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Tanzania's Masai: From warriors to hairdressers

Works Minister John Magufuli, CCM Party

A series of decisions taken by Tanzania under President John Magufuli have hit Kenya where it hurts most.

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Tanzania president John Magufuli helps sweep the streets outside state palace

Tanzania president John Magufuli helps sweep the streets outside state palace - Telegraph

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Tanzania civil servants locked up for lateness

John Magufuli, then the CCM party's presidential candidate in Tanzania - July 2015

Top News: "TANZANIA: John Magufuli Faces CCM Challenges" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/John-Pombe-Joseph-Magufuli-Tanzania-Politics-News-790x395.jpg - Prof George Shumbusho of Mzumbe University says given what he has done and achieved in the government, Dr Magufuli will not fail to change the ruling party. on Politicoscope - http://politicoscope.com/2016/06/23/tanzania-john-magufuli-faces-ccm-challenges/.

John Magufuli addresses delegates after the ruling party Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) elected him as the presidential candidate for the October 25 election in the capital Dodoma, July 12, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

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Tanzania president John Magufuli helps sweep the streets outside state palace

Tanzania president John Magufuli helps sweep the streets outside state palace - Telegraph

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Tanzania President John Magufuli helps clean streets

Tanzania's new President John Magufuli joins hundreds of residents in the main city Dar es Salaam to take part in a public clean-up operation.

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Tanzania's Magufuli scraps independence day celebration

Tanzania's newly elected President John Magufuli cancels independence day celebrations, and orders a clean-up campaign instead.

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Tanzania bridge 'liberates commuters' in Dar es Salaam

The 680m (2,230 ft) bridge links the city centre with southern neighbourhoods across the Indian Ocean. Tanzania's leader John Magufuli hailed it as a "liberation" for residents in the city of more than four million. The Chinese firm which built the $140m (£98m) structure says it is East Africa's longest cable-stayed bridge.