Our latest interview is with the Program Manager of the African Leadership Academy, Chidinma, who manages the Anzisha Prize and who is also Chinua Achebe’s grand niece!
Sometimes I wonder if Tanzania is losing her soul. Perhaps – as time passes – it is me growing more conscious, or media becoming more pervasive to drama. But it seems like this country is chasing grandeur that is alien to her history and at odds with what she needs today.
Msikilize kijana Julius kwa makini kisha jiulize kama michango tu inayotolewa “kumsaidia” italeta mabadiliko kwenye sekta ya elimu Tanzania.
In Liberia, a country where radios and televisions are luxuries most people cannot afford, one enterprising journalist has found a way to get daily news and information to Liberians. Alfred Sirleaf founded an innovative newspaper, The Daily Talk.
Thirteen diplomatic missions in Tanzania are jointly organizing cultural and sport events to celebrate the International Week of the “Francophonie” starting from March 20th to March 31st, 2012.
“We could play the blame game for a while here, and I could probably present a very strong case for ‘us.’ But the point would be lost, because its not about winning arguments, it’s about communicating effectively.” By Dickson Tenga