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WHC Offering Housing At Comfortable Prices In Dodoma

Watumishi Housing Company (WHC) is learned to be constructing five hundred houses in the Tanzanian capital city Dodoma for the accommodation of public servants when offices from Dar es Salaam shifts here. According to WHC Chief Executive Officer Dr Fred Msemwa, it is a great opportunity for the company to capitalize and ensure sufficient housing units are provided for public ...

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DCB To Launch New Branch In Dodoma In November

DCB Commercial Bank is learned to be launching one more branch later this year in November in Dodoma. According to Chief Manager- Strategy and Innovation of the DCB, Samuel Dyamo, the bank has received a licence for establishing upcountry branches. Meeting social obligation the DCB donated 100 desks to Kimara B primary school to support the government in improving education ...

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Mobile Industry To Help In Economic Development: Tanzania Minister

Dar es Salaam – The government has urged mobile industry to play a major role in the economic development of Tanzania. Tanzania’s Minister of Works, Transport and Communication was speaking at the GSMA 360 Africa conference and said 18000 km of fibre-optic has been laid by the government for innovation and technology, and also for innovative solutions and services in ...

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China’s Exim Bank Sanctions Loan For Tanzania Rail Construction

China’s Export-Import Bank (Exim) has sanctioned $7.6 billion loan to Tanzania as a fund for constructing railway link that would connect Burundi, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. President John Magufuli announced the funding after securing loan following a meet with Exim Bank’s president Liu Liang, who said to be providing technical support to the country. He didn’t provide any ...

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Tanzania Pulls Out Of EU Partnership – TEXIT

England has pulled out itself from the European Union and lately Tanzanian authorities have announced to be pulling out of EU sponsored Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs). The EPAs allowed East African Community (EAC) member countries to directly trade with the EU countries. Tanzania has become the first in the region to pull out of it. The country has second largest ...

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Nokia, Vodacom Partnership Begins 4G Services In Dar Es Salaam

Dar es Salaam – Nokia and Vodacom have started offering 4G to the mobile subscribers in Dar es Salaam. The two companies have again demonstrated strong partnership. Nokia and Vodacom entered into partnership in Tanzania 16 years ago during the initial phase of mobile telecommunication in the country. Vodacom TZ GM Ian Ferrao said the two companies have invested huge ...

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Government To Switch-Off All Counterfeit Mobile Devices After June 16

Dar es Salaam – The government has made it clear would not be extending the date of switching-off of all the counterfeit mobile devices in the country. June 15, 2016, will be the last day for the operation of such electronic equipments, said the Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Professor Makame Mbarawa. From the stroke of the First Hour ...

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