Kenya has reported mixed fortunes regarding foreign direct investment during 2016.
Tanzania-Rwanda railway project could prove to be the catalyst for a wider interconnected East African rail network.
African foreign investment projects fell by 12.3% in 2016, despite growth in real estate and transport financing.
Originally heralded as a panacea for local entrepreneurs, Kenya’s interest rate caps are now throwing small businesses off balance.
Kenya’s opposition coalition has selected Raila Odinga as its presidential candidate, prompting a repeat of 2013’s disputed polls as he again seeks to defeat long-term …
Kenya’s growth under threat in 2017 but economy remains resilient, says CBK governor Patrick Njoroge
Kenya’s growth is under threat from internal and external forces, according to Patrick Njoroge, governor of the Central Bank of Kenya.
The Kenyan government envisages full industrialisation by 2030, but at present the manufacturing sector is buckling under the weight of cheap imports.
VW’s investments in East Africa may herald the growth of a fully-fledged automotive industry in the region.
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.