Ethiopia’s reforming PM awarded for historic peace deal with Eritrea.
Africa’s first smartphone factory opens its doors in Kigali as the Mara Phone aims to become a leading brand across …
A recent judgment allowing Zambian villagers to pursue their case against Vedanta Resources in UK courts could have important implications for multinational companies doing business in Africa.
Mugabe, who presided over the rise and ruin of a truly independent Zimbabwe, has died.
Inflation, currency woes and fuel shortages are taking their toll on gold production.
Football administration in Africa is mired in poor governance and scandal, but reform moves must come from the continent itself.
As Kenya and Tanzania compete to capture East Africa’s inland trade, rail links from their main ports are playing an increasingly important role.
Brexit uncertainty has renewed the UK’s focus on Africa after several lean years – especially to Francophone and Lusophone markets.
As lithium prices remain under pressure with the surge in global demand for lithium-ion battery vehicles, Wimmer Financial LLP is in talks to finance a lithium mine in Zimbabwe.
The East African seaboard is the last great energy prize going. But its potential is not yet realised.