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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS WHILE ON TRIP NOW POSSIBLE ON UBER APP



...the new feature makes it easier for riders to add multiple stops along the route

Uber Tanzania has rolled out Multi Destinations - a new feature that makes it easy for riders to add multiple stops along their route. This means that riders who want to take a trip with multiple stops can have a more ideal experience.  

Commenting on the new feature, Uber Country Manager in Uganda, Alfred Msemo said “Riders and drivers do not have to edit destinations while on trip where multiple stops are involved. The feature also benefits drivers as the pricing on the app will now be updated as the new destinations are updated. The Multi- destinations feature also benefits the forward dispatch process as updated destinations will now be included in the forward dispatch process.”

To access the feature, riders will have to be logged on to their Uber applications and request for their rides. To choose their adventure, riders will then tap the “+” next to the “Where To” destination box to add stop(s) at any point before or during their trips. Riders can also add change or remove a stop while on the go, all they need to do is to add, change or remove the destination from the on trip screen accessible on the app.

“Whether you’re heading for a weekend away and want to grab your friend en route to the airport, or going home after dinner, and need to drop off the party on the way, it’s easier than ever to pick up and drop off your friends along the way,” concluded Mr. Msemo.

Here is how the feature works:



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Sherehe za miaka 50 ya NBC zafana Dar

Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (kushoto), akikaribishwa na Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Machechu katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya benki hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam juzi. Wa pili kushoto ni Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji na Meneja Mahusiano wa NBC, William Kallaghe (kulia). 
 Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan akisalimiana na Spika wa Bunge la Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Mhe. Job Ndugai (kushoto), katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya Benki ya NBC jijini Dar es Salaam juzi. Wengine kutoka kulia ni Waziri Mkuu wa zamani, Dk. Salim Ahmed Salim na Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji.
Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (katikati), akipiga picha ya pamoja na kutoka kushoto; Mjumbe wa Bodi ya NBC, Dk. Kassim Hussein; Spika, Job Ndugai; Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji; Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu; Naibu Gavana wa Benki Kuu ya Tanzania (BoT), Dr. Bernard Kibesse na Waziri Mkuu wa zamani, Dk. Salim Ahmed Salim.  
Meneja Mahusiano wa Benki ya NBC, William Kallaghe (kulia), akiwaongoza Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (katikati) na Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji (kushoto), walipokwenda katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya benki hiyo ambapo makamu wa rais alikuwa mgeni rasmi. Wa pili kulia ni Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu. Sherehe hizo zilifanyika jijini Dar es Salaam juzi. 
Meneja Mahusiano wa NBC, William Kallaghe akitoa maelezo kwa njia ya picha kwa Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (wa tatu kulia), kuhusu historia ya benki hiyo tokea ilipoanzishwa wakati wa sherehe hizo. Wa pili kulia ni Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya benki hiyo, Nehemiah Mchechu na Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji. 
    Kaimu Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa NBC, Theobald Sabi akizungumza katika hafla hiyo.
    Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu akizungumza katika sherehe hizo
    Spika wa Bunge la Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania, Mhe. Job Ndugai akizungumza.
    Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji akizungumza
Mheshimiwa Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan akihutubia katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya Benki ya NBC jijini Dar es Salaam juzi.
Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu akikabidhi zawadi kwa Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan.
Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (katikati), akimkabidhi zawadi Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya Benki ya NBC jijini Dar es Salaam. Kushoto ni Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu.
Makamu wa Rais, Mama Samia Suluhu Hassan (kulia), akimkabidhi zawadi kwa Arnold Kileo mmoja wa viongozi wa bodi ya zamani ya NBC katika hafla hiyo. Katikati ni Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu.
Mwanamuziki mashuhuri wa Afrika Kusini, Yvonne Chakacha (kulia), akisakata rumba na Kaimu Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa NBC Tanzania, Theobald Sabi katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya Benki ya NBC jijini Dar es Salaam. 
Naibu Waziri wa Fedha na Mipango, Dk. Ashatu Kijaji akiagana na Mjumbe wa Bodi ya NBC, Dk. Kassim Hussein mara baada ya sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya benki hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam. Wa pili kushoto ni Mwenyekiti wa Bodi ya NBC, Nehemiah Mchechu, Meneja Mahusiano, William Kallaghe (kulia) na Kaimu Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa benki hiyo, Theobald Sabi. 
Mwanamuziki mashuhuri wa Afrika Kusini, Yvonne Chakacha (kushoto), akitoa burudani katika sherehe za maadhimisho ya miaka 50 ya Benki ya NBC hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam juzi. 
Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa zamani wa NBC, Lawrence Mafuru (kulia) akisalimiana na viongozi wa NBC, kutoka kushoto, Kaimu Mkurugenzi Mtendaji, Theobald Sabi, Ofisa Fedha Mkuu wa NBC, Jaffari Matundu na Mkurugenzi wa Wateja Binafsi, Filbert Mponzi. (Picha na MPP LTD)
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Tuzo za Mwajiri Bora 2017 zazinduliwa jijini Dar

Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Chama cha Waajiri Tanzania (ATE), Dk.Aggrey Mlimuka (kulia), akizungumza na waandishi wa habari jijini Dar es Salaam mwishoni mwa wiki wakati wa uzinduzi wa Tuzo za Mwajiri Bora (EYA) za mwaka 2017, zinatotarajiwa kutolewa baadae mwaka huu.Kushoto ni Joyce Nangai Ibengwe Mratibu wa tuzo hizo. 
Baadhi ya waandishi wa habari kutoka vyombo mbalimbali vya habari wakihudhuria uzinduzi wa Tuzo za Mwajiri Bora za Mwaka 2017 jijini Dar es Salaam ambako Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa ATE, Dk. Aggrey Mlimuka (mbele, katikati) alizungumza nao.
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Thursday, August 24, 2017

UBER ISSUES SAFETY GUIDELINES TO RIDERS ACROSS EAST AFRICA


Uber has launched a safety campaign that gives guidelines that encourage all users to take advantage of the company’s innovative technology that has enabled the app to foster the safety of riders and drivers. The safety guidelines are now available to all users in Nairobi, Mombasa, Dar es Salaam and Kampala.

The safety guidelines highlight Uber’s commitment to creating simple, intuitive technology that not only makes the lives of riders and drivers easier, but also keeps everyone safe throughout their journeys.

Riders have been advised to countercheck the vehicle’s registration number with the one that pops up on their phone, as well as the driver’s picture before getting into a vehicle. Drivers have been taken through safety training, besides having access to a toll free line through which they can report any safety threats.

Uber’s Country Manager for Tanzania Alfred Msemo said: “Uber has been providing safe reliable transport for Tanzanians year. We have been trusted to move people around every day. Through our innovative technology Uber has integrated safety into our service from beginning to end: before a passenger even gets into the car, throughout the journey and after they have reached their destination.”

The safety tips also encourage riders to always remain on the app as the trip is GPS tracked from start to finish so that they can see their route, location of the car, and if the driver is headed the right way throughout the journey. Uber’s app also has a  feature also allows riders share their details of individual trips in real time, including route and expected time of arrival with family or friends.

Earlier this year, Uber also published community guidelines in East Africa, a document that aims to provide guidance on how drivers and riders should behave and treat each other during a trip on the app.

See below safety measures that riders are encouraged to follow:  

In-app Help: This is aa tool is designed to help riders get a prompt response to their queries in the shortest time possible. The support system can be accessed by navigating to the “Help’’ section on the menu, which helps riders and driver-partners alike to communicate their concerns they might have during a trip and get an instant response.

Sharing Trip Details: Uber’s technology has made it possible for all trips to be tracked using GPS. While en route the rider is able to monitor their own trip in the app as well as share their Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) with their loved ones. This will help friends and family keep track of where they are on the trip and they can do this without even downloading the Uber app!

Know your ride: Riders should always take the time to review the safety features available to them in the app, remember Uber rides can only be requested through the Uber app, so users should never accept street hail solicitations from those claiming to be with Uber.

When riders are ready to request a ride, it is important for them to avoid spending unnecessary time outside alone with their phone in their hand. Instead, it best for them to wait indoors until the app shows their driver has arrived.

Know your driver: When a driver accepts a riders request, the rider is able to see the drivers first name, photo, license plate number, type of vehicle as well as the vehicle colour. You’ll be able to see this from within the app itself – on the map. The rider should always make sure that those match before they enter the vehicle and ensure they ask for the drivers name when they open the door.

Follow Intuition: When using Uber the rider should be aware of their surroundings, if they feel like something's not right they should trust their instincts and use their best judgement. Riders should be cautious when sharing any personal information and should always confirm that the driver-partner is in fact the one they saw on the app, and if they ever feel they're in an emergency situation, they are advised to alert the local emergency services immediately.


Give Feedback: Riders should always give feedback on how their trip went. This helps improve the Uber experience for everyone, maintain a high quality service and provide accountability. Uber has a 24/7 global support team which reviews the feedback and follows up with appropriate action regarding reports of conduct that violates Uber’s Community Guidelines.
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Monday, August 21, 2017

Tigo, Clouds Wazindua Msimu wa ‘Tigo Fiesta 2017 – Tumekusoma’

Kaimu Meneja wa Masoko Tigo, William Mpinga (katikati) akizungumza na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa uzinduzi wa msimu mpya wa Tigo Fiesta 2017 'Tumekusomaa' leo jijini Dar es salaam. Kushoto ni Mwenyekiti wa kamati ya maandalizi Tigo Fiesta, Sebastian Maganga na mwakilishi toka Basata, Mrisho Mrisho.

Kaimu Meneja wa Masoko Tigo, William Mpinga (katikati) akizungumza na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa uzinduzi wa msimu mpya wa Tigo Fiesta 2017 'Tumekusomaa' leo jijini Dar es salaam. Kushoto ni Mwenyekiti wa kamati ya maandalizi Tigo Fiesta, Sebastian Maganga na mwakilishi toka Basata, Mrisho Mrisho.

Mwenyekiti wa kamati ya maandalizi Tigo Fiesta 2017, Sebastian Maganga (kushoto) akizungumza na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa uzinduzi wa msimu mpya wa Tigo Fiesta 'Tumekusomaa' leo jijini Dar es salaam. Kushoto kwake ni Kaimu Meneja wa Masoko Tigo, William Mpinga na mwakilishi toka Basata, Mrisho Mrisho.

Mwakilishi toka Basata, Mrisho Mrisho akizungumza na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa uzinduzi wa msimu mpya wa Tigo Fiesta 2017 'Tumekusomaa' leo jijini Dar es salaam. Wengine toka kushoto ni Mwenyekiti wa kamati ya maandalizi Tigo Fiesta 2017, Sebastian Maganga na Kaimu Meneja wa Masoko Tigo, William Mpinga.


Mwenyekiti wa kamati ya maandalizi Tigo Fiesta 2017, Sebastian Maganga (kushoto) akizungumza na waandishi wa habari (hawapo pichani) wakati wa uzinduzi wa msimu mpya wa Tigo Fiesta 'Tumekusomaa' leo jijini Dar es salaam. Kushoto kwake ni Kaimu Meneja wa Masoko Tigo, William Mpinga na mwakilishi toka Basata, Mrisho Mrisho.
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Maxcom IPO reported in final stages


TANZANIANS and foreign investors’ appetite for share sale of rapid growing firms will soon be tested again as Maxcom Africa, an ICT integration company, nears its landmark initial public offering.

Maxcom Africa Executive Director, Juma Rajabu said at a meeting with editors and senior reporters from mainstream media in Dar es Salaam over the weekend that they were in final stages of preparations for the initial public offering in line with a mandatory requirement for telecommunications companies to sell at least a 25 per cent stake on the Dar es Salaam exchange to boost domestic ownership.

He however declined to provide further details saying they were subject to Capital Market and Security Agency (CMSA) approval.

The IPO is expected to test again domestic and foreign investors’ appetite for IPOs after they were enticed by share sell of Vodacom Tanzania, a leading telecommunication company in Tanzania which offloaded 25 per cent shares through IPO in March and listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange last week. Vodacom placed 560 million shares at 850/- each in Tanzania’s biggest initial public offering (IPO), raising 476bn/- ($213 million).

Maxcom Africa PLC is an ICT integration firm owned by native Tanzanians with extensive operations in East African Community (EAC) member states of Rwanda, Burundi and Uganda.

It provides automated fare collection system for public transport such as Dar es Salaam’s Bus Rapid Transit and Kigongo Busisi Ferry in Sengerama, Mwanza, and electronic health services in terms of mobile money and card payment system for hospitals including Muhimbili National Hospital and Bugando referral hospital.

Maxcom also provides utility and service payments where customers pay electricity and water bills through their agents or mobile telephones. It acquired Public Listed Company status in June in preparations to float its shares at the stock market.

The chairman of the company’s Board of Directors, Prof Samwel Wangwe, said in June that Maxcom had filed its prospectus to the Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA) and was waiting for approval from the authority.

He said the listing at the stock market would enable the company operate in compliance with the country’s laws and regulations in line with the Electronic and Postal Communication Act of 2010 and the Finance Act 2016, which require communication operators to offload 25 per cent of their shares to the public.

The IPO is also expected to boost the firm expansion ambition in Africa, he said adding they plan by 2020 to provide not less than 100,000 employments in and outside the country.
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UBER YAZINDUA HUDUMA YA MADEREVA NA WASAFIRI KUCHATI KWA KUTUMIA PROGRAMU HIYO




Kampuni ya Uber nchini Tanzania imetangaza zana mpya maarufu kama “Kuchati Ndani ya Programu” inayowawezesha madereva na wasafiri kuandikiana ujumbe kwa kutumia programu hiyo bila malipo.

Kinyume na hapo awali ambapo madereva na wasafiri wangetumia Ujumbe Mfupi (SMS) au kupiga simu, zana hii inaleta unafuu kwa madereva na wasafiri hivyo basi kuwapunguzia kadhia ya gharama za kupiga simu sambamba na kuharakisha mawasiliano bila kuondoka kwenye programu ya Uber.

Maboresho haya ni juhudi endelevu za Uber na yanalenga kuimarisha wigo wa wasafiri na madereva wanapotumia programu ya Uber.

Zana hii mpya ni rahisi sana kuitumia. Msafiri anapoita gari, kuna kitufe cha ‘Kuwasiliana’ kwenye menyu inayoonekana chini ya skrini. Wasafiri wanaweza kuwaandikia ujumbe madereva, na madereva vivyo hivyo. Ujumbe utaonesha kwamba umepokelewa baada ya kuutuma.

Kwa upande mwingine, madereva watakiri kwamba wamesoma ujumbe kwa kugusa kwenye programu ya Uber ili watume ujumbe wa ‘bomba’. Ili wasijichanganye barabarani. Aidha wasafiri na madereva wanaweza kuona kama ujumbe wao waliotuma umesomwa.

Meneja Msimamizi wa Uber nchini Tanzania Bw. Alfred Msemo amehoji kwamba, “Kila safari nzuri huanza pale msafiri anapochukuliwa kwa gari, kwa hiyo tunajituma kutafuta mbinu za kumchukua msafiri bila usumbufu wowote kwa msafiri au dereva. Kipengele hiki cha Kuchati kitakuwa afueni kwa wasafiri na madereva wanapotaka kuwasiliana ili kusaidiana kutafuta mwafaka wa changamoto za safari kama vile, kufungwa kwa barabara au kutoa maelezo ya mahali walipo.”

Kadhalika, kipengele hiki kinatoa njia mbadala ya wasafiri na madereva kupiga simu wanapotaka kuwasiliana. Hata hivyo, ili mtu atumie kipengele hiki anatakiwa awe anatumia toleo la sasa la program ya Uber.


“Huu ni mwanzo tu wa mchakato wa kuimarisha huduma za kutuma ujumbe moja kwa moja kwenye programu ili kufanikisha wigo wa mawasiliano yasiyo na changamoto kwa wateja wetu, na kuwasaidia kuwasiliana katika ulimwengu wa utandawazi na ulimwengu halisi” amenukuliwa Bw. Msemo.
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Shilling slides slightly in seven months


The shilling has marginally depreciated by 2.5 per cent since the beginning of the year. The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) data showed yesterday that the shilling dropped to 2,242/35 yesterday against 2,186/21 at the beginning of this year.

The drop margin, according to money experts, was acceptable since it has insignificant impact on businesses and terming it as somewhat stable fluctuation.

“The market has seen the greenback stabilized against the shilling due to matching levels of demand and supply,” CRDB said in its Market highlight of yesterday.


However, last Friday, the greenback maintained its position against the shilling. The USD/TZS ended the session at the same levels of 2,220/60.
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Saturday, August 19, 2017

TPB YASHIRIKI KONGAMANO LA BIASHARA JIJINI TANGA

Afisa Mtendaji Mkuu wa TPB Benki Sabasaba Mashingi akizungumza katika Kongamano la Biashara la Jijini Tanga leo.

Afisa Mtendaji Mkuu wa TPB Benki Sabasaba Mashingi wa pili kutoka kushoto akifurahia jambo na mmoja wa washiriki wa Kongamo hilo la Biashara.

AFISA Mtendaji Mkuu wa TPB Benki Sabasaba Mashingi amewahimiza wafanyabiashara mkoani Tanga kutumia huduma wanazozitoa hususani za mikopo ili waweze kukuza mitaji yao na kutanua wigo wa biashara zao.

Moshingi aliyasema hayo leo wakati akiwasilisha mada katika kongamano la biashara lililofanyika katika Hotel ya Regal Naivera Jijini Tanga na kufunguliwa na Waziri wa Habari,Sanaa,Utamaduni na Michezo,Dokta Harrison Mwakyembe.

Kongamano hilo la biashara ambalo limeandaliwa na Tanzania Standard Newspaper (TSN) katika mkoa wa Tanga lilijumuisha wadau kutoka kwenye taasisi binafsi na za serikali,wafanyabiashara wakubwa na wadogo,vijana na wasomi.

“Niwaambie tu huduma hizo zinatolewa na benki yetu kwa ajili ya wafanyabiashara wa aina mbalimbali lakini pia niwapongeze uongozi wa TSN kwa kuandaa kongamano hilo kwa mara nyengine tena katika mkoa wa Tanga”Alisema.

“Lakini pia nawakaribisha wafanyabiashara wote kutembelea tawi letu la hapa mkoani Tanga lililopo mtaa wa Taifa ili muweze kufaidika na huduma mbalimbali tunazozitoa.

“Kwani Benki yetu ya TPB imejikita kumsaidia mtanzania wa kawaida kuweza kuinua shughuli zake za kiuchumi na hatimaye kukuza uchumi wan chi yetu kwa ujumla “Alisema Moshingi.

Aidha pia alisema wanaunga mkono juhudi kubwa zinazochukuliwa na serikali ya awamu ta tano kuipeleka nchi kwenye uchumi wa viwanda ikiwemo jitihada za kufufua viwanda vilivyokufa vikiwemo vya mkoani Tanga.

Hata hivyo alisisitiza umuhimu wa wafanyabiashara kutumia fursa za mradi wa bomba la mafuta uliozinduliwa na Rais John Magufuli hivi karibuni kuinua biashara zao kwani wao kama benki wapo tayari kuwasaidia kufikia mafanikio hayo.
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Halotel wakubaliana na Serikali kujenga minara mipya 47, kufikisha mawasiliano Vijijini


Kampuni ya simu ya Halotel kwa kushirikiana na Serikali imetiliana saini Mkataba wa kuboresha Mawasiliano vijijini baina ya kampuni hiyo na Mfuko wa Mawasiliano kwa wote (USCAF) tukio ambapo Halotel itajenga minara mipya 47 sawa na asilimia 59 ya tenda iliyotolewa kwa makampuni yote ya simu hapa nchini.

UCASAF kusainiwa kwa mikataba hiyo ni moja ya kutekekeleza malengo makuu ya Mfuko huo ambayo ni pamoja na kuhakikisha upatikanaji wa huduma ya mawasiliano katika maeneo ya vijijini na maeneo ya mijini yenye mawasiliano hafifu yakifikiwa kwa haraka zaidi hivyo kwa hatua hiyo ya Halotel itawezesha huduma hiyo kufika maeneo hayo.

Lakini pia ni kuhamasisha ushiriki wa sekta binafsi na serikali katika utoaji wa huduma za mawasiliano kwa wote katika maeneo ya vijijini yenye mawasiliano hafifu.


Waziri wa Ujenzi Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano, Prof. Makame Mbarawa akisalimiana na Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Kampuni ya Mawasiliano ya Halotel, Le Van Dai, kabla ya kuanza kwa hafla ya kutiliana saini Mkataba wa kuboresha Mawasiliano vijijini baina ya kampuni hiyo na Mfuko wa Mawasiliano kwa wote (USCAF). Katika hafla hiyo kampuni ya Halotel itajenga minara mipya 47 sawa na asilimia 59 ya tenda iliyotolewa kwa makampuni yote ya simu. Pamoja naokatika picha ni Mkurugenzi wa Mfuko wa Mawasiliano kwa wote (USCAF) Mhandisi. Peter Ulanga.


Waziri wa Ujenzi Uchukuzi na Mawasiliano, Prof. Makame Mbarawa (Katikati) akiwashuhudia Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Halotel, Le Van Dai kwa Pamoja na Mkurugenzi wa Mfuko wa Mawasiliano kwa wote (USCAF) Mhandisi. Peter Ulanga wakitia saini Mkataba wa kuboresha Mawasiliano vijijini baina ya kampuni hiyo na Mfuko wa Mawasiliano kwa wote (USCAF). Katika hafla hiyo kampuni ya Halotel itajenga minara mipya 47 sawa na asilimia 59 ya tenda iliyotolewa kwa makampuni yote ya simu
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Thursday, August 17, 2017

ATE yaandaaa kongamano kujadili changamoto za masuala ya ajira na biashara kwa wachina.

Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Chama cha Waajiri Tanzania (ATE), Dk. Aggrey Mlimuka (kulia), akizungumza wakati kongamano kuhusu changamoto zinazowakabili wafanyabiasha wa kichina na suluhisho zake liliandaliwa na ATE na Shrikisho la Wafanyabiasha la China (CEC), jijini Dar es Salaam.

Katibu Mkuu wa Shirikisho la Vyama vya Wafanyakazi nchini (TUCTA), Dk. Yahya Msigwa (katikati), akizungumza na Mwenyekiti wa Chama cha Wafanyabiasha wa China nchini Tanzania (CBCT), Janson Huang huku Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Chama cha Waajiri Tanzania (ATE), Dk. Aggrey Mlimuka akiangalia wakati kongamano kuhusu changamoto  zinazowakabili wafanyabiasha wa kichina na suluhisho zake liliandaliwa na ATE na Shrikisho la Wafanyabiasha la China (CEC), jijini Dar es Salaam.

Bwana Lin Zhiyong, Mkuu wa Biashara katika Ubalozi wa China nchini, akizungumza washiriki waliohudhuria katika kongamano kuhusu changamoto zinazowakabili wafanyabiasha wa kichina na suluhisho zake liliandaliwa na ATE na Shrikisho la Wafanyabiasha la China (CEC), jijini Dar es Salaam.

Meneja  Miradi ya Shirikisho la Vyama vya Waajiri Nchini Norway (NHO) wa Chama Cha Waajiri Tanzania (ATE), JoyceNangai-Ibengwe (kulia), akizungumza wakati wa kongamano hilo.

Baadhi ya washiriki wa kongamano hjilo wakifuatilia hotuba na elimu kuhusu masuala ya ajira na sheria za jinsi ya kufanya biashara nchini.

Mjumbe wa Bodi ya ATE, Kabeho Solo (kushoto), Bi. Tori Nettelhorst Tveit (kulia) kutoka Shirikisho la Vyama vya Waajiri la Norway (NHO) NA Meneja wa Idara ya Sheria wa ATE, Suzanne Ndomba (katikati), wakibadilishana mawasiliano wakati wa kondamano hilo.


Katibu Mkuu wa Shirikisho la Vyama vya Wafanyakazi nchini (TUCTA), Dk. Yahya Msigwa (kushoto), akimsiliza Ofisa Mawasiliano wa ATE, Yunge Peter (kulia) huku Mwenyekiti wa Chama cha Wafanyabiasha wa China nchini Tanzania (CBCT), Janson Huang (wa pili kushoto), na Celestine Leonard wa ATE wakisikiliza wakati wa kongamano hilo.
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