FTI, is being paid £338,000 per week, broken down as £155,000 (Sh22.7 million) for on-site investigation, £45,000 (Sh6.5 million) in other expenses,...
The contention stem from the Congolese who blocked Ugandans last week from trading in DR Congo arguing that when Ugandans die in...
Operations of small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Rwanda will soon start signing performance contracts with government, a move that is aimed at enhancing...
The Kenyan tourism sector is expected to continue its rebound this year with the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) projecting it will grow...
The World Bank has given Kenya Sh15 billion to finance initiatives that help stem the tide of joblessness in the country.
The local manufacturing sector in Uganda is pushing the government to do more in encouraging Ugandans to consume locally made products.
There was not a single foreign dignitary present in the capital Hargeisa to hear President Ahmed Silanyo's declaration of autonomy.
According to participants at the recent meeting of Comesa Leather and Leather Products Institute, the East African Community has continued to under-exploit...
Exporters in East Africa will pay more, come July, when a new requirement on weighing and verifying containers is implemented globally
The wealth which translates to 95 million shares comes from owners who have not communicated with the companies or claimed their dividends...
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URA collects Shs1 trillion more than 2015/16 fiscal year despite €109 million deficit
Government of Rwanda set to access $25 million facility from IMF
Rwanda hopeful to maintain a stable growth rate of 7-8 per cent
Kigali’s $700m air project to handle 150 million tonnes of cargo after 27 months
Floriculture land to reach 2,000 ha by 2018 as horticulture exports rise to $10m – NAEB
Tanzania’s leading airline to start three-days flight operation to gold mining region