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Political Analyst and Professor

University of Dar es Salaam


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www.safety-reporter.com

Azaveli Lwaitama, a political analyst and retired professor at the University of Dar es Salaam, said children would continue working in risky environments as long as poverty persisted.
"Unless the government creates a better environment and economic opportunities for poor families surrounding mining areas they will still let their children work in mines. Child labor is here to stay," Lwaitama said.


www.ippmedia.com

Dr Azaveli Lwaitama, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) expressed his disappointment over government executives for misleading the Prime Minister on the students and doctors' grievances.
"Doctors did not strike, it's the executive decision to mislead the premier, who at last ended up giving a stringent warning that does not respond to their demands...the primer was supposed to suspend executives in the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare rather, who failed to respond faithfully to doctors than forcing doctors to resume work," he said.


www.trademarkea.com

Dr Azaveli Lwaitama, a senior lecturer with the University of Dar es Salaam, does not only see Tanzania as a stumbling block to EAC integration, but also as a follower, who is uncertain of his role in the ambitious project.
Another lawyer with St Augustine University of Tanzania (Saut) Patrobas Paschal concurs with Dr Lwaitama, saying Tanzania seemed insincere and ignorant of what exactly connects the country to the community.


www.ippmedia.com

Prominent academicians including University of Dar es Salaam Senior Lecturer Dr Azaveli Lwaitama said they don't see anything inherently wrong with the remarks.
"I agree with him if the context is right. However, ultimately, academia is bound to tell the truth however painful or unpleasant," he said, adding: "Academics are there to tell the truth, regardless of whether it annoys someone." Dr Lwaitama noted, though, that sometimes such comments could be interpreted as "a gag order meant to keep academics from criticising politicians". He said scholars cannot be forced to shut up out of some misguided sense of patriotism when things are going awry.


www.ippmedia.com

University of Dar es Salaam Senior Lecturer, Dr Azaveli Lwaitama said the resignation of the party's secretariat was a result of the CCM's poor leadership policies.
He dismissed the move as unlikely to bring changes within the party.


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