Covid-19 has stretched Nigeria’s health system and the country has lagged behind in its capacity to test for the virus, …
As Nigeria’s lockdown takes its toll, many SMEs are struggling to stay afloat while the oil price shock could drastically affect export revenues
With almost 70% of Sierra Leone’s population illiterate and without adequate access to electricity, watching television or listening to the …
Lagos is surrounded by water but most Lagosians use its congested roads to get to work. Dianna Games looks at a scheme that is providing an attractive alternative – commuting by ferry
Small traders in Sierra Leone and Liberia fear a much less effective response to COVID-19 than Ebola
Small traders in Sierra Leone and Liberia fear that the global nature of the COVID-19 crisis will divert much-needed attention and resources away from one of the world’s most vulnerable regions.
African Business reporter Will McBain helped to coach the Gambian boxing team for their Olympic qualifiers. How did they fare amid the jabs and hooks of the Senegal tournament?
Nigeria has risen rapidly in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index in recent years, but many challenges remain. Dianna Games examines the problems still holding the economy back
Nigeria’s need to limit imports and boost domestic production of tomatoes is providing a business opportunity for some of its largest conglomerates, as Linus Unah reports
Renewable energy offers solutions to Nigeria’s chronic energy shortages and big opportunities for investment. Dianna Games reports
The business empire of Africa’s richest man is expanding. Dianna Games analyses the Dangote Group’s moves into oil and its growing operations in food production