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Tanzania

Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete

Date of Birth: 7/10/1950
Place of Birth: Msoga


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A government walkover

CCM has known it was under pressure since 2010 when President Jakaya Kikwete won a second term with just 63% of the vote on a 42% turnout...


Magufuli wants a mega-dam

Intended as a key element in China's Belt and Road Initiative preliminary work on the project started in 2015 under Magufuli's predecessor Jakaya Kikwete (AAC Vol 6 No 9 Pipeline and transparency protests)...


One rule for the party

Notably Makamba and Kinana do not refer to Musiba's allegations in November 2018 that they both enriched themselves while each served as party Secretary General under President Jakaya Kikwete...


Farming gamble fails

The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania  (SAGCOT) one of ex-President Jakaya Kikwete's favourite projects touted globally as a radical policy to support smallholders while promoting foreign venture capital investment in the sector is in deep trouble after the government cancelled the US$47 million Matching Grant Fund (MGF)...

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Crushing the enemies within

Under-pressure tax collectors will continue to squeeze domestic investors while foreign businesses understand that although the regime is markedly less friendly than that of ex-President Jakaya Kikwete informal negotiated settlements will remain the basis of much investment and taxation...


Magufuli on the warpath

The party is still dominated by the last president Jakaya Kikwete whose influence Magufuli is seeking to supplant sources in Dar es Salaam say...


Risks for all in mining row

Former Attorney General Andrew Chenge and former Presidents Jakaya Kikwete and Benjamin Mkapa however are normally regarded as untouchable...


Chill in the air for Chenge

He was also mentioned in connection with the Escrow affair which so damaged President Jakaya Kikwete's government's reputation in 2014 (AC Vol 55 No 24 Power scandal rocks ministers)...


Sour fate of sugar project

Although the then President Jakaya Kikwete had visited Sweden to drum up corporate investment shortly after being elected in 2005 and although BEE was sited in his political heartland he seems not to have stood in the way of those opposing the initiative...


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