One of the biggest investors in Tanzania has accused President John Magufuli of scaring away foreign investors with his policies.
Ethiopia’s central bank devalued the country’s currency on Tuesday, in a bid to boost stagnating exports.
Burundi vice-president Gaston Sindimwo says the country is committed to fighting brain drain.
Amnesty International says a shell company operating in the heart of London brokered an arms deal worth $46 million to war-torn South Sudan.
Rwanda President Paul Kagame has shared insights into the economic success of his regime during an event discussing Africa-US trade relations.
Kenya’s government has borrowed a record Sh430.6 billion (USD 4.19bn) in four months, pushing the East African country’s debt past the Sh4 trillion mark.
TEDGlobal, an annual conference “celebrates human ingenuity by exploring ideas, innovation and creativity” returns to Tanzania on Sunday – a decade since the country first hosted the event.
The European Union (UN) has doubled its funding for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), which aims to improve the living conditions of South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.
Uganda and Tanzania put plans in motion on Saturday to begin construction of a $3.5 billion oil pipeline between the two countries.
Western donors are refusing to support South Sudan’s peace process any further, until a more credible agreement is put in place.
A Kenyan politician and two activists have launched petitions at […]
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has authorised a full investigation […]