Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway

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Syllabus of the Subject: Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Corridor (Trans-African Highway).

  1. Introduction to the Cairo-Gaborone Corridor
  2. Main features of the Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway
  3. Access to nine markets of the Southern, Eastern and Northern Africa: Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
The Subject (e-learning) “Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway” is part of the following Higher Education Programs (Bachelors, Masters, Doctorates) taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorate in Business in Africa
  2. Professional Master's Degree in African Business
  3. Course: Transport in Africa (e-learning)
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

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Languages of study Higher Education in English or Post-secondary Education in French Corridor Cairo-Gaborone Tertiary Education in Portuguese Corredor Cairo-Gaborone Higher Education in Spanish Corredor Cairo-Gaborone.

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Cairo-Gaborone Corridor (Trans-African Highway)

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Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Cairo-Gaborone Corridor.

The Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway, 8,861 kilometres, links:

  1. North Africa: Egypt (1,140 kilometres)
  2. East Africa: Sudan (1,321 kilometres), Ethiopia (1,692 kilometres), Kenya (938 kilometres), and Tanzania (1,216 kilometres)
  3. Southern Africa: Zambia (1,496 kilometres), Zimbabwe (538 kilometres), Botswana (520 kilometres), and South Africa

Key features of the Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African corridor:

  1. Countries of the Cairo-Gaborone Corridor: Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and South Africa
  2. Main languages: Arabic and English
  3. Main linked cities: Cairo, Aswan, Arkeen, Wadi Halfa (Sudan), Omdurman, Khartoum, Doka, Gedaref, Galabat (Ethiopia), Azezo, Merawu, Dejen, Addis Ababa, Mojo, Dila, Mega, Moyale, Marsabit (Kenya), Nanyuki, Marua, Nairobi, Athi River, Namanga, Arusha (Tanzania), Dodoma, Iringa, Mbeya, Nakonde (Zambia), Serenje, Lusaka, Zimba, Victoria Falls, Bulawayo (Zimbabwe), Plumtree, Francistown (Botswana), Mahalapye, and Gaborone
  4. Extension to South Africa: Gaborone - Lobatse - Ramatlabama
  5. The Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway is the longest Trans-African Corridors
  6. In Cairo begin the Cairo-Dakar Corridor
  7. Lagos-Mombasa corridor
  8. In Senar (Sudan), links with N’Djamena-Djibouti Corridor
  9. In Zambia (Kapiri Mposhi), links with the Beira-Lobito Corridor (access to the Port of Lobito)
  10. In Tanzania: Central Corridor
  11. Final part of the Corridor arrives in Cape Town (South Africa), if we include this final part, the total length of this corridor is 10,228 kilometres
  12. Main religion in the Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway region are Islam and Christianity

The Cairo-Gaborone Trans-African Highway belongs to the African Civilisation.

  1. Southern African Economic Area
  2. East African Economic Area

Largest ports:

  1. Egyptian ports - Suez Canal
  2. Port of Lobito (Angola)
  3. Port of Mombasa (Kenya)
  4. Port of Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania)
  5. Port Sudan
  6. Port of Durban (South Africa)

African Regional Economic Communities involved:

  1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  2. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  3. East African Community (EAC)
  4. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement
  5. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)

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