The latest Global Peace Index says the world is slightly more peaceful this year than it was in 2016, but East Africa is one exception. Political instability fluctuates unpredictably in the region and a number of conflicts have added to an
The rapid economic development of countries like Ethiopia and Rwanda are well documented. Or, more accurately, the benefits of Africa’s economic surge are widely applauded but the potential downsides of growing too much, too quickly are rarely discussed. Yet the
East Africa isn’t without its economic success stories. Ethiopia and Rwanda are two of the region’s most exciting economies and Tanzania could be lining itself up as a rising force in the region. However, they – and the more established
“Africa Rising” has been the popular term used to describe the rapid economic growth taking place in sub-Saharan Africa since 2000. The assumption is African nations will continue to rise out of economic turmoil to secure a sustainable and peaceful
A new report from the Word Bank is urging Tanzania to reform its tax system, in order to maintain its impressive rate of economic growth.
Zanzibar’s Minister for Trade, Industry and Marketing is calling on members of the public to support the semi-autonomous archipelago’s industrial economic plans.
Rwandan president Paul Kagame has secured a third term in […]
Kenya’s national police has ordered 180,000 security officers to man […]
The US says it is disturbed by “irregularities” in Rwanda’s […]
Uganda and Tanzania put plans in motion on Saturday to […]
Hundreds of Kenyans are crossing the border into Uganda each […]