanians will go to the polls on 31 October 2010 to elect the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, President of Zanzibar, Members of Parliament and Members of the...

Tanzania: Government threatens press before election

Tanzania: Vote Like You Own Your Country

Tanzania: Bloggers Analyse Tanzania 2010 Election Campaigns

On 31 October 2010, more than 19.6 million Tanzanians will make an important decision for the future of their country. They will take part in the forth parliamentary and presidential...

Tanzania: Where To Get Tanzania Election News

Tanzania: Mobile Phone in Zanzibar Elections

Tanzania: The Opposition Can Win Presidential Election

Tanzania: Be Part of a National Election Monitoring Exercise

Tanzania: Follow #uchaguzitz on Twitter

Tanzania: Running for Office While Combining Kangas With Social Media

Danish blogger Pernille Bærendtsen looks at the use of traditional elements and social media in Tanzania election campaigns focusing on Zitto Kabwe, the parliamentary candidate for Kigoma North. Her post...

Tanzania: The Legacy of Mwalimu Nyerere

Africa: eLearning Africa Conference 2011

Africa: African elite rulers, quacks and bulimia

Africa: Make Your Own Baobab Juice

Tanzania: CCM and Political Debates

Tanzania: Crowdmapping 2010 Tanzania Elections

Tanzania: NGOs and the media in Tanzania

Tanzania: The Use of Social Media in 2010 Tanzania General Election

Tanzania will go to the polls on October 30, 2010 and as election campaigns heat up, we are looking at the use new media tools by election candidates. Along with...

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