ROSA LUXEMBURG STIFTUNG EAST AFRICAN REGIONAL OFFICE IS GOING GREEN

ROSA LUXEMBURG STIFTUNG EAST AFRICAN REGIONAL OFFICE IS GOING GREEN

By Kasirye Samuel | May 2018 The African continent is endowed with enormous renewable energy prospects, varying in type across diverse geographical expanses. To further harness this burgeoning potential, the East African Regional Office of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS) has installed a 25 Kilowatt hybrid system to cover up to 90% of its power needs from solar energy. The RLS is dedicated to contribute to sustai ...

Analysis: Liberation, Self-reliance and Marxism – the Tanzanian Way of Socialism

Analysis: Liberation, Self-reliance and Marxism – the Tanzanian Way of Socialism

By Joachim Abunuwasi Lugansya Mwami | January 2018 2018 mark several anniversaries whose significance for the critique of capitalist society is hardly to overestimate. It is the 170th anniversary of the Communist Manifesto in February 2018, and it would have been Karl Marx’s 200th birthday in May 2018. Joachim Abunuwasi Lugansya Mwami about Marxism as the ideological core of a developmental strategy emerged in Tan ...

Analysis: The rise and fall of the Arusha Declaration

Analysis: The rise and fall of the Arusha Declaration

By Issa Shivji | August 2017 The rise and fall of the Arusha Declaration on Socialism and Self-Reliance (Ujamaa) in Tanzania surely remains to be one of the key hallmarks of this nation’s political, economic and social fabric and outlook in general. While critically evaluating the main premises of Ujamaa, this article rigorously interrogates its relevance and application to the current socio-political situation. ...

Film: Sinema Ujamaa - Tracing the history of film in Tanzania

Film: Sinema Ujamaa – Tracing the history of film in Tanzania

Aylin Basaran | August 2017 Sinema Ujamaa is a documentary that reveals the history of film in Tanzania. Through their research collaboration, the Tanzanian film scholar and lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam, Symphorian Belleghe and Aylin Basaran, an Austria-based scholar and film maker together with veterans of the early Tanzanian film industry enter into a complex journey.

Making Tanzania’s National Land Policy inclusive and people centered

Making Tanzania’s National Land Policy inclusive and people centered

By Emmanuel Sulle, Edward Lekaita, Godfrey Massay, Amina Ndiko, Bernard Baha, Peter Kitua, and Onesmo Minani Tanzania, as the majority of the post-independence governments in Africa inherited colonial land laws. Without considerable changes a socially just and equitable tenure system will remain out of reach. In 2016 the Tanzanian government set up a review process of the National Land Policy of 1995 and presented ...

Balancing National Development Aspirations with Indigenous Peoples Local Communities’ Land and Natural Resource Rights – A Case of Large Infrastructural Development Practice in Kenya

Balancing National Development Aspirations with Indigenous Peoples Local Communities’ Land and Natural Resource Rights – A Case of Large Infrastructural Development Practice in Kenya

Stanley Kimaren Large Infrastructural Development Practice and Indigenous Peoples Land rights. Kenya’s vision 2030 and the economic recovery strategy for wealth and employment creation (2003–2007) set development benchmarks for the country with a focus on investment in infrastructure. The envisaged massive upgrading and extension of the country’s infrastructure shall be realized through Public Private Partnersh ...

NAFASI YA MAKTABA ZA UMMA NCHINI

NAFASI YA MAKTABA ZA UMMA NCHINI

By Gibson J.E Mdakama | August 2018 Maktaba za umma ni moja ya vyombo muhimu sana katika ukuaji wa ubora wa elimu nchini. Makala hii ambayo imeandikwa kutokana matokeo ya utafiti kuhusua maktaba za Umma katika Wilaya Moshi Vijijini Mkoani Kilimanjaro, inaangazia masuala mbalimbali ikiwemo hali ya uwepo wa maktaba za umma nchini kwa sasa, umuhimu wa kuwepo kwa maktaba hizo nchini katika maendeleo ya elimu na jamii ...

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