Tuesday, 28th March 2023


Hundreds storm ex-President Kenyatta's farm

A huge number of unknown persons on Monday stormed the family farm of Kenya's former president Uhuru Kenyatta.

The group has cut down trees using power saws, stolen livestock and set the farm on fire. The motive is still unknown, the BBC reported.

However, earlier last week, sources said that Kenyan Kwanza leaders intended to organize locals to…

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DRC: 14 tribesmen killed by militia in west

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has killed 14 people, including two traditional chiefs, since Friday by alleged militiamen from a rival tribe, an administrative official said on Monday.

The chief of the village of Kimpasi, in the Kisia-Ngasi grouping, was killed in his residence by assailants from Kwamouth," Amedeo Bangambuma, administrator…

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Botswana 2024 polls: 'I have to fix the mistake I made in appointing Masisi' - Khama

Botswana’s former president could be a candidate to watch out for in the nation's upcoming general elections. Ian Khama who is exiled stands for presidency of his party next month.

He claims his successor has become a threat to democracy. In South Africa since 2021, Khama says he possesses intelligence information on plans to arrest and poison him…

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Kenya Airways posts record $290M loss despite revenue growth in 2022

Kenya Airways remained loss-making in 2022 with a net loss more than doubling to hit a record Ksh38.26 billion ($290.62 million).

It grew 1.4 times from Ksh15.87 billion ($120.55 million) posted in 2021 and took the national carrier’s accumulated loss to Ksh172.68 billion ($1.3 billion).

The results were announced during a virtual investor…

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US Vice President Harris promises greater investment for Africa

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris said on Sunday that the United States will increase investment in Africa and help spur economic growth as she began a week long tour of the continent aimed at offering a counter to the influence of rival China.

China has invested heavily in Africa in recent decades, including in infrastructure and resource…

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