Lufthansa, the first European airlines to fly to Addis Ababa, is on the verge of launching its non-stop flight to Frankfurt this year.
Why some of the continent's leaders continue to disregard their countries’ own constitutions and laws governing presidential tenure....
Activists have accused his government of infringing free speech and democracy in its crackdown on internet users.
The IMF, in its latest World Economic Outlook, kept its 2018 and 2019 global growth forecasts unchanged at 3.9 percent for both years after upgrades in January.
Mobile and broadband internet services shut down in December in many regions outside the capital that were hit by unrest that threatened the ruling coalition’s tight hold on country.
The move is unlikely to go down well in a country where more than 40 percent of people use the internet.
Sales of spirits at EABL grew 20 percent in Kenya last year, marking a shift in the East African nation where beer, including EABL’s Tusker, has long been the preferred alcoholic beverage.
Repression under President John Magufuli has increased considerably. The clampdown threatens to create an equal and opposite reaction, warns NKC's Jared Jeffery.
Rwanda's economy has been rebuilt with a focus on technology, mining, tourism and agriculture
A Kenyan charity launched a range of educational materials on Tuesday to teach children about the dangers of trafficking.
Stanbic is the largest lender and holds the largest number of deposits in the Ugandan market.
African leaders have just signed a framework establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area, the largest free trade agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organisation.
The Nairobi county government has acknowledged that with 2,475 tons of waste being produced each day, it can’t manage.
Uganda’s national debt has nearly trebled in the last three years to more than 50 percent of gross domestic product,
Rwanda’s economy is likely to expand by 7.2 percent this year, boosted by the services sector and a rebound in construction, the finance minister...
Uganda’s national debt has nearly trebled in the last three years to more than 50 percent of GDP, posing a default risk since nearly...
Jared Jeffery | NKC African Economics Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was conspicuously absent from proceedings in Kigali on Wednesday, March 21, where many of the...
Yohannes Gedamu |Georgia Gwinnett College Former Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn sent shock waves through the region when he abruptly tendered his resignation. Desalegn said that...
President John Magufuli on Monday chaired a day-long meeting with major foreign and local investors
UK TV examines the alleged role Cambridge Analytica played in Kenya's elections