Uganda

11 Dec 2021

Tensions high as fighting heats up in east DRC

Tensions high as fighting heats up in east DRC   Tensions are running high in the eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as more groups join […]
5 Nov 2021

What African agribusiness can learn from Brazil

What African agribusiness can learn from Brazil Over the past year, we’ve seen the strength of various economic sectors across the globe being tested by the pandemic. Through this, the […]
15 Jul 2021

Why ESG underpins Africa’s agricultural prospects

15 July 2021 – The agricultural sector in Africa remains significantly under-invested, but more support from international lenders and investors will come with stringent environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements. […]
29 May 2021

The Curse of Goma

By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica 28 May 2021 – Goma, in the North Kivu province of the DRC, has been at the receiving end of wave upon […]
18 Apr 2021

Where to invest in Africa?

By Leon Louw founder of WhyAfrica 18 April 2021 – Africa has a young population, there is a severe lack of infrastructure, and the continent hosts some of the best […]
27 Mar 2021

Ugandan elephants migrate to DRC.

By Ronald Musoke – this article was published by the Independent and somervillesustainableconservation   23 March 2021 – Ugandan elephants are migrating to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). […]
18 Feb 2021

The fisherwomen of Uganda

18 February 2021 – There is a fish farmer in Wakawaka in Uganda. Her name is Everline Auma.  Every day at 7:30am she signs in at work before launching a […]
14 Jan 2021

Uganda’s social media restrictions not unique in Africa

14 January 2021 – Uganda’s recent social media restrictions during elections is not unique in Africa. It is the 15th African country to do so during elections.    Uganda’s recent […]
4 Jan 2021

East Africa emerging as oil and gas hotspot

By Gerald Byarugaba  04 January 2020 – Even if the global tide is turning in favour of renewable energy, oil and gas will continue playing a prominent role in the […]
22 Jul 2020
Bypass in Kampala

Work on Kampala’s Bypass on track

Although the impact of Covid-19 has been felt across African countries, civil works are starting to gain traction. In Uganda, work on the Kampala Northern Bypass is on track again. […]
4 Jan 2020

East Africa emerging as oil and gas hotspot

04 January 2020 – Even if the global tide is turning in favour of renewable energy, oil and gas will continue playing a prominent role in the energy mix. East […]