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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Press Release: Kenyan teacher wins Excellence award


Dar Bourse Records Weaker Performance


NSE chairman James Wangunyu and CEO Chris Mwebesa (left) at a past event at the stock market. Efforts to integrate markets regionally have picked up. Photo/FILE 
THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) recorded a weaker performance in terms of turnover and activity level last week compared to previous trading session.

President Jets Back From U.S. On Monday

US President Barack Obama in Washington, DC, November 4, 2013. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB 


New York — PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete returns home today after concluding his fiveday engagement at the United Nations where he addressed fellow leaders and held various bilateral meetings on diverse issues.

TPDF to Have 12,000 New Military Houses

President Uhuru Kenyatta greets National Youth Service recruits after a parade at the NYS college in Gilil on September 10, 2014. PHOTO | SULEIMAN MBATIAH
President Uhuru Kenyatta greets National Youth Service recruits after a parade at the NYS college in Gilil on September 10, 2014. PHOTO | SULEIMAN MBATIAH |  NATION MEDIA GROUP

Shanghai in China — TANZANIA has signed an agreement with China which will see the Asian nation providing a 550 million US dollar (over 900bn/-) concessional loan for construction of Tanzania Peoples' Defence Forces (TPDF) houses across the country.

Africa banks jostle for a piece of EAC’s huge trading bloc

Kenya Bankers Association head Habil Olaka (left), KBA chairman and chief executive officer of Standard Chartered Bank, Mr Richard Etemesi (centre) and KCB boss Martin Oduor-Otieno. African banks are enhancing their presence in East Africa to exploit the market when member countries integrate, creating one of Africa’s largest trading blocs. PHOTO/FILE

Kenya Bankers Association head Habil Olaka (left), KBA chairman and chief executive officer of Standard Chartered Bank, Mr Richard Etemesi (centre) and KCB boss Martin Oduor-Otieno. African banks are enhancing their presence in East Africa to exploit the market when member countries integrate, creating one of Africa’s largest trading blocs. PHOTO/FILE  NATION MEDIA GROUP

Tanzanians Among Africa's Young Business Laureates

 Kenya Bankers Association head Habil Olaka (left), KBA chairman and chief executive officer of Standard Chartered Bank, Mr Richard Etemesi (centre) and KCB boss Martin Oduor-Otieno. African banks are enhancing their presence in East Africa to exploit the market when member countries integrate, creating one of Africa’s largest trading blocs. PHOTO/FILE
Kenya Bankers Association head Habil Olaka (left), KBA chairman and chief executive officer of Standard Chartered Bank, Mr Richard Etemesi (centre) and KCB boss Martin Oduor-Otieno. African banks are enhancing their presence in East Africa to exploit the market when member countries integrate, creating one of Africa’s largest trading blocs. PHOTO/FILE  NATION MEDIA GROUP
FIVE Tanzanians have been recognised by a leading international research centre of France as most dynamic young African business leaders with potential to carry the continent new higher development levels.

Ecobank and Global Fund Expand Partnership

 Customers at a banking hall. Out of Sh85 million stolen from different banks in August, police suspect Sh30 million ended up with rogue workers. Photo/FILE
Customers at a banking hall. Out of Sh85 million stolen from different banks in August, police suspect Sh30 million ended up with rogue workers. Photo/FILE 

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Ecobank Group and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria are expanding a partnership to include South Sudan after collaborating since 2011 on capacity-building programmes for Global Fund implementers in Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria.

U.S. $ 2 Trillion in Investments Back Green Bonds to Tap Usd 100 Trillion Bond Market for Climate Solutions


Trading at the NSE floor. Photo/FILE
Trading at the NSE floor. Photo/FILE 
Trading at the NSE floor. Photo/FILE 
By JUSTUS ONDARI
East African stock markets chief executives have agreed on a raft of measures aimed at creating a single market in the region.
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Green Bond commitments announcement for next 12 months by issuers, banks and investors
New York, September 29, 2014 - Investors representing over two trillion dollars of assets under management as of September 23, issued an Investor Statement on Green Bonds and Climate Bonds, committing to grow a global market in the financing of climate change solutions. At the same a group of 13 development banks, investors and issuers committed themselves to further developing the Green Bonds market.

China Promises More Investments

Kenyans line up to open CDS accounts ahead of Safaricom share offer last year. The company holds its first annual general meeting since going public on Wednesday.
 

CHINA has promised more investment in the country whereas by the end of last year, the country has offered 1.6bn US dollars support in various development projects countrywide.

Dar approves Nation Media Group cross-listing

Trading at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Photo/FILE

Trading at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Photo/FILE 
By SAMUEL KAMNDAYA
Capital Market authorities have approved a proposal by the Nation Media Group (NMG) to cross list its shares on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE), giving a chance for Tanzanians to own shares in East Africa’s biggest media house.

Hope As Foreign Investors' Limit At DSE Is Lifted

 Trading at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Photo/FILE
Trading at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Photo/FILE 
THE Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange is set for a boom in business after the government lifted controls on foreign- share ownership, making the burse more enticing for companies to consider initial public offerings.

China Blanket Manufacturer Eyes to Invest in Tanzania

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Opening Session of the Climate Change Summit at the United Nations in New York September 23, 2014, in New York. PHOTO | TIMOTHY A. CLARY
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon speaks during the Opening Session of the Climate Change Summit at the United Nations in New York September 23, 2014, in New York. PHOTO | TIMOTHY A. CLARY |  AFP

Zhejiang — CHINA'S Zhejiang Truelove Blanket Technology said is studying and familiarising with the country market for the possibility of making Tanzania its hub for East African region.

Mo Foundation Says African Governance Improving

 
 View over a section of Bakara market, Mogadishu.
THE 2014 Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) was launched, showing that overall governance improved on the African continent between 2009 and 2013.

TradeMark East Africa launches web portal to boost regional business, interaction

Guests experiencing the new portal launched by TradeMark East Africa on September 29, 2014. PHOTO | COURTESY 
By BEATRICE OBWOCHA
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TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) has launched a web portal that will enable the business community in the region to access crucial information online.

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