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Will commodity prices rebound in 2018?

At the end of 2016, many commentators were bullish about the prospects of commodity prices rallying this year due to the world’s major producers cutting supply to bolster prices and Donald Trump’s plans for an American infrastructure boom.…

Africa’s hotel industry booms

During the Africa Hotel Investment Forum hosted in Rwanda in October, delegates from across Africa’s hospitality sector were toasting a bumper year for African tourism and travel. …

Ghana’s new banking regulations shake up sector

On 14th August, the Bank of Ghana (BoG), the country’s central bank, approved a deal which saw Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) take over the deposits and some of the assets of UT Bank and Capital Bank.…

Asia-Africa Report: Demystifying the dragon in Africa

When the Chinese government agreed to fund the TAZARA Railway connecting Tanzania and Zambia to the tune of RMB988m ($147m) in 1970, few would have predicted that the Asian nation would become Africa’s most important economic partner.…

Uber’s ambition is to be everywhere

Uber launched in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2013 with the aim of bringing the company’s disruptive technology to the potentially lucrative African market.…

Tanzania: Magufuli’s high-stakes gamble

When Tanzania’s President John Magufuli implemented an export ban on gold and copper ore in March, many in the country applauded the leader for taking his war on corruption and waste to the mining industry.…