Ethiopia is continuing to focus its economic policy on developing new infrastructure by planning infrastructure spending worth $89m.
Kenya is on track to meet its ambitious electricity targets, according to the state-owned utility Kenya Power report.
After a period in which some Kenyan banks seemed to be making abnormal profits, three were closed in a short space of time.
Kenya on the verge of joining large-scale oil producers club.
Kenyan regulators will release mobile sector “domination” report this week.
Is Kenya’s new railway line chugging along as planned, or are the mounting costs outweighing the benefits?
In Kenya the online “sharing economy” epitomised by Uber and Airbnb is thriving, but uptake may be driven very much by necessity.
MPs in Tanzania have called on the country to reject the free trade agreement between the EU and East Africa.
Cape Verde and Kenya are setting the example for other African countries by developing unique approaches to renewable energy.
High-end consumer products are experiencing a boom in Kenya, but can they withstand the economic slowdown?