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The Construction Industry in Tanzania

Tanzania’s construction sector is characterised by a large number of micro-entrepreneurs, the majority of whom operate in the country’s informal economy. The country’s formal construction sector comprises indigenous and indigenised firms, as well as numerous major foreign civil engineering and construction companies. As an industry with linkages to all sectors of the economy, the construction sector performs a pivotal role in Tanzania, as well as across the East African trade bloc. Read More

The Banking Sector in Zimbabwe

The report on the Zimbabwean banking industry covers the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and deposit-taking institutions such as commercial banks, co-operatives, microfinance institutions (MFIs) and building societies. In 2016 the financial services sector contributed about 7% to GDP and total banking sector assets grew by 9.6% from US$10.26bn in September 2017 to US$11.25bn at the end of 2017. Read More

Identifying Black Industrialists

The most recent feature added to WOWEB identifies which of the 17,000 profiled companies on our file meet the criteria to be termed a Black Industrialist (BI). Read More

WOW 2017 Highlights in Numbers

Despite a challenging economic environment, Who Owns Whom had a successful 2017. - 21 local and international corporations became new Who Owns Whom clients. - WOWEB introduced more than 30 new features based on customer requests. Read More