Chipper Cash, a financial services company serving over five million customers across Africa and the US, announced a strategic partnership with Visa to drive growth and financial inclusion across the African continent.
The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Wilson Mbasu Mbadi, said that the readiness of the military forces through training for all forms of Peace Support Operations is vital if Africa is to confidently boast of being in charge of its security architecture.
The African Development Bank is partnering with the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development to launch a capacity development project to enhance trade in East Africa.
President Yoweri Museveni confirmed his attendance at this year’s C-10 summit which will be held in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. The summit will take place on November 23.
District administrators in Bulo Marer led by the Deputy District Commissioner Muhidin Kharif Alio have teamed up with the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces serving under the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia to set up a joint disaster management committee in an effort to mitigate the likel
All eyes are in Cairo, Egypt where the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has converged to decide on the East Africa Pamoja bid, to host the 2027 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).
The Chief of Staff Land Force Maj. Gen. Jack Bakasumba said that because of the clear political leadership in Uganda “We have been able to build a strong Army because of the clear ideological concept we have. A soldier who is not ideologically upright is like a mercenary.”
The African Development Bank and Google today formalized cooperation aimed at advancing digital transformation in Africa. The parties signed a Letter of Intent during the Global Africa Business Initiative at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
The African Development Bank and the Government of Korea on Wednesday signed two agreements for financial support to boost Africa’s development agenda. The value of the financing is $28.6 million.
Boeing projects that intra-African passenger traffic will more than quadruple in the next twenty years, placing the continent’s growth among the highest globally. To support this, 1,025 new airplanes will be needed over the next two decades.