Zimbabwean President Mugabe’s 37-year rule faces gravest threat.
In Kenya, a company is recycling waste from harvested sugar cane and coffee to create fuel – a glimpse of what the circular economy could look like if it takes hold across Africa.
The UAE’s ties have traditionally been with North Africa, but a number of factors are now persuading Emirati firms to look south of the Sahara.
Test, learn, regulate, Governor of the Central Bank of Tanzania Benno Ndulu outlines his philosophies.
Gas exports could provide lucrative markets for African countries, but getting a complex new industry off the ground can present difficulties.
How have Kenya’s new banking regulations affected the industry?
Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga has pulled out of the election rerun later this month citing a lack of reforms.
As the Ethiopian government and international donors struggle to tackle the humanitarian crisis caused by drought in the Horn of Africa, some of the country’s own citizens are those most at risk.
Can Kenya’s discredited electoral commission be trusted to oversee a rerun of the polls?
As the rule of law and democracy come under increasing pressure across the continent, Africans cannot afford to be complacent.