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21Jan 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

The government through the Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority (TFRA) has sourced a new supplier who is expected to import 20,000 tonnes of urea fertiliser by end of next month.

Tanzania’s Minister for Works, Transport and Communication Prof Makame Mbarawa

21Jan 2018
James Kandoya
Guardian On Sunday

TANZANIA and Rwanda have signed a communiqué agreement and deliberated on six key implementation...

Leaders and members of Upendo Vicoba Group of Mtandika village in Kilolo district, Iringa region, display a dummy cheque for Sh13.3million, being a loan to support their farming activities. Left is SIDO Regional Credit Officer Neserian Laizer. PHOTO: Friday Simbaya /edited/emn

20Jan 2018
Friday Simbaya
The Guardian

IN support of the government initiative to combat poverty, the Small Industries Development...

18Mar 2016
Prosper Makene
The Guardian

AFTER being stuck for almost seven years due to capital constraints, Dar Village Commercial...

18Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

Oil and gas explorers Ophir Energy are pursuing a lease deal with the Tanzania Ports Authority (...

18Mar 2016
Theresia Victor
The Guardian

CEMENT production at Lake Cement Limited, manufacturers of ‘Nyati’ brand of cement is set to...

17Mar 2016
Beatrice Philemon
The Guardian

THE National Microfinance Bank PLC (NMB) has upgraded its loan portfolio for small and medium...

17Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

VIETNAM’s Viattel Tanzania Company Limited which trades locally as Halotel has already enrolled...

17Mar 2016
Our Reporter
The Guardian

A Telecommunications Traffic Monitoring System installed in 2014 has earned the country billions...

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