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Chinese phone maker Vivo launches smartphone in Kenya

Chinese phone maker Vivo on Tuesday announced the launch of its latest Y-series model, the Vivo Y33s, in the Kenya market. James Irungu, the brand...

Libya receives 1st group of European tourists in decade

A group of more than 100 European tourists on Tuesday visited Libya for the first time since the 2011 uprising that toppled the former...

Sudan’s inflation rate drops for second month in row

The inflation rate in Sudan continued to drop for the second month in a row, registering 365.82 percent in September compared with 387.56 percent...

Angola calls for more foreign investment in oil sector

Angolan President Joao Lourenco on Wednesday appealed for more investment in free areas and new zones for sedimentary basin exploitation. The Angolan head of state...

Tanzania’s national airline introduces 4 regional destinations

Tanzania's national airline, Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL), announced on Wednesday four new regional routes effective from November. Josephat Kagirwa, ATCL's communications officer, told a...

Angola’s mobile operator Unitel invests $25 million in 5G services

Angola's largest mobile operator Unitel has so far invested 25 million U.S. dollars in technology innovation and digital upgrades to prepare for the launch...

South African Airways staff launch strike three weeks after flights resume

Union members picketed South Africa's recently resuscitated national airline on Tuesday, complaining about working conditions less than three weeks after the carrier resumed flights following...

Dubai’s DP World, Britain’s CDC to invest up to $1.7 billion...

Dubai ports giant DP World and Britain's development finance agency CDC Group on Tuesday said they planned to jointly invest up to 1.72 billion...

Algeria committed to remaining reliable gas supplier to Europe

Algerian Minister of Energy and Mines Mohamed Arkab affirmed on Monday that his country will remain "the faithful and guaranteed" gas supplier to Europe. The...

EAC states lose 92% tourism earnings due to COVID-19 pandemic

Six member states of the East African Community (EAC), a regional bloc, lost 92 percent revenues in the tourism sector due to the COVID-19...
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