Lenders and investors have welcomed the Egyptian government’s cutting of subsidies, but many ordinary Egyptians are feeling the pinch.
Egypt has devalued its currency and reduced subsidies. Exporters are benefiting, but the country’s citizens have been hit hard by the erosion of their incomes.
Ethiopia is continuing to focus its economic policy on developing new infrastructure by planning infrastructure spending worth $89m.
Tunisia hoping that reforms will help revive the economy.
South Sudan plans two roads that connect the oil producing nation to Ethiopia.
Uganda’s economy has proven resilient despite oil exploitation delays and South Sudan conflict.
Plans to move Egypt’s capital city have hit a snag after Chinese company pulls out.
Kampala-Kigali railway moves a step closer.
Algeria to press ahead with $3.5bn El Hamdania port & industrial zone to compete with Morocco’s Tanger Med project.
Morocco is ramping up its economic interests south of the Sahara, prompting other North African states to consider following suit.