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“This is an opportunity for Egypt not only to polish its dusted tourism flare, but also to amend and strengthen the bonds it has with its neighbouring countries,” says MEAXLDS’ president
New York—Drought in Somalia threatens the lives of almost half the population, according to Somalia’s prime minister Hassan Ali Khaire. Over a two-day span, at least 110 people died of hunger in just a single region in the country. This highlights the tremendous needs Somalia and other African countries have for immediate help. In the …
The meeting discussed the importance of African media in increasing awareness, says Presidency spokesperson
Company targets EGP 1bn exports in 2017, with increase of 30%, says Abdul Malak
The visit discussed developing cooperation between both countries in all fields, including security and peace in Africa, says presidency
Minister of Industry and Trade Tarek Kabil announced that the ministry will complete the establishment of a new strategy that aims at increasing exports to Africa within the next three years. He added that the ministry cooperated with five export councils, namely the chemical and fertilisers, building industries, food, engineering, and medical councils, to create …
“I can, we can defeat cancer” is this year’s theme on World Cancer Day. In many African countries there is still a lack of awareness and treatment methods, but the number of people affected is on the rise.
At the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, country general manager of IBM Amr Talaat said that trade relations between Egypt and African countries need to improve. He said that African countries receive almost 3% of Egyptian exports, which is a small amount that must be increased. He added that so far, large economies in …
African forces are preparing to enter Gambia after President Yahya Jammeh refused to step down. Jammeh has ignored a midnight deadline to leave office and honor the results of a December election.
Africa expects nothing good from the new US President Donald Trump – quite the reverse, writes DW’s Claus Stäcker.So far, Africa has barely existed for Donald Trump.
Over the course of 24 hours, three attacks took place in the three countries leaving dozens dead
The division targets $1bn worth of machinery exports to Africa in the coming years, says division head
Cairo registered a 1.5% growth rate in the number of international overnight visitors in 2015/2016, says MasterCard Global Destinations Cities index
It is necessary to have a legislative body for Africa, says head of parliament
5,000 factories in Egypt are producing equipment for construction sector, says head of machinery and equipment division
Until she travelled abroad when she started college, Zara Mwanzia had thought that chapati—the delicious bread she ate while growing up, which most Kenyans still eat—was a local delicacy. “I was surprised to find out that chapati actually originated from India,” she said, musing at how she had been wrong all those years. Zara could …
Authority works to establish genuine partnership with Africa owing to the availability of necessary resources and capabilities, says executive chairperson
Council’s agenda to focus on emerging security challenges in Africa
During his visit to Nigeria and Kenya, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hinted at the possibility of adding software for more African languages, to ease Africans’ access to the online social network’s applications.
After a thunderous explosion rocked SpaceX’s main launch pad in Florida, destroying a rocket and a satellite Facebook was going to use to beam Internet to parts of Africa, companies are counting the cost.
We will showcase Egypt’s efforts towards creating a better investment climate, says Khodair
Egypt, India keen to increase trade, cooperation, as India assists in renewable energy, vocational training development
The new axes of the export support programme were scheduled to be applied in July 2016, says minister
The sessions are expected to discuss gender and human rights, among other issues
Behind Turkey’s failed July coup lies a power struggle between Erdogan and the shadowy network of his former ally. The intra-Islamic and nationalist power struggle is shaping the future of the country.
African leaders conclude the sixth African Water Week in Tanzania
Africa may have a problem with unsustainable debt on its hands if it doesn’t manage to find other ways to finance development and cut off illicit financial flows, a new report from a United Nations trade body has said.
African leaders have come together in Rwanda this week for their 27th summit. Proposals include a new Africa-wide passport but most Africans are skeptical.
The Kigali summit addressed emerging conflicts and potential ways of inclusive growth