With the global aviation industry taking a nosedive in recent years, the sector across Africa is defying growth trends. Passenger numbers continue to rise every year while 2016 was the safest year for flights in a decade for African carriers. New
Rapid development is at the heart of Africa’s economic rise and investors from around the world are keen to claim their stake in the continent’s growth. The influx of revenue coming into African nations is transforming countries across the continent, but
Burundi’s First Vice President Gaston Sindimwo has described the country’s fuel crisis as a “national concern”.
The latest Africa Investment Index ranks Tanzania as the most attractive investment destination in East Africa.
Rwanda is the world’s largest producer of tantalum, an essential mineral for the electronics industries.
Tanzania President John Magufuli dismissed more than 9,900 civil servants on Friday for having forged educational certificates.
Africa’s brain drain is well documented. Too many of the continent’s best minds leave their home country to study and work abroad, many of whom never return to the place they were born. The implications on African countries are widespread.
Ethiopia and Rwanda have set out a number of additional cooperation agreements at a meeting in Kigali on Tuesday.
African nations should invest more into the blue economy – which includes fisheries, marine biotechnology, aquaculture, tourism and transport – according to African ministers.
Ethiopia’s tourism industry is booming after revenue jumped 20.7 percent to a record $3.5 billion in 2015.
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