The elections that held in Democratic Republic of Congo, the African Union (AU) say there is “serious doubts”. The final results that have been call should be suspended.
One of the opposition candidates, Felix Tshisekedi, the figure that were announces brings victory to him. The other opponent Martin Fayulu of … Read More
Dredging process at Lake Victoria kick-off today in Kenya.
Kenya government has kick-off the dredging process on lake Victoria. This process will help boost the nation transportation sector as well as growing the sector. Meanwhile, the process will help ease the vessel navigation.
The project will help eradicate water hyacinth … Read More
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Tunisian public sector worker immediately request to calls for protest by the President of Tunisian Beji Caid Essebsi . Reaching to the raise of wages from about 670,000 civil servants. The agreement between the sector worker and government were fail as a result of this nationwide strike occurs on Thursday.… Read More
Zimbabwe becomes world’s most expensive place to fuel a car.
Africa is championing the list of world’s most expensive place to fuel a car courtesy of Zimbabwe. The question is how the this come to be?
Back in 2017, before the stepping down of President Robert Mugabe; Zimbabweans held a … Read More
Uganda government seek US$ 246m (Shs910b) from UK Export Finance for Namanve Development.
Uganda government has applied to UK for funds to construct a project. This project is for the development of Kampala Industrial and Business Park. Meanwhile, loan will help build the park that has been incomplete for a … Read More
How Zimbabwe’s land reform is costly the nation.
Zimbabwe is a country that is surrounded by land in southern Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. In Zimbabwe, Harare is the capital and largest city. The country is approximately 16 million people and has 16 official languages that consist of … Read More
Tullow Oil is a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company with a portfolio of 90 licences across 16 countries. Our focus is on finding and monetizing oil in Africa and the Atlantic Margins. Tullow Ghana Limited (TGL) is in search of Graduate Petroleum Engineer based in Accra. … Read More
Aurecon, the global engineering and infrastructure advisory company announced the appointment of William Cox as the global chief executive officer.
Mr. Cox will assume office in February 2019 to continue the organisation’s rapid growth and diversification across Digital, Advisory and Asia. Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Cox said: “This is … Read More
Former Basasa COO reveal details of NPA bribery during the state capital inquiry in South Africa.
Angelo Agrizzi who was the former Bosasa chief operation officer has reveal details of the state capital deal. According to Agrizzi, during the court session said he could not hold it anymore. He said … Read More
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Kampala’s largest and third oldest institution of higher learning awards President with award for achievement.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda presided over the 69th graduation ceremony at Makerere University yesterday (15 January). The weeklong graduation ceremony will see many Ugandans enter the job market in search for graduate roles. … Read More
Loud explosion sound heard at Michel Camp in Ghana but no death recorded.
The famous Michel camp was on fire early this morning after loud explosion. The explosion occurred in the early hours, Meanwhile resident in the area looking for ways to evacuate to a safe place.
The camp barrack … Read More
Gunmen have attacked Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi. The attack happened in Dusit hotel complex, claiming the lives of many. Witnesses saw four armed men entering the complex, before at least two blast and gunfire were heard. Al-Shabab, a militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The government of … Read More
African union mourns Dr. René Kouassi with a minute silence.
During the African Union’s Ordinary Session of the Permanent Representatives, a minute of silence was held in remembrance of Dr. René Kouassi. He passed away on Sunday 14th January in his home country, Côte d’Ivoire.
Dr. René Kouassi was AU … Read More
The prosper Africa initiative was recently commended by President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya. He said the initiative will “deepen the trade, commerce and security ties between Kenya and the US. I therefore look forward to working with President Donald Trump, the US government and US private sector for the mutual … Read More
Court Adjourned trial of Walter Onnoghen to Tuesday January 22, as he was absent during the hearing process.
The trial of Nigeria chief judge, Walter Onnoghen is set to kick-off today at the nation capital in Abuja. the Judge is facing six counts of failing to disclose many banks account. … Read More
Semwa Dam construction resume after the project was included in Zimbabwe 2019 budget.
Construction of the Semwa dam is set to resume in Zimbabwe after funds were provided. The project which kick-off in 2014 was originally set for completion in three years time but had financial issues.
According to report, … Read More
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) economies in 2018 tapped more into the Eurobond market, increasing by 77 percent the amount they raised from off-shore sources as they sought to access cheaper funds to meet domestic needs, United Capital Research says.
The countries raised US $18.6 billion last year, from $10.5 billion they … Read More
Nigeria’s Minister for Power, Works and Housing has announced that the award of contract for the development of basic infrastructure as sign of commitment to the Mambilla power plant project
He said the government approved the first contract of over US $ 2.1 million for demarcation of specific area of … Read More