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A Tanzanian citizen is anyone who is in possession of citizenship to the United Republic of Tanzania. Nationality law is mentioned in the Constitution of Tanzania. The citizenship law was first implemented after independence in 1961 and amended in 1964, when Tanganyika and Zanzibar united to form Tanzania.
Mwananchi Communications Ltd is a company based in Tanzania. Mwananchi Communications Ltd, engages in the print media and radio, and is the publisher of Tanzania's leading daily newspaper, Mwananchi (in Swahili), and others such as The Citizen, Sunday Citizen, Mwananchi Jumapili, and Mwanaspoti.
English-language newspapers, with online versions, include The Citizen and The Guardian. Swahili dailies Tanzania Daima and Mwananchi are also available. Business Times is the only financial and economic newspaper in the city; it was established in 1988 and became the first private newspaper in Tanzania.
Article 39(1) of the 1977 Constitution requires candidates to be Tanzanian citizens by birth, at least 40 years old, be nominated by a political party of which they are a member, be qualified to be an MP or a member of the Zanzibar House of Representatives, and not have any convictions related to tax evasion.
Mwanza, also known as Rock City to the residents, is a port city on the southern shore of Lake Victoria in north-western Tanzania.With an urban population of 1,120,000 in 2020, it is Tanzania's second largest city, after Dar es Salaam.
a) he is a citizen by birth in accordance with the citizenship law; b) he has attained the age of forty years; c) he is a member of, and a candidate nominated by, a political party; d) he is qualified to be [an] MP or a Member of the House of Representatives; e) he has not been convicted by any court for any offence relating to tax evasion.
A group known as the Citizens for the Incorporation of Providence Village (CIPV) was formed to inform citizens, neighboring cities, and county officials of the effort. The CIPV was led by Brian Roberson, Clint Shipp, Eddie Navy, Lisa Garcia and Phillip Mack Furlow, and included over 100 volunteers.
A 200 tz shillings front. In 1966, coins were introduced in denominations of 5, 20 and 50 senti and 1 shilingi, with the 5 senti struck in bronze , the 20 senti in nickel-brass (copper-nickel-zinc) and the 50 senti and 1 shillingi in cupro-nickel .