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Florence Majani

Florence Majani

    Burundians' hopes live – and die – on the MV Liemba
    Burundians' hopes live – and die – on the MV Liemba
    Generally, when they arrive at Kigoma in Tanzania, they are singing songs of joy and hope but they also resonate with sadness.
    Diplomatic indignation in ivory row
    Diplomatic indignation in ivory row
    The Tanzanian government has dismissed the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) report released last week that said Chinese diplomats and...
    Tanzania: Marriages of convenience
    Tanzania: Marriages of convenience
    It is 12.30pm and an older woman emerges from her tiny mud house. A younger woman is making some porridge outside.
    China drops anchor in Tanzania
    China drops anchor in Tanzania
    The Chinese presence in the Tanzanian economy is growing rapidly as the eastern giant intensifies its quest for natural resources and a gateway to...
    China drops anchor in Tanzania
    China drops anchor in Tanzania
    The Chinese presence in the Tanzanian economy is growing rapidly as the eastern giant intensifies its quest for natural resources and a gateway to...
    Tanzania's 'mules' ply Jozi streets
    Tanzania's 'mules' ply Jozi streets
    As a Tanzanian, you can't help but notice the amount of Ki-swahili that is spoken in the Jo'burg inner city. In Rissik and Bree streets, in...
    Tanzania: The ideal destination for drug gangs
    Tanzania: The ideal destination for drug gangs
    In his speech on the World Day against Drugs on June 26, Tanzania's prime minister, Mizengo Pinda, lamented that drugs are a national tragedy...
    Tanzania cracks down on acid sales after tourist assault
    Tanzania cracks down on acid sales after tourist assault
    The government also plans to regulate the sale of acid.