July 21

July 20

  • Tanzania: Gas Boom to Transform Mtwara Port

    Daily News

    COME 2030 and the Mtwara Port would be handling some 28 million tonnes of traffic, thanks largely to the gas boom in Mtwara and Lindi regions. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Duce Sets Plans to Improve Performance

    Daily News

    A faculty member leads a discussion at Mbegani Fisheries Institute during the teaching methodology course for higher learning institutions. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Tripartite Talks Over Gerd to Resume


    Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt will resume tripartite negotiations over the construction of Ethiopia's hydro power plant project known as the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). Read more »

  • Kenya: Microsoft's Myskills4afrika Initiative Seeks to Spur Africa's IT Skills Development


    Microsoft is on mission to address Africa's IT skills shortage through its employee volunteer programme MySkills4Afrika which was launched in February this year. Read more »

  • Uganda: New Packages Boost Domestic Tourism


    A series of new innovations by the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has led to a surge in the growth of domestic tourism, with the latest official calculations pointing to an... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia Continues Jatropha Biodiesel Production


    Ethiopia is producing biodiesel from jatropha plant with 56 million birr said Water, Irrigation and Energy Ministry. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Making Agriculture Cool [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    Agriculture has an image problem. Simply put, for the majority of the world's youth, agriculture simply is not seen as being "cool" or attractive. Most think of it only as... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Glocalisation

    Addis Fortune

    Recent evidence suggests that much of the world has entered a period of low financial market volatility. But this is no time for complacency; more turbulent times are likely to lie... Read more »

  • Uganda: Harvesting From Oil


    An exploration well in Kasemene in Hoima District. Oil activities have created high demand for food products hence providing a source of income for local farmers.Even before oil... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Infrastructure Bank to Build N49 Billion Tower in Abuja


    The Chairman of the Infrastructure Bank Plc, Alhaji Lamis Dikko, said weekend that the bank has concluded arrangement to build a 27-storey multi-purpose 'Infrastructure Tower'... Read more »

July 19

  • Kenya: Night Travel On Garsen-Lamu Highway Banned

    Capital FM

    The Government on Saturday banned night travel for Public Service Vehicles and private cars on the Garsen-Lamu highway. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Mbabazi Wins Rwanda Top Film Award

    New Times

    Philbert Emmy Mbabazi, 24, the brains behind a short film called Mageragere, returned home Friday night with a prestigious accolade, the Best Film of the Year Award from the Rwanda... Read more »

  • Kenya: Extractives Industry Cautioned Over Transfer Pricing

    The Star

    Government's failure to crack down on firms undervaluing mineral exports has resulted in "significant losses" for the Treasury, according to tax advisory firm RSM Ashvir. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Singida Spends Over Sh300 Billion On Bridge

    Daily News

    Municipal Council in Singida Region has spent over 251m/- towards the construction of a bridge linking the township to the peripheral wards of Mwankoko and Mtamaa. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: French Company Wins Bole Airport Expansion Consultancy Bid


    A French company, ADPI, won the bid that the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise floated to hire a consultant for the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport passenger terminal expansion... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Adama to Get a New Masterplan


    The Adama City Administration is going to prepare a new masterplan for the fast growing commercial town in the Oromia Regional State. In an exclusive interview with The Reporter,... Read more »

  • Rwanda: When My 'Solar Energy' Was Put to Waste

    New Times

    A few weeks ago, I was in Burundi searching for jobs. After completely failing on this mission, I jumped into a Yahoo bus heading back to Kigali. I had some little cash remaining... Read more »

AllAfrica publishes around 2,000 reports a day from more than 130 news organizations and over 200 other institutions and individuals, representing a diversity of positions on every topic. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct.

Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica.com as the publisher are produced or commissioned by AllAfrica. To address comments or complaints, please Contact us.