Matokeo ya Darasa la Saba 2022 Dar es Salaam Region


Matokeo ya Darasa la Saba 2022 Dar es Salaam Region, The Tanzania Examinations Council (Necta), has announced the results of this year’s seventh grade, saying that more than 1.07 million out of 1.34 million candidates with results equal to 79.62 percent have succeeded by getting grades A, B and C.

Among them, 558,825 girls are equal to 78.91 percent and 514,577 boys are equal to 80.41 percent. The Acting Executive Secretary of Necta, Athumani Amasi has announced the results today, Thursday December 2022, while talking to journalists in this city about the examination to finish primary education held on October 5 and 6 this year.

Almasi said that in the results of 2021 there were 907,802 candidates equal to 81.97 percent. He said statistically there is a decrease in success by 2.35 percent although the number of successful candidates has increased by 165, 600 candidates equal to 18.24 percent compared to last year.

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Matokeo ya Darasa la Saba 2022 Dar es Salaam Region






Dar es Salaam has developed from a small fishing village known as Mzizima. Mzizima were the trees which surrounded the coast by then. The former Mzizima village was believed to have been located on area occupied by European hospital (now Ocean road hospital) overlooking the Indian ocean, spreading to the area of Magogoni ( now kivukoni). It was Settled by of Arab traders and wazaramu native (Wamashomvi- one of the clan of the Zaramu tribe.) in the middle of 19th Century under their local leader Pazi, and others like Digalu Kibasila

In Dec, 1961 Tanganyika attained its independence under TANU from the British, with a unifying language of Kiswahili. Same year 1961 Dar es Salaam gains its City status and the next year 1962 Mwl. J. K. Nyerere was elected as the first President. The British granted colonial government to Sultan of Zanzibar in 1963. Then the Africans and Shiraz from Zanzibar joined together to eliminate the Sultan in 1964 and succeeded i.e Zanzibar Revolution. Later Tanganyika and Zanzibar joined together and form the United Republic of Tanzania under the leadership of the late Mwalimu J. K. Nyerere


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