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24Jan 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Tanzania International Container Terminal Services (TICTS) Chief Executive Officer Jared Zerbe (C) briefs journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday when he announced the firm achieved a new record annual throughput of 592,000 Twenty Feet Equivalent Units (TEUS) in 2018. He is flanked by TICTS Director of Corporate Affairs Donald Talawa (R) and Chief Human Resources and Administration Officer Ladislaus Prosper. Photo: John Badi

THE Tanzania International Container Terminal Services Ltd (TICTS) handled a total of 592,000...

24Jan 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Desideria Mwegelo

When it comes to changes, January is ripe with opportunities to take control of your life and...

24Jan 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

DARESSALAAM STOCK EXCHANGE

THE World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) has approved the membership of the Dar es Salaam Stock...

24Jan 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

GOLD mining company-Acacia produced more gold than it anticipated in 2018; the company has...

23Jan 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

THE founder of Huawei, Ren Zhengfei

THE founder of Huawei, Ren Zhengfei on Tuesday held an international media roundtable at the...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

Minister for Agriculture, Japhet Hasunga.

Tanzania boasts of more than three million extra tonnes of food crops, the Minister for...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

FOURTEEN people were killed and at least five missing after two vessels sailing under the flag...

23Jan 2019
Francis Kajubi
Financial Times

AccessBank Tanzania CEO ARMANDO MASSIMILIANO SIROLLA.

Local lender AccessBank Tanzania was recently named the country’s best social development bank...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

Stiegler’s Gorge hydropower.

Germany’s parliament has raised concerns over the Stiegler’s Gorge hydropower project asking the...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

African farmers grow around 45 per cent of the world’s cashew nuts, yet 90 per cent of the continent’s crop is exported for processing overseas, denying the industry the opportunity to add value at home and increase Africa’s share of global trade. File photo

TANZANIA President John Magufuli’s orders to hike cashew prices to protect the country’s...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

President John Magufuli.

WHY is mineral-rich Tanzania still not benefiting from its vast natural resource wealth, despite...

23Jan 2019
By Financial Times Reporter
Financial Times

TANESCO’s regional manager for Arusha, Herini Mhina. photo by k-vs blog

The national power utility firm TANESCO has urged local and foreign investors to establish...

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