To fix it, first acknowledge that it is broken. In his state of the nation address, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa agreed the country’s economy is in bad shape and needs urgent rescue. Can his government, divided on many issues, deliver? Analysis by Mushtak Parker
As global institutional investors switch decisively away from oil and gas and seek green investments, the green bonds revolution is sweeping across African stock exchanges and creating new opportunities for investment banks and project developers.
Kganyago says that any reform programme must be undertaken with safeguards to protect the losers.
The future of Botswana’s diamond-dominated economy lies in the outcome of talks between its government and
the world’s biggest diamond company.
African Business looks forward to 2020, with analysis of political and economic trends and predictions of what lies ahead from the region’s top economists.
After years of ANC interference and indulgence of the airline, this time, government is playing hardball.
In an exclusive interview Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank underlines the urgency to accelerate investment in Africa.
Botswana’s minister of investment, trade and industry outlines the new government’s priorities going forward.
How can Africa’s new trading bloc avoid its own “Brexit”?
Fintech operator 4G Capital is boosting accessibility to financial products for those underserved in traditional markets, including SMEs.