Other companies may be seeking to challenge its domination of the market, but Uber’s GM for sub-Saharan Africa is confident of his company’s future.
With over $6bn injected into key segments of Nigeria’s foreign exchange market in six months, the economy is regaining its high dollar-liquidity status.
Nigeria’s vice-president is receiving praise for his economic management during President Buhari’s medical absence, but what lies ahead?
The shale industry is increasingly acting as the price regulator for oil. This is not good news for Africa’s producers of crude.
Even if a deal brokered by Russia and Saudi Arabia to slash global oil output succeeds, there is little prospect of a return to 2014 prices.
The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority talks to African Business about her career and the challenges facing her organisation.
Payroll fraud is a costly problem across the continent, but there are ways to prevent it.
Tight foreign exchange controls and the central bank’s developmentalist policies may have done Nigeria’s economy more harm than good.
In an increasingly cashless society, Nigeria’s traditional banking sector is coming under challenge.
Formerly one of the world’s best performing frontier capital markets, Nigeria’s bourse is struggling.