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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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Alternating currents

The Arusha agreement brokered first by the late Tanzanian former President Julius Nyerere then by South African former President Nelson Mandela was signed without a ceasefire and needs one if it is to last...


Mkapa winds it up

The `Father of the Nation' Julius Nyerere used his decisive influence to pick first Ali Hassan Mwinyi who presided over the rescue of the economy in the 1980s then Mkapa who brought in foreign investors and boosted economic growth...


A sort of peace

This opens a vital new chapter in the process begun under the late Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere's leadership at Arusha in 1996...


Revolution revisited

Two earlier constitutional commissions (and many CCM members of parliament) believe that the Union constitution should be modified which was out of the question during the lifetime of its author the late President Julius Nyerere...


Nice guy finishes first

He won also because 40 years of politics under the late Mwalimu Julius Nyerere seem to have made mainland electors favour unity and ideology over ethnic or religious differences...


Wind in the rigging

The Organisation of African Unity has called for a full rerun but since the death of founding President Julius Nyerere no international (or for that matter mainland Tanzanian) figure has had much influence on Zanzibar's CCM hardliners...


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Playing the offside rule

President Alpha Oumar Konaré ('AOK') wants a successful outcome hoping to go down as a statesman on the lines of Tanzania's late President Julius Nyerere...


Offshore turbulence

Everyone had expected that with the death of former President Julius Nyerere on 14 October last year the Union between Zanzibar and the Tanzanian mainland would come under strain...


Cooperation again

Tanzania's President Mkapa had stepped back from regional affairs leaving most high-level diplomacy to the founding President Julius Nyerere...

Appointed in Arusha in December South Africa's former President wants broad-based negotiations to include the Hutu-led guerrilla groups kept out by his predecessor: Julius Nyerere...


Chiluba and after

He has publicly stated his intention to step down in 2001 and frequently praises those African leaders who have made way for elected successors citing the late Julius Nyerere of Tanzania Quett Masire of Botswana and of course Nelson Mandela...


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