The Kenyan inflation has hit another record high after it supersedes last month’s record of 7.9 percent to now 8.3 percent. The current inflation rate is at a 61-month high despite central bank fiscal policy and state subsidies on key
A group of armed men believed to be from South Sudan’s Greater Pibor Administrative Area stormed a village in Bor County on Monday, killing more than a dozen civilians.
Five Eritrean under-20 footballers have disappeared in Uganda during the regional Cecafa Under-20 Challenge Cup.
Tourism in Kenya is experiencing sustained growth with minimal long-term impact from a hotel attack in Nairobi that killed 21 people in January.
More countries in Africa are holding “democratic” elections than ever before with 31 of the continents’ countries holding national votes in 2018 and 2019 alone. However, there are distinctly undemocratic themes that taint the vast majority of votes across African
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) electoral commission has delayed the country’s presidential election by a week after telling candidates it’s unable to hold the poll on time.
Uganda is unlikely to achieve middle-income status by 2020, according to Finance Minister Matia Kasaija – despite repeated claims from President Yoweri Museveni in recent years.
Kenya Olympic running hero Kip Keino handed himself over to police on Thursday, amidst accusations of corruption and abuse of office.
Security forces in Ethiopia killed four protesters in the country’s eastern Somali region, according to witness reports.
Ruto Pledges Credit Reforms in Kenya
It seems like President William is already acting on his campaign promise of credit reforms. The president had promised a new economic model that will favor low-income earners through affordable credit. In his popular campaign phrase ‘bottom up’ the new