The Economic Report for Africa 2017, launched this week in Dakar Senegal by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, urges African policy makers to rethink urbanization in the continent.
The African Utility Week Expo, which is scheduled to open in Cape Town, South Africa in the coming May, is set to feature innovations in energy and water sectors, the organizers said.
The African Union Peace and Security Council during its 671st meeting express its deep concern over the increase in violence and the spread of insecurity in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is set to provide $450 million to the African Import – Export Bank (Afreximbank). The money will go to trade facilitation and financing in Africa.
Uganda and Kenya secured a total of $253 million from the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) for a major road construction.
The youngest country in Africa, South Sudan, becomes participating country of the continental financial block – the African Export-Import Bank – also known as Afreximbank.
Ethiopia gets its first national public health training center built by the finance from the United States government.
Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania today witnessed ground-breaking ceremony for construction of the 80 MW Regional Rusumo Falls Hydro-electric Project.
The partnership between the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is said has resulted in the improvement of the state of nutrition of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Ethiopian Airlines and South African Airways are set to launch their partnership as of Summer 2017.
At a meeting in Dakar, Senegal, Africa’s health experts on Saturday discuss health financing and social protection.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) launched the second generation of its Country profiles. The launching took place on Saturday in Dakar, Senegal on the sideline of the African Development Week.
Haredo LLC chocolate company announced the completion of its around $5 million investment (110 million birr) brand new factory at the Tatek Special Industrial Zone in West Shewa, Oromia of Ethiopia.
Ethiopia loses over $1.1 billion every year by profit shifting companies, a new report reveals. The new individual countries level global tax loss estimates released today by the Tax Justice Network, shows that Ethiopia loses $1.1084 billion per year, which…
Marriott International, Inc. is set to launch a new hotel brand – Aloft- in the capital city of Mauritius – Port Louis. The global hospitality chain signed agreement today to open its first Aloft Mauritius Port Louis in early 2019.
The Ministerial segment of the African Union’s first Specialized Technical Committee (STC) on Transport, Intercontinental and Interregional Infrastructures, Energy and Tourism brought together over 40 Ministers from the concerned sectors in Lomé, Togo.