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Strange Banana Disease Spreads to 11 Districts in Uganda

Uganda has sick bananas and it is not a metaphor. The press reported that “a strange disease has hit bananas…

South Sudan’s Machar Sworn in As Vice President

“Dr Riek Machar and three other vice presidents of South Sudan took their oaths of office Saturday, on the deadline…

South Sudan govt forces told to vacate civilian buildings

“With two weeks remaining before the 100-day deadline for the formation of the South Sudan transitional government, the African Union…

Rwanda: Two Ministers Resign From Cabinet

“Evode Uwizeyimana, the Minister of State in charge of Constitutional & Legal Affairs and Isaac Munyakazi the Minister of State…

Zimbabwe is a problem for the whole region

“MDC President Nelson Chamisa has made an appeal for South Africa to urgently intervene and resolve Zimbabwe’s deteriorating economic and…

Ian Khama to Sue Botswana’s Government

“Former Botswana president Ian Khama is preparing to sue his government for allegedly defaming him” source: https://allafrica.com/stories/201912130193.html You may also…

South Sudan new government deadline looms

“East Africa’s mediators are pressuring key protagonists in South Sudan to provide a breakdown of tasks to be addressed in…

Will parties’ merger change Ethiopia’s political landscape?

“Politicians from Ethiopia’s governing Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) coalition have approved the idea of forming a new political…

Ethiopia’s ruling coalition agrees to form single party ahead of 2020 vote

“Ethiopia’s ruling coalition on Thursday approved the merger of three of its four ethnic-based parties into a single national one…

Tanzanian Legislators Push for Solar Power Use to Curb Pollution

“STUDIES conducted in Tanzania have shown that the country has a potential to generate 1,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity through…

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