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Switched on: Africa’s broadcasting revolution

Africa’s rapidly growing population offers an attractive market for broadcasters and advertisers, but the growth of mobile technology, the slow switch from analogue to digital and muted economic growth all pose challenges for the industry, as David Thomas reports.

NBA launches multi-million dollar push into Africa

With Africa’s youth demographic providing a huge potential source of both fans and players for professional basketball, the US’s National Basketball Association (NBA) has ambitious plans for expansion across the continent, as David Thomas reports.

Exclusive interview with Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister

Zimbabwe’s economic performance continues to be disappointing, but finance minister Mthuli Ncube insists that if the country can stay the course, his economic reforms will bring about the changes its citizens are longing for.

UK brings a new focus to Africa

The visit of British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt to five African countries in April could mark the beginning of renewed efforts to cultivate trade with the continent.

IMF’s Argentina woes hold warning for Africa

The stigma attached to IMF bailouts has waned in Africa, but as Argentina’s experience shows, governments should be wary of seeing them as a fix for their economic problems.…