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Africa’s new media influencers

Advertisers are continuously looking for new ways to get their messages in front of consumers, and many advertising dollars have moved to online platforms in Africa.…

Morocco’s aeronautics sector taking off

Morocco’s close geographic proximity to Europe has made the country a perfect platform for American and European businesses looking to move manufacturing offshore to lower costs.…

Africa’s fashion industry comes of age

Africa only accounts for a small portion of the $1.5 trillion global fashion industry, with sub-Saharan Africa’s apparel and footwear market valued at $31bn according to Euromonitor.…

Is an Africa-wide passport within reach?

The free movement of people, goods and services in Africa has been a major goal of both the African Union (AU)since its inception and its predecessor the Organisation of African Unity, which was formed some 63 years ago.…

Fixing Nigeria’s “tomato emergency”

Tomatoes have long been a staple of Nigerian cuisine, with traditional dishes like jollof rice and the simple tomato stew relying on this versatile crop.