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Precision Air airlines’ Loyal Customers Going To Enjoy Discounted Rates.

Tanzania carrier Precision Air has signed a partnership deal with two hotels that will see the airlines’ loyal customers enjoy discounted rates. The deal will see the airline’s frequent flyers enjoy a 20 per cent discount at the Akemi Restaurant and Southern Sun Hotel Dar es Salaam through its program ‘PAA ROYAL.’ Hillary Mremi, Precision Air’s marketing manager, said the ...

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Houses Cater To Jewish tourists, businessmen, aid workers To Get Opened In Tanzania

Chabad announced the opening of two Jewish centers in Africa, on the island of Zanzibar off Tanzania’s coast on the continent’s east and in Cote d’Ivoire. In Zanzibar, a predominantly Muslim former sultanate that used to have major roles in the slave trade and the international spice industry, Rabbi Shneor Shmulevitz and his wife, Mushka, set up shop earlier this ...

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Air Tanzania Ready To Fly Again To Entebbe-Uganda and Bujumbura- Burundi routes

AIR Tanzania is expected to resume passenger flights to Entebbe-Uganda and Bujumbura- Burundi routes on Sunday and Tuesday next week, respectively. The Company’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Ladislaus Matindi said in a statement issued in Dar es Salaam yesterday that ATCL will be providing four frequencies per week to Entebbe namely on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday connecting passengers from ...

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Four Months After Her Appointment,Sylvia Mulinge Yet To Join Due To Work Permit

Vodacom Tanzania’s new managing director Sylvia Mulinge is yet to take up her new position, four months after her appointment, as the firm awaits a work permit from the Immigration Department. The telco, which is Tanzania’s largest wireless telecommunications network, says it applied for the document on May 23, and is still awaiting a response.But, the firm is still confident ...

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Volt Resources inks deal for flake graphite from Tanzanian project

Graphite exploration company Volt Resources Ltd has signed a second binding offtake agreement for graphite from the company’s pre-production Bunyu project in Tanzania, taking the total annual commitment to 10,000 tonnes. The agreement with major Chinese graphite company Qingdao Tiangshengda Graphite is for 9,000 tonnes annually from stage I production over five years with an option for a further five-year ...

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Korea-Africa Foundation’s New Aim Is Concerned With Tanzania

Africa economy keeps making progress, and the continent is anticipated to attain the best economy in the nearest future. Africa is rapidly growing economically, and what used to be a rejected zone is quickly becoming a ground for investment. The continent’s development potentials are huge and it has abundant natural resources and vast population and economic growth. In 2013, Africa ...

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Mixed Results for East Africa By Bharati Airtel

Indian telecommunication giant Bharti Airtel reported mixed results in the region for 2017, with its Ugandan unit’s profits growing by almost 30 per cent to $62.12 million, from $44.9 million in 2016, while the Tanzanian and Kenyan operations posted a combined loss of $135.6 million, pushing their accumulated losses to $1.07 billion. The poor but improved performance of the regional ...

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