The mission of FiFi Finance is: improving financial literacy, by making finances work for everyone.
FiFi Finance offers a growing Financial Portal for Tanzania. All About Investments in Tanzania, How to Buy and Sell Bitcoin in Tanzania, How to Invest in Govt Securities, Online Jobs that Pay, Best Investment Opportunities and Financial Literacy in General in English and Kiswahili.
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There are two types of government securities in Tanzania; treasury bonds (T-bonds) and treasury bills (T-bills). T-bonds are long-term securities and take over a year to mature. T-bills are short-term securities and less than a year to mature.
There are many online jobs that pay well these days. Tanzania, like many other Africa countries, has many people looking for online jobs. Find out the best online jobs for Tanzanians.
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Entrepreneurship is not easy. What sets successful businesses apart from failed ones? And what tools does a budding entrepreneur need to succeed? Find out a few of the many pillars that define the success of any entrepreneurship.
Welcome to FiFi Finance Africa
FiFi is a financial portal for everyone who wants to increase their financial skills and knowledge. Out attention goes to those wanting to obtain more information about budgeting, money management, loans, using bank accounts, investing and how to best save money. FiFi Finance is made for financial noobs, financial warriors, startup geeks to wealthy entrepreneurs.
We are a team of 10 persons, with 4 editors and 6 authors worldwide. We are active in numerous countries in the world. Our focus here is on African countries. Especially in Africa, there is a lot of potential to reach out to people in their native language about finances and help them out with their financial problems.
Countries we target include Kenya, Zambia, Nigeria, Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa. In addition to English, we also do this in French. Recently we’ve even started reaching out in native languages such as Swahili. This language is spoken in different parts in East Africa such as Kenya and Tanzania. Next to Swahili, we also aim to provide quality information in other native languages such as Yoruba, Igbo, Bambara and Oromo.
Feel free to get in touch if you know you can take editiorial ownership of one of those languages.
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