Digital startups like Nigeria's Cars45 are revolutionizing Africa's used-car market, by making it fast, transparent and hassle-free. Read more
For 30 years Sudan’s economic development was stifled by President Bashir, but as the transition to democracy progresses, new opportunities are opening up. Read more
Malawi is highly reliant on tobacco for its export earnings, but the industry is subject to increasing international pressure over child labour. Read more
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- Sudan promises thriving private sector if revolution prevails
- Dangote is still Africa’s richest man
- Malawi urged to turn over new leaf amid tobacco lawsuit
The rapid implementation of tech-based solutions is seeing Africa’s economy progress in leaps and bounds.
In this episode, Editor of African Business Magazine, David Thomas, and podcast host, Desne Masie, discuss the response to the …
Kganyago says that any reform programme must be undertaken with safeguards to protect the losers.
Kenya’s fintech revolution has helped the country achieve near total financial inclusion, but are consumers really benefiting and are they adequately protected?
Many South Africans are dismayed by a new law that prohibits refugees from engaging in political activities related to their home countries.
Even when we laud local 4IR success stories, we need to understand how underlying fragility could affect the often fragile equilibrium of FCAS.
Is the renaming of the CFA franc a step towards a single currency for West Africa or an attempt to hijack it?
Despite progress in a few countries, the African Union has fallen short of its target to bring peace to the continent by 2020.
With fears of a trade war easing and major projects being rolled out, the signs are auspicious for African mining in 2020.
Africa’s leading entertainment company, MultiChoice Group, sent an expert panel to AfricaCom 2019
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As Extinction Rebellion protests disrupted the bustling tourist spot on Trafalgar Square last October, I met with management of commodity trader Gerald Group at their London office.…
4G Capital is pleased to announce the completion of its second round of fundraising.…
Following its award of preferred bidder status by the Federal Government of Nigeria in May 2017, an International Consortium last Friday in Washington D.C, signed an agreement to proceed with the Interim Phase of the Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession.…
Liberia’s President George Weah has not been living up to his promises. As the economy falters and protests grow, can he weather the storm?
With Mining Indaba, the world’s largest African mining investment conference underway, how can countries extract the best development opportunities from their mining industries?
Can the African Continental Free Trade Area succeed where previous free-trade initiatives have failed?
African governments scramble to evacuate 4,600 African students trapped in the epicentre of the fast-spreading Coronavirus.
With Africa low on the Scottish government’s trade agenda, Scottish businesses look to deepen ties with the continent post-Brexit.
The first UK-Africa Investment Summit showcased Britain as the “partner of choice” for Africa in trade. But does the promise match the reality?