On the 24th of April 2021, Songas Managing Director Anael Samuel won the He for She award, during the Women in Management Africa awards gala. The award was given to him in recognition of his contribution towards driving gender parity in the energy sector.
Rufiji MP and the State Minister in the President’s Office, Public Service Management and Good Governance, Hon. Mohamed Mchengerwa, (1st left), receiving a dummy cheque from Songas Socio-Economic Development Manager, Nicodemus Chipakapaka (2nd R), during the handover event held recently. The donation amounting to TZS 83 million is to construct and renovate 7 classrooms at […]
Human capital is among the key drivers of economic transformation and sustainable development. With the population standing at 57 million and projected to reach 67 million by 2025, Tanzania has the potential to become a strong industrial economy if it prioritizes adequate access to basic services. Coordination between the government and other stakeholders is crucial […]
About twenty-five years ago, the Tanzanian Government developed a Master Plan and invited tender bids which resulted in the Songas electricity project coming to fruition. This October marks 16 years since H.E. President Mkapa officially commissioned the Songas gas to power project, which uses Tanzania’s natural gas resource for electricity generation at the Songas Ubungo […]
As many of you might be aware, this year’s International Women’s Day theme advocates us all to Choose to Challenge the stereotypes that impact women and instead positively play a role in creating a gender equal world. This important day has been an opportunity to continuously reflect on the role of women in the world, […]
Health and safety risks occur in different workplace settings, from plant operations to construction sites and even offices. Employers are required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act No.5 of 2003, to create a workplace free of hazards for their employees and any third parties on site. The key to a safe working environment is […]