We may not be physically present in Tanzania, but we are watching. Wed cannot remain mute when Tanzania is bleeding and crying out for our solidarity. As many voices continue to be silenced, we know that there are bold and courageous sisters and brothers who are not relenting in this struggle. We stand by them, and we stand by the spirit of pan-Africanism. Op-ed 

Farewell: John Magufuli is dead we should create one, ten or a hundred more.

    By Mainda Simataa   Magufuli is dead. But the question all of us Africans are asking is what or who has killed this African son of the soil so fast? Official reports say it was a heart attack, others say it was covid19, which is closer to the truth because Magufuli was the most outspoken African president and critic of the west and the covid19 industry which he believed had something to do with the the western world’s long standing secret agenda to kill and wipe out Africans…

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President Magufuli Forces Tanzanian Officials to Sign Public Integrity Pledge

VOA—Tanzanian President John Magufuli has forced new government officials to publicly sign a pledge of integrity before entering office, U.S. broadcaster Voice of America (VOA) reported. Since his election in October, Magufuli has undertaken various initiatives aimed at rooting out corruption and reducing bureaucracy within government. The president fired dozens of port officials in December after more than 2,400 containers were found to have disappeared without taxes being paid on them. Magufuli also ordered the arrest of the head of Tanzania’s Revenue Authority in connection with corruption and has banned…

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President Magufuli: The bulldozer in charge of Tanzania

Tanzania’s new leader has been making radical changes in his country, cutting wastes in government and deploying the scarce resources to good public uses. Government officials travelling abroad have been banned from buying first or business class tickets. Delegates to foreign conferences also slashed. We find his inspiring story in Lusaka Times and we hope you will find it inspiring as well… Newly elected Tanzanian President John Magufuli has scrapped independence day celebrations to spend the money on a clean-up campaign, an official statement said.The president has instead decreed that…

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