Saturday, March 24, 2018
Wardheer News

Kenya’s flower industry threatens country’s fisheries

The area around Kenya’s Lake Naivasha is sometimes known as “the flower bed of Africa.” But the industry — essential to the country’s economy — is heavily polluting. Some companies are trying to be greener. Project goal: To establish more sustainable … Continued

The Gulf crisis echoes in Africa

By Leo Kabouche, Global risk insights. Between the 20-24 of December 2017, Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani travelled to Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana. Since Sheikh Al-Thani became Emir in 2013, Qatar’s African policy has … Continued

Ethiopia Oil Refinery Planned as Blackstone Pipeline Shelved

By Paul Burkhardt and Nizar Manek Ethiopia’s fast-growing economy has Asian investors lining up to build a new $4 billion oil refinery, even as a Blackstone Group LP-backed fuel pipeline project is shelved. The proposed 120,000 barrels-a-day plant has generated … Continued

“Bitcoin” muxuu yahay, sidee buu u shaqeeyaa?

W/Q Maxamad Dalmar Odhaahda Tifaftirka: Bitcoin oo ku soo biiray adeegisga lacagaha Adduunka muxuu yahay, muxuu kaga duwan yahay lacagta Hawada  (mobile money), qaabkee loo adeegsadaa, yaa ka dambeeya maareeynta iyo habsami u socodka Bitcoin, ama taageera xowliga uu ku … Continued

Africa Prefers Fair Trade to Marshall Plans – VP Osinbajo

An Interactive Session Titled “Stabilizing The Mediterranean ” DAVOS, Switzerland, – Remarks by Yemi Osinbajo, The Vice President of The Federal Republic of Nigeria Q: How realistic is Africa replacing China as the factory of the world, how realistic is … Continued

ANALYSIS: How Ethiopian has come to the fore in Africa

There is no shortage of lofty long-term growth plans in the airline industry. But as it approaches the halfway stage of its ambitious 15-year strategic vision, Ethiopian Airlines can point to its outpacing of rivals on the African continent. The fortunes of … Continued

Germany invests $32 million towards urban resilience in Somalia

The German Government announced its commitment of EUR 23.4 million to support infrastructure work in Somalia. Channeled through the World Bank’s Multi Partner Fund (MPF) the contribution will strengthen municipal planning and implementation capacity to improve access to basic infrastructure. … Continued

Uganda tycoon in Sh20bn Hilton tower land claim

By GALGALLO FAYO Ugandan business tycoon James Mugoya and a member of the UAE royal family have laid claim to prime plots on which the Hilton Upper Hill tower is being built, in a suit that could stall the Sh20 … Continued