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OPEC Cuts, Oil Price Drop Delay South Sudan Plans to Lift Output

South Sudan is banking on a better year in 2021 after efforts to rebuild its oil industry were knocked by the coronavirus...

Egypt must accept that the Nile belongs to Ethiopia and 8 other African states

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) continues to create political tensions between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. The GERD is a $4 billion hydroelectric project...

COVID-19: South Sudan oil production drops to 170,000 bpd

South Sudan oil production has dropped to 170,000 barrels per day (bpd) from 185,000 bpd due to disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic,...

With arcades closed, desperate traders turn to open-air shops

Faced with the grim prospect of their shops in downtown Kampala arcades not re-opening soon, desperate out-of-work traders have found novel ways...

How Kigali’s Financial Centre is progressing amid global capital constraints

In 2019, plans to establish Kigali International Financial Centre picked up pace and a formal launch had been scheduled to take place on the...

Uganda: Miners back govt on cleaning up the sector

Uganda's mining sector has been brought into the spotlight after the state minister for minerals, Sarah Opendi, said certain individuals were threatening...

Francophone Group to Lift Four-Year Sanctions Against Burundi

The International Organisation of la Francophonie will resume cooperation with Burundi after suspending programs in 2016, citing a political crisis in the...

Pakistan overtakes Uganda as top Kenyan goods buyer

Pakistan overtook Uganda to become the biggest buyer of Kenyan goods in the first five months of the year after supplies to...

Used Clothes Ban May Crimp Kenyan Style. It May Also Lift Local Design.

Kenya has halted imports of secondhand clothes to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The move limits fashion selection but opens doors...

Uganda’s central bank may cap commercial bank interest rates

Uganda’s central Bank (BoU) has threatened to cap the interest that commercial banks can charge borrowers, after the industry failed to reduce...

Latest news

Government warns Ugandans against traveling to Rwanda

The Minister for Presidency, Ms Esther Mbayo, has warned Ugandans against going to Rwanda after incidents of shooting to death of suspected...

President’s Press Secretary Response to the False Allegations by Peter Biar Ajak

On behalf of the President of the Republic of South Sudan, I would like to begin by sending my heartfelt sympathies to...

SPLA-IO commander dies in Khartoum

A senior military officer of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army in Opposition (SPLA-IO), led by First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny,...

Museveni: Uganda President hints at resuming sports activities in the country

The country's head of state has left sportsmen and women in joy after tweeting about a possible return of sports

Flood displaces 150,000 in South Sudan

At least 150,000 people have been uprooted from their homes due to heavy flooding in the eastern Jonglei state in South...
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