Since the turn of the century, the beleaguered South African Airways has embarked on no fewer than eight failed turnaround strategies.
Despite the risks, venture capitalists and angel investors are increasingly profiting from Africa’s rapid growth and untapped opportunities.
Cameroon’s huge deep-sea port is ready to go, but the issue of who will control the terminal remains unresolved.
Air Djibouti’s mission to get back in the air has captured the attention of Bruce Dickinson, Iron Maiden singer and founder of Cardiff Aviation.
Assets under management are projected to grow by 9.6% a year, driven largely by an expansion of the mutual fund industry.
The sheer size of South Africa’s private security industry and its growing role is concerning the government, which has been trying to pass a tougher law to corral the sector.
Ethiopia’s indigenous grain teff is garnering worldwide attention as a new superfood, bringing both opportunities and risks for Ethiopia’s farmers and consumers.
The next target is to address overcrowded classes, absent or unqualified teachers, poor or nonexistent materials, and curricula based around rote learning.
Over the past couple of decades, one of the symbols of China and Africa’s ever-growing relationship has been the frequent visits of high-level officials between the two regions.
Sub-Saharan Africa may be the most dangerous region in the world to board a flight, but statistics for aircraft crashes on the continent rarely tell …