British businessman Louis Bawa confirmed his daughter Jenah, eight, and wife Zahira were among the dead. Also killed: renowned Ghanaian poet Kofi Awoonor.
And well-known broadcaster, Ruhila Adatia, pictured at left.
She was reportedly pregnant. She had been hosting a cooking competition for children at the rooftop of the now infamous Westgate Mall.
Ross Langdon and Elif Yavuz, a couple who were expecting their first child, lived in Dar es Salaam but were in Nairobi to have their baby there because they preferred the city's medical care. Elif had completed her PhD at the Harvard University's School of Public Health. She moved to Dar es Salaam to work for the Clinton Foundation. Here she is, meeting with President Bill Clinton during his visit to Tanzania in August. Read the complete story on Global Voices.
Global Voices' Shurufu is a Tanzanian journalist based in Dar es Salaam. He tweets at @shurufu. He has filed a story "Global Voices Author Remembers Friends Slain in Nairobi Mall Attack" Also check out his his post How the Nairobi Mall Attack Unfolded on Social Media.
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