Immune Therapeutics, Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company has entered into an agreement with Kenya-based Omaera Pharmaceuticals for the sale and distribution of Lodonal™, valued at a minimum of $31 million in revenues over three years.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through the U.S. government’s Feed the Future Initiative, has launched the National Seed Trade Association of Ghana (NASTAG).
eBay Inc.,a global commerce leader, and Mall for Africa, Africa’s global e-commerce and m-commerce platform, have announced a strategic partnership that further boosts the sale of handmade African products into the United States.
Delta Air Lines is offering customers a new way to reach Lagos, Nigeria, beginning March 24, 2018, via new service from the airline's New York-JFK hub.
As one of the fastest growing international burger franchises, Burgerim is already in 16 countries and are now adding locations in Egypt and the UAE.
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency has signed a grant with Saigrene Energy Kenya Limited supporting the development of run-of-river hydroelectric plants at five sites in Kenya.
Excellent Guides Tanzania, Ltd., the only East African safari tour company that is fully owned and operated by local Tanzanian guides, has opened its doors to the U.S. Travel Market.
A new vista has been added to the ongoing search for commercial hydrocarbon in the inland sedimentary basins by the Research and Development Division of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation in collaboration with US based Halliburton.
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Digital Financial Services Lab (DFS Lab) has announced that it would invest $250,000 in four separate fintech startups that are building products that help low-income consumers in developing markets.
Kenya Airways has moved a step closer to operating direct flights to the United States after the Department of Transportation (DOT) granted it the first set of licences.
Aotea Global Services that has predominantly been in East Africa has announced it is expanding its operations into the US. The company provides clients with a unique value proposition: High quality, low-priced IT resources who work only for them and become an offshore extension of their in-house staff.
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