Thursday, February 21st, 2012 Page One: Key stories of the day Protests over unsolved murders in Songea turn deadly All the front pages today are covering the story of clashes between police and demonstrators in the southern town of Songea that has lead to scores being injured and a number dead. Tanzania’s economy in good […]
Serengeti Advisers’ partner, Mr. Aidan Eyakuze, joined Hon. John Cheyo (DP-Bariadi) and the Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Hon. Hamad Rashid Mohamed (CUF-Wawi) on the Hamza Kassongo Hour on Sunday 14th June to discuss the government’s 2009/2010 budget. For a summary of his comments, go here and here.
The leading story on the global economic crisis in The Citizen newspaper on May 6th, 2009 is important for two reasons. First, it attempted to put some real numbers on the impact of the global economic crisis on Tanzania’s banking system. The East African Central Bank Governors concluded a meeting in Kigali, Rwanda on May […]
Coming at the heels of news that the government has agreed a possible loan deal with the IMF, The Citizen reports today that local banks are starting to feel the strain of the global financial crisis as some creditors may be unable to pay-off their loans. Money quote: The Citizen has reliably learnt that […]