10
Apr

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CCTTFA FACILITATES SIGNING OF MoU BETWEEN DRC AND TRADEMARK EAST AFRICA

As part of its objectives to facilitate the rapid movement of goods within Central Corridor Member States, the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) Secretariat facilitated the negotiations leading to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Government of the DRC and Trade Mark East Africa, a donor organization in March

05
Apr

0

Central Corridor Stakeholders meeting held in Dar es Salaam

The 10th Central Corridor (CC) Stakeholder’s Consultative Committee (STACON) meeting concluded in Dar es Salaam on 30th March 2017 with delegates applauding progress made in improving the Central Corridor infrastructure in recent years. During the two-day (29th and 30th) session delegates from CC member states of Burundi, Congo DR, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda also had

17
Mar

0

Construction of One Stop Inspection Stations (OSIS) starts at Manyoni

The much-awaited Construction of One Stop Inspection Stations (OSIS) of Manyoni (Singida Region) and Nyakanazi (Kagera Region) has started with handing over of Manyoni site to the Italian contractor MsMantovani on 9th March 2017. Handing over ceremony of the site at Manyoni was done by Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications in collaboration with Tanzania

02
Mar

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Uganda Business Community visit Dar es Salaam Port

UGANDA business community on Sunday February 26th visited the Dar es Salaam Port (TPA) to explore the possibility of increasing the use of the Central Corridor Port. The team which arrived on Saturday in Dar es Salaam, started their visit of the port by touring the general cargo, grain Kurasini Oil Jet and Container terminal.

24
Feb

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CCTTFA and FEAFFA signs framework of cooperation agreement

Dar es Salaam Friday 24th February, 2017: The Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) and the Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations (FEAFFA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), which will enable the two regional bodies to work together in promoting efficiency in transit transport and trade facilitation. The agreement was signed

06
Feb

0

Tanzania awards first tender for construction of the Standard Gauge Railway

Tanzania has agreed terms with a consortium of Turkish and Portugal companies YAPI MERKEZİ İNŞAAT VE SANAYI A.Ş. (Turkey) and MOTA-ENGIL, ENGENHARIA E and CONSTRUÇÃO ÁFRICA, S.A. (Portugal) for construction of the first phase of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from Dar es Salaam to Morogoro (205 KM). The Contract was signed on 3rd February

31
Jan

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STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY CONTRACTOR TO BE UNVEILED IN FEBRUARY 2017

The Contractor for the construction of the first phase (202 KM) of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from Dar es Salaam to Morogoro will be announced in February, 2017, the government has announced. Speaking during a special programme on the National Broadcaster, TBC1, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications in-charge

09
Jan

0

TTFA train 15 regional Journalists to improve their knowledge of Central Corridor

Dar es Salaam, December 2016: FIFTEEN broadcast Journalists from Central Corridor (CC) member states of Burundi, Congo DR, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda were recently trained and taken through the Central Corridor routes tour in order to improve their understanding of the Corridor’s infrastructures and services. The programme dubbed, ‘Media Partnership’ was designed also to engage

19
Oct

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CONGO DR SLASHES VISA FEE FOR TANZANIA AND UGANDA BY 50%

The Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has announced the reduction of Visa fee for Tanzanians and Ugandans from US $100 to US $50 effective November 1st, 2016. The decision comes just about a month after the DRC Ambassador to Tanzania his Excellency Jean-Pierre Mutamba and the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency

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