Tanzania established by the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1965, It became
operational on 14th June 1966. Various amendments to the Bank of
Tanzania Act have been made leading to the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1978
and the Bank of Tanzania Act of 1995. Presently, the Bank of Tanzania
operates under the Bank of Tanzania Act, 2006.
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establishment of the Bank of Tanzania is divided into two parts, namely,
the period before the establishment of the East African Currency Board
(EACB) in December 1919; and the period until the opening of the doors
of the Bank of Tanzania in June 1966.
Tanganyika from those in Zanzibar. This was because the former was under
German rule, whereas the latter had its own government. The currency on
the Mainland was the German Rupee, made of silver, while the subsidiary
coin was the Heller, which was 1/100 of the Rupee. In Zanzibar, the
Indian Silver Rupee and its subsidiary coins were in circulation. In
addition, shells and cattle used to serve as a store of value, and, to a
certain extent, even as a medium of exchange.
The Bank Of Tanzania (BOT) invites qualified
and interested Tanzanians to apply for the following positions as detailed in attached PDF File below…CLICK HAPA CHINI KU- DOWNLOAD PDF FILE YA MAELEZO KAMILI AND MODE OF APPLICATION:
Position: Various Posts (27 Vacancies)
Deadline for all applications: 17th June, 2023.