By Al Noor Kassum
The Sixties have been a tumultuous interval within the background of Africa as one state after one other gained independence from the colonial powers. This used to be quite real of Tanzania because it sought to carve out a task for itself among conflicting ecu and inter-African pursuits. It used to be in those striking instances that Al Noor Kassum rose to turn into a admired political determine in newly self sustaining Tanzania. Hand-picked through Julius Nyerere - later to turn into the country's first President - to run for elections on a Tanganyika African nationwide Union price tag, he launched into a occupation that introduced him to prominence nationally and internationally.Africa's Winds of swap files the adjustments that experience taken position in Tanzania from the center of the twentieth century to the current day, during the prism of an East African Asian adventure. the writer sheds new mild at the personality and legacy of Julius Nyerere, who emerges as considerably diverse from the stereotypical anti-Western firebrand which grew to become his snapshot within the West.Africa's Winds of switch deals a desirable own historical past of a distinct African country at a severe level in its improvement.
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Among those in Tanganyika were the families of Habib Punja; Hussein Nasser Shariff; Jaffer Haji, who owned a jeweller’s shop and also sold ivory and carpets; and, of course, my father. In Zanzibar the wealthy families included those of Count Abdullah Shariff, Count Abdullah Hasham Gangji and Count Jindani. The wealthy Kenyan families included those of Count Fatehali Dhala; Sir Eboo Pirbhai; Ahamad Mahommed; Hasham Jamal; and Suleman Virjee. The money raised during the Diamond Jubilee provided the core capital to set up institutions such as the Diamond Jubilee Investment Trust, which then provided low-interest loans to enable members of the community to build or purchase their own homes.
He also thought that, as a married man, I had an obligation to continue earning an income to maintain my family. Besides, my brother was not interested in the shop and my father had hoped that I would continue the business tradition he had started. He warned me that if I decided to go, he would not pay the costs. After several acrimonious discussions, I told him that I intended to consult the late Aga Khan for his advice. I therefore wrote to His Highness, explaining my situation, and I received a reply in a letter dated 13 September 1950.
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Africa's Winds of Change: Memoirs of an International Tanzanian by Al Noor Kassum
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