THE state-run fixed line telecommunications company Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) has announced reductions in data tariffs. The once privatized company made the commercial decision…View More How Should Data be Paid For?
KAMPALA – Members of the business community engaged in cross-border trade within the East African Community countries of Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania are…View More Border Tariffs are not Good For Business
Dar es Salaam: Stakeholders in Oil and Gas are expected to convene next week in Dar es Salaam for the Tanzania Oil and Gas Law…View More The Fossil Fuel Market in East Africa
Singita Grumeti Reserves recently sponsored the Mara Press Club Fundraising event held last week in Musoma region. The Tsh 4.5 million sponsorship was in aid…View More A New Online Magazine is Proposed
Samsung Mobile is defying barriers once again with its launch of premium Galaxy smartphones. This time Samsung is not only launching a new phone, but…View More The Triumph of the Smartphone
A research conducted last year in November by Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) through its Female Future Tanzania program has revealed that only four out…View More Is There Still a Glass Ceiling?
Following the Apollo Hospital’s successfully Asia’s first en-bloc combined Heart and Liver transplant; Apollo Hospitals has performed ground-breaking surgery to a one-year-old child from Kenya…View More Medical Advances Save Child’s Life
THE latest (17th) meeting (NOT ‘last,’ please; it seems there’ll be many of such meetings well into the future… Mark my words) of the Summit…View More The Economic Crisis in Africa
THE Zanzibar Social Security Fund (ZSSF) accumulated fund (net assets) grew by a quarter, to Tsh177 billion, during the year that ended on June 30,…View More Social Security Fund Reaches Critical Mark
FOLLOWING the recent acquisition by the Exim Group of 58.6 per cent of the former Imperial Bank of Uganda, Exim Bank has said that there…View More Uganda Bank Group Faces Challenges