Ratings agency Fitch warns Nigeria faces a debt mountain because of weak growth.
African Business explores the underreported success stories in Liberia and Sierra Leone following the 2014 Ebola epidemic and the global economic slowdown.
Chinelo Anohu-Amazu, head of Nigeria’s National Pension Committee, explains why investors still view the African market as profitable.
After decades of delay and dispute, Nigeria’s Ajaokuta steel plant could finally be brought into use, providing a much-needed source of industrial production.
As Nigeria’s banks suffer from the collapse in oil prices, Diamond Bank CEO Uzoma Dozie looks to set the bank on a new path.
A crop blight has led to the declaration of a state of emergency in northern Nigeria.
A year after his stunning election victory, Muhammadu Buhari is struggling amid an oil shock and unconventional policy choices.
Local miners in Obuasi are feeling the pain of falling prices, as the country looks to re-energise its lucrative mining sector.
Female migration to Ghana’s cities is driving the need for women’s financial inclusion.
Samuel Ashitey Adjei, the current Managing Director of the Ghana Subsidiary, has been appointed Managing Director for the Group’s recently combined region, Central, Eastern, and Southern African (CESA) Countries.