East Africa:In Case North Sudan Joins the EAC Fold...
THE letter which North Sudan wrote to the East African Community, bidding to join the now six-state regional bloc, may soon see Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and… Read more »
East Africa:Nile River Should Benefit All Parties
EGYPTIAN President Abdel Al-Sisi arrived in Dar es Salaam on a wet Monday this week. In our local scripture, that could well be a blessing. Read more »
Tanzania:Magufuli Wants to Revive Diplomatic Ties With Sudan
The government has announced its intention of reopening diplomatic mission in Khartoum, Sudan, to promote bilateral relations between the two countries. Read more »
October 18, 2016
East Africa:Tanzanian Onion Growers Start Exports to South Sudan
Onion usually make people cry when peeling them but they are now causing tears of joy among Arumeru growers who have started exporting to South Sudan. Read more »
September 05, 2016
East Africa:South Sudan Submits Documents to Join EAC
South Sudan, which was accepted to become the sixth member of the East African Community (EAC), last April, will today submit 'instruments for ratification,' at the EAC… Read more »
March 13, 2016
East Africa:Our New Kid Is Hurting - Will the EAC Cure Juba's Gender Disease?
THERE'S a new kid on the block in the East African Community; the admission of South Sudan is an indication of the growing influence of the region and its bargaining power… Read more »
February 10, 2016
Africa:African Islamic Banking Leaders Meet in Sudan
Islamic banking leaders and dignitaries from across Africa and the Middle East gathered in Khartoum, Sudan yesterday for the 2nd annual International Forum on Islamic Finance… Read more »
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