TANESCO executive director, Dr Tito Mwinuka (left) gestures as he explains to a section of editors achievements by the power utility firm. He is flanked by senior manager projects, Engineer Emmanuel manirabona (middle) and engineer Raymond Hosea, Tanesco’s deputy executive director responsible for distribution and customer affairs. PHOTO – FINANCIAL TIMES CORRESPONDENT.
Tanzania's power resources include hydro, natural gas, coal, uranium, wind, geothermal, biomass, solar, tidal and waves. In 2016, the country’s total grid installed capacity was 1,357.69 MW composed of hydro 566.79 MW (42 per cent), natural gas 607 MW (45 per cent) and liquid fuel 173.40 MW (13 per cent). File photo
With a net worth $10.3 billion (close to 23.7 trillion/-), Nigerian business mogul Aliko Dangote (left) remains the richest person in Africa whose top 20 list includes Mohammed Dewji (right) and only two women, the $2.3 billion rich Isabel dos Santos (centre) of Angola and NigerianFolorunsho Alakija ($1.1 billion). File photo