8:00 - 17:00

Our Opening Hours Mon. - Fri.


Call Us For Free Consultation




Blog List with Right Sidebar

High moral and ethics standards.


Wednesdays are for #RNRAjiraTips and today we have prepared for you "5 signs that your job interview went well". 1. Your job interview ran long. Recruiters and hiring managers do not like to waste time. If they feel that you are not the right fit for the position, they may cut the interview short. Keep in mind that sometimes there is more than one possible explanation for a situation. If your interview ended sooner than you expected, perhaps an urgent issue demanded the hiring manager's attention immediately. But many times, an interview running longer than expected could be a sign that it went well. 2. The...

Continue reading

Our CEO, Stella Sakia, has been named one of the top 100 executives in Tanzania

We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Stella Sakia, has been named as one of the top 100 executives in Tanzania for the year 2023. This recognition is a testament to her dedication, hard work, and leadership skills that have helped drive our organization to new heights. The list of top 100 executives in Tanzania is a prestigious honor that recognizes the most exceptional business leaders in the country. The list is compiled based on a rigorous evaluation process that takes into account various factors such as leadership qualities, financial performance, innovation, and social impact. Stella Sakia's inclusion in the list...

Continue reading

RNR Business Solutions launches “DARAJA”

The "Daraja Program" is an initiative launched by RNR Business Solutions that aims to bridge the gap between students and professionals. Its primary objective is to provide mentorship to students by connecting them with seasoned professionals, thus enabling them to acquire in-demand skills and enhance their personal and professional development.   Its launch was held at the RNR Business Solutions office on April 5, where students from the University of Dar es Salaam were paired with RNR staff members to receive mentorship and enhance their skill set. DARSA was launched in Gairo with a business education workshop held for female entrepreneurs of Magoweko Ward....

Continue reading

RNR Mentorship Program

The youth in Tanzania face many challenges related to their economic and social integration into their societies. Over 75 % of the population in Tanzania is under the age of 35, and one third are between 24 and 30 years of age. These youth present a great, untapped potential for driving development and change in Tanzania. RNR Business Solutions is delighted to have introduced this program for university graduates in Tanzania. This program is a platform created to raise and mentor the next generation leaders who will shape the future and change the world. The mentorship program is designed to partner...

Continue reading

5 Tips for Acing Your First Job Interview.


Whether your interview is in person, by phone, or over video, the first conversation with a potential employer is often nerve-wracking. But the more you prepare, the more confident you'll feel — and projecting confidence is essential to doing well in a job interview. The following are the tips for acing your first job interview. Research the Company and Job Description. Before your interview, research the organization and the responsibilities of the role you're applying for. A quick internet search or browsing through LinkedIn can usually help you find this kind of information. You should familiarize yourself with the company's products and services so...

Continue reading


You have your job interview scheduled—congratulations! Now it’s time to prepare, and we’ve got you covered. In this article, we provide an overview of how to succeed in an interview along with the tips for making a great impression in a job interview. Show Up on Time You’ve heard it a million times: “If you’re early, you’re on time; if you’re on time, you’re late.” Being punctual should be a given—especially when your dream job is on the line. But no matter how many times you’ve heard it, it’s worth mentioning again: Show up on time. Running late? Call as soon as possible to...

Continue reading

Signs of a Bad Interview that Mean You Didn’t Land the Job.

1. The interviewer seemed uninterested in you Was your interviewer simply going through the motions? Or did they seem genuinely interested in you as a candidate? Sometimes, we get the sense that the person we are talking to simply couldn't care less what we have to say. It may feel like they may have been staring at the clock as you talk, looking down at their paperwork or just glazing over completely. Whatever it was, it could be telling of whether or not you got the job. Sadly, if you felt as though the interviewer or hiring manager was less than concerned...

Continue reading

How to Answer “What Is Your Greatest Strength

Your strengths say a lot about you as a candidate. By asking you about your strengths, here’s what the interviewer is looking for: They want to know if you know your own strengthsThey want to know if you’re realisticThey want to know if your strengths are relevant for the job While answering, the HR manager is going to expect examples from you. So, to answer correctly, you need to convey the above 3 points in your answer and provide a real-life, relevant example of the strength in action. You can claim you’re the most hard-working person in the world and amazing at time-management, but without providing an example, you might...

Continue reading

10 Interview Mistakes That Could Cost You the Job.

You have applied the dream job, aced the phone interview and you are now invited to an in-person interview. Here are the 10 mistakes you should avoid because they could cost you a job. 1. Lying What happens when you find out your date lied to you? Hopefully, you'll say “bye-bye” without looking back. A hiring manager would do the same if a candidate lies during their interview.  Lying about one's experience, education, skills, current or past salary, achievements, and so on is not acceptable in an interview. If you lie, chances are you will get caught. As one recruiter shared in response to the...

Continue reading


An internship is an official program offered by organizations to help train and provide work experience to students and recent graduates. Here are the top 5 reasons we think show the importance of an internship. 1.)Internships provide exposure to the real world. Unfortunately, in today’s job market, passing exams with high scores and getting a degree doesn’t offer the much-needed work experience, you will need to succeed in a workspace. By partaking in an internship, you will be able to gain real-life exposure, grow your knowledge and determine if you are in the right career field. Internships not only provide you with the first-hand...

Continue reading


If you're planning to put in your notice, consider taking the advice of experts below and doing everything in your power to make your exit as strong as your entrance.  Give sufficient notice. It's standard to give your employer at least two weeks' notice when you quit your job, but those in accounting should consider giving more notice. Have a direct and professional conversation. Once you're sitting down with your manager, it's usually best to open the conversation with the fact that you're resigning.   Tell your manager face-to-face. It might be tempting to quit your job over email in order to avoid an awkward conversation, but...

Continue reading