African carriers collectively lost $300 million in 2015 even as the global industry racked up record earnings of $33 billion
Protective African states locking us out, discount airline Fastjet says as continental expansion plan struggles
‘Governments can’t run airlines, let private enterprise take its course. Competition is good for everybody. It drives out the inefficient': CEO
Maasai hairdressers, Congolese tailors – with more flights and good business, Zambia is an African melting pot
Just over a year ago, these men were herding cattle in Kenya's plains; today they are leading braiders of women's hair in Lusaka.
Carrier growing to tap a market of 210 million potential customers in six countries, including Kenya, Uganda and South Africa.
'Big brother' Ethiopian in talks to set up four African national carriers, as Senegal moves to privatise
Ethiopian has stakes in Malawian Airlines and ASKY of Togo. Nigeria has tapped it for help, and it’s talking with Uganda, South Sudan, and DR Congo.
When Safaricom set out its stall with world-renowned cash transfer service, it was never meant to be a diplomatic tool
Carrier’s current route network serves four towns in Tanzania and one city apiece in South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Uganda.