Residents of five counties in western Kenya are looking forward to the potential economic growth of the region once modernization work on a major highway is completed in the next 12 months.
Sino-Tanzanian economic relations are heading in a new direction, with 500 Chinese businesses expected to set up offices in the country during the next five years.
China's record in infrastructure development puts it in a good position to play a greatly increased role in renewable energy projects in Africa.
Lessons learned from China's national policy to promote the use of improved cookstoves in rural areas may prove useful if Kenya implements recommendations made by civil organizations in East Africa, including international NGOs.
Two government-approved solar projects in Kenya will be financed and built by Chinese companies.
Chinese officials said in Berlin on Tuesday that China would bring its strongest showcase to CeBIT, the world's leading information technology trade fair, in Germany next month and to show its power in the IT industry.
As Chinese companies become more deeply involved in Africa and hire more local subcontractors and workers, they are starting to seek out legal advice more often on their projects.
When Chinese Premier Li Keqiang was in Africa in May of last year he enthusiastically spoke about how China and Africa could work together on high-speed railways, highways and aviation.
You might say Mu Yunqing, 31, is a dedicated worker. He has devoted more than an eighth of his life to expanding, repairing and living at Kenya's main airport - the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport - in Nairobi, the capital.
As a landlocked country, Rwanda's opportunities for expanding business are not quite as extensive as those enjoyed by other countries. One way of overcoming that is air transport.
What happens when different companies from different parts of the world, used to using different standards, get together to build a major expansion and upgrade to one of Africa's premier airports?
It took Su Yuehua awhile to figure it out, but he learned the secret to business success in the West Africa.