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- Ethiopian Airlines enters into an interline agreement with South Africa’s Airlink
- Morocco launches new national investment and export brand: Morocco Now
- GE invests $2.5m to launch Next Engineers in Johannesburg, South Africa
- Morocco becomes Africa’s new automotive manufacturing hub
- South African carrier Airlink partners with Discovery Vitality to offer customers 75% discount on local and regional flights
- Artisans in tree planting drive to mitigate changes in climate
- La CPI conclut l'audience de confirmation des charges dans l’affaire Said
- National Aviation Services acquires majority stake in Kenya’s Siginon Aviation Ltd
- Andersen Global expands into Botswana
- Zoomcar launches operations in Egypt
[Column] Judy Njino: Anchoring business priorities on sustainability
As the world struggles with the reality of climate change and calls for businesses to operate as responsible corporate citizens in everything that they do, ESG reporting has become a key pillar of resilient and responsible markets ...read full column here
[Column] Dumisani Moyo: Winning hearts, minds and market share: Four key focus areas for African retailers
[Column] Mark Dankworth: Africa leads the way in mobile money, will change banking as we know it
Mobile transacting is fast becoming the golden egg of financial services – and nowhere more so than in Africa ...read full column here
[Interview] Antonio Loureiro, Founder, A Cozinha, Portugal
António Loureiro together with his wife, Isabel, started the restaurant A Cozinha in Portugal in 2016. Fiercely committed to sustainability and zero waste, A Cozinha was recognized in 2021 by the United Nations as one of the … read full interview here.
[Interview] Mario De Alwis, Founder, North Lanka Family Foods, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan entrepreneur, Mario De Alwis, is founder and Managing Director of North Lanka Family Foods, a subsidiary of Ma’s Kitchen, acknowledged by the United Nations in 2021 as one of the 50 Best Small Businesses in … read full interview here.
[Interview] Kenneth Munyi, Managing Director, Echo Kenya
Kenneth Munyi is the Managing Director at Echo Kenya. The cloud-based ICT company recently entered the Kenyan market and to mark its entry into it announced the launch of its ‘Superwan’ offering, a software-defined network … read full interview here.
[Interview] Marina Rakotondrasoa, CEO, Massöva, Madagascar
[Interview] Dexter Tangocci, Co-Founder, Integrated Aerial Systems, South Africa
Dexter Tangocci co-founded Integrated Aerial Systems (IAS) in 2016 and the company since built up a strong presence in the agriculture sector. Recognized in 2021 by the United Nations as one of the 50 Best Small Businesses in the world, IAS is one of only three licensed … read full article here.
[Interview] Omar Coulibaly, Managing Director, InnoFaso, Burkina Faso
InnoFaso is an agrifood company based in Burkina Faso whose mission is to meet the country's needs in the treatment and prevention of malnutrition. InnoFaso was recently recognized by the UN … read full interview here.