This is not a good example of it :
In the same article Mr Lewanika is looking for more investment - hopefully not tax payer funded because government has failed to run our railways and that first paragraph can do with more blunt speaking. We have previously touched on the TAZARA mess here.[Akashabatwa Mbikusita-Lewanika] said the company has been facing some challenges in the last 20 years because of dynamism in the local, regional and global economies and the politics and philosophies that had evolved with time.
"TAZARA is coming from a peak performance of transporting above one million metric tonnes in the early days, averaging around 600,000 metric tonnes from the late 1990s to 2006, down to the lowest performance of 300,000 a few years ago," he said.