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  • Diamond Platnumz

    Known for such hit singles as "Number One" and "Kamwambie," this Afropop and Bongo Flava (hip-hop and R&B) vocalist received a total of fifteen awards at Tanzania Music Awards ceremonies held between 2010 and 2014.

    Diamond Platnumz

  • Alikiba

    Singer known for the release of his album Ali k 4 Real. He also endorsed the African company Airtel Africa alongside <a title='R Kelly' href='/famous/r-kelly.htm'>R Kelly</a> in 2010. In 2012, he won Best Zouk / Rhumba Song at the Kili Music Awards.


  • Nisha Nayar

    Television actress known for starring as Elaine in the BAFTA-nominated children's series The Story of Tracy Beaker. She is also well-recognized for her appearances in legendary series Doctor Who in 2005 and for the audio adventure "Harvest of the Sycorax."

    Nisha Nayar

  • Vanessa Mdee

    Tanzanian singer and TV host known for her work on Epic Bongo Star Search. Her debut single "Closer" charted for 13 straight weeks. In 2015, she was honored with awards at the African Muzik Magazine Awards, All Africa Music Awards, Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards and Tanzania Music Awards.

    Vanessa Mdee

  • Hasheem Thabeet

    Tanzanian-born 7'3" center who was a standout defender and rebounder at the University of Connecticut before being selected 2nd overall in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Memphis Grizzlies.

    Hasheem Thabeet

  • Jakaya Kikwete

    Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete is the current President of the United Republic of Tanzania who succeeded Benjamin Mkapa. He was elected on a CCM ticket, a party that is very popular in that country. The lively East African President is credited with a lot of changes and transformations in the East African state. The President is hailed to be out going, down to earth, accessible and media friendly. He hails from a leader's family and probably that is the reason he rose through the ranks to become Tanzania's most powerful man. His grandfather, Mrisho Kikwete was a local chief. His father was a District Commissioner during the colonial days, Regional Secretary and then an Ombudsman when Tanzania got its independence. There is no doubt that he learnt much of his leadership from these two highly influential personalities in his life. All along his school life, he was effortlessly elected into leadership positions and this led to his easy election in CCM and TANU youth wings after graduating from school. He is now in his second term, in power, after winning decisively during the last general elections. The professional economist has also been elected as head of regional organizations like the chairman of the AU and SADC

    Jakaya Kikwete

  • Herieth Paul

    Tanzanian print and runway model who became known as the face of Maybelline as their New York brand ambassador. She has appeared in editorials worldwide such as Elle Canada, Vogue Japan and Italy, and Harper's Bazaar UK.

    Herieth Paul

  • Marin Hinkle

    Marin Hinkle is an American actress who is popularly known for portraying the character of ˜Judith Harper-Melnick' in the American television sitcom ˜Two and a Half Men', alongside Charlie Sheen. During her long career spanning over two decades, she has appeared in over thirty films and as many television shows. Some of her notable works include ˜Breathing Room', ˜I'm Not Rappaport', ˜Frequency', ˜The Next Big Thing', ˜The Haunting of Molly Hartley', ˜Once and Again', ˜Deception' and ˜Speechless'. While growing up, Marin aspired to become a ballerina dancer in future but an unfortunate accident shattered her dreams. However, the unfavorable situation did not break her spirit and the gutsy young lady decided to build a career for herself in the acting field. Her parents encouraged her to get a professional degree in this field and thus she proceeded to attend New York University's Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts.

    Marin Hinkle

  • Tiggs Da Author

    Born Adam Muhabwa, he is a rapper blending jazz and soul who leads a nine-piece band. He became well known for singles called "Georgia" and "Run."

    Tiggs Da Author

  • Salma Kikwete

    Tanzanian politician who worked as a teacher for a number of years and became the 4th First Lady of Tanzania in 2005.

    Salma Kikwete

  • Lava Lava

    East Africa rapper notable for songs called "Tuachane," "Kilio," "Utatulia," and "Dede." His music on YouTube has been viewed more than 53 million times.

    Lava Lava

  • Rachel Luttrell

    Actress who played Teyla Emmagan on sci-fi television series Stargate Atlantis.

    Rachel Luttrell