1. Tanzanian, Ugandan Currencies Seen Weakening(Daily News)  AllAfrica.com
  2. Week-ahead forecast: Ugandan, Tanzanian currencies seen weakening, Kenyan shilling steady  The Standard
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TANZANIAN and Ugandan currencies are expected to come under pressure in the coming week while those of Kenya and Zambia are seen remaining stable, Reuters news agency reported yesterday.

Ugandan, and Tanzanian currencies expected to weaken next week as Kenyan shilling remains steady

Read more about Bharti Airtel to give Tanzania bigger stake in local telecoms company on Business Standard. Tanzania President John Magufuli and Bharti Airtel Chairman Sunil Mittal resolve dispute over ownership of Tanzanian mobile operator.

Bharti Airtel will now hold 51% in Airtel Tanzania, while the Tanzania government will hold 49%: Bharti Airtel chairman Sunil Mittal

Bharti Airtel has once again followed the footsteps of Reliance Jio by removing international roaming activation fee for all the customers. Airtel, which u