Tom Burgis’s new book follows the dirty money that is flooding the global economy, emboldening dictators and poisoning democracies.
Covid-19 has speeded up existing trends in Africa’s telecoms sector and Orange is positioning itself to capitalise on these shifts, says the company’s CEO for MEA, Alioune Ndiaye.
With a rapid increase in demand for wood in sectors from construction to household furniture, is there anything Kenya can do to ensure a better supply?
A borrower’s club at macro level based on the principles of microfinance originated by Grameen Bank could give African countries the fiscal space they need in the wake of Covid-19.
Despite its potential for producing milk in large quantities, Nigeria still spends between $1.2bn and $1.5bn a year on imports.
As African industrialisation progresses and Covid-19 impacts on long supply chains, the notion that African economies should produce more locally is gaining traction.
Somaliland has yet to gain recognition as an independent state, but the development of Berbera Port shows that foreign investors have faith in this breakaway region of Somalia.
Will the October peace deal between Sudan’s transitional government and rebel groups have a positive impact on the oil sector in neighbouring South Sudan?