Book Industry in Tanzania

I would kindly like to ask for your assistance. If there is anyone with information or possible source on book industry in Tanzania, kindly share them with me.
Thanks in advance

Published in: on July 10, 2010 at 1:05 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. We are currently a bookshop in Dar es Salaam city centre in Upanga along Magore street. The name of the bookshop is ” KALL KWIK BOOKSHOP AND STATIONERS LTD” BOX NUMBER 22727. Tel +0222151314.

    We sale school books and reference books of various fields. We also provide school stationeries as a one stop shop for young graduates.

    We invite Authers, publisher and distributers to window their products.

    • I am trying to find a telephone number for Kall Kwik bookstore in Upanga. Can you tell me how I can reach them? Thank you.

      • We apologize for the late reply. The number to contact KallKwik Bookshop and stationers LTD is +255752211188.

  2. Seifi School Centre is a bookshop and a part of Seifi Group of Companies. It was established in 1993 to support the call of the Government to promote academic institutions in the country. The basic aim is to provide the most up to date and currently available educational books and materials in all fields of learning from Pre school, Primary School, Secondary school, colleges, University and other related institutions plus Libraries. It is one of the most popular and modern book shops in the country.

    Seifi School Centre started as a retail shop but today has expanded and is the largest suppliers of all kind of books to schools, institutions, universities, ministries, NGO’s, banks and various other institutes not only in Dar es Salaam but in Tanzania. In short the centre has become a; ” A Gate to the world of knowledge”.

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