He recounts the dilemma "Naturally I knew that being an accounts clerk was below my ambition and potential [since I knew] that upon my completion of my A' Levels studies I would definitely have made it to the celebrated Makerere College in Uganda for an Economics Degree." "Yet, the idea of going abroad was thrilling and exciting for me and I guess for any young Tanganyikan
at that time.
Spectacular failure--such as that of the Tanganyikan
groundnut scheme, when the British government invested heavily in trying to produce peanuts in a soil and climate totally unsuited to them--gave planners no pause.
Geometric morphometric analyses provide evidence for the adaptive character of the Tanganyikan
cichlid fish radiations.
(2006) 'Ustaarabu: a conceptual change in Tanganyikan
newspaper discourse in the 1920s' in R.
The legendary Tanganyikan
game warden George Rushby faced many such--the man-eaters of Njombe--until his skill with a rifle proved them to be "mere" lions (they still managed to eat around 1,500 people, though, while the local witchdoctors were claiming all the credit).
There was also another leader from the Tanganyika and Zanzibar delegation who supported Malcolm X in Cairo; (26) Abdulrahman Babu, the Tanganyikan
and Zanzibar Minister met Malcolm at the conference for the first time, and they became good friends.
The first airlift, with 79 Kenyans, one Ugandan and one Tanganyikan
, arrived in New York from Nairobi on 9 September 1959.
TANU Women Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan
My last "Letter to the Editor" took a nationalistic tone and demanded that Uganda form its own youth group, like the Chinese "Red Guards" and the Tanganyikan
He illustrates this postcolonial style with an example of Indian and Tanganyikan
leaders tutoring the new citizens of their respective nations how to sing the national anthem correctly.
The late Cenozoic Thiaridae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Cerithioidea) of the Albertine Rift Valley (Uganda-Congo) and their bearing on the origin and evolution of the Tanganyikan