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Burundi and Tanzania Recieve Over $300M for Road Projects

The governments of Burundi and Tanzania have received US $322.35 million in loans and grants from the African Development Bank Group, to pay for the 45 kilometer Rumonge-Gitaza and 260 kilometer Kabingo-Kasulu-Mayovu road upgrading project.

PwC Analyzes South Africa's Lackluster Mining Industry Performance

According to a new report from PwC, South African mining companies had a tough economic ride last year, despite the global mining industry in general having improved well over the past year. Unfortunately the mix of precious metals in South Africa's mining "market basket" was a major drag on the industry's performance for the year.

Speaking Online Draws Repression in East Africa

Whistleblowing is risky enough almost anywhere, but now that Tanzania implemented its online content communication starting in June, even some of the boldest are pulling back to protect themselves.

Energy Deal to Lower Tanzania Cement Prices

Dangote Industries Tanzania, part of Nigeria's Dangote Corporation, has inked a new deal with Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation to fuel Dangote's Mtwara cement plant using lower cost natural gas as opposed to the the current use of far more expensive diesel.

Conflicts No Longer Always End Up In War in Modern Africa

When countries in Africa clashed in the past, there was little in the way of alternative to war and inter-tribal battles. Softer approaches to conflict resolution are now replacing that, starting with the border regions in Eastern Africa.

Air Tanzania Picks StandardAero to support Bombardier Q400 fleet

Air Tanzania, the flag carrier airline of Tanzania , has selected StandardAero, a maintenance and overhaul provider based in Scottsdale, to provide maintenance and engineering services for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150A engines, powering the flag carrier’s fleet of three Q400 regional turboprops.

Africa's Hotel Sector to See Steady Growth Over Next Five Years

According to a new report by PwC regarding Africa's hotel sector, the increase in both foreign and domestic travelers on the continent over the next five years, plus the increase in the number of hotel chains there, should continue to support strong growth in the hotel sector for the next five years.

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