Africa’s state-owned airlines have such a troubled record that it is surprising governments persist in setting them up, but one striking success story suggests they could enjoy a better future.
Comar, CEO Mustapha Azaiez, talks to African Banker about the company’s strategy in West Africa region and the success its new operation has already chalked up.
Africa’s need for infrastructure grows ever more pressing but raising finance for projects has been very difficult. However, progress things are beginning to change.
Many agreements have been signed in Africa, but who has been monitoring their effects?
With the World Bank predicting 2.1% growth this year, Nigeria’s minister of industry sees a combination of reform and rising oil prices taking the country forward.
President Buhari has announced that he will run for office again in the 2019 general election, but his record to date may hinder his chances of success.
Short-term losses will be outweighed by long-term gains for countries participating in the Continental Free Trade Area, says the coordinator of the African Trade Policy Centre.
Sierra Leone commemorated its 57th independence anniversary on Friday under a new leader, President Julius Maada Bio, who was elected into office only last month. …
An International Conference for the Saving of Lake Chad took place recently in Abuja, Nigeria, aimed to draw global attention to the complex humanitarian crisis caused by the lake’s shrinkage over the last 30 years.
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?