Hapag-Lloyd is expanding its African liner services and will offer its MIAX (Middle East-India-Africa Express) service starting in October 2019.
The Executive Council of the African Union adopted the Statute, Rules of Procedure and Structure of African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD).
Angola Cables, an Angolan multinational telecommunications company has launched Angola Cables Cloud Service to the African market.
Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS) has announced the launch of its pioneering Skill Africa Program, in association with the Smart Africa Alliance.
Trade, Industry and Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says government will over the next five years invest R40 billion to create an additional 400 black industrialists.
South African insurer, Stangen, has contracted SilverBridge to assist it in migrating the Exergy policy administration platform to the Microsoft Azure cloud environment following the recent arrival of the multinational data centres in the country.
The United Nations Development Programme has partnered with the Tony Elumelu Foundation to train, mentor and financially support 100,000 young entrepreneurs in Africa over 10 years.
Access Bank, in partnership with She Leads Africa, has concluded the first phase of #SheMeansBusiness, a Facebook programme aimed at empowering female SMEs on how to leverage digital platforms to drive growth in their businesses.
South African cryptocurrency traders are now able to buy Ethereum using Rands directly on the Luno exchange at launch fees of between 0% and 0.2%.
Business coach and trainer, TriciaBiz has launched an online business school, Business Lab Africa with the aim of helping entrepreneurs in Africa succeed in business.
Peter Macharia Kamau is a seasoned banker with over 30 years experience in the Banking Industry. Peter founded Jijenge Credit, a lending institution operating since 2014 within East Africa.
The increased attention on SME growth both at a national and global scale, points to a reckoning that the future of business hinges on their success.
Population growth may have slowed in many regions of the world, but in Africa it is exploding.
The mobile industry is forecast to contribute $150 billion to GDP in Sub-Saharan Africa in 2022, and through mobile, nearly 300 million more people are expected to access the internet by 2025.
In the face of barriers and protectionism, the multilateral trade rulebook needs to be revised to ensure that it can deliver its full development potential
In its May report, the International Monetary Fund, IMF, hailed the African Continental Free Trade Area, AfCFTA, as an economic game changer akin to those that have previously bolstered growth in North America and Europe
We regularly ask key players for their opinion on current developments in African business and politics. This time the question is about the African Continental Free Trade Agreement
At the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, the visual imagery of almost empty stadiums is a powerful narrative. But not the kind that African sports, African football, or corporate sponsors deserve.
There was a time during the tumultuous 60s and 70s that the younger generation was admonished to “never trust anyone over thirty.
Benjamin Manirafasha is the founder of Iris Hub, an incubation and innovation center that is using technology to address youth unemployment in Rwanda.