Silicon Valley Comes to Tanzania

The government has collaborated with international IT company IBM to accelerate the country's information technology development.
  • Tanzania:   IBM Partners With Tanzania Government

    Capital FM, 5 July 2012

    IBM has signed a collaboration agreement with the Tanzanian Ministry of Communication, Science and Technology to help accelerate the adoption of technology as part of Tanzania's… Read more »

The government will soon start building a Silicon Valley Environment to enhance education and information technology.

  • Tanzania:   Silicon Valley Comes to Dar

    Daily News, 5 July 2012

    THE government will soon start building a Silicon Valley Environment to enhance education and information technology, the Minister for Communication, Science and Technology,… Read more »

  • Africa:   Venture Capital Investments in Dar es Salaam

    Daily News, 26 June 2012

    Mbwana Alliy is passionate about product development and launching new ventures in technology. He is an experienced development manager in consumer web, enterprise software and… Read more »

  • Tanzania:   Government Moves to Embrace ICT

    Daily News, 22 June 2011

    A NATIONAL fibre-optic cable that may reduce communication charges by a half will spread to all districts of the country by early next year as the government makes good its pledge… Read more »

  • East Africa:   16 Billion/- Tech Fund Awaits Entrepreneurs

    Daily News, 25 June 2012

    TANZANIAN new entrepreneurs have been advised to use the 10-million-US-dollar (15bn/-) Savannah Fund to start up and expand their businesses. Read more »


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