Who Will Be Liberia’s Magufuli?

[Observer] Liberia is once again at a crossroads, this time, to choose a leader to succeed the current President. Political parties are emerging and presidential candidates are showing up to contest. Being one country with a high record of corruption i…

[Observer] Liberia is once again at a crossroads, this time, to choose a leader to succeed the current President. Political parties are emerging and presidential candidates are showing up to contest. Being one country with a high record of corruption in all forms, ordinary conscious voters have joined the debate on who will take the country from where it is to a greater and more prosperous height. Unfortunately, there are still others who care not for the country's prosperity, but that of themselves.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Region Lay Ground for Single Currency

[East African] The East African Community has moved a step closer to attaining a Monetary Union after the Council of Ministers adopted two key Bills that will help the partner states to progressively establish a single currency.

[East African] The East African Community has moved a step closer to attaining a Monetary Union after the Council of Ministers adopted two key Bills that will help the partner states to progressively establish a single currency.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Tanzania MP in Push for Kenya to Revoke Ban On Gas Imports

[East African] Outspoken Tanzania member of parliament and leader of the ACT-Wazalendo political party has criticised the move by Kenya to ban the importation of cooking gas via land borders with its neighbour, and now wants Dar es Salaam to retaliate …

[East African] Outspoken Tanzania member of parliament and leader of the ACT-Wazalendo political party has criticised the move by Kenya to ban the importation of cooking gas via land borders with its neighbour, and now wants Dar es Salaam to retaliate if Nairobi fails to rescind the order.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Keeping Anti-Malaria War On Global Agenda Key in Meeting 2030 Target

[East African] The Ugandan government has stepped up distribution of treated bednets. CEO of Vestergaard, a firm that manufactures the nets, spoke to GAAKI KIGAMBO about ongoing efforts to fight malaria

[East African] The Ugandan government has stepped up distribution of treated bednets. CEO of Vestergaard, a firm that manufactures the nets, spoke to GAAKI KIGAMBO about ongoing efforts to fight malaria

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Four Firms Shortlisted for U.S.$4,27 Billion Oil Refinery Project

[East African] Uganda has shortlisted four companies from which it intends to select the bid winner to construct its $4.27 billion oil refinery, Energy Minister Irene Muloni has announced.

[East African] Uganda has shortlisted four companies from which it intends to select the bid winner to construct its $4.27 billion oil refinery, Energy Minister Irene Muloni has announced.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Rwanda Begins Selection of Nine EALA Members

[East African] Rwanda has begun selecting nine delegates to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), with the National Electoral Commission receiving applications from aspirants for slots representing the youth, women and people with disabilities.

[East African] Rwanda has begun selecting nine delegates to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), with the National Electoral Commission receiving applications from aspirants for slots representing the youth, women and people with disabilities.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Aga Khan Doctors to Be Trained On Palliative Care

[East African] Four doctors and nurses from Aga Khan Hospitals in Kenya and Tanzania will receive specialised training in palliative care as the two counties prepare to offer the services to patients.

[East African] Four doctors and nurses from Aga Khan Hospitals in Kenya and Tanzania will receive specialised training in palliative care as the two counties prepare to offer the services to patients.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Museveni Expresses Disdain for Food Relief

[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has expressed disdain for the ongoing food distribution to hunger-stricken parts across the country, saying it might disorient people from working.

[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has expressed disdain for the ongoing food distribution to hunger-stricken parts across the country, saying it might disorient people from working.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda