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Tanzania : Middle Income Status Opens New Realities for Tanzania

  4/07 | [East African] Economic growth and development are universal aspirations that define the progress of both the individual and the (...)

Middle Income Status Opens New Realities for Tanzania

  4/07 | [East African] Economic growth and development are universal aspirations that define the progress of both the individual and the (...)

East Africa : EAC MPs Miss Salaries in Cash Crunch, As Burundi and South Sudan Face (...)

  4/07 | [East African] Employees of the East African Legislative Assembly are yet to get their June salaries, while members of parliament have (...)

Kenya : Kenya to Reopen Its Airspace Despite Increasing COVID-19 Cases

  4/07 | [East African] Kenya is set to reopen its airspace for domestic flights, allow religious gatherings and inter-county tourism and travel (...)

Nation Attains Lower Middle Income Status Five Years Early

  4/07 | [East African] Tanzania will now have access to international credit markets after the World Bank declared it a lower middle income (...)

Tanzania : Nation Attains Lower Middle Income Status Five Years Early

  4/07 | [East African] Tanzania will now have access to international credit markets after the World Bank declared it a lower middle income (...)

Kenya, UK to negotiate post Brexit trade agreement

  4/07 | President Uhuru Kenyatta Saturday held private talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson during which the two leaders agreed to (...)

Rwanda : Why COVID-19 Numbers Earned Rwanda Slot On EU's 'Safe' (...)

  4/07 | [East African] Burundi's new President Evariste Ndayishimiye has got good political instincts, after all. He has declared that (...)

Kenya : Nairobi Hospital Loses Bid to Increase Staff Working Hours

  4/07 | [Nation] The Labour court has ruled against the Nairobi Hospital in a legal battle over the revision of its employees' working (...)

Kenya : Kenya Sets New Record in Daily COVID-19 Cases

  4/07 | [Nation] The number of coronavirus cases in Kenya increased to 7,577 after 389 more people tested positive.

Ethiopia : Ethiopia Committed to Agreements On Mega Dam - Ambassador

  4/07 | [East African] Ethiopia's Ambassador to Kenya, Meles Alem Tekea, spoke with Fred Oluoch about the country's stand on the (...)

389 more people test positive for COVID-19, as 5 die

  4/07 | The number of COVID-19 cases maintained an upward trend as 389 people tested positive from 4,829 samples tested in the last 24 hours. (...)

New Vision

New Vision News from Uganda's Leading Daily

On Mary Aliona’s videos and why I should vote for Kabuleta

  4/07 | A video showing the poor hygiene in a facility holding quarantine interns at Masaka Regional Referral Hospital went viral. The video (...)

Uganda Remains Steadfast On Refugees Despite COVID-19

  4/07 | [DW] Uganda has lived up to its reputation as Africa's most hospitable nation by opening its border to 1,500 people fleeing (...)

Ugandan Diaspora group stuck with Museveni cash, decide to hold zoom conference

  4/07 | Ugandans in North America under their umbrella group UNAA are currently stuck with $100,000 (Shs370m), an annual gift from President (...)

DP Norbert Mao officially joins presidential race

  3/07 | The president of the Democratic Party, Nobert Mao, has declared his intention to run for the position of president in the 2021 general (...)

Porous Border impedes COVID-19 fight in Namayingo district

2/07 | The absence of designated entry points and the porous borders on Lake Victoria have hindered the success of the fight against Covid 19 (...)

Minister Kasaija wants raw tobacco processed in Uganda

2/07 | The Minister for Finance, Hon Matia Kasaija has asked the Association of Tobacco Exporters in Uganda to establish processing plants in (...)

NRM Southern Africa Chapter distances self from man who campaigned for Bobi (...)

2/07 | The NRM Southern Africa Chapter has distanced itself from a man who was captured in a video announcing that as a member of the ruling (...)

‘I saw so much killing’ : the mental health crisis of South Sudan refugees

2/07 | Therapy is helping some of the thousands forced over the border to Uganda to cope, but funding shortfalls mean resources are becoming (...)

Parliament gives Kasaija ultimatum to pay South Sudan traders

1er/07 | Finance Minister, Hon Matia Kasaija has been instructed by Parliament to fast-track payment of South Sudan traders within 10 days. The (...)

4.1 million girls face genital mutilation due to COVID-19 – UNPF Report

30/06 | Kampala, Uganda | URN | More than 4.1 million girls around the world will undergo .....READ MORE

Tough choices for Uganda landslide survivors

6/11 | Cracks on the dormant volcano of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda continue to widen in the wake of last month’s landslides, sparking fears (...)

Uganda Government News : MPs plotting presidency bid for Rebecca Kadaga

29/09 | Democratic Party secretary Gen also doubles as Bukoto south MP Mathias Nsubuga and Kyotera county MP Haruna Kyeyune re-ignite debate (...)

The African Executive

The African Executive (AE), a publication of the Inter Region Economic Network (IREN), is the market leader in opinion on Africa's socio- political and economic development. The African Executive (...)

COVID 19 : 247 test positive, 2.6m Kenyans exposed to the virus

  3/07 | A study conducted by KEMRI and commissioned by the Ministry of Health indicates that approximately 2.6 million Kenyans have been (...)

Blood type may affect Covid-19 outcomes, study shows

1er/07 | Researchers studied 1,610 Covid-19 positive patients with respiratory failure.

Of vanishing foetuses

29/06 | The vanishing twin syndrome, though rare might go unnoticed.

Deal firmly with the cyclic ethnic clashes

27/05 | Cattle rustling, which precipitated the scuffle, must be dealt with quickly and ruthlessly.

Covid-19 : New record as 123 more test positive

27/05 | 3,077 samples tested in last 24 hours, Health minister Kagwe says.

Covid-19 : Studies show cost of lockdown outweighs benefit

27/05 | For the amount a developing nation would spend on saving one life through Covid-19 policies, it can save 4,000 lives through smart HIV (...)

Left homeless, penniless and heavily pregnant

27/05 | Kariobangi demolitions leave thousands homeless amid Covid-19

Burundi opposition to contest ruling party's election win

27/05 | CNL officials preparing appeals, says a party lawmaker.

Senators claim politics behind maize policy

27/05 | Lawmakers demand that policy document behind the move be tabled by the ministry

Elders, Rift MPs differ on how to reconcile Uhuru, Ruto

27/05 | Myoot elders say fielding two presidential candidates will be detrimental to the community.

KPL players welcome government’s plan to cushion them

27/05 | Most vulnerable players from the KWPL will also benefit from the programme.

How ‘missing' Billian Ojiwa ran away from wife..

12/02 | News broke on social media that Kanu Youth Conference chairman and community mobiliser Billian Ojiwa had gone missing. Naturally, it (...)

IPP Media

IPP Media Daily updated Tanzanian stories.

Express

Express Online Quality weekly providing news and analysis on Tanzanian and regional affairs.

Andengenye makes a comeback as Magufuli appoints new Regional and District (...)

  4/07 | Former commissioner general of the Fire and Rescue Force Thobias Andengenye was among nine regional and district commissioners (...)

Mpango : This is why the newly attained status matters

  3/07 | Tanzania can now employ new options in its effort to source funds to implement its development projects, thanks to its graduation from (...)

Editorial - Middle-Income Status Is an Incentive to Do More

  3/07 | [Citizen] According to a 'classification by income levels' carried out by the World Bank, Tanzania becomes a middle-income (...)

OPINION : How humble Tanzanian doctor is winning accolades in UK

  3/07 | Since kick starting this column we have featured various Tanzanians overseas. The majority have been artists, athletes, diplomats and (...)

EDITORIAL : Middle-income status is an incentive to do more

  3/07 | According to a ‘classification by income levels’ carried out by the World Bank, Tanzania becomes a middle-income economy in the current (...)

Crdb Slashes Women Loan Interest to 14pc

  3/07 | [Daily News] CRDB Bank has cut women loans interest rates by over 40 percent through "Malkia/ Queen Account," a move that (...)

Motorsports Body Revises 2020 Nrc Calendar

  3/07 | [Daily News] THE Automobile Association of Tanzania has revised the National Rally Championship (NRC), calendar as motorsports head for (...)

Simba's Double-Title Bid, Can Be Fortune to Minnows

  3/07 | [Daily News] SIMBA'S zeal to claim both the Premier League and the Azam Sports Federation Cup titles this season seems to head for (...)

Diamond Reveals What Tanasha Loved Most About Tanzania

  3/07 | [Nairobi News] Tanzanian heartthrob Diamond Platinumz has revealed his favourite topic of discussion with Tanasha Donna whenever his (...)

Francis Nanai leaves Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL)

2/07 | Mwananchi Communications Limited’s managing director, Mr Francis Nanai, is to leave the media company. Mr Nanai who has been at the helm (...)

Israeli mining magnate dodged US sanctions in DRC deals : report

2/07 | Israeli mining magnate Dan Gertler used a global money laundering network to get around US sanctions and extract further mineral wealth (...)

Magufuli's Posture Rare, Deserves Much Support

2/07 | [Daily News] WHEREAS last Tuesday was no special day as it doesn't bear commemorative status like, for instance, Independence and (...)

Brown Condor

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Addis Neger Online

Addis Neger Online

Addis Fortune

Addis Fortune The Largest English Weekly in Ethiopia (mostly business).

The Paradox of Ethiopian Women - Increased Suffering, Higher National Profile, Muted (...)

  3/07 | [African Arguments] The appointment of women to 50% of ministerial positions by Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on October (...)

Amid Pandemic, Ethiopia Launches National Policy to Encourage Walking and Cycling

  3/07 | [UNEP] As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through Ethiopia earlier this year, many in the Horn of Africa country abandoned public transit, (...)

More Than 80 Killed in Ethiopia After Singer Shot Dead

  3/07 | [RFI] Angry protests in Ethiopia sparked by the killing of popular singer Hachalu Hundessa left more than 80 people dead in a second (...)

Federal Police Accused Jawar Mohammed, Others of Attempts to Repeat June 22 (...)

  3/07 | [Addis Standard] In a joint statement issued by the Federal Attorney General's office and The Federal Police Commission which was (...)

Gasoil Shortage Irks Drivers, Gas Stations

2/07 | [Addis Fortune] A shortage of gasoil has led to long lines around the capital, as the Ethopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise is in the (...)

At Least 81 People Killed As Protests Against Oromo Artist's Death Continue

2/07 | [Addis Standard] Ararsa Merdassa, Oromia Police Commission Commissioner General told local news media late this afternoon that the (...)

Oromo Singer, Songwriter Haacaaluu Shot Dead

30/06 | [Addis Standard] Artist Haacaaluu Hundeessaa, the prominent Oromo singer, songwriter, was shot dead today in Ethiopia's capital (...)

Nation Faces a 'Perfect Storm'

27/06 | [Africa In Fact] A few months ago, security agents intercepted five of Ethiopia's opposition figures at Addis Ababa airport and (...)

Open Letter to Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam

4/09 | by Asfaw Regasa I am one of those Ethiopians who read your articles over the years and appreciated your taking the time to write every (...)

Could teff, an ancient African grain, find a foothold in a warming California (...)

4/09 | By JUSTICE BAIDOOSEP. 3, 2019 6 AM Diners press toward the banquet table at downtown Sacramento’s Queen Sheba Ethiopian restaurant, (...)

Meaza Ashenafi : Judging Ethiopia’s Future – Al Jazeera Video

4/09 | Meet Ethiopia’s first female chief justice as she takes on the challenges of transforming the country’s judicial system. 04 Sep 2019 (...)

Hope Springs Eternal in Africa With Leaders Like Abiy Ahmed ! By Prof. Al Mariam

26/08 | Africa’s “first responder” does it again! Last week, Sudan was pulled from the brink of disaster when the “military council and the main (...)

EIN News (Sudan)

Sudan News Constantly updated news and information about Sudan.

Carol Sarsfield-Hall obituary

12/05 | My friend Carol Sarsfield-Hall, who has died aged 94, spent her childhood in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, where her father was governor of (...)

'We laughed as we touched it – and our friendship began'

23/03 | In this weekly series, readers tell us about their favourite trees. This week: a baobab in Sudan’s troubled South Darfur region This (...)

Sudan PM survives blast in apparent assassination attempt

9/03 | Explosion near convoy as Abdalla Hamdok was heading to office in Khartoum Sudan’s prime minister has survived an apparent assassination (...)

Analysis shows climate finance not reaching most vulnerable

5/03 | Funding is intended to help countries protect their people from the climate breakdown People in some of the world’s poorest countries (...)

Blood, sand and gold : victor’s city rises from ashes of Sudan’s civil war

29/02 | The ruthless leader of country’s Arab militia has grand plans for the remote western province. But the transformation of Zurrug risks (...)

Sudan signals it may send former dictator Omar al-Bashir to ICC

11/02 | Talks resolve to send ‘those who face arrest warrants’ for war crimes to The Hague Sudan has suggested it is prepared to hand over the (...)

Briefing : Sudan comes in from the cold as it transitions to civilian rule

29/08 | Sometime in the next few days, Sudan’s new cabinet will meet for the first time. That will mark the start of a three-year transition (...)

Sudanese pay a price for revolution as cost of living soars

25/07 | Falafel is a cheap fast food usually snapped up quickly on the streets of Sudanese cities. But now Sadiya Seror sits with unsold trays (...)

Aid access and aid worker safety : Delivering help in a war zone

19/07 | In the Democratic Republic of Congo, violent clashes are continuing to hamper efforts to contain the most recent Ebola outbreak. (...)

Midyear update : Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019

10/07 | Remember those 10 crises and trends to watch in 2019 we presented back in January? The issues are rapidly evolving, but we’ve been (...)

Sudan briefing : Civilians face increasing fragility under military rule

14/06 | Life is tentatively returning to Khartoum’s streets after pro-democracy campaigners abandoned a general strike this week, but Sudanese (...)

Blue Nile : ‘Prepare for peace and prepare for war’

11/06 | The stand-off in Khartoum between pro-democracy protesters and the ruling Transitional Military Council is being closely watched in (...)
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