Bringing data closer to internet users will reduce costs, improve speeds and help to boost the ICT sector, writes Liam Taylor in Kampala
Zimbabwe’s lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus looks set to damage an already-battered economy and poses serious problems for impoverished traders
We discuss with venture capitalist and futurist Musa Kalenga the opportunities and challenges for tech in Africa, particularly how to widen digital inclusion.
Mozambique’s agricultural and industrial sectors hold great potential for growth, but its business environment will remain challenging if reforms are not properly implemented. Luís Fonseca reports
The end of the border closure between Rwanda and Uganda hinges on settling the issue of Rwandan rebels allegedly based in Ugandan territory.
Investors need look no further, says Fabio Scala – if you are looking to invest long-term in Africa, Mozambique is the place to be
Current exploration and investment decisions could make Mozambique one of the world’s 10 largest exporters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) within a decade
Centum, East Africa’s largest publicly listed investment firm, seems to have the Midas touch – turning everything it comes into contact with into gold. James Mworia, the company’s CEO, tells Tom Collins why the Kenya’s consumer-oriented policy is such a boon for investors
The interest rate cap, imposed by the Central Bank of Kenya in September 2016, was finally removed in November last year, much to the relief of bankers. A few months down the line, what has been the effect on banks as well as their customers?
Forget the old, negative narratives about African difference – if the continent is currently diverging from the rest of the world it is for positive reasons