Upcoming EventsApr24Monall-day 3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, Brazzaville3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, BrazzavilleApr 24 – Apr 26 all-dayOn behalf of the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Congo & AME Trade Ltd, we are delighted to welcome you to the Republic of Congo’s Third International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (CIEHC-3). CIEHC will take place at the … Continue reading →May9Tueall-day East Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiEast Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiMay 9 – May 10 all-dayShareMay16Tueall-day SWIFT African Regional ConferenceSWIFT African Regional ConferenceMay 16 – May 18 all-dayInnotribe is also active across the African continent with the Innotribe Startup Challenge for Africa. The Startup Challenge has become one of the leading global startup competitions, connecting the financial services industry with more than 650 FinTech startups around the … Continue reading →May29Monall-day INFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaINFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaMay 29 – May 31 all-dayShareJun6TueJun13Tueall-day Sustainable Properties Africa Co... @ Radisson Blu HotelSustainable Properties Africa Co... @ Radisson Blu HotelJun 13 – Jun 14 all-dayNew landmark conference will explore sustainability for Africa’s buildings read moreShare
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Kenya’s economy has continued to perform well, with real GDP growth reaching 5.9 percent in the first three quarters of 2016, up from 5.6 percent in 2015
The UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) argues that Uganda, like other African countries, needs to foster a higher level of industrial development to drive its economic transformation
Civil unrests and wars have always been a reason that drove people to seek asylum and refuge in other countries or even continents. These people tend to take dangerous routes and have to undergo perilous journeys. The infamous central Mediterranean route is chosen by a huge number of people despite its numerous perils.
UN reaffirms commitment to supporting Nigeria in addressing economic recession and North-East Crisis
The Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator of the United Nations in Nigeria, Mr Edward Kallon, has reaffirmed his commitment and that of the United Nations system in Nigeria towards supporting the country’s efforts aimed at addressing current challenges such as the current economic recession and responding to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the North-East. “I am also aware of the numerous challenges in the middle-belt and in the south of the country”, Mr Kallon acknowledged during his one-week mission (10 – 14 April 2017) to Lagos State where he engaged Lagos State government, the private sector, the media and a few Federal Government parastatals. He further committed to supporting the government in implementing the recently launched Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP).
Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), says billionaire businessman, Aliko Dangote, may become the largest exporter of rice in the world by 2021
Government soldiers and allied militias deliberately killed at least 16 civilians in South Sudan’s western town of Wau on April 10, 2017, in what appears to be an act of collective punishment, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks were against people presumed to support the opposition because of their ethnicity.
With the transition to a new, democratically-elected government, The Gambia is at a historical turning point
Economic prospects are favorable, with growth expected to be around 5 percent in 2017, boosted by anticipated robust activity in the construction sector and tourism industry, and supported by higher inflows of foreign direct investment
“The authorities should advance rapidly with critical reforms aimed at translating investment into strong, inclusive, and job-creating growth,” says the IMF’s mission chief for Djibouti Eric Mottu.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is sounding the alarm today after its staff in Niger and Libya documented over the past weekend shocking testimonies of trafficking victims from several African nations, including Nigeria, Ghana and the Gambia