Kenya expects South Africa to reciprocate its easing of visa laws to citizens after it scrapped requirements for South Africans.
British gas company BG Group has produced higher-than-expected flows of gas from a test well off the coast of Tanzania.
Kenya, home to 575,334 refugees is no longer the largest refugee-hosting country in Africa.
A robust saving culture is crucial to creating wealth and alleviating poverty in Kenya where many live below a dollar a day.
Cereal manufacturer, Weetabix Food Company intends to invest 200 million Kenyan shillings in its Kenyan subsidiary and double its capacity.
Kenya Power aims to increase its customer base by 36 percent or one million new users in the fiscal year that started in July.
Rwanda is seeking to sell a five-year local currency bond by the end of August.
Kenya is banning the use of some chemicals on farms to avoid increased sanctions on its fresh produce exports to the European Union (EU).
Ethiopia has made great strides to become one of Africa's fastest growing economies and continues to record impressive economic growth.
East Africa is on high alert for Ebola since the World Health Organisation ranked Kenya a high risk area for transmission of the virus.
Kenya Airways will suspend flights to Liberia's Monrovia and Sierra Leone's capital Freetown due to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Africa needs to look at high-employment industries such as textile to stop the growing number of unemployed people.
Kenya’s national carrier, Kenya Airways will continue with its flight operations in countries affected with the recent Ebola epidemic.
Kenya Airways’ (KQ) subsidiary JamboJet has revolutionised travel in the East African nation since its launch in April 2014.
After an election defeat and a nearly seven-week trip to the US, Malawi’s former head of state Joyce Banda heads home this weekend.
Kenya is a high risk area for Ebola transmission which is affecting West African states, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Kenya is taking precautionary measures as the World Health Organisation has declared the Ebola virus a universal public health emergency.
African airlines are taking cautionary measures to guarantee a limited spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
East African Breweries Limited (EABL) recorded a 5 per cent rise in its net profit for the full year ending June 2014.
A Ugandan man tested negative for Ebola after being suspected of carrying the disease.