Uganda’s capital Kampala is experiencing a Cholera outbreak which has left eight people admitted to an isolation center, a ministry of health official said here on Tuesday.
Inside the power house at Isimba Hydropower Plant in the central Ugandan district of Kayunga, engineers subject the first unit of the plant to tests before the official commissioning slated for lat
Tanzanian government on Sunday announced to conduct a six-month operation to remove invaders from the forests and reserved areas across the east African nation.
Kenya is drafting a policy to track achievement of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), officials said on Tuesday.
Kenyan farmers are gearing up for the commercialization of biotech crops in order to boost yields, officials said on Monday.
Kenya lost 396 elephants in 2018 due to diverse causes, compared to 727 that died last year, the wildlife agency said on Thursday.
The Zimbabwean government has warned that the 2018-19 agricultural season will be a tough one with farmers having so far failed to adequately make land preparations and to plant crops because of er
Kenya targets to reduce new HIV infections among adults by 75 percent and cut mother-to-child transmission to 5 percent by next year, the National Aids Control Council (NACC) said in a report relea
The African Development Bank (AfDB) said Wednesday it has approved two loans worth 27.5 billion shillings (about 268 million U.S.
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