The Cry of Uhuru Prospects of Mankind; Africa: Julius Nyerere Interview (1959)

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The Prospects of Mankind ; Africa : Julius Nyerere interview (1959 )
Explores the problems of new independent African countries

Eleanor Roosevelt discusses Africa and the prospects for decolonization with Julius Nyerere, Barbara Ward, Ralph Bunche, and Saville Davis. Guests: Julius Nyerere, founder of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU), chief minister of British-ruled Tanganyika, later became the first Prime Minister of Tanganyika (now Tanzania); Barbara Ward, resident of Ghana, distinguished economist and writer, and lecturer at Harvard University; Ralph Bunche, Nobel Peace Prize winner and United Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs; Saville Davis, Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
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Ziara ndefu ya Mwalimu Julius Nyerere ya wiki tano nchini Marekani akiwa kiongozi wa TANU, mihadhara na mahojiano yake ktk ziara hiyo inaakisi ziara ya kiongozi wa CHADEMA ya Tundu Lissu. Imeamsha hamu ya kujua hatima ya Tanzania.

Wale wanaouliza ikiwa CHADEMA ipo tayari kuongoza nchi, tunaona ktk mahojiano hapo juu nchini Marekani mwaka 1959 Julius Nyerere wa TANU alikumbana na maswali hayo.

Tundu Lissu pia ktk ziara yake Marekani aliulizwa maswali juu ya utayari wa upinzani kuchukua dola kupitia sanduku la kura na akasema mbadala wa CCM wapo wengi tu kama utakuwepo uchaguzi huru na wa haki wa ngazi za vitongoji, ubunge na urais.

Hivyo ziara za viongozi wa vyama na serikali pia ktk nchi za nje za 'mabeberu' kutoa mihadhara na kujibu maswali ni sehemu ya uongozi na hatima ya nchi yetu.
 

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The Prospects of mankind ; Africa : Julius Nyerere interview (1959 )
Explores the problems of new independent African countries
Eleanor Roosevelt discusses Africa and the prospects for decolonization with Julius Nyerere, Barbara Ward, Ralph Bunche, and Saville Davis. Guests: Julius Nyerere, founder of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU), chief minister of British-ruled Tanganyika, later became the first Prime Minister of Tanganyika (now Tanzania); Barbara Ward, resident of Ghana, distinguished economist and writer, and lecturer at Harvard University; Ralph Bunche, Nobel Peace Prize winner and United Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs; Saville Davis, Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
Source: AfroMarxist
Kizazi cha kabla na baada ya Vita ya Kwanza ya Dunia na kabla ya vita ya pili ya duni kwa Afrika kilikuwa na upekee fulani, wasomi wengi walikuwa na uelewa wa mambo na walijua namna ya kuwabana wazungu. Mwalimu katika ubora wake kwenye mahojiano.
 

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The former Zambian president, Mr Kenneth Kaunda, has ended a hunger strike he began after being detained under emergency laws on Christmas Day, Tanzania's former president, Mr Julius Nyerere, said yesterday.

Mr Nyerere, a close friend of Mr Kaunda, visited him in the maximum-security prison in the town of Kabwe yesterday and the two shared a small meal.
"Together we had a nice drink of orange juice and a little biscuit. He broke his fast," Mr Nyerere told reporters after spending several hours with Mr Kaunda. He did not comment on the prisoner's state of health.
Mr Kaunda (73), who ruled Zambia from independence in 1964 until he was ousted in 1991 in the country's first multi-party elections, had been refusing food and water since his arrest last Thursday.
The Zambian government accuses him of involvement in a failed October coup attempt. Mr Kaunda has denied any connection with disaffected junior army officers who led the bid to topple President Frederick Chiluba.
Mr Nyerere said he had met President Chiluba after visiting Mr Kaunda in jail, but did not elaborate on the meeting.
Earlier, diplomats said Mr Nyerere, who arrived in Lusaka on Monday night with his wife Maria, was close to clinching a deal on Mr Kaunda's release after talks with Mr Chiluba on Monday.
Mr Kaunda appeared in court on Monday but his case was adjourned to Friday after his main lawyer collapsed.
Diplomats said Mr Nyerere's mission was part of an effort by eastern and southern African leaders to secure Mr Kaunda's freedom and lower the rising political temperature in Zambia.
Mr Nyerere, who ruled Tanzania from independence in 1961 until he retired in 1985, was a champion with Mr Kaunda of African liberation and pan-Africanism. Diplomats in Lusaka said Mr Nyerere's diplomatic initiative had the blessing of the United States, Britain and the Commonwealth, which have all criticised President Chiluba for Mr Kaunda's detention.
Source: www.irishtimes.com
 

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This is the speech given by Zambia's first president Dr. Kenneth Kaunda at Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa. This full version shows how the 89 year old former president is still the same in a many ways.
 

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bagamoyo,

..niliwahi kusoma mahali kwamba bila uwepo wa Mama Maria ktk msafara wa Mwalimu Nyerere, Mzee Kaunda asingesitisha mgomo wake wa kula chakula.

..Mwalimu Nyerere pia aliwahi kwenda Nigeria kujaribu kumtoa kizuizini Mzee Olusegun Obasanjo wakati wa utawala wa Gen. Sani Abacha.

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The Elliott School of International Affairs' Institute for African Studies welcomed Tanzanian opposition leader and chief whip Tundu Lissu for a conversation with students, faculty, and the community.
Venue :GWU Elliott School International studies
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The former Zambian president, Mr Kenneth Kaunda, has ended a hunger strike he began after being detained under emergency laws on Christmas Day, Tanzania's former president, Mr Julius Nyerere, said yesterday.

Mr Nyerere, a close friend of Mr Kaunda, visited him in the maximum-security prison in the town of Kabwe yesterday and the two shared a small meal.
"Together we had a nice drink of orange juice and a little biscuit. He broke his fast," Mr Nyerere told reporters after spending several hours with Mr Kaunda. He did not comment on the prisoner's state of health.
Mr Kaunda (73), who ruled Zambia from independence in 1964 until he was ousted in 1991 in the country's first multi-party elections, had been refusing food and water since his arrest last Thursday.
The Zambian government accuses him of involvement in a failed October coup attempt. Mr Kaunda has denied any connection with disaffected junior army officers who led the bid to topple President Frederick Chiluba.
Mr Nyerere said he had met President Chiluba after visiting Mr Kaunda in jail, but did not elaborate on the meeting.
Earlier, diplomats said Mr Nyerere, who arrived in Lusaka on Monday night with his wife Maria, was close to clinching a deal on Mr Kaunda's release after talks with Mr Chiluba on Monday.
Mr Kaunda appeared in court on Monday but his case was adjourned to Friday after his main lawyer collapsed.
Diplomats said Mr Nyerere's mission was part of an effort by eastern and southern African leaders to secure Mr Kaunda's freedom and lower the rising political temperature in Zambia.
Mr Nyerere, who ruled Tanzania from independence in 1961 until he retired in 1985, was a champion with Mr Kaunda of African liberation and pan-Africanism. Diplomats in Lusaka said Mr Nyerere's diplomatic initiative had the blessing of the United States, Britain and the Commonwealth, which have all criticised President Chiluba for Mr Kaunda's detention.
Source: www.irishtimes.com
Chiluba aliishia kuzalilika kwa kutaka aongeze muda wa urais, Kaunda yeye anapeta tu miaka zaidi ya 90 dunia hii hatari sana

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The Prospects of Mankind ; Africa : Julius Nyerere interview (1959 )
Explores the problems of new independent African countries
Eleanor Roosevelt discusses Africa and the prospects for decolonization with Julius Nyerere, Barbara Ward, Ralph Bunche, and Saville Davis. Guests: Julius Nyerere, founder of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU), chief minister of British-ruled Tanganyika, later became the first Prime Minister of Tanganyika (now Tanzania); Barbara Ward, resident of Ghana, distinguished economist and writer, and lecturer at Harvard University; Ralph Bunche, Nobel Peace Prize winner and United Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs; Saville Davis, Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
Source: AfroMarxist
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Over the years Mugabe has had a fair share of criticism and praise both abroad and home.
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