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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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Moses in the wilderness

The Southern African Development Community dispatched Tanzanian ex-President Julius Nyerere; he was allowed to see Kaunda persuaded him to break his fast and got him transferred into house arrest in his Lusaka home...


Conflict irresolution

A mission from the International Assembly of French- speaking Parliamentarians including Guy Penne who used to advise the late President François Mitterrand on African affairs visited Bujumbura in January and denounced the embargo with harsh words for the peace-making efforts of ex-President Julius Nyerere...


Back to the party

In Arusha Mwalimu Julius Nyerere's son Makongoro Nyerere was stopped from standing for NCCR; the Electoral Commission insists registration documents must be signed by both party chairman and secretary general but Mrema and Marando would not cooperate...


Trumpeting the Horn

It sent a battalion to the UN peace-keeping force in Rwanda in 1994-96 promised troops for the Burundi peace- keeping force proposed by ex-President Julius Nyerere and last November offered units for a neutral force in eastern Zaïre...


Baby Tiger

The talk is of balanced budgets and market forces while most of former President Julius Nyerere's socialist strategies have been junked...

Julius Nyerere's son Makongoro Nyerere NCCR MP for Arusha said at Magu: 'Opposition politics in Tanzania means everybody for himself and God for us all...


Across the lake

The government tolerates Nyangoma who is fighting Major Pierre Buyoya's regime but at the same time the influential ex-President Julius Nyerere has known Kabila since the 1960s and is close to the Rwandan strongman General Paul Kagame and Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni...


Kolimba and critics

Controversy broke in 1994 when a book by ex-President Julius Nyerere attacked John Malecela (then Premier) and Kolimba (CCM Secretary General 1990-94) for lacking leadership and conniving in moves to destroy the Union between the mainland and Zanzibar to 'further their own personal ambitions'...


A bend in the river

'Removing him now is not the issue because the poor man is going so he's not all that important' says former Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere...


Digging in

All of them spent long periods in Dar-es-Salaam in the mid to late 1970s laying their plans and establishing contacts with senior officials such as Tanzania's ex-President Julius Nyerere...


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