Monthly Archives: June 2016
A new development indicates that South Sudan airline, The Golden Wings, has commenced business to Eritrea. According to Geeskaafrika, the Republic of South Sudan and Eritrea had a meeting where an aviation agreement was signed on the 24th of June with the primary purpose of establishing an easy and direct flight services to and from the two countries.
EXX Africa analyses the impact of an eventual ‘Brexit’ on three of the UK’s most important African markets: South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya
Africa House to fast-track business for SA enterprises in Lamu, LAPSSET Corridor
Strong focus on geothermal at EAPIC in Nairobi in September
Three African Renewable Energy Projects Announced as Winners of the US$7million Access Co-Development Facility Prize
In East Africa, governments are the top target sector for cyber attacks (33%). Telecommunications (22%) and financial services (17%) follow in close succession. Contrary to the perception that cyber breaches are a problem unique to the large multinational companies based in developed markets, East African organisations are fast becoming a target for attacks with local subsidiaries particularly attractive as the ‘cyber’ route into these multinationals.
Sun International and Stop Hunger Now aim to feed 2-million