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Thursday, 30 June 2016

HON. ASHATU K KIJAJI TO PARTICIPATE IN TANZANIA BANKERS EXPO TO BE HELD AT MLIMANI CITY CONFERENCE CENTRE

WATEJA KUTOKA MITANDAO YOTE KUFURAHIA HUDUMA YA TIGO PESA NDANI YA TANZANIA

Mkuu wa Kitengo cha Huduma za Kifedha kutoka Tigo, Ruan Swanepoel akiongea kuhusu uzinduzi wa kampeni mpya iitwayo NITIGOPESA, ambayo watumiaji wa huduma za kifedha kutoka mitandao mingine wanaweza kutuma na kupokea pesa kutoka kwa watumiaji wa TigoPesa kwa bei ile ile na wafanyabiashara wanaopokea malipo kwa njia ya Tigopesa sasa wanaweza wakalipwa na wateja wa mitandao mingine bila gharama za ziada, Kushoto ni Meneja Chapa wa Tigo William Mpinga. 

Dar es Salaam Juni 28, 2016 - Tigo Tanzania imetangaza kwamba wateja kutoka mitandao yote hivi sasa wanaweza kutuma na kupokea pesa kwa mteja yeyote wa Tigo nchini kupitia huduma salama na ya uhakika ya Tigo Pesa.

Hatua hiyo imetangazwa wakati wa kuzindua kampeni mpya inayojulikana, ‘NITIGOPESA’ ambayo lengo lake kuu ni kuhakikisha wateja kutoka mitandao yote mikubwa ya simu wanaweza kufanya huduma zao za fedha kwa njia ya simu pamoja na wateja wa Tigo Pesa na wafanya biashara nchini Tanzania.

Akizungumza katika mkutano wa waandishi wa habari wakati wa uzinduzi wa kampeni hiyo jijini Dar es Salaam leo, Mkuu wa Huduma za Fedha, Ruan Swanepoel alisema kuwa Tigo imejikita kuanzisha jamii isiyo na tozo ambapo mteja yeyote anaweza kufurahia malipo mbadala na kufurahia huduma wanazozimudu na za uhakika. Ubunifu huu uliojikita kwa mteja unaangalia ujumuishi wa kifedha kwani unasaidia kutoa pesa zaidi katika mfumo wa kawaida wa kifedha na kuchangia katika kuboresha maisha ya wateja kwa kurahisisha shughuli zinazohitaji pesa.

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FASTJET INVESTORS VOTE TO KEEP CHAIRMAN, SHARES DROP ON FUNDS WOES

Fastjet Plc investors voted to retain Chairman Colin Child, defeating a move by the African budget carrier's second-largest shareholder to force out a second top executive within three months.

The airline's London-listed shares fell to a record low earlier when the company said it would have to raise funds to ensure that it had sufficient working capital.

EasyGroup Holdings Ltd, which owns 12.6 percent of Fastjet shares, had sought to oust Child saying he failed to relocate the airline's head office and criticised him for a high cost base, arguments similar to those it used to push for the exit of former CEO Ed Winter in March.

But Fastjet's other shareholders vetoed the move to remove Child.

About 33 million votes were cast against the removal of Child as executive officer and director, while roughly 9.6 million were cast in favour, Fastjet said in a statement. The company did not disclose corresponding percentage figures.

EasyGroup, controlled by Stelios Haji-Ioannou, said it would wait and see whether Fastjet could raise the additional funds it needed and whether the management could reduce costs.

Launched in 2012, Fastjet offers "no frills" flights to undercut larger carriers, seeking to copy the model pioneered by Stelios-founded easyJet Plc and Ryanair Holdings Plc .

BAKHRESA TO INVEST $30 MILLION IN ZIMBABWEAN FLOUR MILL

Tanzanian multimillionaire Said Salim Bakhresa is set to spend $30 million in acquiring a controlling stake in Blue Ribbon Industries (BRI), a flour milling company in Zimbabwe.

According to the Zimbabwe Mail, Bakhresa Group, one of Tanzania’s largest conglomerates, has officially notified Zimbabwe’s Competition and Tariff Commission that it plans to acquire a 100 per cent shareholding in the troubled miller.

In 2014, Bakhresa Group won the bid to acquire a controlling shareholding in BRI after its core shareholders invited tenders for prospective investors to either buy BRI or inject capital to revive the operations of the floundering company.

BRI, which manufactures bread flour and stock feed, had been battling cash flow problems and was struggling to repay loans it owed to a consortium of Zimbabwean banks and trading partners. Bakhresa Group was the preferred bidder.

Bakhresa, which is the largest milling company in Tanzania, with operations in other countries in East Africa, indicated that it would provide equity capital of $30 million to BRI and steer the company back to profitability.

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PRESIDENT JOHN MAGUFULI SETS NEW CHALLENGES FOR REGIONAL COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS

President John Magufuli swears-in the new Shinyanga Regional Commissioner, Ms. Zainab Telack, at the State House in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Witnessing are the Chief Secretary, Ambassador John Kijazi (second left) and Deputy Clerk to the Cabinet, Hassan Shebuge.

  • Tasked to ensure tax compliance 
  • Cautioned against power misuse
President John Magufuli has tasked the newly-appointed regional commissioners (RCs) and district commissioners (DCs) to ensure that all eligible taxpayers meet their obligations and pay due amounts to boost the country’s coffers.

He also asked the new leaders to maintain security for all Tanzanians by virtue of their position as heads of defence and security committees in the regions and districts.

Dr Magufuli issued the directives yesterday soon after swearing-in three new regional commissioners at a ceremony held at the State House in Dar es Salaam.

Early this week, President Magufuli made a mini-reshuffle in the line-up of RCs in three regions and appointed 139 district commissioners (DCs), dropping several others from the current list.

At the ceremony, President Magufuli expressed his keenness on the supervision of revenue collection, saying the government would not hesitate to take stern action against anybody who would fail to meet requisite tax collection obligation. Issuing directives to the new regional and district ‘governors’, the president asked them to ensure that they maximise revenue collection in their areas of jurisdiction, including sealing loopholes for tax evasion.

SHIRIKA LA NYUMBA LA TAIFA (NHC) LAANZA KUTOA HUDUMA KATIKA MAONESHO YA 40 YA KIMATAIFA YA SABASABA


Banda la Shirika la Nyumba la Taifa (NHC) likiwa katika maonesho ya 40 ya Kimataifa ya Biashara, yanayofanyika kila mwaka katika viwanja vya Mwalimu Nyerere Sabasaba jijini Dar es salaam tayari limeanza rasmi kutoa huduma zake katika viwanja hivyo.
Afisa Mawasiliano na Huduma kwa Jamii wa Shirika la Nyumba la Taifa (NHC), Bi Edith Nguruwe akiwapa maelezo wananchi waliotembelea banda la (NHC) kuhusina na huduma zinazotolewa na Shirika hilo.
Afisa Mauzo mwandamizi wa Shirika la Nyumba la Taifa (NHC), Emmanuel Lyimo (kushoto), akimuelezea mwananchi kuhusiana na mradi wa SAFARI CITY uliopo Arusha alipotembelea banda hilo katika maonesho ya Sabasaba.
Afisa Biashara wa NHC, Clara Lumbanga, akitoa ufafanuzi kwa mmoja wa wananchi aliotembelea banda hilo kuhusiana na uzwaji wa nyumba. Katikati ni Afisa Mauzo wa NHC, Joseph Haule.
Afisa Mauzo wa NHC, Jasson Ipyana akimuelezea mwananchi kuhusina na miradi ya nyumba ya bei nafuu ilioko nchini.
Afisa Mauzo wa NHC, Wilson Sanane (kushoto), akifafanua miradi mbalimbali ya Shirika la Nyumba la Taifa (NHC).
Afisa Mauzo, Aika Swai (kushoto), akielezea kuhusiana na utaratibu wa unaoutumika katika ununuzi wa nyumba za (NHC) huku baadhi ya wadau kutoka Shirika la Umeme Tanzania (TANESCO) wakimsikiliza kwa umakini.

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HELIUM DISCOVERY IN TANZANIA A 'GAME-CHANGER'

Helium is used in science in microscopes.
With world supplies running out, the find is a "game-changer", say geologists at Durham and Oxford universities.

Helium is used in hospitals in MRI scanners as well as in spacecraft, telescopes and radiation monitors.

Until now, the precious gas has been discovered only in small quantities during oil and gas drilling.

Using a new exploration approach, researchers found large quantities of helium within the Tanzanian East African Rift Valley.

They say resources in just one part of the Rift valley are enough to fill more than a million medical MRI scanners.

Prof Chris Ballentine, of the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford, said: "This is a game-changer for the future security of society's helium needs and similar finds in the future may not be far away."

And colleague Dr Pete Barry added: 'We can apply this same strategy to other parts of the world with a similar geological history to find new helium resources."

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

A MECHANIC FROM MOSHI BAGS TSHS 3.4M/- IN STANBIC BANK 'DEPOSIT AND WIN' DRAW

Stanbic Bank Tanzania Head of Personal Markets, Lilian Mtali (left) holds a telecom with Felix Shirima (43), a mechanics based in Moshi who emerged winner of the bank's second Deposit and Win draw for the month of May in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Witnessing in a joyful mood from right are, the bank’s Marketing Manager, Evelyn Aguste, a representative from the Gaming Board of Tanzania, Jehud Ngolo and the bank’s Head of Products, Musa Kitoi.
Stanbic Bank Tanzania Marketing Manager, Evelyn Aguste (right) leads a raffle that saw Felix Shirima (43), a mechanics based in Moshi emerge the winner of the bank's second Deposit and Win draw for the month of May in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Witnessing from left are, the bank's Head of Products Musa Kitoi and a representative from the Gaming Board of Tanzania, Jehud Ngolo.
Stanbic Bank Tanzania Head of Products Musa Kitoi (left) addresses journalists during a draw that saw Felix Shirima (43), a mechanics based in Moshi emerge the winner of the bank's second Deposit and Win draw for the month of May in Dar es Salaam yesterday. He is flanked with the bank's Marketing Manager, Evelyn Aguste (right) and a representative from the Gaming Board of Tanzania, Jehud Ngolo.

VODACOM M-PAWA LOANS REACH TSHS 4.2BN/- IN MAY 2016


Over 4.2bn/- in loans was disbursed to Vodacom subscribers last month through M-Pawa thus becoming an important tool of boosting entrepreneurship among women and youth.

Vodacom Tanzania Chief Officer M-Commerce Mr Sitoyo Lopokoiyit said M-Pawa was increasingly being heralded as the tool for bringing financial services to the large unbanked population in Tanzania.

“In just two years since its launch, M-Pawa subscribers have skyrocketed to 4.8 million. To-date, 39bn/- have been issued to subscribers through M-Power and most of them are entrepreneurs mostly women and youth to increase income,” he said.

Prior to introduction of various mobile financial solutions, the unbanked population relied on cash or informal financial services which were typically unsafe, inconvenient and denied them the opportunity to access loans.

TANGA CEMENT PLC INTRODUCES NEW PAYMENT PLATFORM WITH VODACOM’S M-PESA

Tanga Cement PLC Managing Director Reinhardt Swart (left), and Vodacom Tanzania’s Chief Officer – Enterprise Business Unit – Gregory Verbond, signs an agreement which will enable customers of Simba Cement to pay for their purchases via Vodacom’s M-Pesa mobile money transfer service at no extra cost. A brief occasion was held in Tanga yesterday. Standing from left are; Tanga Cement Plant Manager, Eng. Ben Lema, company’s Chief Financial Officer, Pieter de Jager and Vodacom Head of M-Pesa Sales, Paritosh Babla.

NATIONAL MICROFINANCE BANK (NMB), STAR TIMES LAUNCH PARTNERSHIP

National Microfinance Bank Acting Head of Personal Banking, Boma Raballa (second right) unveils a placard during the launch of a partnership with Star Times Tanzania under which customers can pay subscription fees through NMB Mobile and NMB branches across the network in Dar es Salaam yesterday. He is flanked by a Senior Manager from the NMB Marketing Department, Yusuf Kenyagwa (right) and Star Times Customer Service Manager, Gaspar Ngowi. 
National Microfinance Bank (NMB) has launched a product that would help subscribers with Star Times Tanzania Limited pay subscription fees through the bank.

Speaking shortly after the launching ceremony in Dar es Salaam, the NMB Acting Head of Personal Banking, Mr Boma Raballa, said the cooperation would make it possible for subscribers with Star Times to pay for their fees through mobile phones and NMB branches across the network using NMB mobile platforms.

He said that the bank has fully accommodated Star Times within NMB mobile and the entire branch network in the country not that the service is convenient and safe for customers to use.

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COMORO, TANZANIA VOW TO STRENGTHEN BILATERAL RELATIONS

Vice President, Samia Suluhu Hassan poses for a souvenir photo with Comoro President, Azali Assouman (third left), who is on a short leave, when they met at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam while he was on his way to attend Umrah prayers in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, yesterday. Together with them are some of his delegates and officials from the Embassy.
Comoro President Azali Assoumani has assured Tanzania that his government shall continue strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries especially in business, health and education sectors.

The Comoro leader gave the assurance at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) when he held talks with Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan on behalf of President John Magufuli.

Mr Assoumani decided to take a rest for a little while at JNIA on his way to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. He also commended the efforts by the Fifth Phase government to ensure that social services were available to Tanzanian citizens insisting that his government would continue learning from the Tanzanian government in a bid to stamp out problems bedevilling residents of Comoro.

PRIME MINISTER KASSIM MAJALIWA ATTENDS THE EXTRAORDINARY SUMMIT OF SADC

The Prime Minister, Kassim Majolica (third right), attends the Extraordinary Summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Troika Summit chaired by their host, Botswana President Seretse Khama Ian Khama (centre), in Gaborone yesterday. The Premier represented President John Magufuli (Photo by Prime Ministers Office)

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

STANDARD CHARTERED BANK TANZANIA AND TANZANIA POSTAL BANK PARTNER TO ENHANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE

Standard Chartered Bank’s Head of Transaction Banking, Chima Mbanefo, speaks at a press conference to announce the partnership between the two Banks. Looking on are: L-R: Standard Chartered Bank’s Head of Retail Clients, Michael Shio, Tanzania Postal Bank’s Director of Technology and Operations, Jema Msuya, and Tanzania Postal Bank’s Chief Manager Corporate Affairs, Noves Moses.
Standard Chartered Bank’s Head of Retail Clients, Michael Shio (centre), speaks at a press conference to announce the partnership between the two Banks. Looking on are: Standard Chartered Bank’s Head of Transaction Banking, Chima Mbanefo (left) and Tanzania Postal Bank’s Director of Technology and Operations, Jema Msuya (right).

NATIONAL MICROFINANCE BANK (NMB) CONSTRUCTS TWO MOBILE POLICE POSTS

NMB Chief Financial Officer, Waziri Barnabas.
The National Microfinance Bank (NMB) has donated two mobile police posts to the police force in the country worth over 145m/-, that were launched by President John Magufuli in Dar es Salaam on Saturday.

The NMB Chief Financial Officer Mr Waziri Barnabas said at the event that the bank’s contribution supported government efforts in improving and modernising the police force in the country in a bid to curb crimes and maintain community safety.

“We have supported the police force in their important initiative that was also used as an avenue to demonstrate to the general public the various activities it performs which are crucial in maintaining peace and security in the country,” he said.

He said NMB has over 177 branches network and ATMs spread across in almost all districts, thus a strong police army was an important segment in ensuring safety of business banking and people’s money.

He said in this year the bank financed the police force conference of senior police officers with over 75m/- and has been doing it for four consecutive years.

BENKI YA CRDB YAFADHILI UJENZI WA KITUO CHA MAWASILIANO CHA JESHI LA POLISI

Jiwe la Msingi la Kituo cha Mawasiliano cha Jeshi la Polisi lililowekwa na Rais Dk. John Magufuli. Kituo hicho kimefadhiliwa na Benki ya CRDB kwa gharama ya zaidi ya shilingi milioni 300.
Brass Band ya Polisi ikitumbuiza katika hafla ya uzinduzi wa Kituo cha Mawasiliano cha Jeshi la Polisi.
Rais John Magufuli (katikati) akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na viongozi wa Serikali. Kulia ni Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya CRDB, Dk. Charles Kimei.

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COMMERCIAL BANK OF AFRICA HOSTS AN IFTAR FOR ITS CUSTOMERS IN DAR ES SALAAM

Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) Tanzania Managing Director, Dr. Gift Soko, addresses the bank's customers during an Iftar hosted hosted by the bank in Dar es Salaam over the weekend.

EXIM BANK TANZANIA HOSTS AN IFTAR FOR ITS CLIENTS

Exim Bank Tanzania Head of Treasury, George Shumbusho (in white robe), attends to some of the bank's customers during an Iftar banquet hosted by the bank for its clients in Dar es Salaam over the weekend.

DIAMOND TRUST BANK (DTB) HOSTS AN IFTAR EVENT FOR ITS CUSTOMERS IN TANGA

Chief Guest, former Mayor of Tanga, Hon. Kassim Kisauji speaks to invited guests during an Iftar event hosted by Diamond Trust Bank Tanzania at Nyumbani Hotel in Tanga over the weekend and was attended by over 200 guests and customers.
Diamond Trust Bank Tanzania (DTB) held an Iftar event for its customers in Tanga on Saturday 25th June 2016. The event took place at Nyumbani Hotel and was well attended by over 200 invited guests and customers.

The event was graced by the presence of Tanga Regional Administrative officer Eng. Zena Said, Retired Tanga Mayor, Hon. Kassim Kisauji and Chief Sheikh of Tanga, Juma Ali Luwuchu.

PROSECUTORS ORDERED TO SPEED UP INVESTIGATIONS ON HARRY KITILYA'S TRIAL

Former Commissioner General with Tanzania
Revenue Authority (TRA), Harry Kitilya.
The Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday ordered the prosecution to expedite the investigations into the trial of former Commissioner General with Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), Harry Kitilya and two others, facing 12bn/-money laundering charges.

Principal Resident Magistrate Thomas Simba gave the directive yesterday when the case came for mention. The prosecution had told the court that investigations into the matter have not been completed and the case file had been forwarded to investigators.

“The file of the case is with the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau for implementation of some directives. For that matter the investigations into the case are still incomplete.

We pray for another mention date,” State Attorney said. The magistrate granted the request and adjourned the matter to July 11, for mention.

Other accused persons in the matter apart from Kitilya are Shose Sinare, who is former Miss Tanzania and Head of Investment Banking at Stanbic Bank and Sioi Graham Solomon, former Chief Legal Counsel to the bank.

PRIME MINISTER, KASSIM MAJALIWA LEAVES FOR GABORONE TO ATTEND SADC DOUBLE TROIKA SUMMIT

Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa.
The Prime Minister, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, will lead the Tanzanian delegation to the Extraordinary Summit of Southern African Development Community (SADC) Double Troika scheduled to start today in Gaborone, Botswana.

According to a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office in Dar es Salaam, the Premier will represent President John Magufuli at the summit to be held at Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC).

Botswana President Seretse Khama Ian Khama, who is the current SADC Chairperson, will open the summit which will discuss the state of security and defence in Lesotho,” reads part of the statement.

The statement pointed out that the meeting would be preceded by a meeting of permanent secretaries from the ministries of foreign affairs, regional integration and international relations in the 15-member state regional economic grouping.

The meeting will be attended by South African President and outgoing SADC Troika Chairperson, Mr Jacob Zuma; and Mozambique President and current SADC Troika Chairperson Jacinto Felipe Nyusi.

PRESIDENT JOHN MAGUFULI INSPECTS THE POLICE FORCE CALL CENTRE

President John Magufuli inspects the Police Force call centre at the Central Police Station that was renovated by CRDB Bank in Dar es Salaam over the weekend. He is flanked from left by Inspector General of Police, Ernest Mangu, Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner, Paul Makonda, Home Affairs Minister, Mwigulu Nchemba, Superdoll Executive Director, Seif Ali Seif, CRDB Bank Managing Director, Dr. Charles Kimei and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs, Major General Projest Rwegasira. (Photo by State House).

Monday, 27 June 2016

EXCLUSIVE: NIGERIA'S DANGOTE SHIFTS FOCUS FROM CEMENT TO OIL AND GAS

Founder and Chief Executive of the Dangote Group Aliko Dangote gestures during an interview with Reuters in his office in Lagos, Nigeria, June 13, 2012.

Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, plans to launch Nigeria's first private crude oil refinery by 2019 while almost doubling his cement production on the continent by adding plants in eight countries as he shrugs off a regional economic downturn.

Dangote told Reuters the $12 billion refinery would have a capacity of 650,000 barrels a day, cornering the market in Africa's most populous country, where fuel shortages are a perennial problem.
Until recently, Nigeria was Africa's biggest crude oil producer but it imports 80 percent of its fuel because poor maintenance means its four refineries never reach full output. Its current daily consumption is 260,000 barrels, according to the International Energy Agency.

A slump in commodity prices has hammered Nigeria's economy - along with many others on the continent - and raised the cost of borrowing but Dangote, whose business empire stretches from cement to flour and pasta, is pushing hard into oil and gas.

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BHARTI AIRTEL COMMITS TO TANZANIA AS IT EXITS TANZANIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANY LIMITED (TTCL)

Treasury Registrar, Mr Lawrence Mafuru (left) and Bharti Airtel Africa CEO, Christian De Faria signing an agreement to exit its shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) where it held 35% Equity together with the Government of Tanzania holding 65%. Looking on center is the Deputy Permanent Secretary Ministry of Construction Work and Communication Dr. Maria Sasabo, and other government officials. The Signing ceremony took place today at TTCL Head Office, Samora Avenue, Dar es Salaam.
Treasury Registrar, Mr Lawrence Mafuru (left) displays Bharti Airtel shareholding certificate soon after Bharti Airtel Africa CEO, Christian De Faria (right) signed an agreement to exit its shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) where Bharti Airtel held 35%.
Airtel Africa team with Tanzania Government delegates soon after signing an agreement for Bharti Airtel to exit its 35% shareholding in Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL ). The Government of Tanzania will now own 100% equity.

Dar es salaam, 24th June, 2016: Airtel Tanzania (Airtel) announced that it has signed an agreement with Tanzania Telecommunications Company Limited (TTCL) to complete the sale of its 35% shareholding in the fixed line business to the Government of Tanzania.

Airtel Africa’s Executive Chairman, Christian de Faria said, “The completion of the sale of Bharti Airtel’s shareholding in TTCL to the Government marks the end of a long and mutually beneficial journey in fixed line telecommunications. Airtel remains committed to Tanzania as it continues its strategic partnership with the Government through the mobile business – Airtel Tanzania, and will continue to invest to grow the business further.”

NHC YAKUTANA NA WADAU WA SEKTA YA UJENZI KUPITIA MRADI WA ECO RESIDENCE KINONDONI HANANASIFU JIJINI DAR ES SALAAM

Mkurugenzi wa Ubunifu wa Shirika la Nyumkba la Taifa la Tanzania (NHC), Issack Peter akitoa mada kuhusu utendaji wa Shirika hilo jijini Dar es Salaam wakati wa mkutano wa kujifunza utekelezaji mradi wa ECO Residence uliojengwa na NHC Kinondoni Hananasifu na kujadili mapendekezo ya mradi huo.
Prof Ninatubu Lema, kutoka Chuo cha Uhandisi na Teknolojia (CoET) akisisitiza jambo wakati wa mkutano wa kujifunza utekelezaji wa mradi ECO Residence na kujadili mapendekezo ya mradi huo.
Wadau mbalimbali wa sekta ya ujenzi wakifuatilia mada mbalimbali wakati wa mkutano wa kujifunza utekelezaji mradi wa ECO Residence na kujadili mapendekezo ya mradi huo.
Wadau mbalimbali wa sekta ya ujenzi wakifuatilia mada mbalimbali wakati wa mkutano wa kujifunza utekelezaji mradi wa ECO Residence na kujadili mapendekezo ya mradi huo.
Wafanyakazi wa Shirika la Nyumkba la Taifa la Tanzania (NHC) wakimsikiliza Mkurugenzi wa Ubunifu wa Shirika hilo, Issack Peter wakati akitoa ufafanuzi kuhusiana na malengo ya uendelezaji wa mradi huo. 
Mkurugenzi wa Ubunifu wa Shirika la Nyumkba la Taifa la Tanzania (NHC), Issack Peter akizungumza na waandishi wa habari mara baada ya kumalizika kwa mkutano wa kujifunza utekelezaji mradi wa ECO Residence na kujadili mapendekezo ya mradi huo.
Muonekano wa Jengo linavyoonekana kwa nje.
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