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26 min ago | Hispanic Business
Rwanda and Uganda will have to keep a close eye on rising spending and appetite for borrowing, the International Monetary Fund has warned, as the countries risk stoking inflationary pressures and pushing up lending rates.
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The African Development Bank has agreed to partially finance the Mojo-Hawassa express highway that will be constructed with additional funding from the Ethiopian government and the South Korea Exim Bank.
Amid claims of intimidation, payoffs and failures to protect witnesses, the Hague-based international court's cases against the country's current leaders are in jeopardy.
Pentecostal pastors in Kenya encourage HIV patients to burn their medication in favor of prayers and "miracle blessings" that will supposedly "cure" the patient.
This photo from 2008 shows a Masai herdsman walking with his goats past a road construction project near Isiolo town, 320 km north from the capital Nairobi.
Mourning the loss of a man who bridged South Africa's racial divide, many Africans hope their leaders today will be inspired by Nelson Mandela to heal another rift widening dangerously across the continent: the wealth gap.
The Chinese village of Guiyu is one of the biggest e-waste centers of the world.
The Cubanization of Venezuela is expanding at an alarming rate. Violent repression and the plundering of that nation's resources by Cuba's Castro dictatorship is only part of what is in store for Venezuela.
Only four months after a raging fire engulfed the arrivals terminal at Kenya's main airport, Kenya's president on Tuesday broke ground on new construction that officials hope will cement the country as East Africa's transportation leader.
A witness testifying in Kenya in the trial of a former diplomat charged with the murder of the acting Venezuelan ambassador says the embassy's diplomatic bag was used to traffic drugs.
Adriano Chimoyi, managing director of a housing construction company, describes how the expanded polystyrene panels are used to build homes at a construction site in Ruai, a a town on the outskirts of Nairobi.
Kenya's top telecoms operator Safaricom has bought extra capacity on an undersea fibre-optic cable, its CEO said on Wednesday, underscoring its need for more bandwidth as it expands in the fast-growing data segment.