Thursday, July 18, 2024
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SA fails to lure Boeing for new Africa headquarters

Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company, has picked Ethiopia for its new Africa headquarters. South Africa and Kenya were passed over as preferred locations, losing out on the resulting investment.   On The Money Show, Bruce Whitfield notes that Boeing … Continued

Why South Korea wants a piece of Africa

South Korea is banking on its first summit with African leaders on Tuesday to raise its profile on the continent and boost economic ties, officials said ahead of the meeting in Seoul. But in an Africa where China, the US, … Continued

Safaricom bosses play to Ethiopia progress

Senior Safaricom executives focused on progress in building its business in Ethiopia along with a group wide transformation effort in fiscal 2024 (the year to end-March), a period when it booked gains in key earnings. Chiefs asserted the company is … Continued

African heads of states meet in Nairobi for World Bank summit

African heads of state convened in Nairobi for the International Development Association (IDA) summit, with a focus on favorable lending terms and strategies to bolster sustainable development across the continent. Established in 1960 as part of the World Bank, the … Continued

Why Turkey, Atmis jostle for control of Mogadishu Port

The African Union peacekeepers in Somalia say they will not cede the security of the strategic commercial infrastructure yet, even as they hand over more responsibilities to the Somali National Army. The Mogadishu seaport remains key to securing the capital … Continued