10 years of Tigo Pesa: a journey of creating opportunities and improving Lives to millions of Tanzanians.
The growth of Tanzania’s economy mostly depends on the agriculture sector which has known as a backbone of our economy...Read more
|John Ulanga (first right), Trade Mark East Africa’s representative in Tanzania, addresses a meeting of Female Future Alumni Network members organised by the Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) in Dar es Salaam yesterday. With him (from left) are Peter Ulanga, a Consultant on Technology; ICT Entrepreneur Cynthia Bavo and Digital Advisor Kai Mollel. ATE and the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprises launched the network last year as a Professional Networking and Mentorship platform for career women in Tanzania advocating for gender sensitivity in various aspects of business environments which excessively affect the performance and effectiveness of businesses.|