A recent report by Baker and McKenzie highlights the potential importance of The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for African
A lot has been made recently of intra-Africa trade. Only 12% of what is produced in Africa, is exported to the
Disrupt Africa reports that online delivery service Jalo, has launched in Nigeria’s capital Abuja. The startup is offering an on-demand
The MAPI Foundations, the research affiliate of Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, notes that supply chain pressures are increasingly
Olam International, a leading agri-business operating 70 countries, is encouraging Gabonese youth to take to the fields and farming, in
UN food agencies estimate, the number of people affected by El Niño/La Niña could reach 100 million globally, and 40 million
Nairobi’s gridlock traffic has some companies looking at the skies. The Kenyan e-courier startup Sendy, is piloting last-mile drone deliveries
The Passenger Rail Agency of SA (PRASA) has identified contracts worth R1.5bn ($103.4 million) that it says were awarded improperly.
$700 million – Zimbabwe imports $700 million worth of goods from South Africa, the country’s largest importer. Zimbabwe is trying
Mauritius (49th) once again leads Africa, in the latest World Economic Forum’s (WEF) global information and communication technology (ICT) rankings.
The Wall Street Journal reports that world ports operate as normal, after the implementation of Friday’s new container weighing rule.