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14Apr 2018
Crispin Gerald
The Guardian

TANZANIANS have been challenged to come up with innovative ideas that will provide a mechanism...

14Apr 2018
James Lanka
The Guardian

THE Tanzania National Roads Agency (Tanroads) is improving two key roads in Arusha region to...

13Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Despite growing demand for housing finance and increasing competition in the sub-sector, 2017...

13Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

While international tourists have increased almost 90 per cent over the past decade – surging by 12.9 per cent to 1.3 million in 2016 alone – inadequate infrastructure is still a major barrier for the industry, with poor roads and power shortages adversely affecting the tourist experience. File photo

A World Bank-funded project to realise the potential of Tanzania’s southern safari circuit,...

13Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Kondoa District Council Director Falesy Mohamed Kibasa (left) and the CEO of Sanlam Life Insurance, Khamis Suleiman, sign documents committing the insurer to fund constructions of two classrooms at Lusangi Primary School in the district. Looking on are TIRA’s Director of Surveillance and Prudential Supervision, Elia Kajiba (seated 3rd left), Kondoa District Commissioner Sezaria Veneranda Makota (in glasses), leaders and teachers of the school, and some of its pupils. Photo: Courtesy of Sanlam

In commemoration of 100 years of Sanlam Group, the insurer’s subsidiaries in Tanzania have...

13Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Today M-Pesa has over eight million customers, 106,000 agents, over 2,000 businesses and more than 15,000 merchants. File photo

Vodacom M-Pesa yesterday marked yet another milestone after receiving the GSMA Mobile Money...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The tight monetary conditions experienced recently in the country have begun to ease leading to...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

READY FOR BUSINESS: A lady opens the door of her M-Pesa service outlet in rural Tanzania. M-Pesa with 37 per cent market share of e-wallet business is one of the mobile money transfer platforms offered by mobile network operators in Tanzania. Others are Tigo Pesa (31%), Airtel Money (27%), Halotel Money (4%), Ezy Pesa (1%) and TTCL (0.01%). File photo

Africa is a global leader in mobile money, with telecom operators embracing innovative practices...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

TTB chairman Vice Chairman Hassan Wakasuvi (2nd left) with TTPL officials at the company’s factory in Morogoro recently. Photo: Courtesy of TTB

Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) plans to enhance its tobacco growers’ register in the country as a...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

In this photo supplied by Petra Diamonds CEO Johan Dippenaar, holds the 507.55 carat white diamond recovered at the Cullinan Diamond Mine, South Africa on September 24, 2009. The diamond may be among the world's top 20 high-quality gems.

Petra Diamonds said on Tuesday that it has finalised an agreement with its lenders for a waiver...

11Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

LIVESTOCK and Fisheries Minister Luhaga Mpina

LIVESTOCK and Fisheries Minister Luhaga Mpina has assured local donkey meat processors that no...

11Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian

TANGA Port is hoping to attract more local and foreign customers due to efficiency brought about...

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