Rwandan President Paul Kagame launches drones to deliver medical supplies to remote communities in the country.
The president’s bid to soften an indigenisation law clears the way for a $986m loan deal with the IMF.
The Economic Partnership Agreement is designed to give African countries expanded access to the EU market while gradually opening African markets to EU products.
High-end consumer products are experiencing a boom in Kenya, but can they withstand the economic slowdown?
Faced with its worst drought in decades, Ethiopia has had to import food aid, causing a bottleneck of ships unable to unload all-important cargos at the port city of Djibouti.
The East African country has opened the world’s only operational gas water extraction power plant as it aims to achieve middle income status.
Exciting new businesses are being launched in Kenya with the hope of building the manufacturing industry, but huge challenges must be overcome if they are to succeed.
Lungu captured the electorate with populist policies, but will struggle to get them past a weary IMF.
The Electoral Commission says that Lungu has done enough to avoid a run-off amid fraud allegations.
The Horn of Africa was long considered one of the most dangerous places in the world. It is increasingly known for growing trade and investment – with Ethiopia at the centre.