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Rwanda becomes Arsenal’s first sleeve sponsor in 3 year partnership

<strong>Rwanda has been unveiled as Arsenal’s first sleeve sponsor for the first post Arsene Wenger season.</strong> English football club side, Arsenal announced the partnership with Rwanda Development Board as they unveiled the new kit for...

Congo, U.N. deploy specialists to tackle Ebola epidemic

KINSHASA (Reuters) - The Democratic Republic of Congo and U.N. agencies said on Sunday they began deploying emergency teams of specialists over the weekend to try to prevent the spread of an Ebola epidemic suspected...

AfDB trains 733 Nigerians on agro technology

By Edith Ike-Eboh The African Development Bank (AfDB)  says it trained no fewer than 733 people in Nigeria on increased use of technology in agriculture in the country. The bank revealed this in its 2017 Annual...

650m Africans live without electricity – AfDB

By Edith Ike-Eboh The African Development Bank, (AfDB) on Wednesday says that no fewer than 650 million Africans currently live without electricity. Dr Victor Oladokun,  AfDB Director, Communication and Media Relations disclosed this while welcoming African...

Zimbabwe to charge marijuana growers $50,000

A journalist in Zimbabwe has tweeted that Zimbabwe’s government will charge as much as $50,000 (£36,000) for licences to grow cannabis. The government announced this weekend that that individuals and businesses would be able to...

Tanzania gives bloggers 2 weeks to register, pay hefty $900 fee

Daniel Mumbere Bloggers in Tanzania have two weeks to register their platforms, including payment of the hefty $900 licence fee under the new Online Content Regulations 2018. The regulations that were passed in March have raised...

Kenya energy minister orders electricity tariffs review to curb inflated power bills

Kenya’s energy minister ordered the energy regulatory commission to review electricity tariffs after consumer complaints that monthly bills from Kenya Power had jumped in the second half of last year. The commission, which is the...
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