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Focus on Ghana

The financial industry in West Africa, particularly in Nigeria and Ghana, can sleep a lot more easily now than it has been able to do …

Helios pulls out of LSE listing

Helios Towers, an African mobile phone towers operator, has ditched plans to list on the London Stock Exchange after the value of the shares being …

Nigeria: Investors ditching banks for fixed-income securities

Savvy investors are pulling their deposits out of banks, where interest rates are in the single digits, and placing them in the securities market for higher returns. The securities market has been boosted by rising issuances of treasury bills and bonds by the government. The trend has led to a dip in banks’ deposits and less credit being made available to small businesses, writes Michael Nkwor.

Gambia: Barrow shifts economy out of doldrums

Gambia’s new leader, Adama Barrow and his administration inherited a bankrupt economy when they took office a year ago. Since then, matters have decidedly changed for the better, with the country expected to register a growth rate of 5% by 2020. Sanna Camara reports from Banjul.

Tanzania revives the ‘green gold’

Sisal was formerly a major export earner for Tanzania. Now, as demand grows, the government has plans to vastly increase cultivation of this eco-friendly crop.

The making of Smart Mauritius

Mauritius is developing seven smart cities – at a cost of $3.5bn – that will be autonomous in renewable energy, water supply and waste management, …

This is the best time to invest in Mozambique

With big opportunities coming up in infrastructure, power, agriculture and tourism, the president and CEO of Mozambique’s national investment bank is optimistic for the future.