Welcome To Diamond Motors Limited

Truck dealers, New Car dealers, Power generation Equipment suppliers in Tanzania

Diamond Motors is a total solution provider and deals with multi product / services both off and on highway providing services across industry verticals mainly to Mining, Power, Rail, Defense, Construction, Transport and Multinationals. Diamond Motors Limited is an ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, OHSAS 18001:2007 Certified company, we are your one-stop solution provider for a variety of On Highway and Off Highway products and services. Our robust infrastructure, prompt logistics network, experienced personnel and visionary outlook ensures that we meet and exceed expectations of the clientele no matter what the need. Diamond Motors limited is Truck dealers, New Car dealers in Tanzania, we also supply, Operate and maintain the heavy equipment’s like Gas turbine, Bulk Fired Heaters, balance of plant equipment for the power generation plants, also deals with Pick up and types of Tyre in Tanzania. We excel by developing well-tailored solutions while considering the cost aspects and provide everything right from a product to its after sales services and contracts. Right from buying vehicles to modifying them and drilling work to financial leasing – we undertake it all. Diamond Motors limited is distributor in Tanzania.

News & Updates


Economic & Political

Tanzania: Lasik Surgery Introduced in Dar es Salaam

A Dar es Salaam based hospital ‘The International Eye Hospital’ has introduced a laser eye surgery (LASIK) service, which enables patients to regain sight without using glasses. The  Hospital top official, Prof Aydin Yildirim told the ‘Daily News on Saturday’ that the hospital introduced the modern service since June, 2017. He said the surgery is conducted to patients who are at least 20 years old. He said that with a new system, specialists will be able to conduct surgeries more than five patients a day. “LASIK is the best method worldwide for the treatment of eye diseases such as astigmatism, myopia and hyperopia


Govt warns national debt fear mongers

The Bank of Tanzania (BoT) has dismissed claims that Tanzania’s national debt was speeding out of control, saying the government’s debt burden was well within sustainable levels. “The Bank of Tanzania has been shocked by false reports published by the Mwananchi newspaper … which claim that the national debt has increased by 12 trillion shillings between December 2017 and March 2018,” the central bank said in a statement yesterday. “The accurate data is that government debt increased by only 2 trillion shillings during that period from 47 trillion shillings to 49 trillion shillings.” Between December 2017 and March 2018, private external debt rose by 1 trillion shillings from 9 trillion shillings to 10 trillion shillings.


China chips in Sh146bn for NIT upgrading to varsity, SGR study

The government, through the Ministry of Finance and Planning, yesterday signed two agreements with the government of the People’s Republic of China. The agreements comprise financial assistance amounting to Chinese yuan (RMB 409m), equivalent to Sh146.47bn, to finance implementation of various projects in the country. The projects including the upgrading of the National Institute of Transport (NIT) to a university of transport and for conducting a feasibility study for the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) line. The contract agreement was signed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance Dotto James and the Chinese’s Ambassador to Tanzania Wang Ke at a ceremony held at the ministry head office.


Tanzania challenged to present rm plans to WHO Assembly

A Civil society organisation has urged the government to present to the World Health Organisation Assembly concrete plans to increase human resource for health, particularly at dispensaries and health centres. The call was made yesterday by Rev. Peter Bujari, Executive Director of HDT, on behalf of the Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent
Health (RMNCAH) task team. He was speaking ahead of the 71st World Health Assembly expected to take place next week in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Bujari explained that Tanzania did not perform well on two most important indicators, according to a World Bank report of December 28, 2017, especially performance on Primary Health Care Programme.


Mwapachu issues advice on industries, education

Dar es Salaam. Ambassador Juma Mwapachu has raised concerns over the quality of education, saying the country has neither good colleges nor competent teachers to equip learners with modern technology skills. Speaking during the launch of his new book entitled Tanzania in the Age of Change and Transformation on Thursday in Dar es Salaam Ambassador Mwapachu
said transformation was urgently needed in the education system in order to prepare Tanzanian youth well for the modern world. The former East African Community Secretary General also said the success of the industrialisation agenda will depend on how well the agriculture sector is taken care off because it is crucial for the provision of raw materials for industries.


Business & Industry Related

Dr. Kimei will not leave, shareholders vow CRDB Bank Plc shareholders unanimously voted yesterday to stop the process of hiring the bank’s new chief executive officer (CEO) saying the retiring Dr. Charles Kimei should be given more time. Kimei should be given more time. The move came after shareholders voiced their concerns during the bank’s 23rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) that ongoing economic changes in the country do not provide a conducive environment for CRDB Bank Plc to change the CEO. Officials said that a majority shareholders said this was not the right time for him to leave the bank, saying they will instruct the board to halt the process of hiring a new CEO.


Council dishes out Sh10bn to empower youths, women groups

ILALA Municipal Council in collaboration with DCB Commercial Bank has managed to provide more than Sh9.6bn loan to 15,388 local entrepreneurs including women and youth to help them overcome the poverty. Speaking at the opening of a two-day exhibition for women and youth entrepreneurs held yesterday in Dar es Salaam, DCB Managing Director Godfrey
Ndalahwa said the loans benefited a total 8,482 youths and 6,906 women. He added that the initiative was seeking to complement government efforts to empower women and youths through ten per cent of the council’s revenue. “Ilala municipality has provided a total of Sh2bn to the bank for supporting the groups, and we have been issuing loans to entrepreneurs in the form of a revolving fund,” he said.


Tour operators opting for WTM

Dar es Salaam. Tourism is one of the top foreign exchange earners for Tanzania today, bringing in close to Sh5.2 trillion last year. But, although there is relatively extensive promotional
efforts overseas, little is being done to enable local tour operators to reach source markets overseas. Between May 7 and 10 this year, thousands of buyers, exhibitors and government officials from across the world converged in Durban, South Africa, for the annual Travel Indaba where they showcased their products, at the same time exchanging their experiences and views. Even as the Indaba attracted thousands, few Tanzanian companies were part of the exhibition – despite the country being endowed with tourist attractions that arguably make it second only to Brazil.


Korea eyes making Tanzania ICT hub in EAC bloc

The Korean government has expressed its intention to transform Tanzania’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to fast-track developments and become an ICT hub in the East African Community (EAC) region. Interviewed by the Guardian in Dar es Salaam recently, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Tanzania Song Geum-Young said bilateral cooperation in the ICT will help to create more employment opportunities, especially for youths. He was speaking after opening the 2018 Korea-Tanzania ICT Cooperation seminar involving local communication experts and their counterparts to share knowledge and experience.