Low-cost carrier Fastjet to fly for one more week
The airline, which began operations on the continent 16 years ago with the aim of becoming Africa’s leading low-cost carrier, said it faces closure because of delays in the completion of a Solenta Aviation Holdings Ltd subscription letter.
Togo tense ahead of poll
Faced with rising tensions, all religious groups in Togo have called for the polls to be postponed but the ruling party will not budge: the legislative elections will take place with President Gnassingbe's Union for the Republic (UNIR) expected to...
Kenya’s growing debt pain to be felt from 2019
National Treasury Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge said the government has rolled out plans of going to the international markets to source for cheap funds that will help settle two loans set to mature in 2019.
Sex-for-marks don jailed
A Nigerian court sentenced a university lecturer to jail after he demanded sex from a female student to boost her marks in a landmark ruling designed to address "rampant" sexual harassment on campuses.
NSE's share-ownership cap removal fails to attract investors
The EastAfrican has learnt that foreign investment on the Kenyan bourse has remained low even after the government lifted the 75 per cent ownership cap in July 2015, with listed firms grappling with poor financial performance and reduced earnings ...