As cross border commerce intensifies in Kenya, financial institutions are angling themselves to benefit from the boom. One such institution, Equity Bank has reduced the number of days that customers can withdraw funds from their Paypal accounts from eight to three.
Rwanda is counting on the upcoming third annual energy summit to sell the country to world investors.
Telecommunication giant, Ericsson has unveiled a modern software and hardware products to assist mobile operators in Tanzania boost digital inclusion in the country.
Ingenu Inc.™, the pioneer in delivering connectivity exclusively to machines, and Vula Telematix, a leading provider of network solutions for South Africa’s telecommunications and energy markets, today announced the availability of the Machine Network™ in the Western Cape region of South Africa.
The minimum capital requirement for commercial banks in the country could be increased to Gh¢500 million from next year.
Africa Business Communities interviews the Cyrus Mulinge, the CEO of Trots Technologies, a Kenya based mobile commerce platform that allows seamless and uninterrupted interaction between businesses and their audiences.
“East Africa is expected to deliver the strongest real GDP growth in Sub-Saharan Africa over the next decade, according to BMI Research,” says Wayne Troughton, CEO of specialist global hospitality and tourism consultancy, HTI Consulting.
Consumers are faced with an ever growing risk of falling victim to identity theft and cybercrime. Can banks step in as a digital custodian?
As a proud Kenyan and champion of business opportunities in Africa, the optimistic chat on Twitter from last week’s US Africa Business Forum in New York popped up on my radar.
I recently joined the highly capital intensive and somewhat prestigious industry of importation. I must advise anyone even remotely interested in taking that leap of faith to carry out in depth research into the kind of market they are entering and explore every point in their value chain.