Archive for the ‘Burundi’ category

Connected East Africa: Kenya leads, the region follows

Regional ICT integration is very much on the agenda.

Airline Flydubai increasing its business on the continent

UAE’s low-cost airline Flydubai is increasing its routes to several destinations in northern and eastern Africa.

What One Acre Fund can teach us about supporting African small-scale farmers

“Instead of giving handouts, we invest in farmers to generate a permanent gain in income.”

Investors warned that East African Community is not a single market

Broll property group sees great opportunity in East Africa’s primary cities.

East Africa over the next 20 years? Expert shares his thoughts

East Africa’s star has been shining bright, but what does the future hold for the region?

Oil and mining to be the backbone of East Africa’s economic growth

Oil, gas and mining developments could have positive spill-over effects for the rest of the economy.

Burundi – more than black coffee and banana beer

This landlocked East African country has good potential for growth.

‘Don’t rush’ common currency IMF boss tells East African Community

“Make sure the East African Monetary Union can actually teach the Europeans how to do it right.”

Moving goods in Africa – what you need to know

Tielman Nieuwoudt offers advice on supply chain management in Africa.

Rwanda’s improving business environment is turning heads

The 2014 Doing Business report ranks the East African country at 32nd place globally in ease of doing business.

Top 10 list of most gender equal countries in Africa

A World Economic Forum report ranks African countries on their ability to close the gender gap.

Keeping it in the family: Manu Chandaria on the value of family ties in business

From its small start, Comcraft Group is now a global group of companies.

Meet the Boss: Manu Chandaria, industrialist

Now in his eighties, Manu Chandaria is concerned about Kenya’s poverty levels.

Seven strategies to success in Africa

Africa is a collection of diverse countries and business models need to suit the local environment.

Survey finds Africa’s growing economies fail to trickle down

Despite growth across the continent, the majority of Africans still live below the bread line.