- Developing the next generation of Rwandan techpreneurs
- Raysut Cement of Oman Eyes Acquiring ARM Cement in Kenya
- M-KOPA Appoints New Board Chairman to Replace Kibati
- Africa Economic Conference 2018 focusses on Africa Visa Openness and integration
- Government, private sector to converge at the Africa 2018 forum to foster regional integration through investments and cross border collaboration
- Kenya Receives new USD300 Million Loans From AfDB to Complete Thwake dam
- Harnessing potential of the blue economy
- Sahara Group calls for collaboration at Oil & Power Conference
- HassConsult To Develop an ‘Experience Themed’ Township
- Liquid Telecom reveals its sustainability gains
Clarisse Irigabize, 30, has been on a mission over the last eight years to improve lives through technology in her native Rwanda. The founder and CEO of DMM.HeHe Limited –a mobile…
The annual Africa Economic Conference is the continent’s leading forum fostering dialogue and knowledge exchange in the search for solutions to the development challenges of Africa
Government, private sector to converge at the Africa 2018 forum to foster regional integration through investments and cross border…
The organizers of the Africa 2018 Forum have announced that nine heads of state have confirmed their participation as well as some of Africa's leading industrialists. They had over 4,000 requests for registration with nearly 2,000 expected delegates.
By Ben Oduor More than 70 percent of the globe is covered in water. And despite the aquatic world being centre of economic activity, enabling millions of households to make their livelihoods from activities such as fishing, shipping and tourism, harnessing the potential of oceanic resources has been a major challenge. Plastic pollution, overfishing and maritime threats deals a heavy blow to the rich economic opportunities at the coast. Sources estimate that over five trillion items of plastics currently litter the…
The energy giant is expected to highlight the need for collaboration among all stakeholders within and outside Africa as South Sudan; the world’s youngest democracy continues its march towards economic growth and development.
Developer launches Five Senses public gardens at heart of Nairobi lifestyle oasis Enaki
International solar company, Solarcentury East Africa, will install a ground-mounted 500kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Kenya’s Moi International Airport, Mombasa that will generate 820,000 kWh per year and offset 1,300 tonnes of CO₂ annually. The system will be interconnected to the airport terminal grid and will prioritise consumption of the solar power over the grid. Solarcentury will also install airport gate electrification equipment consisting of a mobile electric-powered pre-conditioned air (PCA) unit and an…
Equitel processed 87.9 million mobile commerce transactions between April 2018 and June 2018, up from 77.6 million transactions in the preceding quarter, representing a 13 per cent increase. At the same time the value of mobile commerce transactions increased to Ksh328.2 billion, a 13 per cent increase from Ksh290.3 billion that was processed over the same period.
Total Kenya Plc launched the second edition of Startupper of the Year Challenge that seeks to promote creative ideas and entrepreneurship among young citizens.
Truck and bus manufacturer Isuzu East Africa on Monday launched the first Isuzu Service Center in Africa at its assembly plant in Nairobi's Industrial Area, as it marked off the international customer service week.