EAC

National Bank of Rwanda issues five year bond worth 15bn Francs:
EAC Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
KIGALI, Rwanda--The government of Rwanda through the National Bank of Rwanda has successfully issued a five year bond worth 15 billion Rwandan Francs.
By: National Bank of Rwanda
Cargo destined to Uganda to take four days from Dar port:
EAC Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda—The Tanzania Ports Authority (TPA) has said the revival of the central corridor could leverage on efficiency and cost for transporting cargo from Dar es Salaam port to Kampala to four days, thereby reducing the prices at which goods are so
By: Samson okwakol
Uganda calls on Tanzania to buy surplus sugar:
EAC Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--President Yoweri Museveni and his visiting Tanzanian counterpart, President John Joseph Pombe Magufuli have discussed areas of cooperation between their two countries at a meeting held at State House, Entebbe.
By: PPU
EAC states agree to keep fair-share of budgets on infrastructure:
EAC Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--East African Community Partner States will maintain high budgetary allocations geared towards financing infrastructure development within their national borders.
By: EAC Secretariat
Finance Minister reacts to alleged 700bn borrowing for salaries :
EAC Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--Yesterday, Monday 19th February 2018 the New Vision Newspaper front page lead headline stated that Government is borrowing Uganda shillings. 700 Billion to pay salaries for public servants.
By: Matia Kasaija
CSOs ask EAC heads of states to invest more in Health research :
EAC Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--Civil Society Organizations advocating for better health services in East Africa have asked the East African Community heads of states to invest more resources in research and development in the health sector.
By: SAMUEL NABWIISO
Museveni applauds China-Uganda bilateral relations:
EAC Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--President Yoweri Museveni has commended the continued warm and cordial relations that China and Uganda have enjoyed since Uganda attained independence in 1962.
By: Uganda Media Centre
Debt relief still not forthcoming says Sudan finance minister :
EAC Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
KHARTOUM, Sudan--The Executive Directors of the African Development Bank concluded a five-day Consultation Mission to Sudan on Tuesday, 15th February 2017 with a wrap-up meeting at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning.
By: EABW REPORTER
ANALYSIS: How African SMEs in energy sector can raise funds :
EAC Monday, Feb 19, 2018
NAIROBI, Kenya--Debt crowd funding is the most popular form of online capital raising for small businesses in Africa’s clean energy access sector. This is according to a new report, ‘Crowd Power, Success and Failure – The Key to a Winning Campaign’ relea
By: EABW
13 million Congolese in need of emergency assistance:
EAC Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
North Kivu, DRC--Alarm bells ring as violence by hundreds of armed groups worsens in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
By: EABW REPORTER
Museveni to whip technocrats who delay developmental work:
EAC Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018
Nakaseke, Uganda--President Yoweri Museveni has warned government technocrats against delaying developmental projects.
By: PPU/Statehouse
Kenya's HydroIQ wins Startup of the year Africa 2018:
EAC Tuesday, Feb 13, 2018
CASABLANCA, Morocco, Startup.Info has announced the winners of the “Startup of the Year 2018 competition” following an awards ceremony which took place in Casablanca at the end of last month.
By: EABW REPORTER
Turkey-Africa discuss socio-economic development:
EAC Monday, Feb 12, 2018
ISTANBUL, Turkey—African Union member states and the government of Turkey are holding The Second Turkey-Africa Ministerial Review Conference taking place Monday 12 February 2018 in İstanbul.
By: Samson okwakol
Bills critical to establishing EAC Monetary Union tabled :
EAC Friday, Feb 09, 2018
KAMPALA, Uganda--Two key Bills critical to the establishment of the East African Community Monetary Union were yesterday tabled before the East African Legislative Assembly sitting in Kampala Uganda for first reading.
By: Samuel Nabwiiso

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