How can countries labouring under tight financial constraints achieve better healthcare? Kenya’s example points the way forward.
Stronger partnership with business is a key priority for the WHO in Africa, the organisation’s regional head tells African Business.
As the Ethiopian case shows, opening the industrial sector to Chinese investment can boost the growth of new industries.
Rwanda at 55! Economic reforms are bearing fruit as the country continues to see strong economic growth.
Somaliland wants to reopen talks with the newly elected government of Somalia on a range of issues, according to Somaliland’s foreign minister.
The hijacking of a dhow off the coast of Somalia in April raises an unwelcome prospect for shipping in the Indian Ocean.
Payroll fraud is a costly problem across the continent, but there are ways to prevent it.
Uganda and Tanzania have agreed to construct a $3.55bn oil pipeline boosting oil exports from the region.
Despite bitter disputes with its neighbour, the government of Ethiopia is accepting large numbers of refugees from Eritrea.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Wednesday inaugurated a railway linking Nairobi with Mombasa, cutting the journey from about 16 hours to 8 hours.