Archive for the ‘South Sudan’ category
Tielman Nieuwoudt offers advice on supply chain management in Africa.
CEO Benson Wairegi highlights an effective team as integral to the success of his company.
Aviation boss highlights security as an issue Kenya needs to address.
International surveys show the high cost of living in oil producing African cities.
Since 2008 Indian car exports to African countries have grown 160%, shows report.
While oil finds are expected to bring wealth, infrastructure, political and corporate challenges need to be overcome.
Now in his eighties, Manu Chandaria is concerned about Kenya’s poverty levels.
A Kenyan entrepreneur saw a gap in the market and turned it into a successful business.
China invests in South Sudan’s as yet unexploited mineral deposits.
“South Sudan, as part of East Africa, has the potential to become a substantial market in the next few years.”
How we made it in Africa talks to Kalpa Padia, founder of Kenya’s Raka Milk Processors.
Supply chain trends in African businesses differ dramatically from those in developed markets.
Honey Care Africa is growing beekeeping farms to satisfy demand for honey.
In many ways Eastern African states are lucky to be late arrivals at the oil and gas game.
Pharmaceutical firms have a real opportunity in Africa as long as they take time to understand markets.