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Vodacom Tanzania, authorities settle charges against CEO, employees

DAR ES SALAAM, April 11 (Reuters) - Vodacom Tanzania has agreed terms for the release of its chief executive and four other employees following their arrests last week, it said on Thursday, including a 5.28 billion shilling ($2.29 million) payment to the government.

Last week, Tanzanian authorities charged the managing director of Vodacom Tanzania Hisham Hendi and other telecom executives with economic crimes.


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