South Sudan, Burundi delegates in Dar for learning tour

DAR ES SALAAM: DELEGATES from South Sudan and Burundi are in the country to learn how Tanzania succeeded in improving investment and business environment through the digital registration system.

During their visit, the delegates met with the officials from the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (BRELA) who briefed them on the Online Registration System and other platforms.

Burundi Chief of Business Registration Department Burundi Development Agency, Ms Alida Mugisha said in Dar es Salaam on Monday that they have been using the system developed by BRELA since 2022 but still facing challenges.

“We have come again to learn how to tackle challenges emerging in the course of the application of the system to enhance business formalisation,” he said.

On his part, the Acting Chief of Business Companies from the Ministry of Justice, Republic of South Sudan, Mr Madol Anyuat said their visit will make help them learn, improve their systems and attract more business formalisation.

However, he called on Tanzanians to invest in South Sudan and seize immense investment opportunities. Speaking after receiving the delegation BRELA Chief Executive Officer Mr Godfrey Nyaisa, said the visit is part of learning a good system implemented by the agency.

“The delegates from South Sudan and Burundi were keen to learn about the Online Registration System was designed from scratch,” he said.

Mr Nyaisa said the system was created to reduce bureaucracy, and paperwork and increase efficiency in a short time.

On his party the Acting Director of the Department of Business Development from the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Mr Sempeno Nyari said, “This event is historic where we have received delegates from South Sudan, Burundi and members of the East African Community (EAC) to see the best way they can move and improve the business environment in their country.”

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