Cashew shelling faces problems in Kenya but South Africa is having success with macadamia processing.
East African banks remain upbeat reflecting the positive economic outlook for the region.
Kenya’s highest court annuls presidential election result. A historic day for Kenya or the beginning of a dangerous crisis?
Private Chinese firms are entering Africa in great numbers. What can African countries do to maximise the benefit of this wave of investment?
Where next for Kenya after President Kenyatta defeats his longtime rival Raila Odinga in the country’s general elections?
Other companies may be seeking to challenge its domination of the market, but Uber’s GM for sub-Saharan Africa is confident of his company’s future.
At a time when the African aviation industry is performing poorly, Ethiopia’s national carrier is recording record profits and expanding its fleet.
A tense and unpredictable presidential campaign pits opposition leader Raila Odinga against incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta in a re-run of the 2013 contest.
Stringent regulations restrict the use of drones in many parts of Africa, but a new scheme demonstrates their potential for humanitarian work.
The president of Tanzania’s ban on mining exports can be seen as an attempt to ensure the country gets a good deal from its natural resources, but it is alienating some investors.