The South Korean state aggressively transformed the economy towards export-orientated businesses.
Interview with Benedict Oramah, president of Afreximbank speaks to reporter Andy Tyler.
Jon Marks and David Slater of Africa Energy Live Data, draw on the company’s database of over 5,300 projects to review the state of Africa’s …
The advance of innovation in both technology and finance makes this an exciting – if challenging – time for the African energy and power market. …
The Chinese model of state-led development is seen by many as the way to bring greater prosperity to Africa, but can it be relied upon to deliver?
The Millennium Challenge Corporation made headlines when it suspended an aid project, but it insists that its conditional approach to aid is sound.
The British public may be increasingly sceptical about foreign ties, but a UK development minister says African relationships must be maintained.
Five years after a bitter civil war, Côte d’Ivoire is emerging as a rare investment bright spot in West Africa, but challenges remain.
Ethiopia’s government has mitigated some of the fallout of the country’s worst drought in decades – but such achievements appear precarious at best.
If the country is to prove more than an imitation of an Asian ‘tiger’, the pace of economic diversification and regional integration must be accelerated.