Jay Ireland, ceo of GE Africa, reaffirms the company’s commitment to continue investing in Africa, despite difficult market conditions.
Africa’s telecom service providers and consumers are becoming more sophisticated in the products they offer and use.
Fraud charges against South Africa’s embattled finance minister were dropped this morning in the latest twist in the controversial case.
The South African rand has slumped following news that Pravin Gordhan has been charged with fraud.
As Pravin Gordhan faces fraud charges, African Business investigates whether the South African economy can survive the infighting within the ruling African National Congress (ANC).
The Economic Partnership Agreement is designed to give African countries expanded access to the EU market while gradually opening African markets to EU products.
Companies cut back on new developments and re-focus on profitable production in a response to the continued slump.
The loss of urban voters is a severe setback for a party which has taken them for granted.
In the battleground cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the ruling party is struggling to maintain its popularity in the face of a resurgent DA.
The most significant municipal elections in twenty-two years of ANC rule could deliver a bloody nose to the ruling party.