AfrikaYetu

An upcoming public and policy engagement non-profit consultancy focusing on Social, Political and Ecological Justice issues in Afrika. We work and stand in solidarity with communities in mineral rich areas in Afrika and other global south environments.

Bulldozing Tanzania into an Unplanned Majimboism

Tanzania, a country that built its reputation on self-reliance policies adopted in the 1967 Arusha Declaration, famously known as “Ujamaa”, may soon be crossing the bridge to “Majimboism”, unprepared. Following … Continue reading

Jul 16, 2019 · 1 Comment

Crazy Thoughts, Good Friday!

Today in Tanzania, and in other parts of the World where Judeo-Christian beliefs are practiced, everyone feels a sense of pain and Joy. Pain for a good man to be … Continue reading

Mar 30, 2018 · 2 Comments

Benevoluntourism & the mis-Readings of the ‘Postcolonial’ Environments

We do not need Benevoluntourists! What on earth is benevoluntourism, you ask?  Benevoluntourism is the ‘new’, in my view, neoliberal capitalist philanthropic movement. This genre combines charitable acts, buttressed in … Continue reading

Jun 28, 2016

Religion, Politics and Leadership: a complex balance

The last discussion left me asking the following questions: what exactly is the reason for religion? Why does the human society, some part of it, want/need to practice religion? Any … Continue reading

Jun 28, 2016

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