Tag: Dar es Salaam
Op-Ed: With COVID-19 causing food insecurity, cold storage facilities are more important than ever for fishermen, here’s why…
From Catch to Plate: solar cold chain key to sustainable aquaculture.
Tanzania's economy saw an active 2019. The country's capital moved from Dar Es Salaam to Dodoma, the Government managed to collect record taxes in Q2 and the President inaugurated a brand new airport terminal. Not everything was on the up and up though, the market did see some hits. Bankable Partner, Ivan Tarimo joins CNBC Africa to discuss the good, the bad and the future.
The fourth edition of the East African Community's Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki Utamaduni Festival or simply 'JamaFest' is currently underway in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. The bi-annual seven day event, that's designed to promote regional socio-cultural integration, began as a mandate given at the EAC Council of Ministers in 2011 and since has been hosted by Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda. Now the ball is in Tanzania's court, Entertainment and Logistics Expert, Hellen Kazimoto joins CNBC Africa for more.
Next week will see the beginning of 4th annual SADC Industrialization Week taking place in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. The week-long event will operate under the theme, 'A conducive business environment for inclusive and sustainable industrial development'. One of the main focuses of the conference will be to go through the SADC Industrialization Strategy and Roadmap and to identify projects that can be jointly implemented by the public and private sectors within the SADC member states. Tanzanian Minister of Industry and Trade, Innocent Bashungwa joins CNBC Africa for more.
Legal jargon and policy language can sometimes be difficult for anyone to understand, combine that with ever changing labour laws and you or your HR department could be making costly mistakes. Now Broadband Solutions thinks they have a tool that can help everyone from entrepreneurs to HR and Legal advisors keep up with developments in the Tanzanian labour laws. For more CNBC Africa is joined from Dar es Salaam by Founder of the company, Kamanga Kapinga.
Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner plans to set up a squad to hunt down and arrest gay people.
With the help of drones, city authorities are drawing up plans to protect and assist suburbs at risk of flooding like Tandale.