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Tanzania

Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete

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


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Kang Chang-hee

In Dar es Salaam, the government of President Jakaya Kikwete agreed to open an embassy in Seoul...


Africa's bidding war

Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete said he was worried about the destabilising power of joblessness...


Pipeline and transparency protests

The deal provoked some members of parliament to demand that the government reveal the contents of 16 other trade, cultural and development deals signed by Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Jakaya Kikwete during Xi’s 24 March visit...


Mengi beaned in court

Reginald Mengi, a Tanzanian media tycoon who is a friend and backer of President Jakaya Kikwete, has been ordered to pay £1...

He cited a 2008 memo in which the Guardian Managing Director instructed all editors to seek his approval before publishing ‘controversial or any otherwise sensitive stories on President Jakaya Kikwete’, calling it ‘a momentary glimpse of the truth’...


New strains on the Union

Uamsho is becoming increasingly militant, says Benson Bana, a senior advisor to President Jakaya Kikwete...


Licence to secede

Zanzibar’s President Ali Mohamed Shein and national President Jakaya Kikwete reached ‘agreement in principle’ on 25 October that Zanzibar could manage its own oil and gas industry, said Mohamed Aboud Mohamed, Zanzibar’s Minister in Charge of Union Affairs...


Oil and gas prospects fuel lake row

Tanzania’s President Jakaya Kikwete is content, we hear, to let Foreign Affairs Minister Bernard Membe take the lead on the issue – along with the flak...


Mugabe's Maputo success

As June’s deadline for Zimbabwe’s constitution looms, Zuma handed the torch to Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete, who chairs SADC’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation...


Three million euros in the fountain

With strong encouragement from donors, President Jakaya Kikwete was on an anti-corruption crusade in 2005-06 and he then promised to pursue this case in particular...


Reforming power

Although Jakaya Kikwete sacked Energy and Minerals Minister William Ngeleja, one of eight to go in April’s reshuffle, many of the power sector’s problems remain (AC Vol 53 No 9, Corrupt but open)...


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