MNMA Institutional Repository

The MNMA institutional repository aims to collect, preserve and disseminate electronic copies of research and scholarly works created at Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy (MNMA), and serves as a gateway to disseminate and reach out to similar resources elsewhere. Such publications include journal articles, conference presentations, proceedings, working papers, theses and dissertations.

All members of MNMA are invited to contribute their research outputs to the repository. Please contact the repository administrator to deposit your works at

Incase you would like to submit your work at your own time, make sure to create an account by supplying your email address. Address your technical inquiries to

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  • Simon, Chipanda (Generis Publishing, 2023)
    The book has been designed to suit for the undergraduate and postgraduate learners of linguistics semantics and communication in general. The text is useful for reading, revising and references for shaping learners of ...
  • Pembe, Hilda (Journal of Kiswahili and Other African Languages, 2023-12-23)
    Tafsiri hujishughulisha na usafirishaji wa ujumbe ulio katika maandishi kutoka lugha asilia kwenda lugha pokezi ambao hufanywa na mwandishi mwenyewe au mtaalamu mwingine. Makala haya yanachunguza tamthiliya ya ...
  • Simon, Chipanda (African Journal of Social Issues, 2023)
    This study investigates the portmanteau manifestations-j- and -k-verb morphs in Hangaza language spoken in Tanzania. The study was motivated by the language’s peculiarities in its post-radical semantic elasticity; ...
  • Simon, Chipanda (African Journal of Social Issues, 2023)
    This paper critiques the treatment of English homographs and homophones in linguistic literatures. The study is motivated by the fact that the available data are questionable on the subject, thus calling for re-analysis. ...
  • Simon, Chipanda (East African Journal of Education and Social Sciences, 2023-10)
    The purpose of this article describes the factors that influence the choice of goat names in the ẞasukuma communities of Tanzania. No study being conducted to investigate these names is known, a reason this study was ...

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