Archive for the ‘Tanzania’ category
Chai Bora MD discusses the company’s plans and the benefits of having private equity investors on board.
Talking investment with CEO of Mkoba Private Equity Fund.
“Today we are making enough money to cover the company’s bills and support ourselves as well as pay for our university education.”
Benedict Tesha, owner of Jamaa Technologies, talks about the factors that led to his previous business’s collapse.
“It’s an exciting time in Africa and the internet is shifting the way we do business.”
“In Dar es Salaam there is a huge increase in the purchase of apartments,” says Mustafa Suleimanji, managing director for Lamudi in Tanzania.
Juabar has built a franchise network of micro-business owners who offer phone charging services.
“Be honest in your dealings. You will sleep well and will still make the money you require to live in this world.”
When Canadian Sandra Macdonald-Mulokozi moved to Tanzania 11 years ago, she craved a café where she would get good coffee and Wi-Fi. So she opened one.
Event-goers in Tanzania can now purchase tickets via their mobile phones using mobile money.
Tanzania social enterprise is helping children in East Africa improve their maths with interactive educational cartoon.
I’m often asked where I’ll will be investing in the coming months and years? So here are five hotspots that I’d highlight for 2015.
“To force a private company to become a listed company without any regard to the maturity of the stock market is extreme.”
“Technology jobs bring a lot of money but it also comes with a hell of a lot of stress.”
In 2012, the average working Tanzanian earned the equivalent of US$1,200, which is lower than the average for sub-Saharan Africa.