The East African

This will make Safaricom the first foreign company to launch mobile money services in the country.

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She is known for her deceptively simple novels drawing on personal experience of class and gender.

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She is known for her deceptively simple novels drawing on personal experience of class and gender.

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The four cold and cough syrups "have been potentially linked with acute kidney injuries and 66 deaths", WHO says.

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This is his first tour of the region since taking office.

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Tanzania does not need GM crops as the Hybrid and Open-Pollinated varieties are performing well, minister says.

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Another 58 people were injured when three cars packed with explosives were detonated in Beledweyne.

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They were arrested in October 2018 during a crackdown on YouTubers critical of President Paul Kagame's government.

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AU has invited the Ethiopian government and TPLF for talks over the two-year conflict.

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AU has invited the Ethiopian government and TPLF for talks over the two-year conflict.

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Muhoozi sparked a storm on social media when he tweeted about capturing the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

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Muhoozi sparked a storm on social media when he tweeted about capturing the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

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Fuel hit a new high in May, affected by the Russia-Ukraine war and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Tigrayan authorities last month said they were ready for AU-mediated talks, but fighting has escalated in the weeks since.

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Growth was downgraded amid concerns over increased commodity prices and the effects of an ongoing drought.

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Kenya has been unwilling to tap dollar debts since interest rates paid for Eurobonds doubled to 12 percent.

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Confirmed Ebola cases in Uganda increase to 43 as the death toll rises to nine.

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Remote, rain forest terrain bogs down joint forces’ mechanised units.

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The project, which includes drilling in a national park, has run into strong opposition from activists and environmental groups.

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Muhoozi Kainerugaba has also been dropped as the Commander of Uganda’s Land Forces.

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President Tshisekedi said the army is “heterogeneous” and requires “a purge to separate the wheat from the chaff”.

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Uganda seeks to ensure that all teachers are degree holders by 2030.

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Tokyo was forced to activate Japan's missile alert system and order people to take shelter.

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President William Ruto chaired a Cabinet meeting that lifted the 2012 moratorium that restricted importation or open cultivation of GMO crops.

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