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Julius Kambarage Nyerere (Mwalimu)

Date of Birth: 13 April 1922
Place of Birth: Tanganyika
Died: 14 October 1999


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Air Tanzania soars no more

Ahead of a visit from a China Development Bank delegation led by President Chen Yuan in August 2008 Tanzania’s Finance Ministry released a report in which it said that the government had entered into an agreement ‘with CS to develop Julius Nyerere International Airport’...


The battle to succeed Kikwete

His response is that he and his supporters want to restore ‘clean leadership’ to the party in the manner of its Founding President Julius Nyerere...


Gas finds offer hope of ending power-cuts

Orca Deputy General Manager William Chiume is the son of the late Kanyama Chiume an exiled Malawian politician resident in Tanzania and a confidant of former Presidents Julius Nyerere and Benjamin Mkapa...


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Manmohan Singh: A reforming economist

He was a Secretary General of the South Commission an economic development think-tank chaired by Tanzania’s founding President Julius Nyerere...


Tarnished halo

Local business people and some officials say that while Kenya is a nation of entrepreneurs Tanzanians lack business know-how and don't trust foreigners perhaps the impact of years of socialism and nationalisation under President Julius Nyerere (1964-85)...


Blood and money in the streets

There are also plans for China Sonangol to finance renovations at Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam...


The next great land sale

' Ownership of land has been a deeply politicised topic since the rule of Independence leader Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and the era of African socialism; agriculture still accounts for about 50% of gross domestic product with more than two-thirds of the population depending on it directly...


Islamic alliance

They were disbanded by founding President Julius Nyerere a Catholic socialist but keen secularist...


Cleaning the stables

Kizengo Kayanza Peter Pinda who served as Private Secretary to three Tanzanian presidents Julius Nyerere Ali Hassan Mwinyi and Benjamin Mkapa is President Jakaya Kikwete's surprising choice as Prime Minister after the resignation of Edward Lowassa who was accused of impropriety over a power contract...


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