Monthly Archives: November 2007

BELGIAN BROWSER For a country of its size, Belgium has a lot to offer in terms of food, drink and culture. Here’s our pick of restaurants, hotels, bars and upcoming events BED DOWN Comfort Art Hotel Siru 1 Place Rogier, BrusselsThis three-star hotel is ideally located just steps from the […]

Belgian Browser

African Business Browser Every month we review businesses, products and meet people behind key organisations across the BA network ORGANIZATION TO KNOW The AIDS Support Organization TASO is a community-based initiative offering treatment, care and support to people living with HIV and AIDS in Uganda. Founded by 16 individuals who […]

Business Browser

ARE WE THERE YET? On the plane you’re part of a migration, of sorts, like the wildebeest on the plains of Africa. Their remarkable journey takes them from the southern Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masaai Mara in Kenya and back again – one of the largest and most spectacular […]


Claim to fame Martin Banks forecasts the future with a list of Belgium’s most probable emerging superstars The old joke “Name five famous Belgians” plays to the widely held perception that the country has produced few people of significance in its 177-year history. But look a little closer and you’ll […]

Claim to fame

Entebbe & Kampala City Guide Edris Kisambira takes a look around Uganda’s capital, Kampala, and the lakeside town of Entebbe, the country’s first administrative headquarters after independence Entebbe International Airport is located near the town of Entebbe on the shores of Lake Victoria, 35km from the capital, Kampala. Entebbe was the […]

Essential: Entebbe & Kampala

China Rising With increasing Chinese investment in Africa, Alan Duncan looks at the potential pros and cons of such a co-operation Africa has rich resources and market potentials; China has available effective practices and practical knowhow it has gained in the course of modernisation.” So said Chinese president Hu Jintao […]

China Rising