Tanzania’s Magufuli picks another good fight – this time to cut traffic jams in Dar es Salaam by 80%>Agencies and Mail & Guardian Africa
The notorious traffic jams could cost the city’s economy more than $548 million over the next three years
Magufuli strikes again - cancels celebrations marking Tanzania's key Union Day to 'save money for road project'>Agencies and Mail & Guardian Africa
He canned Independence Day and ordered the $2m set aside for the festivities be used to construct a 4.3 km road section in Dar es Salaam.
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President Omar al-Bashir sealed crossings the same year the South declared independence, but declining revenues are again bringing them close.
Prominent economist at Africa’s largest lender also caught up in row that has sucked in politicians and unions
By 2014 US troops were carrying out almost two operations, exercises, or activities somewhere in Africa every day.
Uganda's Museveni eyes easy win as rivals' coalition collapses; in Tanzania odds against opposition front>Agencies and Mail & Guardian Africa
Coalitions in Africa are generally hit and miss, but in East Africa drama is never too far away, as happenings this week have showed.
The African Union has a different position, of not cooperating on ICC, and Uganda will respect that - Foreign ministry.
Burundi protests enter 9th day; why Rwanda is losing sleep and fears of a Great Lakes eruption are growing>Agencies and Mail & Guardian Africa
At least 9 people have been killed and 177 wounded since unrest began.