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JUMA: Africans without visa will not be turned away upon arriving in Kenya


Monica Juma talks about Kenya’s position in the region, stability and the recent travel advisory against South Sudan.

Tough times ahead as Vodafone files for bankruptcy in Uganda


Firm can now deal with its debts to staff, creditors and, perhaps, sell its stake to investors and exit country.

Users to buy Google apps through M-Pesa


Google enables M-Pesa Express on the Google Play Store.

Mining investors remain cautious of Tanzania market


Potential investors are holding back on their entry into Tanzania over stringent policy changes.

Reparation hopes dim for Ugandan survivors of war crimes


Wheels of justice and reparations for the victims grind agonisingly slower 12 years after Kony war.

Sunder Nursery: Splendid park where past and future meet


Sunder Nursery covers 90 acres of pure nature, culture and history

Refugees riots in Rwanda put ‘open-door policy’ under scrutiny


Refugees are protesting cuts in food rations and cash-for-food by WFP

African immigrants welcome to Kigali, but law applies -govt


Rwanda has reiterated its willingness to accept African immigrants from Israel.

US threats force EAC to back down on secondhand clothes ban


East African states to instead use of tax measures and incentives to spur local manufacturing.

EAC presidents back $78bn mega projects, but who will foot the bill?


East African heads of state recommit to build 286 infrastructure projects.

Tanzanians uproar over state of the nation


Opposition, church leaders and civil societies criticise violation of rights.

Igad reaches out to South Sudan rival parties


Mediators engage in a shuttle diplomacy in an effort to assist the parties to cede ground.

Kenya, Tanzania agree to settle trade rows


The two countries have been at odds over various trade and bilateral issues.

Second opposition politician killed in Tanzania


Godfrey Luena was killed with machetes at his home on Thursday night.

Ex-chief of Tanzanian state broadcaster charged with abuse of office


Tito Mhando accused of economic sabotage as Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation chief.

Burundian charged in Dar with murder of British conservationist


Five suspects arraigned before Tanzanian court charged with conspiracy and murder.

Tanzania internet users hit 23 million; 82 per cent go online via phones


Majority use their handsets to go online.

Former South African soldier sentenced to death in South Sudan


William Endley "sentenced to death by hanging" for conspiring to overthrow the govt.

South Sudan’s Kiir blames US for peace talks collapse


Protect us from US "bullying", South Sudan president tells EAC.

Row over Kenyan oil revenues threatens to delay production


Residents now want the central government to make up for decades of neglect.

South Sudan children 'forced to watch rape'


UN says civilians have been tortured and mutilated, and villages destroyed on an industrial scale.

Tanzanian opposition leader spends night in jail


Zitto Kabwe was arrested for holding a political gathering without a permit.

Five Congolese refugees shot dead in Rwanda


Refugees were protesting against food ration cuts.

Kenyatta, Museveni to launch Busia one-stop border post


Travellers will be taking on average 37 minutes from close to two hours to cross.

Death toll from listeria outbreak in South Africa more than doubles to 172


915 cases of the disease have been confirmed since January last year.