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Tanzania

Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete

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


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Trophy-hunters after Kikwete

Embattled President Jakaya Kikwete has tried to fight back after coming under intense fire from the British Mail on Sunday newspaper and politicians at home and abroad over the slaughter of and trade in East Africa's wildlife...


Danger, road works ahead

A summit on ACIRC in South Africa in November was attended by just four presidents (South Africa's Jacob Zuma Chad's Idriss Déby Itno Uganda's Yoweri Museveni and Tanzania's Jakaya Kikwete)...


More boots on the ground

Traditional partners such as Senegal's President Macky Sall were notably more at ease at the gathering than newer Anglophone friends such as Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete...


Concern over contract-farming

This partly reflects President Jakaya Kikwete's 2008 U-turn in his attitude to the private sector when Kilimo Kwanza was introduced...


Rocky road to gas economy

Muhongo is a political neophyte: President Jakaya Kikwete first appointed him to the National Assembly and then immediately made him Minister in May 2012 (AC Vol 53 No 13 Reforming power)...


Kivu on the brink

There has also been much speculation in recent weeks about whether the bitter war of words between General Kagame and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete had anything to do with the situation in eastern Congo (AC Vol 54 No 12 Kagame flames Kikwete)...


Crisis grows as presidential elections delayed again

That same day Rajoelina flew to Dar es Salaam to discuss the elections with Tanzania's President Jakaya Kikwete representing the Southern African Development Community (SADC) which is a member of the contact group and is trying to mediate between the rival parties in Madagascar...


The Dar leader

Washington and Seoul are discreetly putting pressure on Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete to end military cooperation with Pyongyang...


Protests fuel political crisis

Two leading MPs Ismail Aden Rage of CCM and James Francis Mbatia of the National Convention for Construction and Reform-Mageuzi (appointed to his seat by President Jakaya Kikwete) both said in the press that ‘foreign powers’ upset at the pipeline being Chinese-funded were likely to be behind the trouble...


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