United Bank for Africa (UBA) Tanzania Ltd managing director/CEO Gbenga Makinde holds yesterday’s copies of The Guardian and Nipashe daily newspapers when exchanging ideas with senior editorial and other executives of The Guardian Ltd (TGL), publishers of the two titles, during his familiarisation tour of TGL facilities in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Others (from-L): TGL director Joyce Luhanga, Nipashe newspaper deputy managing editor Epson Luhwago, IT manager Balaj Gopalakrishnan, chief accountant Samuel Orgeness, commercial director Ajay Goyal and printing manager Balasubramaniyan Venkadachalam. All photos: Correspondent Miraji Msala
The Guardian’s managing editor, Wallace Mauggo (gesturing), briefs the UBA chief executive (2nd-L) on newspaper production in the TGL Newsroom. Right is long-serving graphic designer David Kijole.
TGL printing manager Venkadachalam takes the UBA guest through the basics of newspaper printing.
East Africa Television (EATV) broadcast manager Lydia Igarabuza (L) briefs the guest on operations at the station.
ITV/ Radio One managing director Joyce Mhaville (gesturing) briefs the visiting CEO on operations in one of the twin-station’s studios.
Radio One sports editor Amri Massare (C) introduces the guest to operations in one of the station’s radio studios.
ITV producer Rajabu Dizomba (R) briefs the UBA guest on operations in one of the station’s TV studios, with ITV/Radio One MD Joyce Mhaville close by.
UBA (Tanzania) CEO Makinde seated in an ITV studio as the station airs its news bulletin. His host is the head of station’s IT Department, Moses Fumbuka.