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  • Kenya: Why We Must Revive Our Manufacturing Sector

    The Star

    Something profound is happening in our country, and yet, the policy makers seem not even concerned. Companies are relocating their manufacturing operations from Kenya, citing the... Read more »

  • Kenya: Cement Maker Lines Up New Investments

    The Star

    Savannah Cement, one of the country's newest market entrants, is set to build two new plants as it nears exhaustion of its current capacity, managing director Ronald Ndegwa said. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Time Zisco Deal Was Concluded

    The Herald

    THE announcement five years ago that Zimbabwe had finally secured a partner to resuscitate the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company after several false starts, was met with great joy... Read more »



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October 08

  • Ethiopia: Investors Urged to Prefer Ethiopia for Manufacturing

    ERTA

    The industrial zones being built in four major cities of Ethiopia would create opportunities for the expansion of the manufacturing industry, according to Ministry of Industry. Read more »

  • Nigeria: FEC Approves N1.1 Billion for Two Standard Guage Locomotives

    This Day

    The Federal Executive Council (FEC) Wednesday approved N1.1n for two standard gauge locomotive trains to be used on the new standard gauge rail lines under construction across the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: CZI Checks Manufacturing Industry's Pulse

    The Herald

    The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries will today release results of its much anticipated 2014 manufacturing sector survey report expected to reveal deteriorating industrial... Read more »

  • Namibia: Candle Factory Celebrates First Anniversary

    Namibian

    WHAT it needed was inspiration, courage, and that little push from family and friends. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Revamping Ajaokuta Steel Plant

    This Day

    To commence full-scale production of liquid steel and other associated materials in Ajaokuta Steel Company, its management recently signed series of Memorandum of Understanding... Read more »



October 07

  • Africa: The Rediscovery of Africa's Textile Industry

    Deutsche Welle

    Close to 10 percent of the world's cotton comes from Africa. Most of this cotton is then however taken to Asia for further manufacturing. Could Africa's textile industry make a... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Manufacturing Sector to Borrow a Leaf From Japan

    Daily News

    TANZANIA, like many other developing nations, is struggling to build a robust manufacturing sector to increase its contribution to growth and prosperity of the people. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Why Toyota Dominates Nigeria Roads

    Vanguard

    Ever wondered why Toyota models account for the highest number of vehicles on Nigerian roads? This is something that I have observed in the last few years. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigerians Warned Against Purchasing Recalled Cars

    Vanguard

    Nigeria's online car market place, Carmudi has warned Nigerians against purchasing used and recalled cars. Recalled cars are cars that automakers order for their return after... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Workers Commend Govt for Reviving Ajaokuta Steel Company

    Daily Trust

    The workers in Ajaokuta Steel Company Ltd. Yesterday commended the Federal Government for its efforts at reviving the industry. Read more »



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