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Dr Johari Hakimu is a lecturer in the department of Languages and Communication Studies at Mzumbe University. She holds a PhD in Kiswahili attained from the University of Dodoma, Master degree in Linguistics and a Bachelor of Arts with Education degree (B.A Education), both attained from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She has the ability to work on various areas of Kiswahili Linguistics, Kiswahili language editing, translating various texts (Kiswahili and English), reviewing educational books as well as journal papers. She has published various journal papers which can be visited via GoogleScholar.
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Issaya Lupogo is a holder of PhD in Kiswahili, Master of Arts in Linguistics (English), and Bachelor of Arts with Education (Kiswahili and English); all degrees attained from University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Currently, Lupogo is a Lecturer in the Department of Languages and Communication Studies at Mzumbe University, Tanzania. He is also an Acting Coordinator of Outreach Services, Marketing and Collaborations in the Directorate of External Linkages and Community Engagement at Mzumbe University. Lupogo is a consultant and he has undertaken number of projects/assignments in translation (Kiswahili & English), language (Kiswahili & English) editing, qualitative research, and teaching methodologies. Moreover, Lupogo is the Chief Editor of one of the AJOL based journals called Chama cha Lugha na Fasishi ya Kiswahili Tanzania (CHALUFAKITA) journal (https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jclfkt/about/editorialTeam).
He also hosts different based Kiswahili talk-shows in televisions and radios (https://www.instagram.com/tv/CH1yCXuDNch/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link). Also, he is invited in various Kiswahili discussions in various televisions and radios (here https://youtu.be/xTdlZ8-mdDY). Moreover, he has a Column in Mwananchi Newspaper where he publishes articles about Standard Kiswahili every week (https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2455048447925737&id=100002618180434). He also involves in various local and international education conferences (https://youtu.be/QmRhNDpctsM).
Lupogo has published several books and papers in linguistics and literature of Kiswahili and English languages; his publications can be viewed on Google scholar via this link https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=mvS5gqMAAAAJ&hl=en. Additionally, Lupogo Issaya has taken an interest of grooming himself in relationships and marriage knowledge in which he has published a very useful book called Nadharia ya Utofauti katika Ndoa na Mahusiano ya Kimapenzi. Following the acceptance of this book, Lupogo has been conducting seminars on relationship and marriage to different groups of people (Seminar 1 https://web.facebook.com/100002618180434/videos/1258286021261187/ seminar 2 https://youtu.be/FkqK4E4uTSw )
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James Kapaya is a lecturer in English language and Linguistics, Freelance editor, Translator, and Interpreter and he possesses MA in Linguistics, Bed (English language and Geography) and currently pursuing a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Dar es salaam. Kapaya works as a Linguist in the Department of Languages and Communication Studies at Mzumbe University in Morogoro, Tanzania. He has over fourteen years of experience in Teaching English language in Secondary schools in Tanzania and over six years in Universities.Contact:
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He is a Tutorial assistant in the Department of Languages and Communication Studies hosted in the Faculty of Social Sciences. He holds a Bachelor of Education in Languages and Management from Mzumbe University. He also holds a Master of Arts in African Studies from Ghent University. He specializes in English linguistics and Literature.Contact:
Dr. Adria Fuluge is a lecturer at Mzumbe University in the Department of Languages and Communication Studies. The Department is in the Faculty of Social Sciences. He is a Doctor of Language and Literature specializing in Kiswahili literature. He completed his PhD (Kiswahili Literature and MA Kiswahili Literature) at the University of Dodoma and BAED (Kiswahili & Linguistics) at the University of Dar es Salaam. He is proficient in teaching both African oral and written Kiswahili literature and Kiswahili language (Translation Theories & Semantics and Pragmatics).Contact:
Martina Duwe is a lecturer in the Department of Languages and Communication studies at Mzumbe University. The department is in the Fuculty of Social Sciences. She was awarded MA in Kiswahili Literature at the University of Dodoma and BA.Ed (Kiswahili and History) at St. John’s University of Tanzania. Currently, she is pursuing her PhD in Kiswahili Literature at the University of Dodoma. She is proficient in teaching Kiswahili literature (oral and written), literature theories and Philosophy in literature.Contact:
Omary M. Yahaya is a holder of Master of Arts with Education, and Bachelor of Arts with Education (English and Literature); all degrees attained from University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Currently, Omary M. Yahaya is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Languages and Communication Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences at Mzumbe University, Tanzania. He is also a Programme Coordinator of Bachelor of Arts with Education (English & Kiswahili) and Bachelor of Education in Languages and Management degrees at Mzumbe University.
His areas of research interests include; Languages/Literature Teaching and Learning, Language of Instructions, and Languages Teaching and Learning Technology (Instructional Media).Contact:
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Iam a Tutorial assistant at Mzumbe University in the faculty of social science teaching business teaching methods I have been a faculty member since 2018. I complete my bachelor degree at Mzumbe University in 2016.Contact:
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