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‘Mitumba’ dealers trading in Morogoro town recently. Since the liberalised economy and large scale importation of secondhand clothing started in l986, most Tanzanians have been decently dressed. Although operated for profit, this is a business that has done more for the people in terms of helping extend their purchasing power, than many projects designed to reduce poverty in the country. (File photo)
Mitumba…let's keep this social salvation!
Jambo sana, and what’s held your interest in the media recently, for me it was the heading of ’East Africa moves to outlaw importation of used clothes’, but if you’re a nudist, or have never bought such garments, it mightn’t have held yours!.   The.
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Where is money driven politics leading us to?
The other day I spent several hours discussing Tanzanian politics with a friend of mine since our university days who has today turned into a bar counter ‘’revolutionary’’. Ndugu Maganga is one of the Tanzanians who believe that politics in our motherland.
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