Despite recent comments by President Trump, the bombing of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) by Egypt is highly unlikely
Have Tanzania’s president’s controversial business and coronavirus policies helped or hindered the economy?
Zambian President Edgar Lungu sacked the country’s central bank governor in August. Charlie Mitchell reports on the implications for the country’s economy
How true is President Magufuli’s claim that Tanzania is Covid-free? Tom Collins reports from Dar es Salaam on the consequences for health and business of Tanzania’s controversial approach to the virus
Kenyan president signs three bilateral agreements in a multi-day trip to strengthen rapidly growing economic and political ties.
The secrecy that has surrounded Tanzania’s controversial approach to tackling Covid-19 appears to have extended to its management of the country’s foreign reserves. Helen Jones reports
Kenya eases Covid-19 restrictions while reminding citizens that a return to one of Africa’s strictest lockdowns is still possible.
A looming debt crisis in Africa triggered by the coronavirus presents new challenges for the continent’s primary lender.
Kenya’s first licensed investment fund for citizens living overseas is expected to channel more diaspora money into development projects across the country.
Tanzania’s tech ecosystem has shown positive growth but is failing to attract the attention and investment it needs.