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A Chat with a Zanzibari poet, Nassor Kharusi

He is in the A-List of the contemporary Swahili poets. With his own efforts, he has been able to publish four books – Mama Usihuzunike being the latest. He is joining me in the CHAT to tell us his journey into the world of poetry.

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Zanzibar Reconciliation (Episode 7): The Vision of Maalim Seif on Maridhiano

As one of the founders of Maridhiano, Maalim Seif Sharif Hamad, now the first vice president of Zanzibar, is laying down his vision and mission on the process of political reconciliation started in November 2009 by him and the then-president, Amani Karume. The speech was made in Pemba in the early days of January 2021.

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Zanzibar Reconciliation (Episode 6): A Chat with a Political Activist

Quite often, politics is perceived as a male territory all over the world. While this chauvinistic perception is associated to the fact that politics is dirty, there are also many good men and women who have been at the very center of political struggle. In Zanzibar is also the case, where women have been active in politics even before some Western nations gave their women rights to vote. Fat-hiya Zahran ‘Warowaro’ is one of those Zanzibari women political activists and in today’s chat, she speaks her mind on the recently political reconciliation on the Indian Ocean Islands.

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Mfalme Yuko Uchi: Diwani Mpya ya Mohammed Ghassani

NJOO uniulize Mohammed Khelef Ghassani ni nani na nitakupa vitambulisho vyake kadhaa. Kila kimoja kati yavyo kitamsibu.  Kitajaa kama pishi. Continue reading “Mfalme Yuko Uchi: Diwani Mpya ya Mohammed Ghassani”