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    Posted 5 days ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    hi guys whats up

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    Posted 6 days ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    Outline the major changes in man's life during the last stone age 

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    Tyson Lwansika   Posted on 2 days ago

    What is better

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 6 days ago

    Development of agriculture
    Man lived in a large territory
    Development of trade eg bater trade
    Establishment of social and political organizations

    Posted 1 week ago in Form 2

    African And The External World

    What are vootrekers are they the same to boerstrekers

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 6 days ago

    Yes guys

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 2

    Interactions Among the People Of Africa

    Explain  measures  which  may  raise  the productivity of  pastoralism  in Africa?

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    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    goodnight guz i will miss u all byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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    Careen Temba   Posted on 6 days ago

    Same

    TEDDY CHARMS GAUDIONCE   Posted on 1 week ago

    asante baba rena

    Anicetha George   Posted on 1 week ago

    same with me Cris

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Nyte renatus

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    The reasons and function of the colonial military forces in tanganyika

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Provide security
    Enforcement of labour
    Ensured loyality and obidience to colonial rule

    Sophia Sapp   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    to provide security to the colonialists and punish those who oppose the colonialism

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 1

    Development Of Economic Activities And Their Impact

    What is the effect of fire to man during the middle stone age 

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    For cooking
    Protection
    Insulation during cold season
    For sharpening tools

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    protection and cooking meat

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 2

    African And The External World

    What is  boers  trek

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Movement of Dutch speaking people from cape of good hope to Central of South Africa due to British occupation of cape of good hope

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    Hey guys I'm new 

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Welcome

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Hello

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Industrial Capitalism

    Why did company rule in east Africa fail

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    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    African resistance
    Expenses
    Un experience in rulling

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 4

    Nationalism And Decolonisation

    What's biafra

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Biafra
    => is the region of south eastern part of Nigeria, formerly a local government region, it was seceded in the formation of its own independent country (1967–70) during the Civil War, but defeated by Nigerian government forces.
    The republic of Biafra was never successful diplomatically, but there few African nations gave official recognition i.e. Tanzania, Zambia, Gabon and Côte d’Ivoire ( au hujulikana kama Ivory cost).

    Beatrice I think I tried to answer your question

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Development Of Social And Political Systems

    who was the leader of ngoni migration?

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Same answer!

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Zwangedaba and mputa maseko

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    zwangedaba

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Industrial Capitalism

    i would like to know the meaning of legitimate trade

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    Rey Saly   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    enx guyz 4 ur answers and thoughts

    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Legitimate trade
    =>The Legitimate trade was a commercial relation between Europeans and Africans soon after the abolition of slave trade during the 19th century. This trade was called legitimate i.e (legit/legal) which means it replaced illegal (Illegitimate) trade which was SLAVE TRADE

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Is the system of exchage btn goods for money

    Joey Bilika   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    it was trade conducted in Africa since after the abolition of slave trade in Africa where by people now start the free trading system in which Africans had to produce for their own but the people from abroad came and traded the crops and other resources in Africa

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    Write five sources of historical information .

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    Esther Alfa   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Written records , Historical site, museum, oral tradition, and archives

    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    my continuation from Jessie's answer;
    => Anthropology
    => Linguistic
    => and Audio-visual record e.g. Cassets, Cd's, TV program and so on.

    Renatus Philimon   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    simple and clear zainab

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    HAWAMO

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Interactions Among the People Of Africa

    Wana history hatuko makini kabsa

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Kaka Mathew embu fafanua kidogo kivipi hatuko makini?

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Industrial Capitalism

    where did the moresby treaty be signed

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    The Moresby Treaty in 1822,
    The Hamerton Treaty in 1845,
    => finally on 5th June 1873 the treaty signed between the British Consul in Zanzibar, Sir John Kirk, and Sultan Barghash made slave trading illegal.
    => on 1889 all former slaves were declared free men and the status of slave was abolished in 1907 in British East Africa.
    => In Tanganyika the status lasted another 15 years until the end of German rule when the country became a British Protectorate in 1922.

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Moresby 1822
    Harmatton 1845

    Ibrahim Samgilo   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    The moresby treaty of 1822 was signed inzanzibar

    Posted 4 weeks ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    A  person who studies history is called?

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    same answer

    Beatrice Laizer   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Historian

    Young Coco Swam   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    Historian

    Ednah Ndung'u   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    historian

    Posted 4 weeks ago in Form 4

    Changes In Political, Social And Economic Policies In Africa After Independence

    African country have been suffering economical,social,and political as the result of being member of the UN explain reason to justify this statement

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    Posted 4 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    guyz is 19ths century conference had negative effects to Africa

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    Christian Leonard   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Ezekiel your question is not well organized, anyway just let me answer how I understand it:
    => Yes, and the conference had negative effects to Africa in 19th century is Berlin Conference of 1884–1885.
    The artificial drawing of African political boundaries among European powers in the end of the 19th century – led to the partitioning of several ethnicities across newly created African states.
    The partitioned ethnic groups have suffered significantly longer and more devastating civil wars.

    Zainab Ghasia   Posted on 4 weeks ago

    it made them lost control of their continent

    Posted 4 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    zainab I have seen thanks dear

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