• Tanzania: There is still hope for Kilimanjaro

    Tanzania: There is still hope for Kilimanjaro2

    The COP21 conference that took place in December last year in Paris was a historic climate change conference, as almost 200 countries signed a binding agreement to fight climate change. Due to global warming the average temperature in the world is increasing every year. Scientists have for many years predicted that if the worlds average temperature rises by 2 degrees Celsius,

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  • SHOULD OBAMA INVITE MAGUFULI TO THE WHITE HOUSE?

    SHOULD OBAMA INVITE MAGUFULI TO THE WHITE HOUSE?0

    “However, I don’t see Magufuli travelling outside Tanzania in the next 1 yr” – Emmanuel Tayari Did the Ambassador of the United States of America in Tanzania visit President John Magufuli at the State Souse like the Chinese one? It is a question someone asked me recently. I did not know the answer. When I

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  • Time for  girls’ football

    Time for girls’ football4

    Tanzanian society suffers from large gender disparities that restrict the accessibility of basic services for girls and women.

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  • Why didn’t CCM lose?

    Why didn’t CCM lose?0

    Just before the General Elections in Tanzania on 25 October 2015,  Mathew Bukhi wrote the reflections below on an article – and email – entitled ‘Why the CCM won’t lose: the roots of single-party dominance in Tanzania’: I found one journal article, with a title similar to this email’s subject, very interesting and timely. The

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