Archive for the ‘Tanzania’ category
“To force a private company to become a listed company without any regard to the maturity of the stock market is extreme.”
“Technology jobs bring a lot of money but it also comes with a hell of a lot of stress.”
In 2012, the average working Tanzanian earned the equivalent of US$1,200, which is lower than the average for sub-Saharan Africa.
New white space technology could be a game-changer for internet access on the continent.
How we made it in Africa looks at Tanzanian company Tatepa’s tea and avocado empire.
“Today the prices of sisal in the world are US$2,000 a ton, and my cost of production is $700 a ton.”
In the last five years a number of international restaurant franchises have opened in East Africa.
“The main problem I see with young African guys is they want to grow overnight.”
Tanzanian solar solutions pioneer Rex Energy is developing inexpensive energy models for rural households.
How we made it in Africa talks to OPIC about the nitty-gritty of the Power Africa initiative.
PwC says investors should look beyond Lagos, Kinshasa and Johannesburg.
Standard Bank expects East African oil and gas discoveries to fundamentally transform the region’s economies.
Adding value in Africa is expensive but worth it, says agribusiness and food company Olam.
How we made it in Africa talks to the founders of Flyezee.com
Japanese electronics manufacturer Epson is expecting growth in demand for printers in East Africa due to a surge in private sector activity.