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  • Tanzania's first domestically produced electric vehicle unveiled

    Posted on :Wednesday , 25th May 2022

    Masoud Kipanya, a Tanzanian cartoonist, showcased the country's first domestically produced electric vehicle.


    Kipanya, who is known for his sarcastic cartoons, claimed the electric automobile was his own innovative concept that he worked on for 11 months.


    Kaypee Motor is the brand name of the ecologically friendly electric automobile. According to Mr Kipany. . .

  • Nissan intends to sell 400-500 automobiles in Tanzania

    Posted on :Tuesday , 26th April 2022

    NISSAN Motors Tanzania expects to sell up to 500 cars in the Tanzanian market this year, as part of its commitment to assisting Tanzania's economic growth by offering flexible and all-terrain transportation requirements.


    According to Nissan Tanzania Sales and Marketing Manager Alfred Minja, the Covid-19pandemic had a significant impact on the automobile sector by disrupting w. . .

  • 12 EU, African associations sign MoU to help the African auto sector grow

    Posted on :Monday , 28th March 2022

    A historic memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed by twelve automobile organisations to accelerate the growth of the African automotive sector.


    A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed digitally between 12 Automotive Associations as part of the EU – Africa Business Forum 2022 with the goal of boosting the growth of the African Automotive In. . .

  • TANAPA signs deal with two firms to purchases vehicles worth 15bn

    Posted on :Wednesday , 23rd February 2022

    TANZANIA National Parks Authority (TANAPA) has agreed to acquire cars and machinery from Al Mansour Auto EA Tanzania Ltd and Hughes Agricultural Tanzania Ltd for more than 15 billion.


    The agreement was signed yesterday at TANAPA Headquarters in Arusha by the two enterprises and the TANAPA Conservation Commissioner, William Mwakilema, revealing that the two firms had won the t. . .

  • French minister unveils electric vehicles in Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 24th November 2021

    Franck Riester, France's Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Attractiveness, formally presented the ecologically friendly electric automobiles developed by E-Motion Africa.


    E-Motion Africa was founded in 2019 with the goal of delivering an unique and easy solution to Tanzania's decarbonization dilemma by converting the diesel engine of safari vehicles into an electric moto. . .


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