Uganda Plans To Use Electric Buses In Two Months

Vehicle manufacturing in Africa has witnessed growth with the emergence of many African automobile manufacturers rolling out vehicles out of

Kenya’s Equity Group Holdings Penetrates Deeper Into The African Market: Plans To Acquire DRC’s 2nd Largest Bank

After establishing its presence in Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Rwanda, Equity Group Holdings now plans to venture into the Democratic

East Africa Is The Fastest Growing Region In Africa – EY Report

East Africa experienced the highest growth in Africa in 2018 at a time when the continent recorded uneven growth of

Ease Of Doing Business Within East Africa Boosted By This Multi-Million Investment

World Bank Ease of Doing Business report (2018) ranked EAC at 149 out of 190 in the ease of trading


Corporate Deals In East Africa Rises To Sh113 Bn In Six Months

Corporate deals within East Africa have risen to 49 with the disclosed value estimated at Ksh 113.6 billion (USD 1.1

KCB Loses 240 Employees in 6 Months, CEO Warns Of Lesser Jobs In The Sector

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Group recorded a loss of approximately 240 employees in six months in what the CEO has

Three East African Countries Are Teaming Up To Help Improve Each Other’s Electricity Access – And There’s USD 400 Mn Involved

Yesterday, three African countries signed a power project aimed at boosting the production of electricity in individual nations. Burundi, Democratic

Central/East African Fund Manager XMSL Makes Follow-On Investment In DRC’s SOS Médecins de Nuit

Central and East Africa-focused fund manager XSML, via its African Rivers Fund, has made an unspecified amount of follow-on investment

Humanoid Robots Are Taking Over Congolese Roads And Look Who’s Behind This “Machine Invasion”

Kinshasa is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and one of the largest cities in Africa. With a

How A Congolese Child Refugee Became A Teen Entrepreneur That Has Empowered Hundreds Of Women

Antoinette Furaha was just six-years-old when she was forced to flee her home country with her surviving family in 1997.