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May be we need to securitize Education in Tanzania

There is a disturbing video clip going around social media in Tanzania showing how a group of men (trainee teachers) are beating a single boy with school uniform (student). A formal police investigation report will reveal the whole truth about it. Hearing bad news relating to education is becoming almost a trend- we have had reports on high failure rates… Read more →

An Open Letter to the President of the United Republic of Tanzania

31.8.2016 Dear Mr. President, Greetings Your Excellency! It is with great honor and humbleness that I am writing this letter to you. Thank you for reading it. Thank you for the work that you are doing for our beloved country, Tanzania. It is with great sacrifice that you have wholeheartedly given yourself to help Tanzanians move towards a better place…. Read more →

Some questions on #Tanzania Regional Foreign Policy in light of simultaneous #Kagame’s visit to Tanzania and #Kikwete’s attendance in #Burundi ‘s independence celebrations.

Even before independence, Julius Nyerere envisioned Tanzania as a candle that will send rays of hope, etc across borders. In many ways, such as in Liberation struggles of Southern African states, Tanzania has lived this vision. Tanzania is a central regional player in ensuring security and stability in the region. She plays multiple roles in

… the powers of Ideas… My reflection on: Schell O. and Delury J. (2013). Wealth and Power: China’s Long March to the Twenty-First Century (New York: Random House, 2013)

Title: Wealth and Power: China's Long March to the Twenty-First Century Author: Orville Schell and John Delury Publisher: Random Release Date: 2013 Pages: 478 Most scholars, commentators, media analysts, and students have been terming Chinese economic and material success as a “miracle”. A miracle is something that cannot be explained. Indeed, the classical and conventional economic development models found it… Read more →