Despite falling oil prices, Cameroon is scaling up production and expanding its refinery capacity.
The global drop in oil prices is forcing a rethink on projects for companies involved in offshore exploration.
Liquefied natural gas projects look likely to come on stream across East Africa after delays.
Changes at the top of Nigeria’s state-owned National Petroleum Corporation are signs the sector is starting to make bold reforms.
Low oil prices have had a big impact on government finances.
In an exclusive interview, Africa’s richest and arguably most successful entrepreneur talks about his firm’s rapid expansion and the future of the Nigerian economy.
Though the Nigerian economy is not out of the woods yet, the administration has instituted measures to stimulate growth.
A woman walking with a nearly 2-metre-wide, pillow-shaped inflatable blue bag on her back tends to get the locals looking in Addis Ababa.
The former South African president, and chairman of the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows, argues that the time is right to make progress.
Despite claims by the presidency and his supporters, not having any ministers for the first four months of an administration is not normal.