According to a comprehensive just released World Bank book on the “wealth of nations” despite robust growth in gross wealth in Africa, per capita wealth …
The African Union describes its long-awaited Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) one of its flagship projects in the continental body’s blueprint Agenda 2063. There …
Although the current hostility towards globalisation may suggest otherwise, the World Bank’s Marcelo M. Giugale argues that several global trends are coming together to support progress in the developing world, including Africa.
The head of UNIDO talks to Christine Holzbauer about his organisation’s work with the world’s least developed countries (LDCs).
A carcinogen present in food causes death and handicapping across Africa. A solution to this deadly problem may be provided by an unlikely source.
As 2017 draws to a close, the economic situation of most African countries is improving, but for some, the debt burden looks increasingly unsustainable.
Sales of print editions are declining, but the digital revolution provides opportunities as well as challenges for Africa’s news media.
“Digitalisation has the potential to alleviate some of Africa’s greatest economic and structural challenges,” says Ecobank’s Ade Ayeyemi
Dedicated China-Africa arbitration bodies are bypassing international courts to settle commercial disputes.
A UN report on happiness says that Africa stands out as the most unhappy continent.