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Speech by His Highness The Aga Khan at the Zanzibar Housing Seminar 1988-10-12

Hazar Imam addressing the opening of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Seminar in Zanzibar. President Hassan Ali Mwinyi off Ta
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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURE

It is many years since I last visited the historic island of Zanzibar, whose name alights all that is romantic in the imagination. It is with eagerness and gratitude that we will enter, even if only for a few days, into the culture and the historic buildings of Tanzania and Zanzibar to learn from them and to equip ourselves for our debate.

Closing Remarks by His Highness The Aga Khan for the Zanzibar Housing Seminar 1988-10-16

Mowlana Hazar Imam addressing the opening of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Seminar in Zanzibar. President Hassan Ali Mwiny
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It has been for all of us a very challenging experience to come to an island with such a multiplicity of history and to be able to listen to the problems of building in the developing world and how they are dealt with.

1997 Serena

1997 Serena

Hazar Imam visited Zanzibar 1997-03-15

Negotiating the Racial Boundaries of Khōjā Caste Membership in Late Nineteenth-Century Colonial Zanzibar (1878–1899)

This article explores late nineteenth-century identity formation and caste boundaries among the Khōjā of colonial Zanzibar. The central concern regarding children born to a non-Khōjā parent was what status, particularly regarding rights of inheritance, the multiracial children born of these relationships had within the caste structure. The case of Nasur Jesa v. Hurbayee suggests that the attitude toward these children was inconsistent; sometimes they were embraced,and at other times they were shunned by the Khōjā community.

Negotiating the Racial Boundaries of Khōjā Caste Membership in Late Nineteenth-Century Colonial Zanzibar (1878–1899)

Publication Type  Article
Year of Publication  2014
Date Published  2014
Authors  Akhtar, Iqbal
Original Publication  Journal of Africana Religions, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2014), pp. 297-316
Publisher  Penn State University Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/jafrireli.2.3.0297 .
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Florida International University

Key Words  chotara; jotawa; Khōjā; Zanzibar; Ismaili; Ithnā ʿAsharī; Aga Khan; firman; jamat

Forodhani Park

Forodhani Park

His Highness the Aga Khan and President Karume of Zanzibar review plans for the restoration of Zanzibar's seafront with Luis Monreal, General Manager of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture.
AKDN/Zahur Ramji

Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah begins journey by boat to Zanzibar

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Hazrat Mowlana Dhanni Salamat Datar Hadi-ul-Mehdi Saheb-ul-Amar Hazar Imam Sir Sultan Muhammad Datar departed from Marseilles on 24 June 1914 towards Zanzibar in the French steamer "Oxus". The same day Ismailis started celebrations in Zanzibar upon receiving this great news. The whole town was filled with joy and happiness and there was "Dhaam Dhoom" everywhere

Speech by H.H. The Aga Khan at the Inauguration of the revitalised Forodhani Park

Hazar Imam with Her Excellency Madame Shadya Karume - First Lady of Zanzibar  2009-07-30
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Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Rahim

His Excellency President Karume and Mrs. Karume
Honourable Deputy Chief Minister of Zanzibar
Honourable Chief Justice
Honourable Minister Mansour Himid, and I thank you for your very kind words
Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen

It is a distinct pleasure for me to be part of this great occasion - in this very special setting.

Speech by His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan At the official Opening of the Zanzibar Serena Inn 1997-03-15

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Zanzibar, Tanzania
March 15, 1997
Your Excellency President William Mkapa,
Your Excellency President Salmin Amour,
Honourable Ministers,
Your Excellencies,
Distinguished Guests

Aga Khan Foundation pulls out support for Zanzibar Government 2012-04-03

Forodhani Park, Zanzibar
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eTN Global Travel Industry News

Zanzibar gets new Tourism Minister
Apolinari Tairo, eTN Tanzania Apr 03, 2012

(eTN) – The spice and tourist island of Zanzibar has got a new Tourism Minister after a cabinent reshuffle announced Tuesday by the isle’s President, Ali Mohammed Shein.

Mr. Said Ali Mbarouk has been appointed the Minister responsible for tourism, information, culture, and sports, taking over from Mr. Abillah Jihad Hassan, who held this ministeral portfolio for the past two years.

Speech by Prince Amyn Mohammed at the Inauguration of the Zanzibar Serena Inn In the presence of Mowlana Hazar Imam-1997-03-15

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Your Excellency President Benjamin William Mkapa
Your Excellency President Salmin Amour
Your Highness (glancing towards Hazar Imam)
Your Excellencies
Honorable Ministers
Distinguished Guests

As Chairman of Tourism Promotion Services Zanzibar, the owner of Zanzibar Serena Inn, it is both an honour and a pleasure to welcome you here today for the official opening of the fifth Serena property in the United Republic to begin operations within the past twelve months.

Aga Khan meets Zanzibar president - THE AGA KHAN MEETS ZANZIBAR'S PRESIDENT - 2001-08-20

His Highness the Aga Khan and President Karume of Zanzibar review plans for the restoration of Zanzibar's seafront with Luis Mon

Consideration of the marine and maritime dimensions of Zanzibar's history and culture, broader tourism opportunities and major education projects were among the expanded development initiatives agreed by the Aga Khan, during a three-day visit to Tanzania.
In meetings with Zanzibar President Amani Abeid Karume and Chief Minister Shamsi Vuai Nahodha, the Aga Khan explored various cultural and economic development possibilities relating to the marine and maritime aspects of the island's history.

THE AGA KHAN MEETS ZANZIBAR'S PRESIDENT - 2001-08-20

AKDN has invested over TShs. 20 Billion in development in Zanzibar since 1988. Projects include: pre-schools on Zanzibar and Pem

Zanzibar: Consideration of the marine and maritime dimensions of Zanzibar's history and culture, broader tourism opportunities and major education projects were among the expanded development initiatives agreed by the Aga Khan, during a three-day visit to Tanzania.


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