A US-Africa Energy Summit that was expected to take place later this month has been cancelled after US declined to issue travel African invitees. A notice to prospective attendee...More
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Kenya’s overall economic performance has remained robust over the past eight years, and it is expected to continue into the medium term at a rate of 6% 2017, according to the latest economic update for the country. The Kenya Economic Update (KEU): Beyond Resilience – Increasing Public Investment Efficiency, says the country’s positive forecast is driven by a vibrant services sector, enhanced construction, currency stability and low inflation, low fuel prices, a sur...More
Kenya will shrug off the slump in growth on the continent to be among the best performing economies in Sub Saharan Africa. The continent is set to slow to its lowest level in more than 20 years. The latest Regional Economic Outlook report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Kenya will be among 22 countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa that will maintain robust growth, reaping from cheaper oil. But the oil exporting countries will be the worst hit after they took a beating from the dr...More
President Uhuru Kenyatta lobbied Heads of State and Government to support Kenya’s quest for the African Union Commission Chair. On the sidelines of the African Union Extraordinary Summit on Maritime Security and Safety and Development in Africa in Lome, Togo, Uhuru separately met eight Heads of State and Government to rally support for Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed’s candidature for the position. The leaders included Presidents Faure Gnassingbé (Togo), Ibrahim Boubacar Keï...More
President Uhuru Kenyatta has travelled to Lome, Togo, to attend the African Union Extraordinary Summit on Maritime Security and Safety and Development in Africa.
The aim of the summit is to make maritime space the key driver of Africa's economic and social development.
The AU leaders attending the forum will hold discussions with experts and leaders from the business world in order to establish a roadmap on maritime security in Africa....
Kenya and South Africa today agreed to enhance cooperation in trade and security with the Presidents of both countries committing to forge stronger ties between two of Africa’s biggest economies. The announcement was made at State House, Nairobi, after President Uhuru Kenyatta and President Jacob Zuma held bilateral talks. The two leaders agreed to progressively remove all trade barriers to enable the two countries to benefit from their untapped trade potentials. President Kenyatta a...More
Kenya wants the UN to pay specific attention to the security situation in the Horn of Africa that risks degenerating into a regional crisis. In his speech Thursday at the UN General Assembly in New York, Deputy President William Ruto demanded "real time" action on the region's security if any meaningful development in line with Agenda 2030 is to be realised. The DP told the meeting that Kenya had done her part in fulfilling the international obligation to secure the region's peace, including hos...More
China and the World Bank have formed an infrastructure firm with an initial Sh50 billion ($500 million) investment to help fund projects in Africa. China Overseas Infrastructure Development and Investment Corporation Limited (COIDIC) will invest and manage projects from concept to feasibility studies. It will also follow up on financial close and take part in commercial operations. Its shareholding comprises China Development Bank (CDB), China-Africa Development Fund (CADFund) and China Gezhou...More