Dappled Things out now on OkadaBooks

Dappled Things, a fiction novella written by Iweka Kingsley is now available on OkadaBooks after its initial publication in 2013 by Partridge Publishing. It...

Africa leads with plastic ban

As of July 2018, one hundred and twenty-seven (127) out of 192 countries reviewed (about 66%) have adopted some form of legislation to regulate...

South Africa signs Carbon Tax Act into law

According to the National Treasury, South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa signed the Carbon Tax Act into law to take effect effect from June 1. "Climate change...

Funding Africa’s Infrastructure Gap

Key to enabling African economies to make the most of their opportunities is developing infrastructure in the region. Across the continent, new laws are...

Algeria certified Malaria free

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Algeria and Argentina have been certified Malaria free. The WHO confirmed in a statement released that Algeria...

KIRIGI – a flash fiction story

As soon as he hung up the phone, Kirigi knew that he had to get moving, there wasn’t much time before people began to...

Rwanda’s new programme to create 20,000 jobs

A $7.5 million four-year Youth Conneck scheme signed by Rwanda's Ministry for Youthm UNDP, UNFPA and Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), is set to...

A future option for African fast intercity coastal transportation

by HARRY VALENTINE for The Maritime Executive The recent redevelopment and upgrading of Kenya’s Mombasa – Nairobi railway line has revealed a market for faster, affordable intercity...

Kenya launches e-Passport centres to serve diaspora

In its bid to serve Kenyans in diaspora, the Kenyan government has launched e-passport centres in other countries, starting with South Africa, United Kingdom,...

Ethiopia hosts ‘most expensive dinner’ to raise funds for project

(BBC News) -- Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed hosted 200 business people and representatives from several organisations for a Sunday dinner dubbed "the most...