MEMO TO OUR MISLEADERS: TANZANIA’S PUBLIC DEBT WILL SOON BEGIN TO BITE

By Dr Bravious Kahyoza IT is Abba Eban (1915-2002), an Israel diplomat and politician, who said, “men and nations...

Kenya and South Africa to Merge Airlines in Bid to Promote Inter-Continental Trade

President Uhuru Kenya in his New Year’s eve address to the nation indicated that Kenya and South Africa’s national...

No Vaccine, No Access: Kenya’s Vaccination Mandate

Kenya is partially imposing a vaccine mandate. Members of the public who cannot show proof of vaccination are being...

REGIONAL OUTLOOK: What 2022 Holds In Store for East Africa

It is yet another dawn of a new year and the world is bustling with hope and optimism despite...

How Technology Can Help In Meaningfully Involving the Deaf in Civic and Governance Processes

The deaf are usually left out of meaningful involvement in governance and civic processes due to communication barriers.  In...

TANGANYIKA AT 60: A Technical Advice on Industrialization

By Dr Bravious Kahyoza MUCH of government policy in Tanzania is targeting recovery. We shouldn’t forget, however, that even...

Four years after Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s “blocked” transition

The 17th  of November 2017 is significant in Zimbabwe’s political calendar as it marked the end of President Robert...

Kenya-Somalia politics and the refugees in Dadaab

By Linda Apollo Somali refugees in Kenya should not be held hostage by political disagreements between Mogadishu and Nairobi...

Time for the US to rethink the sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe?

By Paidamoyo Muzulu Zimbabwe will reach two decades under United States economic sanctions in December this year. The sanctions...

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Kenya and South Africa to Merge Airlines in Bid to Promote Inter-Continental Trade

President Uhuru Kenya in his New Year’s eve address to the nation indicated that Kenya and South Africa’s national carriers will soon merge to create a Pan-African airline. While the details of the said merger are still sketchy, I spoke to Power FM’s Breakfast show host Pabi Moloi giving...

No Vaccine, No Access: Kenya’s Vaccination Mandate

Kenya is partially imposing a vaccine mandate. Members of the public who cannot show proof of vaccination are being denied access to malls and services in government offices based on a recent government directive. I recently spoke to Thoriso of Johannesburg’s Power 98.7 FM unpacking the development in East...

How Technology Can Help In Meaningfully Involving the Deaf in Civic and Governance Processes

The deaf are usually left out of meaningful involvement in governance and civic processes due to communication barriers.  In Kenya, a subscription-based app has been invented by young tech-enthusiasts to improve communication with the deaf community. This is expected to improve outcomes in health services provision, education, employment opportunities...

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