By Michael Lerner Uber hopes to win over customers and reduce Kampala's heavy traffic simultaneously. Africa,Kampala,ride-sharing,smartphones,taxi,Uber,Uganda,Michael Lerner
The so-called Niger Delta Avengers have warned oil firms to leave the region within two weeks.
by Michael Lerner As climate change-induced drought happens more, Zambia looks to diversify with solar.Africa,climate change,Edgar Lungu,electricity,Mining,solar,Zambia,Michael Lerner
by Michael Lerner The government hopes restoring rangeland will alleviate future droughts.Africa,drought,livestock,maize,Namibia,rangeland,South Africa,Michael Lerner
by Michael Lerner The markets punish President Jacob Zuma's surpise decision, showing his loss of credibility.
by Michael Lerner Several major deals are set to be signed for Chinese investment in its gracious ally.
by Michael Lerner The world's first drone-port will enable rapid deliveries of commerce and medical aid.Africa,drone-port,drones,Kenya,Norman Foster,Rwanda,South Africa,Michael Lerner
By Michael Lerner The firm plans to provide certified work experience to 300,000 African youths by 2018.Africa,creating shared value,CSR,CSV,Nestle,Michael Lerner
by Michael Lerner Hundreds of artisanal miners attacked AngloGold's idled Obuasi mine; 1 dead.Africa,AngloGold,Ghana,Gold,Mining,Obuasi mine,Michael Lerner
by Michael Lerner Several Western firms have announced expansion plans in the stable monarchy.Africa,aerospace,Bombardier,Daher,FDI,Latécoère,Morocco,political stability,Saudi Arabia,Stelia,Thales Group,Michael Lerner
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