Africa – and more importantly, African consumers – will be firmly on the global stage in 2014.
An AfDB report shows that many African SMEs have difficulty accessing external financing.
ECA International’s Cost of Living survey highlights the most expensive cities for expatriates.
Managing stress and burnout in employees lowers absenteeism rates, increases productivity and decreases the costs associated with high staff turnover.
Increasing access to the internet has the potential to aid economic growth across the continent.
How we made it in Africa wins Bronze in the Specialist Publisher category of The Bookmarks awards.
CDC invests in Feronia to support the ongoing rehabilitation of a palm oil plantation business.
ICT4Ag conference highlights the importance of ICTs such as mobile phones in growing Africa’s agriculture industry.
Switching to smart machines may streamline business processes and create new types of jobs.
It is vital that shale gas production be accompanied by good environmental planning and management.
“Funds participating in the survey provided effective capital preservation and outperformed equity markets in the region.”
Young people “want the future to be no different from region to region and natural resources to be used wisely by all”.
How we made it in Africa has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for The Bookmarks 2013 awards.
Nigeria’s Interswitch Verve and M-Pesa in Kenya are mobile payment systems online merchants need to know how to use.
The continent could start to attract manufacturing companies that require lower-skilled labour.