Upcoming EventsJan26Thuall-day Agritech Expo comes to Arusha, T...Agritech Expo comes to Arusha, T...Jan 26 – Jan 27 all-dayWe are pleased to announce the dates for the inaugural edition of Agritech Expo Tanzania, 26-27 January 2016 in Arusha, Tanzania. read moreShareall-day Agritech Expo Tanzania @ Selian Agricultural Research Institute, Arusha/Dodoma Main Road, ArushaAgritech Expo Tanzania @ Selian Agricultural Research Institute, Arusha/Dodoma Main Road, ArushaJan 26 – Jan 27 all-daySAGCOT on agri in Tanzania: “Someday agriculture will truly uplift the country and the region at large” Agritech Expo Tanzania to gather thousands in Arusha Tanzania’s Development Vision 2025 and ASDS (Agricultural Sector Development Strategy) established clear priorities for the … Continue reading →Feb13MonFeb22Wedall-day Aviation Africa 2017 Attracts Gl...Aviation Africa 2017 Attracts Gl...Feb 22 – Feb 23 all-dayOfficially supported by Ministry of Infrastructure, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority and RwandAir read moreShareall-day eCommerce Africa Confex @ Cape Town International Convention CentreeCommerce Africa Confex @ Cape Town International Convention CentreFeb 22 – Feb 23 all-dayeCommerce Africa Confex evolves, leading the way for eCommerce vendors read moreShareFeb28Tueall-day Aid & Development Africa Summit @ Nairobi, KenyaAid & Development Africa Summit @ Nairobi, KenyaFeb 28 – Mar 1 all-dayThe 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit will take place in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February – 1 March 2017 with an aim to explore how technological innovations and best practice can improve aid delivery and development strategy in … Continue reading →
Category Archives: Algeria News
Marriot International has increased their presence in Algeria by opening its 7th hotel – Sheraton Annaba, within the country’s fourth largest city and a popular commercial hub and tourist destination. With its iconic and sophisticated design, and appealing dining options, the hotel offers stunning views of the azure Mediterranean Sea and the scenic coastal city while giving its guest an easy access to the airport and the city’s most charming attractions.
Nokia and Ooredoo Algeria achieve transmission rate of 1 Terabit-per-second in Africa’s first field trial of new optical technology
- Future deployment will enable Ooredoo Algeria to offer high capacity-based solutions to its subscribers
- Nokia’s cutting-edge technology was used to achieve 1 Terabit-per-second transmission rate over optical fibre
Working in partnership, Ooredoo Algeria and Nokia have successfully achieved a ground-breaking transmission speed of 1.2 terabits per second over optical fibre in Africa’s first field trial of innovative optical communications technology.
New GSMA Report Sees Rise in Mobile Broadband and Smartphone Adoption across Middle East and North Africa
Mobile Helping to Grow Innovative New Services, Connect the Unconnected and Create Employment Across Diverse Region
GE, which has operated in Africa for over 100 years, committed at the 2014 event to invest $2 billion in facility development, skills training, and sustainability initiatives across Africa by 2018
The decline in the global oil price has led to a reduced level of activity across the African continent and had an impact on countries that traditionally depend on oil & gas revenue. Despite the bleak landscape, the African continent still offers significant opportunities in the oil & gas sector. “It is an opportune time for local governments that want to attract oil & gas investors to reform their regulatory, fiscal and licensing systems,” says Chris Bredenhann, PwC Africa Oil & Gas Advisory Leader (PwC.com).
FOB prices for ordinary Portland cement bulk register a 6.4 percent increase, according to the CW Research’s May update to Mediterranean Basin cement and clinker prompt delivery cargo price assessment. On the other hand, FOB prices for bulk ordinary clinker trended flatly at USD 30.8 per ton.
Parution d’un livre sur Barack Obama « Il était une fois Barack Obama : les bases d’une nouvelle Amérique »
New Transparency International report shows MENA governments failing to stop corruption as they suppress citizens’ voices
Resilient continent continues to attract investors – Angola surges ahead
With the economies of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) impacted by the unrelenting low oil prices and persisting regional instability, their insurance markets are likely to face repercussions. Such, in fact, is the severity of the decline in the market price of crude that the price per barrel in January 2016 stood at approximately a quarter of its market value two years ago, and at the lowest point since 2003. Moreover, despite the substantial fall in the price of oil, there are further potential headwinds that can place greater pressure on the sector, including reduced levels of demand from emerging economies such as China, increased shale oil extraction mainly from the United States, and the prospect of Iran re-entering the market as a major supplier following the removal of certain oil-related sanctions.
Les institutions de l’UEMOA accélèrent la mise en place de la Facilité Régionale d’Accès à l’Energie Durable
Colloque international à la FAO du 15 au 17 février 2016
La sécurité alimentaire s’aggrave dans les zones victimes de troubles civils et de conditions météorologiques défavorables
La corruption gagne du terrain et les gouvernements sont impuissants à enrayer le phénomène, d’après le sondage d’opinion mené en Afrique
Transparency International estime que 75 millions d’Africains ont versé un pot-de-vin au cours de l’année dernière
La Chambre de Commerce de Dubai présente un rapport sur les secteurs autres que ceux des matières premières lors de l’Africa Global Business Forum
Le co-investissement avec des fonds de capital-investissement, l’achat de sociétés de capital-investissement et les rachats directs constituent les principaux modes d’entrée des IDE pour les investisseurs du Golfe intéressés par l’Afrique subsaharienne
Les organisations de la société civile qui siègent à titre de membres d’un mécanisme de certification des diamants de conflit ont annoncé aujourd’hui leur intention de boycotter le processus de Kimberley en 2016, en réaction à la présidence annoncée des Émirats arabes unis.