The deadly clashes in Kenya’s Tana River region last year were sparked by competition over natural resources and the perpetrators must be punished, according to a government-appointed panel investigating the violence.
Tanzania plans to boost cargo volumes by 80 percent over the next two years at the Dar es Salaam Port by adding railway links and upgrading facilities to improve efficiency, Transport Minister Harrison Mwakyembe said.
Vodacom Group Ltd., South Africa’s largest wireless operator, plans to begin operating in three additional countries by the end of 2014 as it seeks to bring data services and smartphones to new markets.
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, who last week unexpectedly cut the benchmark interest rate to a three-year low, may not be done yet, according to Jonathan Katz, an economist at HSBC Holdings Plc.
East African Breweries Ltd., Kenya’s best-performing stock over the past month, is poised to end a 29 percent rally that valued the nation’s biggest company at double that of the benchmark index, according to Contrarian Investing Kenya Ltd. and technical indicators.
Turkish bonds surged and the lira touched an 11-month low after a bigger-than-forecast cut to interest rates preceded a decision by Moody’s Investors Service to raise the nation’s credit rating to investment grade.