UBA Bank Tanzania Chief Operating Officer Flavia Kiyanga (R) hands over bed sheets to Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office responsible for Environment, Angela Kairuki (C) while Temeke Member of Parliament Abdallah Mtolea (L) and Temeke Referral Hospital’s Senior Consultant, Dr Amaan Malima (2nd L) looks on. Photo: Guardian Photographer.
NMB’s Head of Business Banking Donatus Richard speaks to journalists when introducing instant interest free financing product dubbed ‘Floti fasta’ in Dar es Salaam on Friday. Looking on are Head of Payment and Accounts, Michael Mungure (C) and Head of Agency Banking Ericky Willy. Photo: courtesy of NMB.
Coca-Cola Kwanza’s Sales and Marketing Director, Josephine Msalilwa serves women employees of the bottling company who had joined forces with Tandale women food vendors famously known as ‘Mama lishe’ during the launch of ‘Mwanamke shujaa’ campaign to mark this year’s International Women’s Day at an event held in Dar es Salaam over the weekend. Photo: courtesy of Coca Cola.
Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office responsible for Investment, Angela Kairuki (2nd R) receives a gift from Ambassador Mwanaidi Maajar after she officiated at the Tanzania Women Empowerment Forum conference held in Dar es Salaam at the weekend. Left is one of organizers, Sarah Laiser. Photo: Guardian Photographer.
Airtel Tanzania’s Customer Services Director, Adriana Lyamba presenting a gift to one of the company’s male employees, Ezekieli Mwakangata as part of commemoration of International Women’s Day held at the company’s headquarters in Dar es Salaam on Friday.
Tigo Tanzania Managing Director Simon Karikari (L), US Embassy in Tanzania Charge d’ Affairs Imni Patterson (R) and Apps and Girls Founder Caroline Ekyariisma (C) in a jovial mood shortly after launching a new campaign dubbed ‘Tech is Female,’ to commemoration of International Women Day in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Photo: John Badi.
Airtel Divas in a group photo after giving various gifts to their male peers to mark International Women’s Day 2019 yesterday at the company’s headquarters in Dar es Salaam. Photo: courtesy of Airtel Tanzania.
Liwale District Commissioner Sarah Chiwamba (R) shakes hands with NMB Southern Zone Government Relations Manager, Haji Msigwa (2nd L) after receiving roofing iron sheets worth 5m/- on behalf of Nangano Secondary School in her district donated by the bank. Left is NMB Liwale Branch Manager, Kashoro Yusuph.
KCB Bank Tanzania’s Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Christine Manyenye answers questions from Arusha tour operators, business owners and executives during a Biashara Club Workshop held the city earlier this week.