Zanzibari


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Zanzibari

(ˌzænzɪˈbɑːrɪ)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Zanzibar or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Zanzibar or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Zanzibar
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Adventurous diners can expect to feast on everything from chicken wings Lebanese style to Palestinian meatballs, plantain fritters with spicy West African hot sauce, Zanzibari sweet potato and French beans with roasted fresh coconut, South African Bobotie minced lamb pie, Vietnamese Banh Khot (mini pancakes wrapped in greens with a spicy relish) and Mumbai street food like aubergine bhajia, ragdo pattice patties and patrani maachi (steamed fish wrapped in banana leaf ).
The tables are stacked with parcels of Zanzibari biryani and pilau, mandazi bread, samosa and kachori, ready to be picked up by people who have placed orders.
The bread basket features breads from Sur, Baluchi and Zanzibari traditions.
Many Zanzibari youth have now joined the business either as wholesalers or retailers.
Abdullah bin Nasser al-Harrasi, Chairman of the Public Authority for Radio and Television (PART) received in his Office today Said Ali Mubarak, Zanzibari Minister of Information, Culture, Tourism and Sports and his accompanying delegation, currently visiting the Sultanate.
Bagamoyo was the main port on the mainland during Zanzibari rule and was famous as a slaving port.
Impressed by the skills of the Zanzibari rural women in assembling, installing and maintaining solar lamps for providing electric power to nearly 100 homes in rural Zanzibar after their training under India's ITEC programme, Dr.
The effort also includes current and former African heads of state, including Zambia's founding president, Kenneth David Kaunda, former Ethiopian President Girma Wolde-Giorgis, and former Zanzibari President Amani Karume, and mission members from the private sector, Dr.
Some have blamed Zanzibari separatist organisation Uamsho (Awakening) for the unrest.
The book ends with a description of the collective hunger strike and exodus of most African students due to the beating of a Zanzibari student by the Chinese in March 1962.
In October 2011, mainland and Zanzibari authorities came to an agreement to share a single financial intelligence unit (FIU), and established a national AML/CFT Center to serve as this authority.
Stoltzfus RJ, Chaway HM, Montresor A, Albonico M, Savioli L and J Tielsch Malaria, hookworms and recent fever are related to anemia and iron status indicators in 0- to 5-y old Zanzibari children and these relationships change with age.