06 January 2009

Good News in Kenya, Bad in Zimbabwe

--Kenya and Uganda have agreed to build a railway through the rift valley.

--South African leader Jacob Zuma has announced that he will marry a third wife.

--Angola has decided to shut its borders with DR Congo to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus.

--Kenya's estimated GDP growth for the year is 3.5-4%, lower than what had been expected.  They have projected a growth rate of 5.4% for next year.

--No good news from Zimbabwe, as Cholera deaths continue to grow at an astounding rate.