Kenyan leader rules out more loans to pay workers
Kenya’s public debt now amounts to sixty five percent of the national revenue.
By BBC News Apr. 11, 2023
I'm happy to retire and become a journalist - Kagame
"I'm sure one day I may join journalism in my old age. I'm looking forward to that," Mr Kagame said.
By BBC News Apr. 5, 2023
Elon Musk’s obsession with blue checks is a verified problem
Musk already biffed it with advertisers: revenue has fallen by half since October.
By The Verge Apr. 5, 2023
Kenya’s Raila Odinga suspends anti-government protests
The opposition has been pushing for reforms to the electoral commission, including stronger assurances that the president cannot pack the body with supporters.
By Al Jazeera Apr. 3, 2023
Zonful Energy: Zim’s off-grid power solution
As a boy, William Ponela always hated being stuck in the dark after the paraffin-powered lamps in the family’s home ran dry.
By Alois Vinga Apr. 1, 2023
Botswana denies plot to kill ex-leader Ian Khama
In a statement on Tuesday, communication permanent secretary William Sentshebeng dismissed Mr Khama's allegation as "outrageous and unfortunate".
By BBC News Mar. 29, 2023
Inspired Zim clinch series decider
The impressive display in the series decider should be a confidence booster for Zimbabwe ahead of the qualifying tournament for the 2023 World Cup in India from June to July.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 26, 2023
History repeats itself
It is a misnomer that the main airport and some roads in every city are named after him.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Mar. 8, 2023
Kenya’s president criticizes court ruling on LGBTQ group...says country’s stance on same-sex marriage remained unchanged
The Supreme Court majority noted in its decision that same-sex marriages are illegal in Kenya.
By AP Mar. 2, 2023
Labour Act reviewed: 3 months’ notice of termination removed
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