Rwanda’s Diaspora Community to Invest in Local Stock Market

Members of the diaspora community visited the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) last week to learn more about how they can invest on local capital market. Just...

How Social Media has Evolved and Transformed Rwandan Society

By Athan Tashobya Gone are the days when people thought that Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and other social media platforms were used only to share...

Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan reach Consensus in applying GERD Principles

Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan announced Tuesday that they have reached consensus to put into practice provisions in the Declaration of Principles regarding the Grand...

18 Africans who won our hearts in 2015; from Magufuli, Malak, Teklehaimanot, Jega to...

(M & G Africa) - It has been a real roller coaster of events but one thing that has been a constant is the unveiling of individuals...

Airtel continues to Empower Tanzania’s Youth

Airtel Tanzania, through its ‘Airtel FURSA’, programme has continued to empower youths in Dar es Salaam through entrepreneurship training to improve their skills on...

Tanzania gains ground in World Economic Freedom Ranks

Tanzania has been ranked 82 in World Economic Freedom in 2015, according to a new report launched yesterday. Last year’s ranking showed that the country...

AfDB approves $138 million for Rwanda’s Rusizi III Hydropower Project

The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has approved $138 million in loans and grants to finance Rwanda's Rusizi III Hydropower Plant Project. Rusizi III hydropower...

Nigeria becomes First in Sub-Saharan Africa to manage a Foreign Satellite

Nigeria has made history in the global space technology market by becoming the first country in the Sub-Sahara Africa to manage a foreign satellite. This followed...

The Prospects of Ports in Africa

Africa covers about 6% of the earth’s total surface. With 38 of its 54 states either coastal or insular in nature, Africa has over...

Tanzania Invests in Fossil Fuels to reduce Hydropower Dependence

Tanzania is moving toward using more fossil fuels in order to make up its electricity shortfall, according to the state-run power utility firm, Tanesco. Felchesmi Mramba,...