Monthly Archives: November, 2022

Big Story: President Felix Tshisekedi to Face Criminal Prosecution Over Massacre, Crimes Against Humanity in Congo, As Businessman Kibwe Katanga Petitions ICC

Renowned Congolese Businessman Kibwe Katanga Ngoie Ntombe, who is also a musical artist and Politician, has petitioned the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Hague, praying to the court to prosecute Felix Tshisekedi, the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, over alleged massacres and violation of human rights in Katanga province. Ntombe’s petition, comes at…

Relief For ‘Hustling Students’ As Sudan’s International University Of Africa Extends Science Scholarships To Uganda 

The Ambassador of Uganda to Sudan has been offered scholarships with a focus on science and technology by the International University of Africa, Sudan to help promote critical areas of economic growth and development in Uganda. This follows a visit by His Excellency Dr. Rashid Yahya Ssemuddu, Uganda’s Ambassador to Khartoum on Thursday November 24,…

ERA Boss Eng. Waako On Why Industrial Consumers Pay Lower Power Tariffs Than Other Consumers

Although the Electricity Regulation Authority (ERA) acknowledges all power consumers, the demand for electricity by manufacturers remains 70%, that of other categories of consumers stands at 30%, yet the disparity in the tariffs remains a contentious issue, especially among consumers. Under Sections 10 and 75 of the Electricity Act 1999 as Amended, ERA approves the…

Kenya Airways Sees Pan Africanism As Solution To Aviation Challenges

Kenya Airways is advocating for a more Pan African approach to the business which requires more partnerships and collaboration among African airlines because the national carriers stand to benefit more from cooperation rather than competition. Julius Thairu, the airline’s Chief Commercial and Customer Officer said in a media release shared with The Independent on Nov.22,…

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