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01 Mar

ATE joins TPSF for National Youth Empowerment Programme

An industrialized economy that we want to build is always supported by people who are skilled and this is the only way we should go if we are really determined to achieve,” said TPSF Executive Director, Mr. Godfrey Simbeye.

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15 Feb

Residence Permit Charges for EAC foreigners significantly reduced

Immigration Services Department has significantly reduced residence permit charges for citizens from East African Community (EAC) member States seeking to live in Tanzania. For more information, read the attached Government Notices (GNs) number 246 and number 247 of August 2016 and news article by Daily News.

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15 Feb

Skills Development Levy (SDL) reduced to 4.5 per cent

“For many years ATE has been urging the government to reduce the SDL charges from five to two per cent as it increases the cost of doing business,” reports the Citizen. For more information, read the attached news article.


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15 Feb

ATE educates Chinese investors on Labour Laws

The Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) has recently partnered with China and the government to educate Chinese nationals on how to legally and better do business in the country. For more details, read the attached news article by The Guardian.

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03 Feb

SURVEY: Workplace Programmes inevitable for high productivity at Workplaces

“ For Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) 10.7% of respondents are smokers, 26.1% drink alcohol and only 49.6% does physical exercises, thus, put workforce to the risk of getting NCDs,” says part of the report. View Publication

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03 Feb

ATE participated in EAC Common Market Protocol Scorecard held in Nairobi

ATE successfully joined a team  of experts to validate the EAC Common Market score card to ensure free movement of labour in the East Africa.View Publication

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