African Banker


Nigerian banking at 60

The Nigerian banking sector has undergone an astonishing metamorphosis over the past 60 years, going from bank failures, fraud and scams to becoming one of Africa’s strongest industries, with some of the continent’s most significant and progressive banks and bankers.

Secrecy fuels forex worries in Tanzania

The secrecy that has surrounded Tanzania’s controversial approach to tackling the Covid-19 pandemic – the country has not released national statistics since 29 April – appears to have extended to its management of the country’s foreign reserves.