By Guyson Nangayi KAMPALA, Uganda — The West remains a promised land for African refugees. Local leaders in Nsambya Ave-maria, a suburb in Uganda’s capital Kampala, woke up
By Robert Kibet NAIROBI, Kenya — A Moroccan phosphate fertilizer producer has become the first African company to carry out an intra-African multimillion-dollar trade transaction using blockchain technology.
By Chrissie Charlotte Hazimthera Mainjeni When the World Health Organization initiated its anti-smoking campaign over a decade ago, tobacco-growing countries became increasingly concerned about the economic challenges they
By Enos Denhere BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe — An agriculture conservation practice initiated for farmers in Zimbabwe is bearing fruit. The program, known in the country as Pfumvudza, trains farmers in the use
By Kelvin Ogome NAIROBI, Kenya — A petition signed by more than 160,000 Kenyans protesting alleged corruption by top government officials did not dissuade the International Monetary Fund from approving a $2.34
By Kevin Michael Briscoe BALTIMORE — To help students avoid crippling college debt, former United Parcel Service executive and Morgan State University alumnus Calvin Tyler is increasing his $5