27 November 2012

Tanzania: Arusha Deal With EABW

Arusha — The region's top weekly business newspaper, East African Business Week (EABW) has partnered with the Arusha City Authority to publish a special report on the official elevation of Arusha Municipality to a city status.

The company's Managing Director and Editor in Chief Mr. Stephen Asiimwe explained that the report will specifically focus on the progress made by the authority that resulted into the commissioning of Arusha as the Fifth City in the United Republic of Tanzania.

The report will also analyze the upgrading and improving the infrastructure, expansion of the mapped area of the region in order to boost growth and the upgrading eleven villages into either wards or streets.

He said the report to be published on December 10, 2012 will also include special interviews with the City Authority officials including the Regional Commissioner, the City Mayor and the Director including prominent business people in the new city.

"All stakeholders in the City including International organizations, non-governmental organizations, education institutions, government departments, entrepreneurs, investors and industrialists, service providers including hotels, lodges and entertainment centres, tour agents and tourist organizations among others are invited to participate," he said last week.

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