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.
Nigeria’s mining and minerals sector shows signs of recovery as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil.
Oonagh McDonald reveals how the financial markets were rigged in the 2000s and sets out the reforms that still need to be implemented.
FIFA’s plan to clean up African football.
Can Abiy Ahmed keep the peace after the most significant challenge to the country’s new era yet?
Joining the AfCFTA may be Nigeria’s first step towards realising the potential of its business sector.
East African Breweries Limited reaps the rewards of its decision to invest in key assets
Japan provides development assistance to a number of countries in Africa. Tom Collins spoke to representatives of the Japan International …
Japan is seeking to diversify the range of its trade partners in Africa and encouraging SMEs and startups to invest in the continent.
Countries across the continent are racing to develop innovation hubs in a bid to become globally competitive knowledge economies
As the IMF chief prepares to step down in September, what is her legacy and the future of the fund on the continent?
Inflation, currency woes and fuel shortages are taking their toll on gold production.
Rwanda closes border with the DR Congo as second Ebola death confirmed in Goma.