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Nyerere

Julius Kambarage . 1922--99, Tanzanian statesman; president (1964--85). He became prime minister of Tanganyika in 1961 and president in 1962, negotiating the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar to form Tanzania (1964)
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Nyerere also intervened to allay suspicions of Roman Catholics, arguing that Catholics did not object to birth control as such, but only to certain methods.
How is it that despite economic failings of his policies within Tanzania Nyerere continues to be regarded with such affection and reverence by many people in Tanzania and around the world?
The Tanganyikan discontents came into the open in early 1964, when Nyerere was persuaded that when announcing a five-year development plan, scheduled for 12 May 1964, he should also announce some rearrangement of EACSO.
Mission: The Nyerere Centre for Peace Research is a joint effort of the East African Community (EAC) and Arcadia University that provides an academic resource to the member states of the EAC.
Mwinyi is best known for reversing the socialist policies of Nyerere by liberalising the economy and taking on the Structural Adjustment Programmes of the IMF and World Bank, as well as introducing multiparty politics during his second term.
Croll's study is of high value for its comparative look at schemes of similar characters as mentioned before in the paper, besides the improvement of women status that has been set early by Nyerere himself as one of the two most indicators of the progression of Tanzania from the traditional African social system to one of a modern socialist country.
In the envisaged East African Federation, Kenyatta would be the President, Nyerere Vice President and Minister for Interior and Obote the Vice President and Prime Minister of Uganda.
Nyerere holds that education in the colonial era was modelled on a system that suits the imperialist agenda of the colonialists.
What Nyerere so eloquently said of Africa is no less true for its women: Unity is the key to realizing our potential.
With this pocket-sized biography, students and general readers will learn about the life of Julius Nyerere, long-term prime minister and president of Tanganyika and unified state Tanzania from 1961 to 1985, who is notable for voluntarily stepping down from his position so that peaceful elections could be held.
Nyerere and Sekou Toure had the most effective influence on the other delegations [to the OAU founding conference] and were largely responsible for the final result, which was to reject the largely Nkrumahist doctrine of an immediate overall political union and accept instead a process of gradualism .
ARAB NEWS The GSMA announced the participation of additional speakers in the 2017 Mobile 360-Africa conference, which will take place on July 11-13 at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Center, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.