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 […]
The Ministry of Energy and Minerals is the Afghanistan of Tanzania politics. A dangerous and desperate hinterland where Ministers and Civil Servants are sent to valiantly die in an important war that seemingly cannot be won. And so when at the end of 2009, David Jairo was handed the chalice that had poisoned his […]
As AgriSol Energy Tanzania’s development activities progress, how is this proposed project designed to work with Tanzanian farmers to increase the use and productivity of the country’s farmland for the benefit of the nation? In the interests of full disclosure, Serengeti Advisers is a shareholder in Agrisol Energy Tanzania
Over at the website Foresight for Development, SAL’s Director and Head of Economic and Public Policy Analysis Unit at Serengeti Aidan Eyakuze talks about his work as an economist and how he stumbled upon the discipline of futurism: Born in Tanzania in 1969, Aidan has been a futurist for twelve years. Yet he didn’t choose […]
Aidan quoted in the April 3, 2011 Sunday Citizen article on EA Monetary Union.
Aidan Eyakuze was interviewed during his attendance of the three-day African Leadership Institute Fellows conference hosted in Tunisia by the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group. In the interview Aidan talks about politics, African development efforts, and the African Leadership Institute Fellows role. Interview with African Leadership Institute Fellows Spokesperson, Aidan Eyakuze
Most discussions about the world’s top emerging markets inevitably start with a swapping of stories and statistics about India and China. Unless you’re talking to new GBN Network member Aidan Eyakuze, in which case the conversation turns quickly to Africa. Businesses and investors have long regarded Africa’s emerging markets as full of promise but rife […]