16 August 18

Somali president visits Djibouti amid diplomatic tension

Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo arrived in Djibouti on Thursday amid diplomatic tensions between the two Horn of Africa nations.

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11 August 18

Uganda president calls on youth to ‘wake up’ and pull country out of poverty, joblessness

Uganda President Yoweri Museveni has called on young people in the country to “wake up” and pull themselves out of poverty and joblessness.

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03 August 18

Djibouti: London court rules in favour of DP World

An Arbitral Tribunal of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has ruled that the Djibouti government’s seizure of the Doraleh Container Terminal from DP World was illegal.

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03 August 18

Rwanda shrugs off US trade war blow, turns to Europe

Rwanda has shrugged off the US’ decision to suspend its duty-free benefits for exporting clothes to the States – President Donald Trump’s latest move in a supposed “trade war”.

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02 August 18

Eritrea, Somalia agree to restore diplomatic ties

Eritrea and Somalia’s leaders have agreed to restore diplomatic relations between the two nations following years of animosity.

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26 July 18

Rwanda signs $300m loan deals with China and India

Rwanda has signed loan agreements worth more than $300 million with China and India as the two Asian leaders made their first visits to the East African nation.

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26 July 18

Ethiopia steps up plans to sell Ethiopian Airlines shares

Ethiopia is stepping up its plans to sell shares in Ethiopian Airlines as it looks to open its doors to foreign investors.

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24 July 18

Kenya: Thousands homeless after Kibera demolitions

Thousands of people in Kenya’s largest slum have been left homeless after days of demolition carried out by the government.

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17 July 18

Tanzania secures $200 million loan from Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse Bank is set to lend Tanzania $200 million for developmental projects, the East African nation has revealed.

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11 July 18

Kenya accuses Tanzania of blocking goods in trade spat

Manufacturers in Kenya are frustrated by Tanzania’s move to place a 25 per cent duty on Kenyan goods, accusing authorities of blocking Kenyan products and causing them huge losses.

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