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From ‘bulldozer’ to forklift, Tanzania appears to be in safe hands

From ‘bulldozer’ to forklift, Tanzania appears to be in safe hands

Samia Suluhu Hassan at her swearing-in ceremony in Dar es Salaam. (AFP)

Samia Suluhu Hassan’s sudden emergence as Tanzania’s third Muslim and first woman president has brought global attention to her nation of 60 million. Of course, women in Tanzanian politics is nothing new and Hassan stands on the shoulders of the likes of Bibi Titi Mohammed, a freedom fighter in the country’s struggle for independence, and Lucy Lameck, who became the first woman to hold a cabinet position in Tanzania’s government in 1967.
Within the wider African context, Hassan’s new position is more evolution than revolution. Her presidency comes as more and more women are…

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