Kenyans last week turned out in Joburg to stake out their stall.
Infrastructure projects, tax incentives present sweet opportunities in East Africa's largest economy
With projected economic growth of between 6% to 7% this year and next, it is East Africa’s most vibrant economy.
There are opportunities opening up thanks to expansion plans in electricity generation as well as development of recently discovered oil reserves.
The country is well positioned to take up the jobs that will exist in the future.
ICT innovations in finance, retail and government changing lives, driving major East African economy.
GE chief says both countries have both similarities and differences which they can harness to lift bilateral trade.
Africa must find solutions that go on to be leaders in any territory, not just on the continent- like Uber is doing, he says.
Oversubscribed eurobonds, big expenditure on infrastructure, beating the global turmoil...it really is the best time to put your money in Kenya.
Oil pipeline, railways, ports, renewable energy...all are game as East Africa's biggest economy seeks to bump up already robust growth.
Did you know in 1980 the country had the world's youngest population? Neither did we.