Sustainable agricultural mechanisation refers to all farming and processing technologies from basic hand tools to motorized equipment. But with most of those practicing agriculture being small holder farmers, mechanization still remains one of the items on their wish list. CNBC Africa in a conversation with Dr Benno Ndulu, former Central Bank governor of Tanzania shares
Prof. Benno Ndulu (PhD Northwestern) Mwalimu Nyerere Professor in Development Prof. Ndulu served at the University of Dar es Salaam as a Professor of Economics before taking up other national and international responsibilities. He is an immediate past Governor of the Bank of Tanzania. He has also served as the Executive Director of the African
The University of Dares Salaam department of Economics in collaboration with Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) and Economic Society of Tanzania (EST) invites you to the Public lecture on 30th April 2018 to be Lectured by renowned Economists : Prof. Joseph Stiglitz and Prof. Kaushik Basu.
The 1st Governing Council meeting was held today under the chairmanship of Prof. Benno Ndulu, the President of Economic Society of Tanzania (EST) at REPOA Conference Room. The Council discussed the EST plans and called for meaningful engagement of all the EST members throughout the year. The activities proposed aim to offer the Society members
Uganda to Tanga in Tanzania, in Kampala on 26th May 2017. The agreement was signed by the Minister of Constitution and Legal Affairs of Tanzania, Professor Palamagamba Kabudi and the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development of Uganda, Engineer Irene Muloni. The signatures came few days after the presidents of the two countries, President Magufuli
Accelerated investment in Tanzania’s cement sector, led by Dangote Cement, which is owned by Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote and Kenya’s Athi River Mining would push up Tanzania’s installed cement capacity to 9.4 million tonnes per annum in 2018. This would surpass Kenya’s installed cement capacity by 2018, which would be at 8.1 million tonnes