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  • G7 DFIs & partners to invest over $80b in Africa’s private sector

    Posted on :Tuesday , 15th June 2021

    The G7 nations, in collaboration with multilateral partners, have pledged to invest $80 billion in Africa's private sector.

     

    The G7 Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), including the UK's CDC Group, will assist sustained economic recovery and growth in Africa with this investment, which will be phased in over the next five years. The International Finance Corporation of th. . .

  • Tanzania gears towards Covid-19 vaccination

    Posted on :Friday , 11th June 2021

    Once considered as the staunch anti-Covid country, Tanzania is gearing towards vaccination after a team of health experts handed in their report on how to roll out mass inoculation to President Samia Suluhu.

     

    The report comes a month after a special committee of experts handed in another report evaluating the Covid-19 situation in the country.

     

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  • Tanzania President Samia Suluhu set to visit Kenya

    Posted on :Tuesday , 4th May 2021

    Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan is scheduled to arrive in Kenya for a two-day State Visit on Tuesday, May 4th.

     

    On the same day, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta will welcome her to State House in Nairobi.

     

    During her visit, Samia will address the joint houses of Kenyan Parliament, according to Tanzanian government spokesperson Gerson Msigwa.

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  • EU & Tanzania sign Sh308 billion deal for six projects

    Posted on :Friday , 5th March 2021

    The European Union and Tanzania's government signed an agreement yesterday to fund the implementation of six projects aimed at fostering economic growth and improving people's lives.

     

    According to information released after the signing of the deal, the government will collect grants totaling 111.5 million euros (Sh307.9 billion) for programs to be undertaken in both Tanzania M. . .

  • Pakistan, Tanzania sign MoUs to improve trade ties

    Posted on :Friday , 8th January 2021

    Two Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed by Pakistan and Tanzania, including bilateral political meetings between the foreign ministries of the two countries and the creation of a Joint Commission on Economic Cooperation.

     

    During the meeting in Dar es Salaam between Pakistan's High Commissioner for Tanzania Muhammad Saleem and Dr Palamagamba John Aidan Mwaluko K. . .

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