Djibouti will spend $15bn over the next five years to build new infrastructure and improve its roads, rail and airport network as it seeks to …
Djibouti’s new investment drive has been spectacularly successful but work is still going on apace to make it a rival to the likes of Dubai
Djibouti now has 11 undersea cables, making it one of the best-connected countries in Africa and with its data centre, it is well on its way to becoming a regional digital hub.
Djibouti boasts great diplomatic clout for a small state, but as the regional situation shifts, what lies ahead? Sonia Le Gouriellec shares her insights with New African
The government is determined to develop the country’s tourism potential, which is based on its natural wonders
Djibouti has risen to become a major logistics hub. The Chairman of the Djibouti Ports and Free Zone Authority describes its development and future plans