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Private Contractors Protest Ugandan Army’s Takeover Of National Construction Projects 

Citing delays by private contractors, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni ordered the army to take over government projects. The post Private Contractors Protest Ugandan Army’s Takeover Of National Construction Projects  appeared first on Zenger News.

Dirty Laundry, Family Illness Inspires Kenyan To Develop A Gig App

Kenya's gig economy stood at $19.7 billion in 2019, employing 5.13 million workers. The post Dirty Laundry, Family Illness Inspires Kenyan To Develop A Gig App appeared first on Zenger News.

Ass Your Lot: Officials Shut Down Donkey Slaughterhouses

Kenyan farmers were furious that donkeys were being stolen and sold to abattoirs who sold animal meat and skins to China. The post Ass Your Lot: Officials Shut Down Donkey Slaughterhouses appeared first on Zenger News.

‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation

Youths chased away three trucks full of rice donations from Lands and Natural Resources Minister Samuel Abu Jinapor. The post ‘We Need Jobs, Not Rice’: Angry Ghanaian Youth Reject Minister’s Food Donation appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenya Cements Its Place As East Africa’s Business Hub

More business people from across the region flock to the country as it loosens immigration and work permit policies. The post Kenya Cements Its Place As East Africa’s Business Hub appeared first on Zenger News.

Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government

Youth decry tough conditions to access loans through a government fund. The post Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government appeared first on Zenger News.

New Technologies Offer Hope For Cheaper Money Transfer In Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is the most expensive region in the world to send money to.  The post New Technologies Offer Hope For Cheaper Money Transfer In Sub-Saharan Africa appeared first on Zenger News.
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