Dar as Salaam University College, previously a constituent part of the University of East Africa, gained its academic independence at the beginning of July.
SV Mr. Mgonja Education Minister and party
LV Mr. Mgonja meets the new Vice Chancellor Mr Msekw and others
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Background: Dar as Salaam University College, previously a constituent part of the University of East Africa, gained its academic independence at the beginning of July. Yesterday (Monday), Tanzanian Education Minister Chediel Mgonja visited the college a the start of its first year of academic independence.
The two other colleges making up the East African University -- at Nairobi and Kampala -- have also become independent this year.
Dar es Salaam University College was originally built with the help of British and West German aid. Facilities include an excellent observation and a swimming pool.
Mr. Mgonja toured the campus with the new college Vice Chancellor, Mr. Pius Mzekwa, formerly executive secretary of the ruling TANU party.