Malawi: A factory in Mzimba Turns Wood Waste into Cooking Briquettes

Malawi's Minister of Forestry and Natural Resources, Nancy Tembo, is inaugurating a new plant in the Mzimba district of Malawi. The facility built by Raiply Malawi converts wood waste into briquettes for domestic…

Egyptian Startup Swvl to Enter Europe’s Market via Shotl Acquisition

Egypt-founded transportation startup has agreed to buy Spain-based Shotl, an on-demand shuttle-booking platform, according to Reuters. Spain-based Shotl would serve as Swvl’s HQ in Europe, which would help double its…

Hyundai Opens New Dream Centre in Kenya

Hyundai Motor opened its newest Hyundai Dream Centre — an automotive training and educational facility — in Kenya. The new Dream Centre is the seventh global institute established by Hyundai Motor, following Dream…

Uganda to Construct 25 Industrial Parks Across the Country

25 Industrial parks are set to be constructed across Uganda. This follows a partnership agreement inked between Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) and Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) over the development. The…

Rwanda Signs International Convention on Tax Matters

Rwanda this week became a signatory to the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (MAAC). The treaty is a commitment by Rwanda to comply with international standards from the European Union and…

DRC: Clean-Seas to Generate Electricity From Plastic Waste via Pyrolysis

Clean-Seas, a provider of waste management technology solutions, have been selected to build a waste-to-energy plastics plant using pyrolysis technology in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo…

Siemens Gamesa Installs First Turbine in Djibouti

Siemens Gamesa has installed its first ever turbine in the African country of Djibouti at the 59MW Goubet wind farm. Goubet, which is located on 395 hectares in the Arta region close to Lake Assal, will comprise 17…

Mango House Seychelles Becomes Hilton’s 4th Island Property – 2 More On the Way

Mango Home Seychelles is the fourth tourism institution to open in Seychelles below the Hilton lodge and resort world model, whereas the development of two extra have began, stated a lodge official. Below its luxurious…

Nampula Trade Missions in Mozambique from 6th to 11th September, 2021

The Malawi Investment and Trade Centre has organized a trade mission to Nampula in Mozambique from 6th to 11th September 2021.  The overall goal of the trade missions is to promote sales of various Malawian products by local exporters and producers to regional and international markets.

Mozambique has historically been one of Malawi’s major trading partners not only in the region, but also in the world as a whole.  Various factors have played a part in this, such as the short distance between major Malawian cities and the border which reduces transportation costs. The Nacala corridor also provides a cheap mode of transportation for bulk commodities and this offers another opportunity for trade between the two countries.  Mozambique remains a key destination for several agricultural and agro-processed Malawian goods.

The mission will also provide an opportunity for companies to participate in the B2B meetings that are scheduled to take place in Nampula, Mozambique.  The meetings are a marketing initiative that provides a platform for your company to showcase your products and establish viable business partnerships that are of economic value to the nation.

For more information please visit: https://www.mitc.mw

Nampula Trade Missions in Mozambique from 6th to 11th September, 2021

The Malawi Investment and Trade Centre has organized a trade mission to Nampula in Mozambique from 6th to 11th September 2021.  The overall goal of the trade missions is to promote sales of various Malawian products by local exporters and producers to regional and international markets.

Mozambique has historically been one of Malawi’s major trading partners not only in the region, but also in the world as a whole.  Various factors have played a part in this, such as the short distance between major Malawian cities and the border which reduces transportation costs. The Nacala corridor also provides a cheap mode of transportation for bulk commodities and this offers another opportunity for trade between the two countries.  Mozambique remains a key destination for several agricultural and agro-processed Malawian goods.

The mission will also provide an opportunity for companies to participate in the B2B meetings that are scheduled to take place in Nampula, Mozambique.  The meetings are a marketing initiative that provides a platform for your company to showcase your products and establish viable business partnerships that are of economic value to the nation.

For more information please visit: https://www.mitc.mw