Where Do the Different Foods On Sale in Kampala Come From?

[Monitor] Food baskets. Not many of us care about where the food we are served is grown. Saturday Monitor’s Tom Malaba finds that over the recent past different areas have taken to growing crops that they traditionally did not grow while some other are…

[Monitor] Food baskets. Not many of us care about where the food we are served is grown. Saturday Monitor's Tom Malaba finds that over the recent past different areas have taken to growing crops that they traditionally did not grow while some other areas no longer produce a lot of what they used to offer on the market.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Former Zimbabwe Ministers Charged With Corruption

[The Source] Two former Zimbabwean cabinet minister who served under ex-president Robert Mugabe have been charged with corruption, their lawyers said on Saturday, the latest crackdown on officials loyal to Mugabe.

[The Source] Two former Zimbabwean cabinet minister who served under ex-president Robert Mugabe have been charged with corruption, their lawyers said on Saturday, the latest crackdown on officials loyal to Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Malawi President’s ‘Arrogant Claim’ Comes Under Attack

[Nyasa Times] Two newspaper columnists on Saturday launched at attack on President Peter Mutharika’s New Year address when he equates importation of goods and service to sound economic management.

[Nyasa Times] Two newspaper columnists on Saturday launched at attack on President Peter Mutharika's New Year address when he equates importation of goods and service to sound economic management.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Uganda’s Investment Decision On U.S.$200M Pipeline Expected in 2018

[The Exchange] Uganda, Jan 6 – Uganda is set to land two mega-million dealings in the course of the New Year that will arguably transform its economy. A crude oil refinery worth $500 million and oil export pipeline worth in the region of $200 million a…

[The Exchange] Uganda, Jan 6 - Uganda is set to land two mega-million dealings in the course of the New Year that will arguably transform its economy. A crude oil refinery worth $500 million and oil export pipeline worth in the region of $200 million are the proposed projects for the sub-Saharan country that has already set its equity in making the project a success.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda