40,000 jobs from two projects
The implementation of two mining and coal mining projects will bring good results to the public, after the Government announced that approximately 40,000 Tanzanians benefit from getting jobs.
In addition, TShs. 6.7 trillion will be used to cover the steel and coal mining projects Liganga and Mchuchuma in Ludewa Province of Njombe.
That was said by the Director of Transport Planning and Industrial Development, Dr. George Wanga, during the visit of the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Prof. Elisante Ole Gabriel, in areas with iron and coal treasures.
Dr. Wanga said the funds would finance steel industry projects, steel and coal mining, electrical power generation and expedition from the economy until Makambako to connect with the National grid.
Although he did not tell when the implementation of the projects would begin, he said officially will begin to contribute to social development because the financial cycle will be great, the Njombe region’s development centers will develop.
He said more than 7,000 Tanzanians will receive permanent jobs in the steel industry and more than 30,000 will receive unemployed jobs in the sense of food suppliers and staff in various sectors after the start of the project.
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