It's time for Africa to fully tap its vast green energy potential

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Of the nearly 1.5 billion people living in Africa, how many of us know just how blessed the continent is with renewable energy resources? How many of us know that Africa has the ... Read More

Generic medicines offer a win-win solution for patients, healthcare

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare in Kenya and across Africa, one of the most persistent and contentious issues has been the skyrocketing cost of prescription medicatio... Read More

State capture impeding the fight against procurement-related graft

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- It's one year since President William Ruto took over the mantle of leadership. During his swearing-in ceremony, tackling corruption was among the key issues on his "to-do list". ... Read More

Why even well-funded startups struggle

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Last week, certain news sent ripples through the burgeoning startup ecosystems in Kenya. It revealed that eight well-funded startups were facing significant challenges. This reve... Read More

Roadmap for successful public, private partnerships on water

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- The Kigali Bulk Water Supply (KBWS) project is an exemplar of a successful water PPP. Being the first of its kind in East Africa, it is a pioneering model for the financing, const... Read More

Legal options when competitors infringe your firm's intellectual property rights

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- I own a software development company that has clients all over the globe. We have been working on a new product that is likely to disrupt the market. We started by doing a lot of ... Read More

Ready to go Solar? Here is all you need to know

Nairobi, Sept. 15 -- Considering solar power for your household can be a wise choice both environmentally and economically. Solar energy is harnessed from the sun's rays using photovoltaic (PV) panel... Read More

How AI can preserve local languages

Nairobi, Sept. 14 -- Africa, renowned for its unmatched linguistic diversity, boasts over 2,000 distinct indigenous languages. Paradoxically, many African nations persist in using foreign languages as... Read More

University, industry ties manufacturing and healthcare need

Nairobi, Sept. 14 -- University-led innovations can be used to support critical sectors, such as agriculture, energy, and health while strengthening the quality of the innovation infrastructure in the... Read More

Carbon market hype could slow down local efforts to industrialise

Nairobi, Sept. 14 -- The Africa Climate Summit came and went. African states undertook to take a common position during the COP 28 global meeting to be held in the United Arab Emirates in a few months... Read More