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Top Tanzanian school marked for major expansion St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu marks Silver Jubilee

One of Tanzania’s premier secondary schools, St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu Secondary School of Lushoto, Tanga, this year celebrates 25 years of its existence. The Silver Jubilee event will be marked by a major expansion project of the school to be funded by initially by private donations. 
 A program released by the school shows that Jubilee activities will start on by the former Prime Minister, Hon. Edward Lowassa, who will grace the event as the Guest of Honour, at the Msimbazi Centre in Dar es Salaam, from 10:00 am February 2014 with a major fund raising activity to be presided over St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu, whose nationwide ranking was 8th in 2013 for A-level, was established in 1989. 
As the school marks 25 years of its existence, they plan to mobilize funds from well-wishers for construction of various buildings at the school premises based in Lushoto, Tanga. 
 “The funds will be used for construction of modern science and computer laboratories, staff houses and a modern sports hall for indoor games,” says Sister Evetha Kilamba, the school’s headmistress adding that the expected cost of this in 2012 for O-level and Sr. Evetha said that actual Silver Jubilee celebrations will take place on 1st A program made available on the fund raising exercise shows that other activities that will hype the event include; auctioning of fundraising items as well as The school is known nationally for providing quality education to Tanzanian girls, the majority of whom have made it to universities both within and outside the country, and some have become professionals in different fields, members of parliament and government ministers. 
Over the past years, St. Mary’s Mazinde Juu has been able to persistently rank among the top 10 best performing schools To further enhance the learning environment at the school, Sr. Evetha Kilamba and the School Board invite all like-minded stakeholders, alumni and well-wishers to join in celebrating this remarkable event and be part of another step towards improving the school’s learning environment for Tanzanian girls.


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Ndugu john kessy, bi pendo assey, ndugu francoise uwizera wakala kutoka Burundi na innocent gasangwa wakala kutoka Rwanda katika picha ya pamoja wakati wa uzinduzi wa kampeni ya Bavaria ya mbio za kueleka juu!

Tanzania is witnessing an emergence of ‘middle class consumers, with greater expendable income, heightening the demand for more sophisticated products. As a result, many well known brands are becoming more readily available throughout the country.

The Importers of the Holland based Bavaria Beverage in East Africa, Jovet (Tanzania) Limited, are set to revolutionize the Beverage Industry/Sector, as they plan to expand to the rest of Tanzania in an effort to widen and expand their portfolio and tap to this strong appetite as a result of  growing economy and availability of potential market.

During ‘Race to the Top Dealers Dinner’ hosted for Bavaria dealers at Serena Hotel in Dar Es Salaam, Mr John Kessy, one of the founders of Jovet (Tanzania) Limited, the sole importers of the Beverage in the Region, says ‘ever since the inception of the company in the 1997, the Beverage has grown by expanding on its products portfolio by introducing more varieties apart from Apple Malt Bottle Drink which was the only product in offing,.

 ‘We have been able to penetrate into the East African market and establish good business relationship with the partners in the region;adds Mr.John Kessy.  He furthers that  ‘since its  launch, the brand, which has created broad distribution network in Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda and much areas of Tanzania, has increased its volumes in the country, while continuing to penetrate the uncovered territories,’  as the brand stands for Quality, Uniqueness and Value for money; therefore the consumers should always expect nothing but only the best.


Mkurugenzi wa Jovet (T) limited, Ndugu John Kessy akimpongeza Bi. Christine, mmoja wa mawakala wa Bavaria.

Bavaria brand, since its inception in the region in 1997, has targeted consumers of all ages by providing a variety of beverages, including non alcoholic soft drink, alcoholic to energy drinks in an effort to carter for the taste and preference of variety of its customers. It is only recent that the brand launched a new product, Bavaria 8.6, following Bavaria Red, a stout beer type with the exotic scent of cocoa and coffee to the Tanzania Market in an effort to consolidate its brand position in the country and the region.

The brand hosted the dealers meeting dinner on 8th of August at Serena Hotel in Dar Es Salaam, with the aim of cementing the relationship with the dealers in order to create full and more awareness of the brand and the related products, as well as interact with them, as one of the strategies to increase on the volumes of the product to the market.

The dealers were also presented with skills of capacity building and various techniques on how to work on the ever increasing tough beverage sector in the Eastern Africa.

Various dealers won several prizes in a special raffle draw which was carried out during the launch, including TV sets, Handsets, and variety of Bavaria drinks.

Recent data’s, 2010-2015 shows that the world beverage market is expected to see the growth that exceeds $1,900 billion by the end of next year, this is according to MarketLine, one of the most prolific publishers of global business information today, profiling all major companies, industries and geographies.


Mkurugenzi wa Jovet na wakala kutoka Rwanda, Ndugu Innocent Gasangwa.


Baadhi ya mawakala wa Bavaria wakibadilishana mawazo wakati wa chakula cha jioni katika hoteli ya Serena jijini Dar es salaam.


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