KENYA is ranked third least attractive country in the world and worst in Africa for mineral investments, trailing Zimbabwe and Zambia which recently locked horns with multinational mining firms ove

Cairo — The Egypt-based major investment bank EFG Hermes Holdings intends to make investments worth $100 million (around 762 million Egyptian pounds) in renewable energy in Egypt, a top company off

Egypt is planning to attract solar and wind power plants over the next three years as part of plans to diversify the country’s energy sources and be a trading hub.

Cairo — A 65 year-old woman from Assiut governorate died in hospital after being diagnosed with H5N1 bird flu virus, the health ministry announced on Wednesday.

The Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation assigned on Sunday 23/11/2014 the Nile Water Sector with the Ministry to establish a new authority for managing water resources between Egypt and Sout

Cairo — The ministry of supplies and internal trade has concluded its technical research for a project to produce bio-diesel from cooking oil, the minister announced on Tuesday, adding that the pro

This Food Policy Report explains why there is a need to place even higher priority on food security–related policies and programs in conflict-prone countries, and offers insights for policymakers regarding how to do so.

LONDON – Three years after Japan closed all of its nuclear plants in the wake of the Fukushima meltdown and Germany decided to shut its industry, developing countries are leading the biggest constr

World Bank (WB) officials have agreed to grant a $1.5bn concessional loan to the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities in order to fund the social housing programme and improve villa

Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan agreed to complete studies within six months on the impact of an Ethiopian hydropower dam on the main tributary of the Nile river after Egypt raised concern about water sh