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Swallehe Msuya was a senior staff writer at Mshale with extensive media experience in his native Tanzania. He was a general assignments writer. Investigative stories that Mshale undertook were normally his responsibility. Swallehe passed away in Sept. 2009 at the age of 61. Mshale will forever miss his tenacity and wisdom.

Old Guard Won’t Lose Teeth in the United States of Africa

The envisaged United States of Africa is one huge country that stretches from Cape Town to Cairo and from Mogadishu to Cape Verde encompassing 53 sovereign states. This is the…

Minnesota Muslims Mark Eid-el-hajj With Prayers

Minnesota Muslims Mark Eid-el-hajj With Prayers

The Islamic holiday celebrates Prophet Abraham’s faith and his obeying of Allah’s command to sacrifice his only son.…

Africa’s Hope for Unity Lies in Information Technology

‘During the 19th century Industrial Revolution, Africa remained what economists call a laggard …Africa cannot afford to lag behind in this revolution.’…

Tanzanian Filmmaker Kibira Making “Bongoland” Sequel

Tanzanian Filmmaker Kibira Making “Bongoland” Sequel

Up-and-coming Tanzanian moviemaker and Minnesota resident, Josiah Kibira, is working on finishing touches for his third movie shot on location in his country of birth. The title of his movie…

Minnesotan Somali Declares Candidacy for Somalia’s Premiership

Minnesotan Somali Declares Candidacy for Somalia’s Premiership

Abdurahman Ali Osman, a peace-activist and businessman in Minnesota, has announced plans to go back to his native Somalia to vie for the vacant post of Prime Minister following the…

PATIS Did Africa Proud

The three-day Pan African Trade and Investment Summit (PATIS) that took place in Minneapolis last month, the first of its kind, has come and gone! The energetic organizers of this…

Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadhan With Prayers and Sharing

Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadhan With Prayers and Sharing

MINNEAPOLIS – Muslims in the Twin Cities joined their 1.5 billion brethren across the globe Saturday to celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadhan with congregational prayers and…

Africa a Safe Continent for Investment

A Pan-African Trade and Investment Summit panel discussion on models of doing business in Africa conducted by Minnesota businesspersons concluded that contrary to negative publicity about Africa, the continent was…

Tanzanian Consul Unveils $100 Million Project

Tanzanian Consul Unveils $100 Million Project

MINNEAPOLIS – An ambitious $100 million project dubbed “World Trade Center Great Lakes & Kilimanjaro International” is to be built in Northern Tanzania, an official said.…

African Prestige

I may not be a historian, but I love history. History helps me put the dots together to create a clearer perspective of what happened yesterday. By derivative reasoning, I…

Tanzanians Trade Food for Financial Advice

Tanzanians Trade Food for Financial Advice

The generosity of the Tanzanian people resident in Minnesota was manifest Saturday as they entertained their friends at “A Taste of Tanzania”, an event that had more food than the…