Ever wondered how to best save money? Tanzania's social media users have an answer. Inspired by their president's thriftiness, they are saying: ask yourself #WhatWouldMagufuliDo.
Tanzania's new president John Magufuli appears to be capturing the imagination of the population with his unusual zeal for saving government money. Not even Independence Day celebrations have been spared. (08.12.2015)
More than a hundred thousand Burundian refugees in neighboring Tanzania face overcrowding and disease. Aid agencies say the lives of these refugees could be threatened by heavy rains and an increase of new arrivals. (23.11.2015)
There's a heated discussion going on in social media within Tanzania about upcoming elections - but you'd never know it. It happens in closed groups like WhatsApp. DW takes a peek at what they're talking about. (23.10.2015)
John Magufuli, already a social-media sensation for his austerity measures, surprised many by cleaning the streets of Dar es Salaam. He had cancelled Independence Day celebrations for a national cleanup drive.
#WhatWouldMagufuliDo? After his first 100 days in office, Tanzanian president Magufuli has made several reforms. He has made a big impact leaving other Africans hoping their leaders will follow his example.
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