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.
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.
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”
PO Box 307,
Mwanza – Tanzania
When the Catholic Bishops of Tanzania decided to extend the Church’s service to the provision of higher Education they envisioned a training that would impart academic and professional skills, as well as inculcate values of civic and social learning, such as acquisition of national identity, cultural norms, political growth and responsible citizenship. Thus, the church’s vision is holistic development of a person and respect for human dignity.
If you have high academic potential and you are looking for a graduate university with an international ethos and a vibrant community, then St Augustine University of Tanzania is the ideal choice for you
The University has many special features that combine to give it a distinct character:
With about 7,037 students, 28 lecture theatres and the Mario Mgulunde Learning Resource Centre, the University ensures that its members can share the learning facilities in an intimate and friendly community atmosphere.
St Augustine University has the highest proportion of experienced and highly committed members of academic and administrative staff..
Men and women come to St Augustine University of Tanzania from all over the world and from a wide variety of backgrounds, and there is a good mix of students on one, two, three or four-year programs,.
Students at SAUT share learning facilities on equal terms. This enables the free flow of knowledge and experience which any graduate should rightly expect from an academic community like SAUT.
P. O. Box 10191, Mwanza
The Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation is a Trust and non-profit making Institution, established and incorporated under the Trustees Incorporation Ordinance, CAP 375.
Officially registered on 13th April 2006, the Foundation aims to supplement and complement the development efforts of the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The Foundation was established after the launching of its first initiative known as the “Mkapa Fellows Programme” in July 2005. The Programme of Mkapa Fellows was initiated by the Former President of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E Benjamin William Mkapa and the Former President of the United States of America, H.E. William Jefferson Clinton in July 2005, through the financial support of the Government of the Royal Kingdom of Norway. The Fellows Programme aim was to accelerate HIV/AIDS services, through addressing the shortage of skilled health professionals in rural underserved settings.
The Foundation prior to having in place a full time Management team it was under the interim guidance of the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) of the Clinton Foundation, World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health, Community, Development, Gender, Seniors and Children.
As from November 2006, the Mkapa Foundation gradually began recruitment of the Management team and staff. Collaboratively the Board of Trustees, Management and Staff proceeded undertaking and expanding into various initiatives that focus on addressing Human Resource for Health challenges and accelerating HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services, as well as Maternal and Newborn health services within Tanzania.
As the Foundation grows its shifted its focus from implementing initiatives that a focused on strengthening HIV/AIDS service delivery and Health System, particular Human Resource for Health (HRH) to focusing on implementing beyond HIV/AIDS. Therefore resulted into the change of name to “The Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation (BMF)”
Watiri street, House No.8,
Mikocheni A (Opposite Cassa Motel )
P.O.Box 34562, Dar es salaam,
Wazoefu Technology was founded to provide cost effective Web Design, Web Applications, Mobile and Desktop Applications, Database design & Database development, Online Marketing, Graphics design and IT services.
We specialize in aiding our clients to create an effective online presence by using interactive design, latest web development technologies, strong brand awareness, effective communication tools, social media platforms and other possibilities. We strike the optimal balance between eye dazzling design with web usability and user-friendly designs allowing our clients to develop stronger branding, drive web traffic and increase overall revenue.
With the Growing need for Science and Technology, we have specialized ourselves developing a Team of professionals whose core competency is to compete with the ongoing amenities and also to shape the future of Information Technology industry.
Wazoefu is a Swahili word meaning people with Experience and so the word “Wazoefu Technology”, In Today’s competitive market, people expect the very best. Wazoefu`s experience, knowledge and expertise can help you rise above your competition, and Succeed.
Our Technology is continually growing enabling us to offer our clients solutions to conduct business faster and easier.
Our mission is to develop elegant and affordable web solutions that enable small to large businesses to establish visibility online, increase sales, and improve productivity.
To be leader and the most successful Service Company in the Information Technology and Internet Service Industry.
Our team is a completely professional from Technology, Marketing and Business Management, responsible and enforces the high standards of customer service and reliability. Our people are some of the most talented, spirited people when it comes to innovating or giving you the right solution.
Our team believes in providing you the best and innovative solutions for your business needs and requirements keeping in mind the limits while exploring, innovating and creating. We have done some great web design and web development work and that what we know best, however, none of our achievements would be possible without our dedicated Wazoefu Technology team!
Shop no. 1
Samora Tower opp. NHC House
Dar es Salaam
Mwanza Town Office
Arusha Town Office
Corridor Springs Hotel
Mbeya Airport (Songwe)
KIPUNJI HERITAGE P.O Box 3002
Lupa way, Block E, Plot No. 12/14 Mbeya
Welcome to fastjet, the airline for everyone. If you want to explore some of the hottest destinations in East- and southern Africa, we are the airline to help you do so.
Who we are
fastjet is a multi-award winning (including Skytrax World Airline Awards Best Low-Cost Airline in Africa 2017 and Leading African Low-Cost Carrier, World Travel Awards 2016 and 2017 and Best African Value Airline – Air Transport Magazine 2018) African airline for everyone that began flight operations in Tanzania in November 2012, flying passengers from Dar es Salaam to just two domestic destinations – Kilimanjaro and Mwanza.
Today, fastjet’s route network includes Tanzanian domestic routes from its Dar es Salaam base to Kilimanjaro, Mbeya, and Mwanza with international routes to Tanzania from Lusaka in Zambia and Harare in Zimbabwe. Fastjet began branded domestic flights in Mozambique (Operated by Solenta Aviation Mozambique) between Maputo and Beira, Nampula and Tete on 3 November 2017 and celebrated its second year of operations in Zimbabwe in 2017. The carrier operates between Harare and Bulawayo, Harare and Victoria Falls, from both Harare and Victoria Falls to Johannesburg in South Africa. The airline has flown over 3.5 million passengers with an impressive aggregate on-time performance, establishing itself as a punctual, reliable, and affordable value airline.
What is a Value Airline for Everyone:
Fastjet is a value-driven airline that endeavors to make air travel accessible and affordable to everyone in the markets that it serves.
Where we fly to
With us, discovering unforgettable sites, rich cultures, tempting cuisines and the people who make it so difficult to leave East- and southern Africa is more affordable than ever before.
We fly to:
Dar es Salaam
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.
Isamilo Road, Isamilo
P.O Box 314, Mwanza
Who are we
The Union of Tanzania Press Clubs is abbreviated as UTPC. It is an umbrella body of press clubs in Tanzania. So far it has 23 press clubs which are its members. These press clubs are geographically located all over Tanzania.
UTPC is a non governmental organization which was established in 1996 and registered in 1997.
A democratic Tanzania fully embracing a free, independent and robust media.
To create an environment that enables strong, efficient and effective Press Clubs in Tanzania which eventually contribute towards a democratic and just society.
i) To facilitate the operations of the Press Clubs to ensure efficiency and uniformity in the conduct of the business of its member press clubs by harmonizing their operational set up;
ii) To present member clubs in collective bargaining;
iii) To build the capacity and ability of individual journalists, who are members of press clubs through training, research, study tours and meetings;
iv) To promote and maintain code of ethics for media practitioners in promoting ethical reportage;
v) To print and publish newsletters or any other publication and establish any electronic media, with the aim of fostering the objects of the Union and that of the member press clubs;
vi) To liaise with other organizations (local and international), involved in marshalling press freedom, fight against corruption, poverty HIV and AIDS, violation of human rights and related matters;
vii) To mobilize press clubs members, media and non media organizations and the public, against practices, regulations and laws that infringe on the freedom of the press;
viii) To mediate and resolve disputes and conflicts of members press clubs;
ix) To conduct research with the aim of promoting media’s role in catalysing development;
x) To provide any other services that is not included in this Constitution.