Nyerere, Julius Kambarage, 1922-1999 (President of Tanzania)
- Existence: 1922-1999
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Series — Box: CLX-A-760
Scope and Contents This series is composed of 10 black and white exhibition photographs taken by Matt Laver, photographer, Edinburgh. They feature: costume and dance; Wole Soyinka; Julius Nyerere; Jackson Hlungwani; an Adzido dance workshop; a spirit talk; Kinsi Abdulleh; a Lamu snake dance; Lorna and Jenny; and Mara.
Dates: Second half of the 20th century
Scope and Contents Folder contains: Transcript of the Address; Transcript of the Response by Professor Kenneth King; Invisitation; Bulletin Article; Flyer; Letter from Secretary to the University to Professor Kenneth King; Letter from Secretary to the University to Pravina King; 2 Audio Tapes of the Lecture...
Dates: c 1996-1997
Scope and Contents Interview with then Prime Minister of Tanzania, Julius Nyerere, by an unknown student. It runs for approximately 20 minutes. The intyerview itself runs for just over 7 minutes and focuses on education. The remainder comprises silent footage taken at various locations.
Fonds — Multiple Containers
Content Description These papers consist of correspondence, publications, articles, pamphlets, reports and newsletters relating to the Ruvuma Development Association (RDA) of Tanzania in the 1960s. There are a small number of letters to and from Julius Nyerere himself, as well as correspondence with other key actors in the history of the RDA. Also included is some research material related to Ralph Ibboott's subsequent publications on the subject. ...
Several Events including: Visit of Professor Wole Soyinka, Visit of His Excellency Julius Nyerere, Sculpture at the Edinburgh College of Art, Adzido Dance Workshop and The Scotland Africa '97 Concert at the Quad, c 1996-1997