Tag: Tanzania

Tanzania seeks more investments by Morocco’s OCP

February 1, 2023

Tanzania is seeking to have another OCP plant to produce fertilizers in the country as part of efforts to bolster farming output and reduce food ... Read More

Uganda issues license for construction of controversial oil pipeline

January 24, 2023

Uganda has issued a license for the construction of a pipeline across the country and Tanzania to transport hydrocarbons from East Africa to international markets, ... Read More

Tanzania: Emmanuel Tutuba, new governor of Central Bank

January 10, 2023

Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of Tanzania, has appointed Emmanuel Tutuba as governor of the country’s central bank, in replacement of Florens Luoga, whose five-year tenure ... Read More

Former Kenyan leader Uhuru Kenyatta appointed to mediate crisis in Eastern DRC

November 9, 2022

The leaders of East African Community, EAC, have appointed former Kenyan leader Uhuru Kenyatta to broker political negotiations to end the security crisis in the ... Read More

Pre-COP27 warning: Africa’s great migration at stake due to climate change

November 7, 2022

Changing weather patterns are wreaking havoc on East Africa’s wildlife and placing the region’s people at greater risk too. As the planet warms, the natural ... Read More

Burundi re-opens borders with all neighbors including Rwanda

October 24, 2022

Burundi has reopened borders with its neighbors including Rwanda with whom it has had sour relations since 2015 over accusations that Kigali provides safe haven ... Read More

Uganda’s thriving financial sector ranked no.1 in East Africa

October 18, 2022

Uganda is running an economy with the most developed financial sector in East Africa, which is only the latest feat that depicts a major milestone ... Read More

Africa is winning cryptocurrency adoption despite 2022 bear market

October 12, 2022

With many Africans using cryptocurrencies for everyday transactions rather than speculation, cryptocurrency market across Africa grew by over 1200% between 2020 and 2021, and its ... Read More

Afreximbank approves $200 million for Uganda crude pipeline as NGOs denounce the project

October 6, 2022

Afreximbank has approved $200 million toward financing of a contested oil pipeline to export Uganda's crude, while a report released by two environmental NGOs has ... Read More

East African economies: conflict, drought and inflation signal tough times ahead

September 28, 2022

East African economies will decline this year driven due to political instability, unreliable rainfall and reducing agricultural yields, says the latest Macroeconomic Outlook Report for ... Read More