"He appeals to me and also I think that he is down to earth and he speaks from the heart and he is not trying to be politically correct."
Tanzania's poorest get cash to start businesses.
Bloody violence and a faltering economy have gripped Burundi since April of last year.
Tanzania wants to profit from its long coastline and upgrade its rickety railways and roads to serve growing economies.
Most buyers of new vehicles, like light commercial trucks, rely on asset financing facilities.
Narcotics have spilled on to the local market, where people are largely unaware that injecting drugs can lead to HIV infection.
“Africa is the most youthful continent in the world - 200 million out of one billion people in Africa are young people"
The United States wants to reassure the people and the government of South Sudan that it has no plans to target any government.
The statement came after U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged the Security Council to block arms sales.
CNBC Africa’s Bonney Tunya had an exclusive conversation with the president of Sudan.
Burundi's U.N. ambassador, Albert Shingiro, said on Friday his country would only accept up to 50 unarmed U.N. police.
Many foreigners have been evacuated from South Sudan, the world's newest nation which is still recovering from the civil war.
Al Shabaab has launched a series of attacks against Kenya in recent years, including using local recruits.
The violence has raised fears of a collapse of a nearly one-year-old peace deal that was supposed to end two years of war.
Uganda secured a loan totaling $1.44 billion from China via its Exim Bank to help finance the 600 megawatt (MW) Karuma hydropower plant.
Clashes between the forces of President Salva Kiir and Riek Macha have killed hundreds of people since they broke out in the capital Juba.
"There is a very close correlation between the state of a country's economic and political development."
Kenya Airways suspended flights to South Sudan's capital Juba after a flare-up of fighting between rival factions in the unity government.
About 272 were killed as fighting broke out between South Sudan's rival factions in the capital Juba, including 33 civilians.
The violence raises fears South Sudan could slide back into conflict.