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Kenya: Heavy rains cause havoc in Nairobi

Storms and flash floods turned roads into gushing rivers and swamped homes with waist-high muddy water across the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, killing at least...

Children among 16 dead after asylum-seeker boat capsizes off Djibouti, UN confirms

At least 16 people are dead and 28 others are missing after a boat carrying asylum seekers capsized off the coast of the Horn...

Laila Bastati appointed as APO Group’s Chief Commercial Officer

APO Group, the premier award-winning Pan-African communications consultancy and press release distribution service, is delighted to announce the appointment of Laila Bastati as Chief...

Louise Steenekamp appointed as African SAP User Group board vice-chair

The African SAP User Group (AFSUG) Board has unanimously appointed Louise Steenekamp as its new Vice-Chair, effective 15 February 2024. Having served on the AFSUG Board since January...

King Charles III makes his maiden visit to a Commonwealth nation

Kenya will escalate its relations with the United Kingdom to boost trade and investments. President William Ruto said the two countries share rich, steady,...

The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights adresses the situation in the Gaza Strip

The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (the Commission), meeting on the occasion of its 77th Ordinary Session, held in Arusha, United Republic...

Impact of FAO and FVC’s flexible finance in Africa

“Uganda is Africa in miniature,” said Susan Ngongi Namondo, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Uganda, at the wrap-up of the Flexible Voluntary Contribution (FVC)...

Private sector urged to “own and drive” Africa’s continental trade agreement

The private sector is recognized as an indispensable stakeholder in the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), especially given its ability to catalyze sustainable...

African nations steer towards reducing deaths due to road accidents

Traffic accidents are the leading cause of death among African youth, so governments across the continent have resolved to drive in a new unified...

How UNICEF sanitation worker shows love for children in Nigeria

For Babuji Ibrahim, a 35-year-old sanitation worker in Maiduguri, north-east Nigeria, a typical day is one spent evacuating solid human waste from latrines. From internally...

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Zambia’s Good Nature Agro named among Africa’s fastest growing companies in 2024

Good Nature Agro, the Zambian company helping smallholder farmers reach the middle class, has been recognized by the Financial Times in the annual ranking...

Friends of the earth but not friends of Africa – How an environmental group is deepening African energy poverty

The second annual Invest in African Energy Forum was held in Paris from May 14-15, uniting over 750 African officials and global investors with...

Miranda Abraham: After years in the cold, there are signs of renewed investor interest in Africa as of 2024

Over the past few years, African debt markets have faced significant challenges due to a combination of factors including soft global economic conditions, the...

Dr. Helal and Mutimura: Role of financial services in achieving financial inclusion in Rwanda and beyond

The momentum of financial inclusion programmes is progressively strengthened as financial institutions, businesses and consumers embrace cashless convenience and digital payments that are secure...

Tuna Yemisci: From big to better data – putting AI trends into practice

Organisations have traditionally valued volume, velocity, and variety as the classic drivers of 'big data'. However, as we start to explore the promise of...
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