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For music lovers and partygoers, the scene for music is changing and for the first time ever, Park Inn by Radisson, Kigali's a top Hotel Brand has introduced Kigali's first ever EDM night scheduled fo


Zimbabwe: Castle Lite Names Six Winners

Six lucky winners from Gweru, Bulawayo and Harare will have a VIP experience at the Castle Lite Unlocks hip hop music showcase at the Ticket Pro Dome in Johannesburg, South Africa, next week. Rees Kud


Kenya’s Top Amateur Contest Marks Century At Limuru Golf Club

Kenya's top amateur golfers converge on Limuru Country Club from 11am on Thursday for the first round of the four-day, centennial Kenya Amateur Match Play Golf Championship.


Kenya: Tatu City Installs 1mw Solar Power Plant On Dormans Hq Roof Top

Tatu City has installed its first solar power plant, in partnership with Equator Energy, to generate renewable energy for the city.


Uganda Wins Out In Regional Sugar Politics As Partners Give In

Uganda is set to become a dominant sugar exporter within the East African Community, having recently inked new deals to enter the region's two largest markets.


Nigeria: Heineken Makes Dream Come True For Football Fans.

World's most international beer brand, Heineken, has revealed that it will be delighting football fans across Nigeria with unique, premium viewing experiences for the rest of the UEFA Champions League


Kenya Open Receives Sh5.6 Million Boosts From Coca-cola

The Kenya Open Golf Limited (KOGL) has received Sh5.6 million sponsorship from the Coca-Cola System in Kenya, making them the exclusive hydration partner for the Magical Kenya Open Golf Championship s


Uganda: Only Five Team Slots Remaining In Tusker Malt Lager Golf Series

Two home pairings comprising of Samson Agamire and Johnson Dairo, Richard Lutwama and Robert Busingye alongside one from Uganda Golf Club (UGC) of Wahab Atibu and William Mutyaba earned tickets to the


Africa: Value Addition In Africa Is Futile Unless Coupled With Increased Intra-africa Trade

Opinion - Studies show that a substantial share of Africa's regional trade, some 30 to 40 per cent, is informal.


Kenya: Cane Farmers Reject Plan To Merge Three Ailing Factories

Cane farmers from Nyando sugar-belt have vowed to scuttle proposals to merge three public millers in the region, saying the initiative could worsen their plight.

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