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The Sino-Africa Centre of Excellence is focused on improving relations between Africa and China.
International surveys show the high cost of living in oil producing African cities.
“The once dominant influence of the West is diminishing and it will have to metamorphose a new relationship with Africa.”
“South Sudan, as part of East Africa, has the potential to become a substantial market in the next few years.”
Sudan may not be a country that many foreign investors are rushing into, but with its geographic positioning for trade, and opportunities in agriculture and mining, the economy does hold potential for those willing to take on a challenge.
Tokyo-based Japan Tobacco recently announced a deal to buy a Sudanese cigarette manufacturer. We interview Fadoul Pekhazis, who looks after the company’s Africa business.
Demand for air travel to South Sudan is increasing, prompting Kenya Airways to double its flights to the capital Juba.
Azuri Health, a Kenyan enterprise that manufacturers and distributes healthy foods, is helping Kenya’s rural farmers get market access for their cereals and fruits.
A backpack packed with everything you need to run a successful small-scale farming operation. This is what an innovative company is offering small-scale farmers in Kenya and southern Sudan.
Southern Sudan’s agriculture sector holds good potential for investment across the value chain.
With few industries and almost non-existent infrastructure, southern Sudan presents both opportunities and challenges for business people and investors.
Many business people are looking at opportunities in southern Sudan. How we made it in Africa interviews one of the experts on doing business in the region.
Business Daily yesterday reported that Kenya’s airlines are benefiting from more traffic to southern Sudan as the country’s week-long referendum drives demand.
“Smart investors, savvy analysts and individuals familiar with emerging markets know that southern Sudan is poised to become Africa’s next best bet.”
SABMiller, the world’s second largest brewer, and East African Breweries have both announced plans to boost their presence in Southern Sudan.