South African group Sahara starts assembling computers in Mozambique

23 June 2009

Maputo, Mozambique, 23 June – South African group Sahara is due this month to start assembling computers in Mozambique to be sold at an average price of 10,000 meticals (around US$377).

The computers will be sold as the Dzowo brand and assembled in what was classified as the first technological development centre in Mozambique with an initial capacity to produce 11,520 desk top and lap top computers per year.

Sahara, which specialises in manufacturing and assembling computers, is headquartered in Johannesburg and has offices and research and development centres in Great Britain, China, the United Arab Emirates, India, Botswana, Namibia and Kenya.

From next year, the trans-national company plans to assemble 19,200 computers in Mozambique, with a view to making the equipment more accessible to Mozambicans. (macauhub)