Tanzania’s new president John Magufuli has vowed to fight against graft and corruption in the country.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Kenya’s economy, growth prospects and international debt are within acceptable levels.
Rwanda has been accused of manipulating poverty statistics to hide worsening conditions of the country’s poorest people.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured Kenya that the country’s economy is in good shape, despite claims from opposition groups.
South Korean ambassador, Young Dae Kwon, has promised to strengthen trade relations with Kenya in a visit to the East African country.
The World Bank has credited a number of sub-Saharan nations for their progress against poverty over the last 13 years.
Ethiopia has become the first nation in sub-Saharan Africa to open a metro network – the first step in an ambitious project to transform the nation’s transport industry.
Ethiopian Airlines plans to expand its fleet with 15-20 of Boeing’s latest 777X jetliners before the end of the year. The award winning airline shows no signs of slowing its incredible growth story as it looks to replace ten older
Kenyan teachers have returned to work after a five-week strike was suspended by the courts. Teachers unions agreed to comply with the suspension, which will give them 90 days to negotiate terms of pay with the government. While pupils and
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has called for a united effort from international bodies to reduce inequality amongst developing nations. Kenya’s leader hailed the progress made over the last 15 years with the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), but highlighted the
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