Category: BUSINESS

Uganda’s Central bank warns Politicians on defaced currency

The Country’s Central Bank (Bank of Uganda (BoU) appealed to the public to only accept notes with features designed by it and not any other person or institution. This...

Tanzania-Rwanda Trade Strategies Pay Off

FOUR years of President John Magufuli’s regime has witnessed a surge in trading volume between Tanzania and Rwanda, largely stimulated by improved business...

Crypto in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges, Explained

Is crypto in Africa popular? Increasingly so, and you could argue that parts of the continent are world-leading. Back in April, Google Trends data revealed that Lagos in...

Rwanda’s port – creating a hub for Intra-African trade

One of the largest dry ports (30 hectares) in-land in Africa is working towards a different kind of management system to create a faster and more efficient process for...

Things to Know Before Investing in Bitcoin

Many years ago the digital currency ‘Bitcoin’ has caught the enthusiasm of investors. Bitcoin investment is worldwide, secure, and open to everybody. It is an...

Rwanda’s housing sector an opportunity for private investment

Rwanda has one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, driven by economic and structural reforms and strong international support. Growth averaged 7.5% annually in...

Zimbabwe mining professionals for Rwanda

Rwanda is keen to lure Zimbabwean mining professionals to cover a skills gap in that country that could be detrimental to the East African country’s realisation of its...

EAC Economies’ Debt Scare

Burundi has joined a group of nine African countries at a high risk of debt distress, with Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania among top 50 countries in the world that are highly...

Rwanda,Burundi and DRC becoming best markets for Kenyan banks: study

Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Burundi are emerging as the best markets for Kenyan banks expanding across Africa as Uganda and Tanzania, once-lucrative...

Uganda and Equatorial Guinea pave the way for Africa’s oil future

Africa Oil Week  got off to a high profile start with a prestigious Ministerial and VIP Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa.Over 200 senior executives from IOC and...