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[Kenya] Mombasa green entrepreneurs launch Zero Waste Festival
04-04-2024 | 10:00:00
Zero Waste Fest culminated a week-long digital campaign dubbed #BeatPlasticPollution aimed at addressing the plastic pollution menace in Mombasa.
IATA partners with Smart Freight Centre on carbon emission calculations
13-03-2024 | 14:08:18
The two organizations will focus efforts on developing the cargo component of IATA’s CO2 Connect offering, which successfully launched its passenger version in 2022.
Zambia validates blue economy strategy
08-03-2024 | 13:04:00
The strategy will guide the nation in advancing knowledge on biotechnology, environmental sustainability and ecosystem services.
IBM commits $45 million towards resilient cities
07-03-2024 | 14:21:53
IBM also announced that it would increase investment in the pro-bono social impact program by 50%.
Mastercard partners with CarbonSifr to advance climate action in MENA region
16-01-2024 | 11:38:18
The innovation-driven partnership aims to equip small businesses in the region with innovative tools to measure, reduce and compensate for their carbon footprint.
[Column] Hassan Egeh: What does it mean for Somalia to join East Africa Communities (EAC)?
29-11-2023 | 08:30:00
Somalia was admitted into the East African Community (EAC) on Friday Novermber24, 2023 the eighth member of the bloc as it seeks to expand free trade across the region.
Only a fifth of companies are on track for net zero, report
17-11-2023 | 10:24:11
Over a third (38%) say they cannot make further investments in decarbonization in the current economic environment, according to new research from Accenture.
OPEC Fund commits $21 million to enhance water supply in Rwanda
10-11-2023 | 10:56:49
The OPEC Fund loan complements a US$143.3 financing package provided together with the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (AFDF), the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD), the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA) and the Export-Import Bank of Hungary.
Western Australia to host 24th WTTC Global Summit after Kigali
06-11-2023 | 09:00:00
During the closing session of the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Global Summit in Kigali, Western Australia was announced as the host for 2024, marking the first time the event will visit Oceania.
[Kenya] Mombasa Plastics Prize unveils the start of incubator to support growth of sustainable businesses
01-11-2023 | 11:30:00
Building on the success of the initial phase, the incubator aims to support teams from the initial phase of the project to create sustainable businesses that significantly impact the mitigation of marine plastic waste pollution in Mombasa County's informal settlements.
JSE partners with Xpansiv to launch voluntary carbon market to advance South Africa’s carbon credit capabilities
20-10-2023 | 11:08:01
This sustainability initiative will allow local participants to buy or sell carbon credits and renewable energy certificates that are held in either local or global registries.
Dalberg Advisors appoints Lillian Kidane as new Regional Director for Africa
04-10-2023 | 07:41:33
Dalberg Advisors, a global impact consultancy committed to building a more inclusive and sustainable world, has appointed Lillian Kidane as the new Regional Director for Africa region.
80% of SMEs in South Africa project similar or increased revenue in 2023, Mastercard report
02-10-2023 | 08:25:00
From surviving to thriving in the post-COVID world, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Africa are projecting similar or increased revenues in 2023.
BFA Global, FSD Africa And IUCN Launch a $1 million initiative powering ocean sustainability in Africa
08-09-2023 | 12:20:16
Thiis initiative, made possible through funding from FSD Africa and the Canadian Government, builds on TECA’s (Triggering Exponential Climate Action) expertise in fostering blue innovation over the last year through a successful pilot wave supported by FSD Africa.
[Column] Marlene Mutimawase: Promoting women's leadership for land restoration in Africa
06-09-2023 | 08:30:00
African Union in partnership with the Government of Kenya and Africa Climate Summit brings together leaders from governments, businesses, international organizations, and civil society to showcase a diverse range of bold innovative climate actions taking place across Africa.
IFC invests $11.5 billion for Africa’s green transition and job creation
29-08-2023 | 12:36:00
IFC made $11.5 billion in investments between July 1, 2022, and June 30, 2023, across 40 countries, the largest ever annual commitment for the continent.
[Chronique]Frida Frans: L'impact des coups d'État sur les accords de commerce et la stabilité économique en Afrique de l'Ouest
17-08-2023 | 14:40:00
La récente série de coups d'État en Afrique de l'Ouest a entraîné des bouleversements politiques dans la région. Ces coups d'État survenus au Mali, en Guinée, au Burkina Faso et au Niger se caractérisent par des changements soudains et souvent violents à la tête du pays.
[Column] Chika Idoko: Bridging the divide: Confronting Socioeconomic inequality In Sub-Saharan Africa
10-08-2023 | 12:38:03
As leaders who support mainstreaming equality, diversity, and inclusion, we aim to ensure that every individual, regardless of their background, enjoys the same rights, opportunities, and dignity.
Award scheme recognizes Kenyan entrepreneurs fighting marine plastics problems
01-06-2023 | 10:00:00
The awards, which showcased the most effective solutions to tackle Mombasa’s marine plastics problem, were the culmination of a six-month initiative funded by USAID and Global Affairs Canada.
[Column] Anthony Mwangi: Why accelerating circular economy is a no brainer for Kenya
19-04-2023 | 14:11:20
The concept of a circular economy is increasingly being recognized globally as crucial for achieving global sustainability goals.
Eni launches Sustainable Supply Chain Finance programme to support access to credit for companies committed to sustainable development
28-03-2023 | 09:39:55
It is designed for Eni suppliers to receive advance payments from the scheme’s financial partners.
eco.business Fund receives $67 million from BMZ and KfW to support sustainable practices in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America
15-03-2023 | 08:17:48
The eco.business Fund has received investments for an aggregate amount of USD 67 million from its strategic partners, the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), acting through KfW Development Bank (KfW), and KfW on its own behalf.
[Column] Shabir Ahmed: Practical approach, clear business case needed for sustainability success
14-03-2023 | 14:56:57
Effective sustainability-led business transformation creates long-term value for organisations as well as the communities and environment in which they operate.
[Interview] Gbolahan Tobi Ayediran, MD, Suit-U Travels, Nigeria
14-03-2023 | 14:56:55
Gbolahan Tobi Ayediran is a Nigerian entrepreneur and the founder of an NGO dedicated to creating support and opportunities for widows and orphans, while running an agency for travel and tourism.
Africa Business Communities Forum: Which African countries will perform best economically in 2022?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:46
Africa Business Communities talked to several entrepreneurs and founders in the early months of the year, and they cast their votes on which African countries will thrive best in 2022.
Africa Business Communities Forum: Quels seront les pays Africains plus performants sur le plan économique en 2022?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:46
Africa Business Communities s'est entretenu avec plusieurs entrepreneurs et fondateurs au cours des premiers mois de l'année, et ils ont voté pour déterminer quels pays africains seront les plus prospères en 2022.
[Column] Goodie M. Ibru: What the AfCFTA brings to the table in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:56:43
The trade and investment layout of the African Continent is a story of both promise and missed opportunities. With a population of over 1.2 billion, Africa promises a huge and promising market.
[Column] Edna Eason: Procurement is now pivotal to ensuring a sustainable future
14-03-2023 | 14:56:42
ESG (environmental, social, and governance) metrics are gaining popularity as a barometer to hold companies accountable for their sustainability efforts.
Forum de l'African Business Roundtable: Que peuvent faire les gouvernements Africains pour renforcer le secteur privé du continent?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:40
African Business Rountable (ABR), créé par le Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement en 1990, est la principale association d'entreprises et de chefs d'entreprise d'Afrique et représente la Société Africaine des Affaires auprès des Nations Unies.
African Business Roundtable Forum: What can African governments do to elevate the continent’s private sector?
14-03-2023 | 14:56:39
The African Business Rountable (ABR), set up by the African Development Bank Group in 1990, is Africa’s foremost and continent-wide association of businesses and business leaders, and is the representative of the African Business Society to the United Nations.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Region’s startups are on an expansion binge
14-03-2023 | 14:56:36
East African startups have been on an expansion drive, raising funding as they seek to tap into emerging opportunities in the region and across Africa while growing their portfolio.
[Interview] Dr. Mohamed El Sahili, CEO, Medland Hospital, Zambia
14-03-2023 | 14:56:36
Dr. Mohamed El Sahili is the Chief Executive Officer of Medland Hospital, Zambia. As a medical doctor and entrepreneur, Dr. Sahili also serves on the board of key economic international organizations like the African Business Roundtable, the American Chamber of Commerce, Zambia, Olympic Youth Development Center and the Africa CEO Forum.
[Interview] Dr. Mohamed El Sahili, PDG, Hôpital Medland, Zambie
14-03-2023 | 14:56:36
Le Dr Mohamed El Sahili est le directeur général de l'hôpital Medland, en Zambie. En tant que médecin et entrepreneur, le Dr Sahili siège également au conseil d'administration d'organisations économiques internationales clés, telles que l'African Business Roundtable et l'American Chamber of Commerce.
[Interview] Dr. Mima Nedelcovych, Chairman, AfricaGlobal Schaffer
14-03-2023 | 14:56:31
Dr. Mima Nedelcovych is the Founder and Chairman of AfricaGlobal Schaffer, a strategic consulting firm focused on project development, project finance, trade facilitation, and public-private partnerships in developing countries, with a particular focus on Africa.
[Interview] Dr. Mima Nedelcovych, Président, AfricaGlobal Schaffer
14-03-2023 | 14:56:31
Mima Nedelcovych est fondateur et président d'AfricaGlobal Schaffer, une société de conseil stratégique spécialisée dans le développement de projets, le financement de projets, la facilitation du commerce et les partenariats public-privé dans les pays en développement, et plus particulièrement en Afrique.
[Column] Cameron Tandy: Mining industry is becoming a steward of sustainability and decarbonization
14-03-2023 | 14:56:28
For a long time, the mining industry was considered a contributor to the problem of environmental sustainability, but now it is increasingly seen as a critical part of the solution.
[Column] Tracy Bolton: How to close the gap between sustainability and profitability
14-03-2023 | 14:56:26
New research has highlighted the challenges most organisations face with balancing sustainability and profitability.
[Column] Vukani Mngxati: CEOs must prioritize sustainability and risk mitigation
14-03-2023 | 14:56:24
I was appalled at reports suggesting the possibility of malfeasance in relief fund distribution and along with other members of the business community welcome strong words by President Ramaphosa that corruption in this respect will not be tolerated.
Côte d'Ivoire as a country for investment
14-03-2023 | 14:56:24
Côte d'Ivoire has raised its reputation as a leading party for investment when considering francophone Africa but also considering the continent as a whole.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Region bets on bioeconomy to bolster growth
14-03-2023 | 14:56:21
Among the key interventions proposed in the strategy is the creation of new forms of sustainable bioenergy, and the conversion of waste materials to useful products.
The African Business Roundtable stays firm as Africa's private sector conduit to the world
14-03-2023 | 14:56:20
The African Business Roundtable came into being in an era when Africa was hit by a horrendous economic climate. Between the fight for independence in many countries and the end of apartheid in South Africa, Africa’s private sector barely had any structure in the 1960s.
L'African Business Roundtable reste ferme en tant que conduit du secteur privé Africain vers le monde
14-03-2023 | 14:56:20
L'African Business Roundtable a vu le jour à une époque où l'Afrique était frappée par un climat économique épouvantable. Entre la lutte pour l'indépendance de nombreux pays et la fin de l'apartheid en Afrique du Sud, le secteur privé Africain n'était guère structuré dans les années 1960.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Government, Industries move to expand women enterprise
14-03-2023 | 14:56:16
With plunging profits in its prized sector, oil and gas, and an ever-climbing inflation, Nigeria is increasingly turning to what most of the world has been blind to – the potential of women in business.
[Column] Andy Tomkins: Remanufacturing, the missing link in recycling
14-03-2023 | 14:56:13
Many businesses and individuals are making an active effort to reduce environmental impact, especially by aligning with the concept of the circular economy.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Harnessing the potential of African intermediary cities
14-03-2023 | 14:56:11
Africa’s urbanization rate has reached a record high with the continent being the most urbanized globally.
Les citadins africains bénéficient d’une meilleure qualité de vie
14-03-2023 | 14:56:06
Malgré leur croissance rapide, les grandes villes africaines ont assuré, au cours des trente dernières années, un meilleur accès aux services, aux emplois et aux infrastructures à des millions de citadins que les localités de petite taille.
[Column] Kelly-Ann Mealia: Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the Future of Capital Raising in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:56:05
More African energy projects should be crowdfunded either in fiat or digital currency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to ensure that these projects get developed.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Policies must reflect commitment to climate change mitigation
14-03-2023 | 14:56:01
Over the last few years, Kenya has embarked on a rigorous campaign designed to restore and conserve the environment. The country has recorded remarkable progress on this front.
[East Africa Business Week] Bob Koigi: Financial institutions bank on tech to bolster offerings
14-03-2023 | 14:55:55
East Africa financial institutions are betting on tech to boost their offerings, grow their customers’ portfolio and stay afloat in a competitive market.
[Column] Tracy Bolton: How to build a sustainable business in 2022
14-03-2023 | 14:55:54
As our fragile planet experiences unprecedented man-made changes to its climate, organisations are being challenged to move onto a more sustainable path in 2022.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Government, Central Bank turn focus to the startup movement
14-03-2023 | 14:55:53
There’s an ongoing comparison in Nigeria's status quo that is causing some rift – the national statistics and reports are showing a promising and stable economy, but the situation on-ground reflects a different reality.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: 5G becomes national security policy, industries seek sustainability in technology
14-03-2023 | 14:55:51
The one thing the current global pandemic has unilaterally effected in all nations is a rearrangement of priorities, both for people and for governments. Survival elements – food and healthcare – have taken lead position.
[Interview] Christina Bwana, General Manager, Ubongo, Tanzania
14-03-2023 | 14:55:49
Ubongo is a Pan-African social enterprise that creates localised edutainment to help Africa's 440 million kids learn, and leverage their learning to change their lives.
[Interview] BIBOUM Kléber, Founder and CEO, GO AFRICA Business Sarl, Cameroon
14-03-2023 | 14:55:48
BIBOUM Kléber is the current CEO and founder of GO AFRICA Business Sarl created in 2020, with a specialization in the development of the tourism industry in Cameroon.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Nigeria sets course to unify industry benefits, lead Africa's 5G
14-03-2023 | 14:55:46
Following a turbulent year of stock market fluctuations, restrictions related to an ongoing pandemic and varying economic instabilities, predictions on Nigeria’s performance last year ranged from inferior to mediocre to excellent.
COVID-19 brings Work-From-Home to Africa; What has been the impact on businesses so far?
14-03-2023 | 14:55:45
The Covid-19 crisis has pierced through the fabric of every layer of society, leaving virtually no country unscathed. The consequences for businesses has been significant and African economies have had to make rapid changes to their way of doing business.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: The 'ember' months performance review
14-03-2023 | 14:55:44
The end of year (fondly referred to as ‘ember months’) tends to bring about anxieties of different sorts among Nigerians.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Industries unanimously look toward renewable, sustainable practices
14-03-2023 | 14:55:42
The Covid-19 crisis has been cause for numerous economic slumps round the world; companies were shut down, production halted, industries crippled and prices skyrocketed the world over.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: A 5G promise looms, global trade predictions show winning numbers
14-03-2023 | 14:55:41
Nigeria’s tactic is one of sharpening the sectors that have shown promise (such as technology, agriculture and banking) while throwing resources at those that have been in a work-in-progress mode for years.
[Column] Charity Migwi: Climate Action: Pending the 11th hour
14-03-2023 | 14:55:40
As excessive floods, severe drought, and famine continue to be experienced in different parts of the world, global leaders remain largely unfazed as regards making ambitious climate targets.
[Column] Titilayo Adewumi: West Africa’s circular economy efforts at the forefront of fostering a more sustainable future
14-03-2023 | 14:55:40
The vast majority of population growth across the continent will be concentrated in urban areas. WEF data indicates that more than 80% of Africa's population growth between now and 2030 will be in cities, with Lagos growing at a pace of 77 people every hour.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: Nigeria enters green market, takes on AfCFTA implementation
14-03-2023 | 14:55:39
The collaboration of government with industries is crucial for economic progress, be the market large or small. Nigeria knows this and is taking steps to work closely and create better transparency in one of the country’s most robust industries.
[Nigeria Business Week] Andrea Ayemoba: National GDP for Q3 sees increase, amid growing economic concerns
14-03-2023 | 14:55:39
The Nigerian Minister for labour recently has affirmed that more needed to be done in order for the employment crisis to be mitigated. He did allow that much has been done, but a lot of action still was required if the problem was to be tackled from the roots.
[Column] Judy Njino: Anchoring business priorities on sustainability
14-03-2023 | 14:55:36
In November this year, leaders from around the world will gather in Glasgow for the UN Climate Change Conference to explore ways that governments, the private sector, and global institutions can promote sustainable development.
[Startup Interview] Adedokun Muhammed-Ali Adedeji, Founder, Brightcloud Automobile, Nigeria
14-03-2023 | 14:55:36
Adedokun Muhammed-Ali Adedeji is a Nigerian innovator, entrepreneur and logistics manager. A green mobility advocate, Adedokun is the founder of Brightcloud Automotive.
[Column] Babatunde Oyateru: Africa should rethink business models for impact and sustainability
14-03-2023 | 14:55:35
Is the corporate goal of an organisation solely to return a profit to its shareholders, or should it be purpose-driven and respond to wider societal needs at the expense of robust profits?
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Sustainable manufacturing key for environmental restoration
14-03-2023 | 14:55:30
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Indeed, if the past year is anything to go by, the need to restore the planet has been underscored by the ensuing consequences of the COVID 19 pandemic.
[Column] Mathew Hall: Why off-grid solutions are starting to make more sense to South Africans
14-03-2023 | 14:55:28
With load shedding back and disrupting day to day life, compounded by consumers feeling the 15% increase on their electricity bill, alternative sources of energy are starting to look more attractive to South Africans.
[Column] Victoria Epelle: The retail value chain and its ongoing counterfeit battle
14-03-2023 | 14:55:26
Counterfeit products have a presence across major industries in Nigeria. The impact of having these counterfeit products for manufacturers range from dwindling sales and failed customer loyalty schemes.
[Column] Joanne Yawitch: Climate change and sustainability: Demystifying the Just Transition
14-03-2023 | 14:55:23
Beyond its environmental components, addressing climate change is about economic competitiveness and opportunity.
Eastern and Southern Africa's vast renewables potential offers route to sustainable growth, IRENA
14-03-2023 | 14:55:22
Eastern and Southern Africa are vast, geographically diverse regions with rapidly growing populations and rising demands for energy. According to master plans for the two regional power pools, electricity demand is set to grow.
[Column] Claudio Muruzabal: Building environmentally sound businesses in the ‘Decade of Delivery’
14-03-2023 | 14:55:22
Consumers and customers don’t just value sustainability, they’re prepared to pay for it. More than two-thirds are willing to pay a premium for brands that are sustainable and environmentally responsible.
[Column] Quinton Swart: Why boxed water is better? Thinking inside of the box when it comes to packaging water
14-03-2023 | 14:55:19
Packaged water in South Africa is a growing market, commonly bottled in polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic. While this material is recyclable, more than half of plastic waste is not recovered, most of it ending up in landfill or in waterways.
[Column] Titilayo Adewumi: Building greater sustainability, climate resilience in West Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:55:18
Across Africa, urban centres are rapidly expanding as the continent’s large – and growing – youth population seek better fortunes in the city.
[Business Africa] Africa's manufacturing sector in 2021
14-03-2023 | 14:55:12
‘’ We need to do value addition. And by doing value addition, you don't use as much as foreign currency that you would otherwise use and also you would employ a lot of people. So I think manufacturing is the core, I mean, of importance for the African continent.’ said Mohammed Dewji, the Africa’s youngest billionaire.
Rystad Energy analysis shows Africa’s renewable energy capacity is set for consecutive years of growth
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
Africa’s installed capacity of renewable energy, which stood at 12.6 gigawatt (GW) in 2019, is set for consecutive years of growth, a Rystad Energy analysis shows.
[Column] Emma Colenbrander: Is an Amazon for Africa’s “energy poor” in the making?
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
A majority of consumers in Africa still live off the grid, in what are commonly called "last-mile" communities.
New economic analysis for Malawi calls for efficient public investment management to improve service delivery in water and energy
14-03-2023 | 14:55:09
Malawi faces an infrastructure investment gap in the energy and water and sanitation sectors of approximately $332 million per year due to limited fiscal space combined with weak public investment management and inefficient State Owned Enterprises.
New analysis shows onshore wind potential across Africa enough to power the entire continent many times over
14-03-2023 | 14:55:04
Developing Africa’s huge onshore wind energy potential can boost its transition to affordable and reliable clean energy. For the first time ever, wind and solar made up the majority of the world’s new power generation in 2019.
[Column] Heléna Costaras: Urbanization in Africa: Tracking the opportunities
14-03-2023 | 14:55:02
Africa is the fastest urbanising region in the world with an average annual urbanisation rate of 3.2 per cent, well ahead of the global average of 2 per cent.
Finance for renewables in developing countries on the rise, IRENA highlights
14-03-2023 | 14:55:02
Global finance to developing countries in support of clean and renewable energy reached $21.3 billion in 2017, which almost doubles the level from 2010 when international financial flows were at $10 billion.
Tackling youth unemployment in Kenya through sustainable waste management
14-03-2023 | 14:55:01
Abdul Said Konde is a youth resident in Tudor informal settlement in Mombasa County. Like thousands of other young people across the country, he is not formally employed and the Covid-19 pandemic has made it even harder to access manual jobs.
[Column] C. Derek Campbell: Stakeholders engagement and security will be key to ensure success of Mozambique’s LNG projects
14-03-2023 | 14:54:59
The scale and enormous economic potential of Mozambique’s LNG projects constitutes a seminal effort with national, regional and global implications and visibility.
Protecting trade in Nigeria, how DFIs are responding to COVID-19
14-03-2023 | 14:54:57
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to devastate economies around the world, Africa is set to experience its first recession since the 1990s, threatening to undo two decades of growth and development.
African Development Bank delivers on a decade of transformative commitments to reduce poverty
14-03-2023 | 14:54:52
For the past five decades, the African Development Bank Group has been at the forefront of driving Africa’s economic transformation, leveraging its diverse resources and unique know-how as an indigenous development finance institution.
[Column] Paulo de Matos: What manufacturers can do now to maintain continuity in the new normal
14-03-2023 | 14:54:51
Manufacturers and distributors are operating in intensely pressured times. Stats SA reported that manufacturing output contracted for the ninth consecutive month in February of 2020.
[Column] [Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Home-grown solutions are key for sustainable development
14-03-2023 | 14:54:48
Necessity is the mother of all inventions. We are witnessing an increase in innovations as the world races to develop a vaccine to treat COVID-19.
[Column] Nelson Maina: Kenya should support first-line COVID 19 teams
14-03-2023 | 14:54:46
As Kenya doubles efforts to contain the spread of Corona virus that is increasingly shutting down the world, personnel in the medical and security dockets are arguably our first lines of defence.
The investment case for energy transition in Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:54:41
Falling technology costs have made renewable energy a cost-effective way to generate power in countries all over the world, which would drive further development and improved economy.
[Column] Rémy Ejel: International Women’s Day: What will it take to achieve gender equality?
14-03-2023 | 14:54:37
“There should be equality for all – men and women – at all levels, and all ages” was the compelling call from Anna, one of our young female talents at Nestlé CWA Ltd, about gender equality.
[Interview] Cajetan Boy, CEO, Et Cetera Productions, Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:35
Cajetan Boy is the CEO of Et Cetera Productions, a Kenyan based film production company.
[Column] Florence Nisabwe: Revitalizing Africa’s rural areas through social entrepreneurship
14-03-2023 | 14:54:34
African cities are growing rapidly, but an estimated two-thirds of African people still live in rural areas.
[Column] Mukhisa Kituyi: We need a more inclusive and sustainable model of development
14-03-2023 | 14:54:31
At a time when the UN system reforms are bringing the three pillars of sustainable development more closely together, it is important to highlight the need for an inclusive model of growth and development.
[Column] Robyn Curnow: The world is waking up to the power of dyslexia
14-03-2023 | 14:54:28
As a journalist, I love words. I care about what I write, think before I speak, read with delight and savour language. Part of that relationship with words comes from the fact that I respect them.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiaga: Collective action needed to fix Kenya’s wastewater today for a cleaner tomorrow
14-03-2023 | 14:54:26
With manufacturing being one of the pillars of the President’s Big Four Agenda – which aims to increase manufacturing’s contribution to GDP to 15 percent – the country is likely to see the accelerated establishment of new industrial facilities.
[Column] Okisegere Ojepat: Why multiple, conflicted agencies make a mess of food safety
14-03-2023 | 14:54:25
Safe food is essential to our health and wellbeing; yet it has emerged as a political football in recent months, as different authorities chase a role in food testing.
[Column] Olagoke Aluko: Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) regulations lead the way in reshaping consumer behaviour and industry in Kenya
14-03-2023 | 14:54:22
Kenya has paid a heavy price in lives lost for its slow uptake of LPG as a cooking fuel.
[Column] Judy Njino: Strengthen partnerships to meet the SDGs
14-03-2023 | 14:54:21
What do the Sustainable Development Goals aim to achieve? The world is ten years away from the deadline for achieving the 2030 Agenda.
[Column] Patricia Scotland: Why disaster readiness is critical for Africa
14-03-2023 | 14:54:15
Five months ago, Cyclone Idai ripped through the Southern African region, causing a massive humanitarian disaster that affected three million people.

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