Tanzanian shilling


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the basic unit of money in Tanzania

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We see some of our top farmers earn up to 500,000 Tanzanian shillings ($250) per month," Merzougui said.
The Top 100 mid-sized companies awards is a brainchild of KPMG and The Citizen and the survey was open for covers all Tanzanian companies operating on an annual turnover ranging between 1 billion and 20billion Tanzanian shillings.
The penalty is imprisonment for a period not exceeding seven years or a fine not exceeding 4,000 Tanzanian Shillings or both (TL 1965).
The Kenyan, Uganda and Tanzanian shillings are the main currencies using this format and so far the Kenyan shilling dominates the transaction, accounting for some $18m.
4 mln Tanzanian shillings, a video camera and six other cameras," Boaz added.
The company will be selling each share at the price of Tanzanian Shillings 500 into July 2014, and is the first of such offering in the Oil and Gas industry in East Africa.
The police are offering a reward of 10 million Tanzanian shillings, the equivalent of [euro]4,610, for information on the attack on Wednesday night in historic Stone Town in Zanzibar City.
In order to mobilise sufficient internal resources for road maintenance, the government has set up a Road Fund which by 2005/2006 had a reserve of Tanzanian shillings 73.
Saeeda Khan had brought Mwanahamisi Mruke, 47, to the UK with the promise of a domestic service visa, 120,000 Tanzanian shillings a month (50 pounds), and also 10 pounds a month pocket money.
Using hand gestures and the few Swahili words he knew, Ellegala bought the wire saw for about $15 in Tanzanian shillings.
The Tanzanian government defines abject poverty as an income of 641 Tanzanian shillings a day, per person, in Dar es Salaam, or about 469 shillings in the villages.
The derisory sums offered were paid a year of more in arrears, in a currency that the farmers called Picha wa Nyerere, Pictures of Nyerere: for that is what they were, the country's economy having been almost demonetarized, except for the privileged few who were able to exchange Tanzanian shillings for foreign currency at the official exchange rate.