Tanzania President Magufuli comes under attack over censorship

Even as Tanzania sees a turnaround in many areas, critics express concern over President John Magufuli's tactics.

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    Tanzanian President John Magufuli has brought radical changes to the country since he came to power three years ago.

    He has introduced ways to save money, waged a war on corruption and gotten rid of so-called government "ghost workers".

    But a clampdown on other areas, from politics to media and even sexual morality, is leading some to criticise him.

     

    Al Jazeera Catherine Soi reports from Dar es Salaam.


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