Museveni promotes African unity at WEF meeting in Cape Town

Museveni promotes African unity at WEF meeting in Cape Town

President Yoweri Museveni, true to his pan-African convictions, said Thursday that unity is the key to ending the continent’s many conflicts and businesses contribute to the cause of peace by establishing stability. “Thriving businesses cause social transformation which changes society,” said Museveni, speaking at a session of the World Economic…

In Mozambique, U.S. announces new African business council members

In Mozambique, U.S. announces new African business council members

Officials in the United States have announced the 26 new members of the President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (PAC-DBIA), which will serve the council’s third term through 2021. The appointments were announced by U.S. Department of Commerce Deputy Secretary Karen Dunn Kelley, left, during a U.S.-Africa Business…

LSE showcases African biz in ‘Companies to Inspire’ report

LSE showcases African biz in ‘Companies to Inspire’ report

The London Stock Exchange has named 360 companies from 32 African nations in its new “Companies to Inspire Africa 2019” report. Nigeria and Kenya lead the way, with the report’s foreword written by President Uhuru Kenyatta. “Entrepreneurship is at the heart of Kenya’s vibrant economy, propelling investment, job creation and…

Businesses and university students continue to suffer months after Garissa terror attack

After the closure of Garissa University College in April, businesses in the town have suffered. With no information forthcoming from the management, students can only hope that the region’s only institution of higher learning will soon open its doors to them. NAIROBI, Kenya— Seven months after the gruelling six hour…

Antony Langat

Anthony Langat is a freelance journalist based in Kenya and specializes in reporting on human rights issues, governance, security and climate change.