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Tanzania at 60: a model of co-existence held back by political rigidity

By David E Kiwuwa, Associate Professor of International Studies, University of Nottingham
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Tanzania gained its independence on 9 December 1961 after 71 years of colonial administration, first under Germany and later Britain. At independence the country had only 11 indigenous university graduates and 71% of the senior civil service were expatriates.

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