Tanzania, Norway agree to enhance private sector, political diplomacy - Xinhua

DAR ES SALAAM, June 30 (Xinhua) -- Tanzania and Norway on Friday agreed to develop the private sector and enhance political diplomacy between the two countries. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in the commercial capital Dar es ...

New bus rapid transit system earns Dar es Salaam 2018 Sustainable Transit Award - Citiscope

The first phase of a new bus-rapid transit system in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, serves 160,000 passengers a day. (ITDP). SANTIAGO, Chile — One year after Dar es Salaam became East Africa's first city to implement a bus-rapid transit system, the ...

UPDATE 2-Tanzania lifts ban on foreigners buying into telecom share offers - Reuters Africa

DAR ES SALAAM, June 30 (Reuters) - Tanzania has lifted a ban on foreigners participating in initial public share offerings in the telecoms industry, the capital markets regulator said on Friday, a move that will widen the pool of potential investors ...

Tanzania lifts ban on foreigners investing in telecom IPOs - Reuters

DAR ES SALAAM, June 30 Tanzania has lifted the banning on foreign investors participating in initial public offerings in the telecoms sector, the capital markets regulator said on Friday. The removal of the restriction allows foreigners to take part in ...

“Made in Germany” - Pavilion at the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair 2017 - EIN News (press release)

The “German Pavilion” at the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair gives German companies the opportunity to access the attractive Tanzanian market as well as the high-potential market of the entire East African Community. German know-how and ...

Tanzania: Build, Maintain Roads to Bolster Industries - AllAfrica.com

Tanzania has embarked on an industrialisation drive. The government is making immense effort aimed at turning Tanzania into a middle-income economy come 2025. There are many requirements that must be put in place if the country is to achieve the goal.

Tanzania: Only 35% of Tanzanian Women Hold Senior Leadership Positions, Says ATE - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Association of Tanzania Workers (ATE) has said only 35 per cent of women in the country hold senior leadership positions. In view of this, ATE has started a project dabbed "Female Future Tanzania" that has trained women in ...