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Engen’s innovative strategy is a marketing tool and a way of growing its business.
“It definitely takes a strong heart to decide to work in South Sudan.”
What the suspension of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s governor means for the bank and the country’s financial sector.
Many Africans living abroad have returned to the continent to set up companies. But how have their expectations compared to the reality?
The government is urging Sierra Leoneans to decrease their over reliance on rice by eating other crops.
“I think agriculture is definitely one of the biggest growth areas for Africa.”
Talking prviate equity in Africa with Phatisa’s Stuart Bradley.
Mobile is a big opportunity for the advertising industry and it will transform how brands engage with consumers.
Sub-Saharan Africa will remain on a positive growth trajectory, attracting companies from across the world.
Within two days from the time flowers are cut at Kenya’s flower farms they are available for sale in markets such as Sweden.
In order to gain success in African markets, multinational companies need to become truly local.
Why do some of the world’s most resource rich countries have the poorest populations?
Anita Powell on city governments being the front line of democracy.
Nigeria’s Dangote Cement is building a plant in Kenya, which analysts warn will shake up the market.
The Africa Progress Panel reports that Africa loses more through illicit outflows than it receives through foreign investment.