latest blog posts
  3,June 2016
by  Frida Sixtus

VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE

Diversity can be considered as the art of thinking independently together. ... read more

  3,June 2016
by  Angela Francis

MY CULTURE, OUR CULTURE

There are so many things that make us Humans, our love, joy, happiness, sadness, falls and our mistakes they all contribute to the world we live in today. ... read more

  3 - June
by  Mayur Nai

You and I, we are all the same.

For the longest time and as far as I can remember, I have been called a lot of names and things just because of the color of my skin and how different I look. Did I fight back? ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Najma Juma

The line between History and Reality

History tells us our education system was terrible, yet the same education gave birth to legends. University students, the so called educated, still complain about the same education which brought them out of the village. The crowds of unemployed match to criticize the government over the same ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Angela Chizumi

TUJIELIMISHE

Taifa lililoelimika ni taifa lenye mtazamo wa maendeleo, hii kauli inadhuhirishwa pia na baba wa taifa alipozungumzia maadui wakubwa wa Taifa, ikiwemo Ujinga, maradhi na umasikini na tuyatazama kwa umakini mambo haya yanategemeana kwa hali ya juu. ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

Shule za Kata

Abubakary au kama wenzie hupenda kumuita ‘‘abou’’ ni mtoto wamiaka saba anaependa sana kusoma. Anatokea katika Wilaya ya pangani kijiji cha madanga. Kijijini madanga shule za msingi ni chache na hazina vifaa na hadhi zakuwa shule imefikia hatua viwanja vya kufanyia mazoezi vinabadirishwa kuwa ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

ELIMU BORA NA SIO BORA ELIMU

Nakumbuka miaka mitano iliyopita kiwango cha elimu Tanzania kilishuka kwa kiwango kikubwa sana. Baadhi ya vipengele katika elimu vilibadilika kabisa na kusababisha elimu yetu kupoteza uhalisia wa elimu bora. Katika elimu ya sekondari tuliona tulitoka kwenye division one hadi four, ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Kay Mbuya

Quality Education = Economic Prosperity

Jon Meade Huntsman, Jr an American politician, businessman said: “Economic prosperity and quality education for our children are inexorably linked”. That’s typically true. Every economy no matter how small needs educated people, not ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

Aboubacary aka Abou

Abubakary au kama wenzie hupenda kumuita abou ni mtoto wamiaka saba anaependa sana kusoma. Anatokea katika Wilaya ya pangani kijiji cha madanga. Kijiji madanga shule za msingi ni chache na hazina vifaa na hadhi zakuwa shule imefikia hatua viwanja vya ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

WHY QUALITY EDUCATION?

It was a cold and cloudy morning when I woke up out of my bed to go greet my parents thus, the African way of life that every morning when you wake up you have to go knock on your elder’s rooms to greet them and know how they’re doing. I went in my parents room after knocking my father told me that he ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Emmyrose Rugemamu

My School Days

Imani Primary school is the primary school I attended for my primary education it was a private school we had school buses to take us back home and it was an English medium school, my father was not the wealthiest man but he could at least afford that school which some it was an okay school and to others ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

ELIMU NI ZAIDI YA KWENDA SHULE

Kuna msemo mmoja wa wahenga unaosema “Elimu ni ufunguo wa maisha”, Pia nakumbuka rais wa kwanza Afrika ya Kusini ambaye pia ni miongoni mwa wanaharakati wa Africa aliwahi kusema kuwa “Education is the most powerful ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Robert Zephaniah

Embracing Diversity for Positive Change

Diversity can be defined as people coming together from different races, nationalities, religions and sexes to form a group, organization or community. A diverse organization is one that values the difference in people. It is one that recognizes that people with different backgrounds, skills, attitudes and experiences ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Radhia Malla

HESHIMA DHIDI YA TOFAUTI ZETU, NDIO MAENDELEO YETU!

Mara nyingi mambo mengi huwa hayaendi sawa na huchelewa kufanikiwa, kutokana na kutokuheshimiana kwa tofauti tulizonazo. Siri kubwa ya mafanikio ni kuheshimiana kwenye utofauti wa mawazo yetu, kwani utofauti wa mawazo ndio husababisha mafanikio ya jambo. Hata kipindi ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Nickson George

Mchanga Unajenga Nyumba

Tengeneza picha ya kwamba umeamua kuanzisha biashara flani ambayo either unashirikiana na ndugu zako kadhaa au umeamua kuajiri wafanyakazi watakao kusaidia kufanya huduma katika biashara hiyo,lakini kabla ya kuanza kwa biashara ,ukafikiria kuhitaji misingi ambayo itasimamia biashara hiyo ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

I wouldn’t fail

I used to have a comfort zone where I knew I wouldn't fail. The same four walls and busywork were really more like jail. I longed so much to do the things I'd never done before, but stayed inside my comfort zone and paced the same old floor. I said it didn't matter that I wasn't doing much. I said I didn't care for things like commission checks and such. I claimed to be so busy with the things inside the zone, but deep inside ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

Strength Lies in Differences, Not in Similarities

Am small, you’re tall, they’re in-between, we are young, they’re old, maybe fifty. They’re Hehe, they’re Haya, others they’re Chaga too, but they are all the same, like me and you. Some people are rich, some are poor, and some are fat, hey! And some are thin, it doesn’t matter the color of their skin ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Emmyrose Rugemamu

BEAUTY IN OUR DIFFERENCE

Just imagine if we all had the same thoughts, or if we had the same view on everything, nothing was different! Just the thought of that am bored already. So I got my first job the beginning of January this year, fresh from university so excited and energetic. The first days at work I had my opinions on things ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

NAHESHIMU MCHANGANYIKO

Siku zote umoja ni nguvu na utengano ni udhaifu, umoja hapa nazungumzia umoja wa kitaifa na kimataifa. Siku zote huwa naheshimu na ninafurahi kuona watu kutoka sehemu mbali mbali za dunia wanafanya kazi kwa umoja. Dunia imeshakuwa kijiji, tumeshakuwa ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Angela Chizumi

OUR DIFFERENCES IS OUR UNIQUENESS

We all different! And that’s okay, because in our differences is what makes us unique. I have learnt this through my own family members and friends ... read more

  15 April, 2016
by  Najma Juma

Our strength

In the beginning of February this year, I posted a status in Facebook .It says ‘’ dress in a way that makes you feel good’’ .Well, somebody responded to me immediately, a man of course ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Robert Zephaniah

Are you in good health?

Not being ill, is not good health. Good health is when there is a feeling of being happy, whole and complete – physically, mentally and spiritually. Taking medicines when unwell is not being healthy. It is ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

MASHAIRI YA MAKILLA: Afya yako ni deni

AFYA ukijaliwa, hilo ni deni tambua, Yafaa kuitumia, kwa yale yatayokufaa, Siku zikishatimia, thawabu kujivunia, Afya yako ni deni ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

Usalama Barabarani

Kuna matatizo mengi nchini Tanzania ambayo huwezi kuyasikia kwenye redio, huwezi kuyaona kwa televisheni, huwezi kuona bendera imeshushwa nusu mlingoti kwa ajili yake, huwezi kuona wacheza mpira wamevaa vitambaa mkononi kuashiria janga. Lakini ni majanga makubwa na yanahitaji kutambuliwa na kila mtu. ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Imani Rashid

Hauishi Kunishangaza

Sikumbuki sana ila ninaukumbuka upendo wako tangu kutungwa kwa mimba yangu. Kuna wakati ulisema na mimi, ukaniambia nitulie hukohuko tumboni nisijigeuzegeuze, nikatulia. Hukujua kama nitakuwa wa jinsia ya kike au kiume, lakini ulijifunza kunipenda. Nilikupelekesha hata ukaanza ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Emmyrose Rugemamu

My last check up

I remember it was the first days of May in 2012 when I just got accepted to university, was when I went have a full body check because it was a requirement for the university that I had to a checkup and after that I have not done a checkup, which makes it almost 4years since I had my last check up without being ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Radhia Malla

OUR HEALTH OUR DEVELOPMENT

Major progress has made on increasing access to clean water and sanitation, reducing malaria, tuberculosis, polio and the spread of HIV/AIDS. The sustainable development goals target by 2030, is to achieve universal health coverage including financial risk protection. ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

Changing the world

With the UN summit held 2015 on the sustainable development goals looming, about the 17 initiatives that could transform the world by 2030 were agreed. The number three goal is to “Ensure ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Najma Juma

Are you Sick?

Just like the crazy jam and crowds in the dusty streets of Kariakoo, it is in some peoples mind. Every morning is another day to sweat, struggle or beg. Some are already used to this game of no fame or wealth. The focus is to save only the belly. We call them employees, but they can’t pay fees, always ... read more

  8 April, 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

CONSERVE THE ENVIRONMENT TO SAVE LIVES

I felt very sad witnessing beautiful twins laying on the hospital bed helplessly struggling for their life, breathing their last breath. The room was filled with movements, nurses running up and down, trying to save these angles life. Chlorella is the devil that was taking the life of these kids. I saw the mother crying ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Robert Zephaniah

One Voice is needed to achieve zero hunger by 2030

Hunger is both a cause and a symptom of poverty. Damaged bodies and brains are a moral scandal and a tragic waste of economic potential. That hunger exists at all shows the urgency of redistributing ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Radhia Malla

IPI MAANA HALISI YA NJAA?

Asilimia kubwa ya watu wanaokumbana na tatizo la njaa duniani ,wanaishi kwenye nchi zinazoendelea, ambapo ni Zaidi ya 12.9% ya watu hao hupatwa na utapiamlo. Kinachosikitisha Zaidi ni kuwa, asilimia kubwa ya watu ambao hupoteza maisha kwa tatizo hilo ni watoto. Takribani million ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Najma Juma

Before they think for us…

The breath-taking beauty of Tanzania makes it easy to forget that Tanzania is categorised as a least developed and low-income food deficit country with more than 40 percent of the population living in chronic food-deficit regions ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

Rolihlahla: Our deepest fear

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

What is the problem?

I was born in a wonderful land of Mwl, Nyerere called Tanzania. The peaceful land, with strong fighters like Kinjikitile "Bokero" Ngwale and Adam Sapi Mkwawa. With the deep fantastic blue Tanzanite, that runs from ultramarine blue to light violet-blue and it found in only one country that is Tanzania. ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Iman Rashid

Struggles in Our Life

When I wrote “A Life before Death” I discussed a bit about the genesis of poverty, but now I have realized that: it is because of hungry people feel are poor. Hungry, a pressure to feed our body drives ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

HUNGER

“May you help me with anything to eat please, am starving” those were the words uttered by a little boy as he knocked the car window when I was driving back home. The boy looked very skinny and pale. I looked at that boy and felt very sad and touchy so I opened the window and gave him some cash to go buy something to eat ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Caroline Yust

WAGING WAR

Death by hunger is probably the worst of all deaths. Thus, a justifiable cause to wage war against it. Hunger hasn't been taking it easy on us as every year 3.1 children in the world are dying off hunger, ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Angela Chizumi

WHY HUNGER IN AFRICA WHILE WE ARE RICH?

Africa is the most blessed continent and better yet, it is blessed with a lot of resources, we have minerals, oil, tourist attractions with beautiful landscapes and on top of all we harvest food every year ... read more

  1 April, 2016
by  Emmyrose Rugemamu

Zero hunger!!

Sounds too dreamy next to impossible, but u know what? It is possible if its starts with you and me. If 1 out 4 children in the world suffer stunted growth and in developing countries the proportions can rise. ... read more

  25 March, 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

Kwanini Umasikini?

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  25 March, 2016
by  Robert Zephaniah

It's Our Minds That Are Poor

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  25 March
by  Frida Ngowi

THE AFRICAN ANTHEM

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  25 March
by  Kay Mbuya

Poverty

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  25 March
by  Agape Harry

What is Poverty?

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  25 March
by  Angela Chizumi

UMASIKINI WA KUSAIDIANA

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  25 March
by  Radhia Malla

POVERTY IS NOT AN ACCIDENT IS YOUR MIND SET

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  25 March
by  Zeynab Msumi

Tears Of Change

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  25 March
by  Imani Rashid

A Life Before Death

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  25 March
by  Mujuni Baitani

The Legacy

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  25 March
by  Najma Juma

2030 Agenda

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  25 March
by  Marianna Lawrence

Poverty Reduction Begins With You

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  18 Mar 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

MIMI NA MAENDELEO

Maisha ni safari ndefu ambapo kuna wakati wa furaha, amani na misukosuko . Ninachoamini ni kwamba kila mtu ana historia yake katika mafanikio ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Marianna Lawrence

I have a story to tell

Finding out about your natural talent is not that simple especially considering our African traditions and culture. ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

Tanzania Ndio Mimi, kwenye Tanzania Mpya

Moja kati ya hadhina kubwa tuliyojaliwa nayo binadamu ni vipaji. Bila kuona aibu nadiriki kusema kuwa ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Robert Zephania

When talent meets writing..

I love writing to bring about positive change in the community, what is called ‘Communication for Development’ approach. ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  EmmyRose

Scream till they hear!

Growing up I always found myself in trouble because of my mouth, be it because I spoke when I was not supposed to in class, ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Radhia Malla

KIPAJI CHANGU, MANUFAA YETU..!!

Ningumu sana kugundua kuwa kipaji kinathamani sana kwenye jamii, nahii inatokana na kuwa jamii nyingi haiamini kuwa vipaji husababisha mabadiliko chanya ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

Young Professor: What if an eye could be a body?

It’s a blessing that up today there are words used to refer on our lives. Even if I would not be a Christian, I would had not escaped those words. The words that age thousands of years but still live in today’s world. The first letter of Paul to the Corinthians; ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Najma Juma

Talent + Preparation

Anybody can be great because everybody has a talent and has a choice to serve the world. The myth of talent has made some people prosper while others perished. Is talent a bad thing? ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

NUSU NUSU

Kuna msemo mmoja wa wahenga unaosema eti “Nyundo inayotumika kujengea mara nyngi ndio hiyo hiyo itumikayo kubomolea”, kwa muda mrefu nilikuwa sijapata kuelewa maana ya msemo huo ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Mayur Nayi

With great power comes great responsibility.

As cheesy as the title is, when the first spider man movie came out, as a kid you can imagine my excitement just to go watch it on the big screen. ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Agape Harry

Dance like no one’s looking..

Dance like no one’s looking, Dance harder when they are ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

Love what you do!

Up to the day before yesterday my hardest thing to find was my talent, not until when I decided to write about this ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Kay Mbuya

Be Yourself

There is a clear difference between “talent” and “ideas”. According to Wikipedia, An “idea” is an image existing or formed in the mind. ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Iman Rashid

NAKUPENDA TANZANIA

Maisha ya mwanadamu huanza tangu siku anapozaliwa. Biblia inasema Mungu alimtambua mwanadamu hata kabla ya kuzaliwa. ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

THE ART OF COOKING THAT BRINGS FAMILY TOGETHER

“Eating is a necessity but cooking is an art”. For years now I have developed a cooking habit which I so much enjoy doing ... read more

  18 Mar 2016
by  Angela Francis

Talk For Life

I love to talk! I think everyone around me already knows that ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Basil Komu

Serikali Yangu!

Wakati nikiwa naishi kwa furaha,majivuno ya nchi yangu nzuri yenye utajiri na amani yakutosha na pia ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Caroline Yust

Je,uhuru wa kisiasa unachangia uchumi wa Taifa?

Je, ni kweli kwamba uhuru wa kisiasa unachangia kukua kwa uchumi wa taifa? ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Robert Zephania

EMANCIPATING WOMEN IS KEY TO DEVELOPMENT

Tanzania is among countries that are striving to advocate for and promote rights of women ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Mariana Lawrence

My voice

What democracy means to me is my participation that is through voicing my opinion. I feel a part of my government and my country ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Kamala Dickson

We should build our Democracy

The community speaks about who should be responsible for their community, before the introduction of new governance system in the world, people had the culture of who should be their leader, ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Mayur Nayi

You’ve got the power.

What comes to mind when I Democracy? What do you think of? What do you feel? ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Israel Alutte

Equal rights instead of FLOWERS

Browsing through twitter is like a taboo to me. Checking what’s going on in the world, or catching to things that interests me, ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Najma Juma

Our day

‘’Instead of fighting, we should be pulling together, and make this journey a joint endeavour. ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Caroline Yust

We are all equal

There may be days when I get up in the morning and things aren’t the way I had hoped they would be ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

Tupinge unyanyasaji kwa vitendo

Binadamu wote tuna haki sawa kwa mujibu wa Katiba ya Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania na sheria za kimataifa ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Mariana Lawrence

It’s time

I think we can all agree that the time for complacency is long gone, has passed and belongs to another era ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Basil Komu

Tanzania Na Demokrasia Bora Niitakayo

Kwa mtu wa kawaida sana akisikia neno siasa atapata wazo la vyama au chama flani katika eneo alilopo, ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Robert Zephania

In Magufuli, I see a democratic Tanzania

The development of any nation, including Tanzania, depends on several factors that determine whether the environment is friendly or not to foster change. ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Angela Francis

Democracy are PEOPLE

If Democracy we say is the system that people agreed on how to be lead, so it means Democracy is people and they are involves ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Radhia Malla

GENDER EQUALITY IN DEMOCRACY

Most of the time when we hear about democracy we all look into politics and consider about men’ only ,but fundamentally democracy has changed, ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Agape Harry

Hordes

Blaring horns, zooming by the road from motorcycles as they raised the flag of the party that won the Kawe constituency ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

DEMOCRACY “FREEDOM AT HAND”

During my days in secondary school, I have been hearing about the word democracy. ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

My thoughts on Democracy.

Elections are of utmost importance in any Democratic country. As we all know, democracy is defined as a government of the people, for the people and by the people. More ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

Jamii za kiraia: Utamaduni wa demokrasia ya kudumu

Tanzania ni nchi ambayo imekuwa na jamii za kiraia kwa lugha ya Kiingereza Civil Society, neno hili linaweza lisifahamike sana kwa wengi hapa nchini ingawa limekuwepo tangu enzi za ukoloni ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Iman Rashid

Does Democracy Help Development?

Yes we have the mouth to speak: to speak what is right, true and our consensus as a community. ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  Kay Mbuya

Oh Democracy!

Oh Democracy, You, most desirable bride among, Political systems, ... read more

  11 Mar 2016
by  EmmyRose

‘Government of the people, by the people, for the people’

Czeslaw Milosz a polish poet said ‘in a room where people unanimously maintain a conspiracy of silence one word of the truth sounds like a pistol shot’. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO SPEAK…..

As it turns out, Amina is a very typical domestic abuse victim. Sadly, Amina thinks this is love. Article 12 (1) and (2) of the United Republic of Tanzania 1977 articulates that all human beings ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Angela Francis

NASTAHILI KUTHAMINIWA

Huu ni muda sasa wakutambua thamani yangu, hakika ni sawa kabisa na wewe! Nikitazama sioni utofauti wetu, ni kipi kitutie dosari utu wetu na hata kutuwinda hivyo?. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Radhia Malla

EXPRESSION IS MY RIGHT BUT PARTICIPATION IS MY DUTY..!

There are so many challenges girls are facing especially in a time that they really want to speak about their issues, but they don’t have the freedom to talk either in their family or in a public. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Mayur Nayi

Voice Out…

The loud black sheep was what she was known as. Everyone kept their distance, because anywhere she went, trouble followed right behind like a shadow. They did not fear her; she was merely a small child. No, what they feared is what she expressed so loud and with pride. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

I can't wait...

I can’t wait to see Ashura go to school, I can’t wait to see the burden of her hard working mother being relived since she had to work three different jobs so as to be able to send Ashura to school. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

IMETOSHA SASA!!

Kwa muda mrefu sana sanaa ya Tanzania imekuwa ikifanywa kama shughuli fulani inayofanywa baada ya muda wa kazi na sio shughuli rasmi ya kiuchumi. ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Kay Mbuya

Bill of Rights—People Against the Government

Thomas Jefferson American Founding Father who was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence stated that ... read more

  26th Feb 2016
by  Agape Harry

Bill of rights: Right to Freedom and equality of human beings.

Let’s start with some basic human rights definitions. Human: noun A member of the Homo sapiens species; a man, woman or child; a person. ... read more

  19th Feb 2016
by  Kamala Dickson

Tanzania Youth National Council (TYNC).

Tanzania Youth National Council (TYNC) formation will act as an organ for the youth from diverse backgrounds to participate fully in Democratic processes and development issues. ... read more

  19th Feb 2016
by  Mujuni Baitani

Encourage Innovation.

One day I was angry, exhausted and lost. I had some expectation that did not come to success. ... read more

  19th Feb 2016
by  Mayur Nayi

The creative in you.

What is creativity? Can you be it? Are you born with it or can you learn it? For thousands of years we've been asking the same questions. Some search for it, others don't know it, few find it. ... read more

  19th Feb 2016
by  Najma Juma

What can we do differently now?

We are living in a culture entirely hypnotized by the illusion of time. Preoccupied with memory and expectation. We simply don’t pay attention to the present. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Angela Francis

STAND UP TALL

“There is no better place than home”, that’s what people says, This might be a comforting saying that many people use when things are getting tough and hard to chew them, but they forget that they left their homes at first place ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Qudrah Bernard

Environmental Activist

Currently the world as observed the increase on environmental pollution. These are the impact of human development activities such as shifting agriculture mining activities pastoralism construction of infrastructure and dynamite. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Mariana Lawrence

Equality vs Justice

Equality assumes everyone is the same, has the same abilities/talents, and the same history while justice doesn’t. Equality aims to promote fairness, but it can only work if everyone starts from the same level and needs the same help that means treating everybody equally. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Leyla Mchawe

This is the Answer

Tanzania my country is known as the cradle of humanity, the land of enormous ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity, the country that is rich in numerous natural resources and different climates and ecosystems, but it is also known for the problem of extreme poverty, illiteracy, ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Israel Alutte

IS YOUR CAPS LOCK KEY ON?

Back then when he was learning computers, he would often wonder why all the letters on the screen capitalized as he was learning how to type. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Kay Mbuya

Peace

What is peace? Peace is defined as freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquillity. Peace is like a boat anchored in the middle of nowhere and the sea is calm. Peace is a desire of all humans. And peace starts with you and me. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Leroy Sanyi

Tanzania.Bora.Initiative

Never was there ever a people, With a heart so simple ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Imani Rashid

Challenge the future with FEARLESS CONFIDENCE

I see many people, many youth, every day! Have fantastic ideas but in the morning they forgot everything and proceed living the same life style. We are important because of how effective we live. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Radhia Malla

UTAWALA BORA NI SISI…..!!!

Vijana wa kitanzania ni nusu ya jumla ya watanzania wote nchini lakini kuna changamoto kubwa sana kwetu vijana, hasa linapokuja swala zima la serikali na utawala bora. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Frida Ngowi

My perception

“If you want to change the fruits, you will first have to change the roots. If you want to change the visible, you must first change the invisible” by T. Harv Eker. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  EmmyRose

The eye of an ARTIST

Anyone can look at a bitter woman and see just the bitter woman, but only an artist dares to look beyond the bitterness to find just a young girl broken by the meanness of this word. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Eberhard Osward

Sisi ni LEO na KESHO ya TANZANIA

Kuna wakati najaribu kuwatazama na kujifunza vitu mbalimbali kutoka kwa wadudu, wanyama na hata mimea. Moja kati ya wadudu wanaonivutia sana ni mchwa. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Agape Harry

Unity

We have entered a new era in Tanzania, things are not the same as they were before. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Robert Zephania

We Need Freedom ‘AFTER’ Expression

"You have freedom of speech but freedom after speech, that I cannot guarantee" once said Idi Amin Dada, former president of Uganda. This quote speaks volumes about press freedom in many countries, unfortunately including my beloved Tanzania. ... read more

  19 Feb 2016
by  Ismail Biro

“We didn’t know.” “We missed it.” “It was a mistake.”

When failure strikes, excuses are subject to be raised, but, looking around from the source, almost always there is someone that did not take a corrective action. ... read more

  2-12-2015
by  Najma Juma.

WHO IS PATRIOTIC?

This is a question of today to the citizens of Tanzania which sounds like a myth but an awful reality. For about years patriotic feeling is associated with the love of one’s own country, where sacrifice of wealth and even life was involved. ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Kay Kanyandula

The role of politics in our lives

Usually when we talk about politics one doesn’t see how politics is deeply rooted in everything that we do and that which is in our direct world. ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Israel Alutte

How it should be.

The choice of many prevails. This is what democracy should be, though it’s not true in different parts of the world. In Tanzania, we have a saying that goes, “The choice of many is God’s choice,” I think this is true in our case. ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Ismail Biro

New Government, New Ways

Elections usually produce a most singular feeling for me. The voting experience has taught  me that an act of putting a tick in a box, next to a candidate’s name, is one aspect that  captures a very complex set of emotions ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Hassan Pukey

Tathmini ya uchaguzi kwangu

Kwanza nianze kwa kutoa pongezi kwa Tume ya Uchaguzi (NEC) kwa kazi nzuri walioifanya katika kipindi chote cha uchaguzi (Wakati wa kampeni, siku ya uchaguzi na wakati wa kuhesabu kura mapaka kutangaza matokeo). ... read more

  2 - 12 - 2012
by  Gwakisa mwambungu

Through Uchaguzi 2015

Walking through the path of the new leadership in Tanzania was an exciting journey. A journey full of tension, rivalry, and fear of shedding blood. ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Mujuni Baitani

Tanzania kisiwa cha amani

Maisha ya binadamu huwa na wakati, muda na nyakati. Yale masaa, dakika na sekunde zilizokuwa zinahesabiwa na watanzania wengi zilitimia kwa muda mfupi tu baada ya kupiga Kura kuchagua viongozi watakao tumikia taifa kwa miaka mingine mitano kama iliyo desturi ... read more

  2- 12-2015
by  Nickson George

Nimeshiriki

Kama kijana wa kitanzania nimeshiriki kwenye Uchaguzi huu wa mwaka huu kwa njia kubwa tatu tofauti.  Kwanza nilianza kushiriki kwa kuchukua jukumu la kuhamasisha watanzania  na vijana wenzangu kupitia  mitandao  ya Kijamii kuwahamsisha kujitokeza kwa wingi katika kupiga kura na kudumisha amani kama  ... read more

  24th Dec 2015
by  Radhia Malla

Kujitokeza kwa vijana kwa kiasi kikubwa.

Kujitokeza kwa vijana kwa kiasi kikubwa, kwenye michakato yote Kipindi cha uchaguzi na kujitokeza Kupiga kura mwaka huu ... read more

  24 Nov
by  Agape Harry

So what's next?

I voted for the first time this year, I felt a sense of empowerment as I was in that booth. I had this one thought that constantly ran through my head "You are deciding on what's best for your country". ... read more

  1 Nov
by  Najma Juma

I am a Peace ambassador

I was stuck for a second after seeing the long queue of people waiting to cast their vote. It was sunny and dusty, the faces of people filled with anxiety and happiness. I was a bit nervous, I did not know how to vote, I only had the theoretical guide in mind which seemed less practical until I approached the voting desk ... read more

  2 Nov
by  Lyen Charles

Siku ya uchaguzi

Ni alfajiri na mapema naamka nina furaha sana. Ile ndoto niliyokuwa ninaiota kwa muda sasa imetimia. Kiu niliyokuwa nayo inapata maji, njaa niliyoisikia leo inapata chakula. Oktoba 25 2015 ni siku niliyoisubiri kwa hamu na sasa imefika. ... read more

  6 Nov
by  Leroy Sanyi

Oh Snap!!

As I made my way for the exit door, I was suddenly overtaken by the intoxicating smell of tear gas. In a matter of seconds my eyes were red with pain and confusion. Panic seized my soul; the only thing louder than the voices of screaming Tanzanians, was the scary sound of gun shots ... read more

  7 Nov
by  Kay Kanyandula

The implemented and the non-implemented

“I believe corruption should be treated in almost the same way as you treat treason. If people cannot have confidence in their own government, if people can feel that justice can be bought, then what hope are you leaving them? The only thing they can do is to take up arms and remove that silly government. They have no other hope.” Mwalimu Julius Nyerere ... read more

  10 Nov
by  Ismail Biro

I Voted Again!

I voted again! 25th October 2015 was an important day in a way. I walk into my voting station and find thousands of Tanzanians waiting on long ques to exercise their voting right, slowly it moved, finally it was my turn, I was worried what if my name was not on the voters list but thank God after verification I was able to exercise my right ... read more

  10 Nov
by  Edgar Lushaju

Do Cats and Crows know?

It’s been two days since the elections happened, on 25th October 2015. I personally am enjoying the current tranquillity that is going on around town. Sure, there has been a little hustle here and there but in general it’s not the “300 Spartans” situation people had said it would be ... read more

  10 Nov
by  Angela Francis

Tanzania na uongozi mpya

Watanzania wameamua oktoba 25 mwaka 2015 kumteua kiongozi wamtakaye kwa kupiga kura ili aongoze kwa miaka mitano ijayo. Nikiwa miongoni mwa watanzania takribani milioni 22 nimepata nafasi kwa mara ya kwanza kumchagua kiongozi mpya atakayeshika atamu ya taifa hili ... read more