Early Harvest Eases Food Prices

[East African] The early harvest of the 2017 agriculture season has started easing the pressure on food supplies in Rwanda, following the worst drought in six decades that largely hit parts of Eastern Province last year.

[East African] The early harvest of the 2017 agriculture season has started easing the pressure on food supplies in Rwanda, following the worst drought in six decades that largely hit parts of Eastern Province last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Think Again – Will the AU Impact Morocco More Than Morocco Will Impact the AU?

[ISS] For the first time, a red flag with a green five-pointed star hangs outside the African Union (AU) headquarters in Addis Ababa. After 33 years in the continental wilderness, Morocco is finally back in the club.

[ISS] For the first time, a red flag with a green five-pointed star hangs outside the African Union (AU) headquarters in Addis Ababa. After 33 years in the continental wilderness, Morocco is finally back in the club.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Another Stalemate Hits Intra-Burundi Talks

[East African] The Intra-Burundi dialogue led by former Tanzania president Benjamin Mkapa has been thrown into a disarray once again after the government and one opposition group said they would not participate in the talks set for Thursday.

[East African] The Intra-Burundi dialogue led by former Tanzania president Benjamin Mkapa has been thrown into a disarray once again after the government and one opposition group said they would not participate in the talks set for Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Counting on Trump to Repeal Conflict Minerals Rule

[East African] Rwanda is counting on US President Donald Trump coming good on his intention to suspend a law that bars companies from handling conflict minerals to save the country more than $4 million spent annually on compliance.

[East African] Rwanda is counting on US President Donald Trump coming good on his intention to suspend a law that bars companies from handling conflict minerals to save the country more than $4 million spent annually on compliance.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Nation’s Foreign Direct Investment Rising During State of Emergency

[Ethiopian Herald] Some twenty-five years back, Ethiopia had rarely been attracting the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) since the market was largely dominated by command economy.

[Ethiopian Herald] Some twenty-five years back, Ethiopia had rarely been attracting the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) since the market was largely dominated by command economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Farmaajo Resigned From U.S. Job a Day After Winning Election

[Dalsan Radio] Newly elected President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo tendered his resignation at the New York State a day after he won the February 8 Presidential elections, Radio Dalsan has learnt.

[Dalsan Radio] Newly elected President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo tendered his resignation at the New York State a day after he won the February 8 Presidential elections, Radio Dalsan has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Multi-National Federalism – Viable Option of Coexistence

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has experienced different systems of government in its long history. Almost all the previous regimes that ruled the country in iron fist did not have the will to decentralize power. As a result, the second most populous nati…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has experienced different systems of government in its long history. Almost all the previous regimes that ruled the country in iron fist did not have the will to decentralize power. As a result, the second most populous nation in Africa, and home of more than 80 nations, nationalities and peoples had been exploited by feudalism and military dictatorship. The diverse ethnic groups had not been treated equally for several centuries. They were denied of basic human and democratic rights during the pr

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ford Still Can Repair its Brand in South Africa but it Needs to Act Quickly

[The Conversation Africa] Cape Town -There can be no doubt that the Ford Kuga brand in South Africa is in trouble following the model’s propensity to burst into flames. Ford South Africa has not helped the situation with its lethargic reaction to what’…

[The Conversation Africa] Cape Town -There can be no doubt that the Ford Kuga brand in South Africa is in trouble following the model's propensity to burst into flames. Ford South Africa has not helped the situation with its lethargic reaction to what's now a major crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa