Botswana is facing an uncertain future as diamonds struggle to sell on global market.
Rising prosperity is bringing increased consumption of ‘formal’ alcohol and allowing for diverse tastes across different countries.
Left to rust in open fields and disused barracks, Angola’s stock of decommissioned weapons stand as a stark reminder of the bloody civil war that gripped the country for 27 years.
Weakening demand for commodities and a record low oil price could threaten growth, requiring economic diversification.
Less than 10% of Nigerians hold any form of insurance.
Tanzania is hoping to make progress on a potentially lucrative industry.