Global investors are keen to buy the eurobonds being issued by African sovereigns, but could growing debts presage a return to the bad old days?
The mobile industry in West Africa is forecast to contribute more than $50 billion annually to the region’s economy by 2022, according to a new …
The financial industry in West Africa, particularly in Nigeria and Ghana, can sleep a lot more easily now than it has been able to do …
Sierra Leoneans went to the polls on 7 March. The incumbent president, Ernest Bai Koroma, will not be on the ballot. This is no mean …
Initiatives such as the Women’s Investment Club in Senegal are leading the way in helping Africans to take control of their own economic destiny.
Ghana’s cocoa board is planning to boost yields in order to increase production of the crop, which provides the backbone of the rural economy.
Senegal has become the second country in the world to launch a national digital currency.
African foreign investment projects fell by 12.3% in 2016, despite growth in real estate and transport financing.
Rio Tinto’s decision to abandon the Simandou iron ore mine in Guinea shows the risk of investing in difficult economic environment.
Africa’s healthcare sector, which is worth $35bn, presents a great opportunity for informed investor, according to law firm Gowling WLG.