Thursday, June 20, 2019
Kenya is set to start construction of cancer centers from July in a project that is set to reduce over reliance on Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH). This is according to the Ministry of  Health. The facilities which are aimed at at...
Kenya’s economy grew at the fastest pace since 2016 in the first quarter as the country reaps the benefits of a calmer political climate and resurging agricultural output. Gross domestic product in East Africa’s largest economy expanded 5.7 percent in...
2017 was a moderately busy year for M&A activity in the Sub-Saharan Africa region (SSA), with deal data pointing to a slowdown in M&A, both in terms of the number and monetary value of deals. Recent data shows that the...
Ethiopia has announced plans to commission the Genale Dawa III hydro project and an electricity transmission line connecting Ethiopia to Kenya in the second half of 2019. Frehiwot Woldehana, Deputy Minister at Ethiopia ministry of water, irrigation revealed the reports...
Tanzania led by the Livestock and Fisheries minister Mr. Luhaga Mpina, laid a foundation stone for the construction of a US $5.5m meat processing plant dubbed Tan choice, on its Coastal region of Soga. Upon completion the factory is expected...
Considering the strong growth in mobile subscription and mobile broadband across West African countries, Nigeria inclusive, a new GSMA study, which was released at the recently concluded Mobile 360 African Forum in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, has predicted that the mobile industry in...
The government of Kenya has announced plans to commission the Kariokor Common Leather facility in July this year. Confirming the reports, Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko said he will unveil the market in July to pave way for the...
Aliko Dangote has made a fortune out of cement and food processing. Now, Africa’s richest person is embarking on a bigger challenge: a $15 billion investment in oil, gas and petrochemicals that could, if he pulls it off, transform Nigeria’s...
Construction works on the Walvis Bay Port new container terminal in Namibia, set to place the country as a regional hub and gateway to international markets has kicked off. This is according to African Development Bank Group. According to the report from...
Considering the strong growth in mobile subscription and mobile broadband across West African countries, Nigeria inclusive, a new GSMA study, which was released at the recently concluded Mobile 360 African Forum in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, has predicted that the mobile industry in...
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