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1947 was the formation date of the East African firm of Cooper Brothers and Company, which was an amalgamation of two existing firms, the oldest of which first opened an office in Dar es salaam in 1925. Subsequent mergers resulted in changes of name to Coopers & Lybrand (in 1957) and then to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) (in 1998).
As at December 2021 PwC Tanzania had 8 partners and around 230 staff working from offices in Dar es Salaam and Arusha, including 12 new graduates taken on during 2021. Apart from the training received whilst working with the firm in Tanzania, we also develop our people by deployment on secondment overseas – for example, during 2021 we had 9 Tanzanians working on long term secondments in other PwC offices (Africa and Europe).