Moyo Media Co. Ltd
Misufini Street, 74205 Kichungwani P. O. Box 271 Chake –Chake, South – Pemba, Zanzibar –Tanzania

Moyo Media Co. Ltd is the media and ICT Company based in Tanzania. It was founded back in 2008. We are dealing with Web Solutions, ICT Solutions, Graphic Designing and Video Productions. OUR MISSION is To inject energy and passion into what we do and make life interesting and exciting for everyone while OUR VISION is To become the leading services provider in Zanzibar, Tanzania and across the world.


Creativity and Innovation:
We love being inspired and being inspirational for others. We enjoy pushing boundaries, experimenting and taking risks as a way of learning and discovering new experiences.

High Nobility:
We value quality in what we do and how we do it. We believe our work gives people memorable experiences and a sense of pride in their accomplishments.

We want to have fun and to be fun for other people. We believe in injecting energy and passion into what we do and making life interesting and exciting for everyone.

Human First:
We believe in being grounded, approachable and human-scale. We recognize and appreciate peoples’ diverse skills and talents and believe in investing time and energy in supporting each other and sharing our knowledge and experience.

“We will work to make sure your business succeeds”
+255 24 245 2074
Tumaini University Makumira (TUMA)

Tumaini University Makumira (TUMA) , formerly Lutheran Theological College Makumira, is the main campus of Tumaini University Makumira, the university of the Evangilical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT) established in 1997. We are located in northern Tanzania (East Africa).

Statement of Mission and Rationale of Tumaini University Makumira

The Mission of the College is:

to provide educational programs which will be progressively harnessed to focus as best as possible on the economic and social development of the people at all levels;
to engage its faculties and students in studies of higher learning committed to the pursuit of truth through scientific research and inquiries
to promote higher education in its broadest sense, delving into fact-finding under the guidance of and in obedience to the Word of God;
to serve the promotion of liberty for all categories of people in society by being alert and well informed on all those important matters commonly associated with the best of University education;
to be sensitive to the pressures which dehumanize society and oppress human kind so as to rescue, elaborate and communicate those elements of national culture which are possible and humanizing while at the same time liberating human capacities, engendering and nurturing good moral values;
to provide the kind of education which will promote freedom from diseases, ignorance and poverty for all people in society. The assurance of freedom includes the removal of hampering influences which tend to block honest research and studies;
to explore, test and analyze new ideas, models and alternative avenues for development and promotion of a viable and just human society;
to realize hopes and meet the expectations of the ELCT by developing resources from which fresh intellectual and spiritual breezes will spring up and spread out far and wide for the renewal of the Church and society as a whole.

Objectives of the College

The College shall, subject to the Provisions of this Charter, and in addition to any other powers conferred by the Charter have the following objectives:

to preserve, transmit and enhance knowledge for the benefit of the peoples of Tanzania, Africa and the rest of the world without gender discrimination in accordance with the various principles and developmental strategies prevailing in the world;
to empower students to enhance the formation of their fundamental capabilities, and by assisting them to think critically and to be skilful in communication and methods of inquiry;
to create a sense of public responsibility in the students and to promote respect for learning and the pursuit of truth and mature thinking about the ultimate meaning of human life;
to encourage perspectives and moral values embodying a sense of vocation, a deep concern for human betterment, an obligation of service to others equality among persons, loyalty to the truth and responsible citizenship;
to develop and promote leadership with moral character and instilled with a sense of care and responsibility for all;
to stimulate and to promote cultural development, inter-personal relationships and international understanding among the students;
to promote an understanding of the practical applications of knowledge including historical origin, purpose and meaning of life, a sense of value to life, a balance of intellectual and spiritual health , identification with African culture, and integration of various cultures.
to provide conducive learning and working environment to special needs of women and of persons with common physical disabilities of sight, hearing and movement.

Powers and Functions of the college

The College shall, subject to the provisions of the Universities Act, 2005, Regulations made there under and the Charter regarding provisions on gender and opportunities for persons from disadvantaged groups, have the following functions:-

to provide courses leading to degrees, diplomas or certificates, including training for persons wishing to enter the College;
to hold examinations and to confer degrees, including honorary degrees and other awards, upon persons who have followed courses of study approved by the Senate, and, additionally or alternatively, have satisfied such other requirements as may be determined by the Senate;
to institute, establish or create professorships and other posts and offices and to make appointments thereto in line with such organizational structure as shall be approved from time to time by the Board in consultation with the Council;
to provide for research and courses of instruction, whether on a full time or part-time basis, by correspondence or extramurally, and to take such other steps as may appear necessary and desirable for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge;
to erect, equip and maintain laboratories, offices, halls, of residence, lecture halls, libraries, museums and other buildings and structures required for the promotion of its objects;
to regulate and/or provide, where possible, and subject to the College regulations, housing for its students and members of staff;
to co-operate with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and other interested institutions of the peoples of Tanzania and outside the United Republic in the planned and orderly development of quality education, science and technology in the United Republic of Tanzania
to provide and maintain sports fields and other recreational facilities;
to establish pension and superannuation schemes for the benefit of its staff;
to demand and receive such fees as may from time to time be prescribed by the College Governing Board;
to acquire any property, movable, or immovable and to take, accept and hold any property which may become vested in it by way of purchase, exchange, grant, donation, lease or testamentary disposition;
to open, maintain and operate bank accounts as approved by the Board;
to sell, mortgage, let or hire, exchange, donate or otherwise dispose of any property held by it;
to invest in land or securities such funds as may be vested in it for the purpose of endowment, whether for general or specific purposes, or such other funds as may not be immediately required for current expenditure;
to enter into such contracts, to appoint such officers and to establish such trusts as may be required for the furtherance of the objects of the University;
to borrow money for any purpose which the College Governing Board determines as appropriate;
to promote research into scientific, political, social, cultural and other areas of knowledge generally, with particular reference to the interests of Tanzania and mankind in general, and to promote intellectual, cultural, scientific and technological development;
to endeavour, seek and/or institute and award fellowships, scholarships, bursaries, medals, prizes and other distinction awards and forms of assistance or sponsorship for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge;
to enter into legal agreements with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, Institutions which collaborate with the ELCT or any other Institution regarding anything that the College is empowered to do under this Charter;
to do, in accordance with the general law of the United Republic of Tanzania and this Charter, all such acts and things, whether or not incidental to these objects, powers and functions, and whether within or outside the United Republic of Tanzania, as may be required, desirable or expedient in order to further these objectives, powers and functions or any of them.
Dragonfly Marketing
Johannesburg Cape Town Durban Tanzania

Dragonfly Marketing is a company made up of a bunch of really exceptional people. We all offer different expertise – from graphic design to development and strategy analysis – but the one thing that brings us all together is our love for the company and marketing industry.

What We Do
We’re an integrated marketing agency offering a range of services, from digital marketing to branding and strategy development. We bring our full range of in-house services together to provide complete, exceptional, services to all of our clients.

Why We’re Exceptional
Everything we do is carefully managed to provide the ultimate service, knowledge, and products to our clients. We never use templates or standard ideas to produce our work – everything is custom made for your particular needs. This means that you get a marketing agency that delivers results.

Company Mission
To become the premier marketing and digital marketing company in Africa, with a name synonymous with quality, perfection and innovation. We intend to grow to have a footprint spanning the continent, providing our clients with cross-continental services and products that separate their marketing efforts from their competitors.

Company Values
The needs of the client are above our own.
The quality of our work is always exceptional.
We provide creative innovation to surpass expectations.
All people are treated with integrity and respect.
Work is executed timeously and efficiently.

Company Oath
I will be positive about the company, my colleagues and the work of the company.
I will check all my work and ensure it is free of error.
I will work smart and take responsibility for my job.
I will treat every person with respect and dignity.
I will always respond to clients timeously and honestly.
I will be creative and innovative in my approach to all that I do.
I will have fun.
Mollel Pixels Tech
Mbauda Rd, Arusha.

We are one of the best and affordable website designing company in Arusha, Tanzania offering high quality Website services. Our Services include Custom Web Designing & Development, Website Hosting, Search Engine Optimization(SEO), Online & Digital Marketing, Domain Registration and Graphics design. We strive to completely satisfy your unique web design needs and requirements. We will be there for you from the initial planning phase, to the project deployment and management until the completion, launch and post launch maintenance and revisions.
255 719 366790
Impatiens Tours & Safaris
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Impatiens Tours & Safaris is one of the Africa’s adventure travel companies specializing on Mountain climbing, Adventurous Safari and Beach Holiday. Starting as a Charitable trekking company in 2015 we have later grew to offer Beach Holiday and Safari Adventure Company; we have since then earned an outstanding reputation as a Tanzania’s leading company in organizing quality small and big groups trekking and safari and adventure holidays.
+255 755 464864 | +255 789 116622
Jcp Engineering Company Ltd

Arusha, Box: 14487, Tanzania

Maungani, Box: 4130, Zanzibar

Jcp has forged relationships through commitment to timeless tradition and timely technology.

This pattern of excellence continues today, and is the blueprint for achievement tomorrow.

Jcp ownership and management are one and same, and that combination of personal investment and direct oversight serves every project with attention to detail, quick responses and unmatched in its efficiency.

This management system facilitates the open flow of communication on every project, linking architect, owner and contractor in the everyday business development.

Our Vision​

Is the conduit for this success, and is founded on a team-building approach to our employees and client relationships.

This vision encompasses the tradition of quality construction practices, with an emphasis on innovation.

Integral to the concept of quality is our adherence to the highest ethical and professional standard.
+255685439339 | +255684309194
First Car Rental Tanzania
Head office
Amani Place – 4th Floor,
Opp. Serena Hotel
P.O. Box 21338, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

First Car Rental Tanzania maintains a vast fleet of vehicles in Tanzania and has multiple branches in the region which include major tourist destinations and a 24 / 7 service center at the Mwalimu JK Nyerere International Airport.

Worldwide, we offer car hire in over 100 countries and 4 500 locations. The First Car Rental fleet ranges from no-frills models to top-of-the-range luxury cars. First Car Rental is listed as one of the top 4 car rental companies in South Africa, making us a formidable player in the car rental industry. First Car Rental officially opened its doors in Tanzania on 1st October, 2014. First Car Rental strives daily to fulfil its promise of being First in Car Hire, First in Service by offering world class, innovative car hire solutions for customers who love the journey as much as the destination.

SKYLINK RENT A CAR LTD, an associate company of Skylink Travel & Tours Limited dealing with all car rental services within Tanzania and currently operating as First Car Rental franchisee. In November, 1994, Mr. Moustafa H. Khataw who was previously General Manager of another travel agency for 6 years and the present Managing Director of Skylink Travel & Tours Limited bought out the previous shareholders. In 1996 Skylink Rent A Car Ltd started operating officially in Tanzania.


Skylink Rent A Car Ltd approached First Car Rental earlier this year (2014), a company that has made a name for themselves in South Africa, Mauritius, Malta & Turkey. They are owned by the CMH Group a company listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange since 1987. Their humble beginnings commenced in 1999. The company had the National and Alamo global brands but rebranded to First Car Rental in April 2008. They are listed as a Top 500 Best Managed Companies in South Africa, and has won 1st place at the South African Service Awards as the best car rental company in South Africa 2013 & 2014. The organisation commenced operations in South Africa 15 years ago with three branches and a fleet of 145 vehicles. Today the business boasts a fleet of over 6,500 vehicles and has over 47 branches, including branches at all major South African airports, business and tourist destinations.


To exceed customer expectations at every interface

Empathy – Listen to what has heart and meaning
Honesty -Tell the truth without blame or judgement
Humanity – Show up and choose to be present for others
Team Work – Binding together as a single force to remain strong and unconquerable
Punctuality – Developing a reputation for reliability and excellence in all that we do
Quality – Having high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution
Integrity – Adherence to moral and ethical principles

2013 Winner of the South African Service Award – Most Consistent Performer over the Past 3 Years across all categories

2013 Winner of the South African Service Award for Car Hire (voted by our customers)

Top 500: Best Managed Companies in South Africa Award – Top 500 Awards

2012 Winner of the South African Service Award for Car Hire (voted by our customers)

2012 Thebe Annual Group Excellence Awards – Thebe Community Development Award

Top 500: Best Managed Companies in South Africa Award – Top 500 Business Awards

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Service Operator, Small Category – First Car Rental Port Elizabeth Airport

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Service Operator, Small Category – First Car Rental Upington Airport

South African Service Awards – Silver Award: Travel and Related Service – Car Hire division: Read More

Top 500: South Africa’s Best Managed Companies Award – Top 500 Business Award

ACSA Feather Award –  Best Car Hire Service Operator, Medium Category – First Car Rental Upington Airport

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Service Operator, Small Category – First Car Rental Kimberly Airport

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Service Operator, Small Category – First Car Rental Upington Airport

Voted 4th in the Top 500 Best Managed Companies – First Car Rental Achieves Top 500 status

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Operator of the Year – First Car Rental Cape Town International Airport

ACSA Feather Award – Best Car Hire Operator of the Year – First Car Rental George Airport

ACSA Award – Best Car Hire Operator of the year First Car Rental George Airport

Northern Cape Service Excellence Award – Kimberley Airport being the Runner up

ACSA Award – Best Car Hire Operator of the Year – First Car Rental Kimberley Airport

ACSA Award – Best Car Hire Operator of the Year – First Car Rental East London Airport

Voted one of Top 300 Companies

UNIGLOBE – Service Awards-Sales, After Sales, Support & Customer Service

Preferred Retail Supplier
+255-22-211-5381 | +255-754-451111
Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL)
P.O.BOX 543 Dar-es-Salaam Tanzania,
ATC House, Second Floor, Ohio Street ,
Dar Es Salaam

Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) is the national airline of Tanzania based in Dar es Salaam with its hub at Julius Nyerere International Airport. The Company was established in 1977 following the dissolution of East African Airways and has been a member of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) since its inception.

Following its establishment, ATCL has gone through a number changes in its structure and ownership as a result of the Government’s efforts to ensure that the country owns a strong national airline. The changes include partial privatization of ATCL in 2002 when the Government reduced its shareholding to 51 percent and entered into a partnership with South African Airways (SAA). The partnership ended in 2006 when the Government repurchased SAA shares to recapture its 100% ownership of ATCL.

As the Government regained full ownership of ATCL, it invested heavily in the ATCL operations’ systems to enable ATCL operate efficiently again. The Government efforts to rebuild ATCL, through various options, continued until 2016 when it decided to develop a specific program for revamping the ATCL. The ATCL revamping program included purchasing of six new aircraft between 2016 and 2018, payment of debts and provision of Startup capital, improvement and modernization of business systems.

The ATCL fleet improvement program included purchasing of six aircraft as follows: three Bombardier DASH8 Q400, two delivered in September 2016 and one in June 2017; two Airbus A220-300 and one Boeing 787 Dreamliner delivered between May and December 2018. By July 2018, ATCL will be operating the fleet of seven aircraft as it has been operating one Bombardier DASH8 Q300 since 2011.
With improved fleet, ATCL is confident to regain its position as a serious competitor in the air transport market. The ongoing ATCL fleet and network expansion program include destinations in Africa, Europe, Asia, and US.
Mission and Vision
To be the airline of choice that exceeds customers’ expectations.
To our passengers:

To provide reliable, safe and sustainable high quality airline services globally.

To our employees:

To provide a working environment for our employees to excel through constant training & development and supported by an effective reward and recognition program.
Call Toll Free Number: 0800110045 / For Emergency Call 0222113248
CHaRA Mission, Inc
P.O. Box 652 Concord, NC 28026 | PO Box 1753 Arusha Tanzania

CHaRA was started by Carol and Ron McDonald in 2006. Ron and Carol started their mission work in Romania and The Republic of Moldova 1996-1999. It became their passion to work in villages among those in need. In 1999 they took their first trip to Africa. They lived and worked 7 years 1999-2006 in Tanzania East Africa as part of a mission organization: building, training and helping people.

Now they are working as CHaRA Construction Health and Relief Acts, a 501(c3) non profit organization. Working together with the local people, missionaries and the government to build schools, facilitate health clinics, provide training and clean birth kits to midwives, give mosquito nets, help with community relief and development activities. CHaRA sends a 40′ container each year filled with donated medical equipment and supplies to the Zanzibar Islands. They partnered with TOMS Shoes to provide 512,000 pairs of shoes plus hundreds of flip flops in the schools of Zanzibar.

It was our joy and pleasure to work with the people of Zanzibar Tanzania to help alleviate poverty and sickness for 10 years.

Now CHARA continues helping midwives on Zanzibar through education and giving clean birth kits. The office is now on the mainland of Tanzania. They are building the Love and Joy Center in Dongobesh. It will be a lifelong project caring for mothers and babies while sharing the Light of God.

Letter from the Founders
What we have discovered in Tanzania are kind and hard working people who live in poverty with deadly water conditions and suffering from many diseases. We have found malaria to be the number one killer of children under 5 and that all areas of life are affected by this parasite. We discovered hospitals with lack of basic equipment and supplies to care for their people. We discovered children are sent from age 4 to fetch water, mainly little girls that many times are molested and most times never attend school. We see HIV/AIDS killing parents and leaving millions of orphans. We have found 1 of 5 babies die at birth and many of these deaths can be stopped by the purchase of a small clean birthing kit.

All of these things creating the cycle of poverty and a people without hope. If we can come along side of the Tanzanians and help provide basic health care, malaria prevention training with nets to protect their families, enhance the hospital equipment, provide water sources, build schools, build orphan homes, sponsor orphans, make a way for girls to attend school, educate in all areas including health issues we can help to save lives and alleviate poverty. If we can share our love and compassion with those in need we can bring hope.

There is so much to be done, the need for water and health issues are enormous. Schools to educate the young and homes for orphans are in great demand. Please find out how you can support vital projects of CHaRA. As stewards of your hard earned giving we will continue working to improve the lives of the people in Tanzania East Africa. On behalf of CHaRA we want to say thank you. We appreciate the support of our donors and those who go with us. After MANY years of being in this country we have seen things change for good in the country. We’re excited and honored to continue being part of this great transformation.

“Oh, the joys of those who are kind to the poor! The Lord rescues them when they are in trouble. The Lord protects them and keeps them alive. He gives them prosperity in the land.” Join us and experience the joy!

Ron and Carol McDonald


Our mission is to improve the lives of the people of East Africa through good health, safe water, education, care of orphans, and the love of God. Our passion is to bring life, hope, and joy to those in need through acts of love and compassion. Our vision is to see the bonds of poverty broken, infant mortality rates reduced, children educated and in good health as we partner with the people of Tanzania and those who give for the mission to be fulfilled.

Living Out Our Mission
Chara is a Greek word for joy and gladness. We find that in giving we have reason to rejoice and the people we touch find hope, life and joy. There are few greater pleasures than the sounds of laughter, to see a sad child smile and find joy in the day because you are there. Taking a child from the ground to sit them in a wheelchair or PET cart brings a ray of sunshine from the smiles of both child and parent. Another is to see the smile of a mother at the end of a clinic knowing her child is well or on the way to being well because we were there. Knowing you have helped save the life of a mother and her baby with a clean birthing kit brings great joy. Every Mother wants to have healthy happy babies and we want that to be a reality for the people we serve.

We’re presently working in East Africa in the country of Tanzania: Zanzibar. There are 120 tribes in Tanzania, with a population of 51 million people. Most of the tribes are of Bantu origin and they speak Kiswahili. Zanzibar is a predominately Islamic Island with a population over one million. Zanzibar is made up of three Islands Unguja 1,666 Sq. Km. and Pemba 988 Sq.Km. and the small Island of Tumbatu. There are two rainy seasons they call the long rains March through May and the short rains October through December. Tanzania is the 24th poorest country in the world with a life expectancy of 62.2 years. 1 in 6 babies die at birth. The needs are many; malaria, HIV/Aids, typhoid, cholera, hunger, poor water, orphans, poverty and sickness abound. We have seen movements in every statistic over the past 17 years. We are making a difference!

In the words of Dr. Mabody, “change will come through faith based organizations like CHaRA” and the people who support CHaRA. With your help CHaRA can make a difference in Tanzania.
University of Arusha
P.O.Box 7, Usa-River; ARUSHA

Welcome to the University of Arusha where wholistic education is fostered among students. The University of Arusha’s environment is a place conducive for learning. Our campus is situated in the peaceful valley between two mountains — the majestic snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro on the east and Mt. Meru, Tanzania’s second highest peak, on the west. It shares an entrance with Arusha National Park and is a few hours away from the world renowned Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and the beautiful beaches of the Indian Ocean. Sometimes giraffes come to visit our campus especially on the months of July to September to retrace the trail of their forefathers.

The University of Arusha has dedicated faculty and staff who mentor students to have an enriched relationship with God and their fellowmen and prepare them for careers rooted in service and integrity. The social atmosphere at UofA can be described as a place where faculty, staff and students interact and share experience from different cultural, national, and religious backgrounds. The University of Arusha offers fully accredited degrees that allow students to go to graduate school and professional programs. We take pride that our graduates are well placed in different organizations right after graduation. We have two educational centers located in Arusha town and Musoma providing educational opportunities to students in those areas. We also started offering graduate programs in Education and Business.

The University of Arusha is committed in helping students realize their full potential through the integrated development of intellectual, physical, social and spiritual dimensions. The University affirms that the educational process may not, with impunity, be divorced from the divine process. The University believes that the student, as a person of infinite dignity, is the heart of the educational enterprise; and that the question to be asked at the end of an educational step is not “what has the student learned?” but “what has the student become?” Yes, the University of Arusha is the ideal place for you if you believe that you can become the best of what you nobly want to be. I invite you to come and see for yourself.
Our History
In 1970, the Tanzania Union Mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church found it necessary to establish a ministerial training institution for its workers. It was located at Ikizu, 65 kilometers southeast of Musoma town.
In 1975, the Tanzania Union Mission combined the Adventist School of Health Evangelism (ASHE) at Heri Hospital in Kigoma and the ministerial course at Ikizu. This consolidated institution was then transferred to a new site at Usa River, 24 kilometers from Arusha town, and was named Arusha Adventist Seminary (AAS).
In 1978, AAS was upgraded to a college status and named Tanzania Adventist Seminary and College (TASC).
In 1992, the name was changed to Tanzania Adventist College (TAC) and the ministerial course was replaced by a two-year diploma program in theology. In 1996, TAC was affiliated to Griggs University in the USA. Under this affiliation, TAC offered BA in Theology and Religion.
In 1998, the affiliation shifted from Griggs University to the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton (UEAB) in Kenya. Under this affiliation, TAC offered BA in Theology and Religion, BBA in Accounting and Management and Diploma courses in Education and Business. Apart from the affiliation with UEAB, TAC was also a Teachers’ College under the then Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC). Under the MEC Registration Number S. 401, it offered Diploma in Education, Diploma in Secretarial Science, and Certificate in Secretarial Science.
In early 2003, TAC began the process of being a University. On September 2003, it was granted a Letter of Interim Authority (LIA) by the then Higher Education Accreditation Council (HEAC) of Tanzania, now called the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU). Under the LIA, TAC was authorized to carry the name the University of Arusha.
In September 2004, HEAC granted the University of Arusha (UoA) a certificate of Provisional Registration No. 016.
In the year 2006, the University of Arusha became fully licensed and accredited by Tanzania Commission for Universities as a graduate university.
In 2009, the University of Arusha submitted the first four graduate programs to the TCU for accreditation in education and business. The Graduate School with its programs in business and education started on November 2010 in Arusha City.
Under the School of Education, the following concentrations are offered:
(a) MA in Educational Management and
(b) MA in Curriculum and Instruction.

The Faculty of Business also offers three areas of concentration and they are as follows:
(a) MBA in Finance and Accounting,
(b) MBA in Strategic Marketing and Entrepreneurship, and
(c) MBA in Strategic Human Resource Management.
(+255) 272 540 000 / (+255) 272 540 003
(+255) 272 540 004
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