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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL OF TANZANIA CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION
(For Both School and Private Candidates)
Time: 3 Hours Year: 2007
1. For each of the items (i) — (x) choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter beside the item number.
(i)The following are limitations of archaeology as a source of historical knowledge except one:
A.Time factor is very relative.
B.Humid climate causes decay of artifacts.
C.It is more employed in Engaruka Valley than Egypt.
D.Difficult to know the culture, language and beliefs of the artifacts.
E.It takes time and it is very expensive.
(ii)Trading caravans going into the interior of East Africa in the 19th century carried a red flag because:
A.they were travelling along dangerous trade routes.
B. they needed the protection of the Sultan of Zanzibar.
C. they were afraid of the British who were trying to stop slave trade.
D. slaves suffered during their journey from the interior to the coast.
E. they were carrying slaves as the main trade article.
(iii)In most parts of pre-colonial Africa, the ruling classes appropriated surpluses through:
A.wars of conquest
B.looting and plundering
C.tribute and labour services
E.agriculture and domestication of animals
(iv)Dr Robert Moffat worked as a missionary in one of the following stations:
B.Kuruman C. Blantyre
(v)In which of the following countries was colonization accompanied by mass European settlement?
E. Sierra Leone
(vi)Which of the following cash crops were the most important in the early German colonial rule in Mainland Tanzania?
A.Rubber, cotton and cloves
B.Coffee, wheat and sugar cane
C.Rubber, coffee and sugar cane
D.Wheat, sisal and maize
E.Rubber, cotton and sisal
(vii)The British took over Tanganyika after 1918 because:
A. it was the end of the First World War.
B. they were asked by the League of Nations.
C.they defeated the Germans.
D.they wanted to merge Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika.
E. the Germans were not able to reparate the war.
(viii)The event which marked the end of peaceful protests by African nationalists in South Africa was the:
A. Rivonial trial.
B. Soweto massacre.
C.institution of the apartheid policy.
D.formation of the Umkonto we Sizwe.
E. Sharpeville massacre.
(ix)A political and economic programme which aims at promoting democracy, stability, good governance and economic development in Africa is known as:
E.Global Vision 2025
(x)The first president who was assassinated in post-colonial Africa was:
A.Patrice Lumumba of Congo-Kinshasa
B.Sylvanus Olympio of Togo
C.Anwar Sadat of Egypt
D.Abeid Aman Karume of Zanzibar
E.Samora Machel of Mozambique
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