The businessman Rostam Aziz, an MP for the Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM, governing party), under suspicion by Parliament of being involved in several recent scandals, is also a fervent company creator. When he forms new companies, he gives the impression of juggling with the names. Although he owns around a dozen companies, some of which have the same address and/or phone number, his name only appears clearly on one of them, African Trade Development (T) Ltd (ATDL). Even then, in the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (Brela) document concerning this company, he is listed as a director of ATDL but under the name Rostam Sakarri. All of the companys other directors have fairly similar sounding names that are more or less derived from his: Rostom A. Sakarr, Rustom Aziz Sakarr, Rustam Sakarri and Rustam Sakaari. On the shareholder lists of other companies, the Tanzanian businessman appears to hide behind Iranian sounding names like Chakaar and Mehrab. Nor is the name Rostam Aziz listed on Brela documents of at least half a dozen other companies which are supposed to belong to him, such as Africa Tanneries Ltd, Tanzania Leather Industries Ltd, Wembere Hunting Safari Ltd, Tanzania Packages Manufacturer Ltd and even the most well-known of them, Caspian Construction Ltd. Rostam Aziz has publicly stated that he has acquired Habari Corporation Ltd (HCL), a company publishing several newspapers and the proprietor of the media training institute Mamet. However, his name does not appear on the list of shareholders of Isenegeja Ltd which effected this purchase, nor on that of New Habari (2006) Ltd which was created to run this press company and which he nevertheless claims to own.