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Across sub-Saharan Africa there are towns and cities experiencing fast growth on the back of new mining and oil projects or other business activities.
CTIC Dakar offers training, financing and links with industry players to tech startups in Senegal.
The 2014 Doing Business report ranks the East African country at 32nd place globally in ease of doing business.
Burkina Faso is seeing growth in its agriculture, mining and telecommunications industries.
Mangalis Management is an African hospitality group that wants to put Africa on the map.
How we made it in Africa talks to Carlo Matta, CEO of Ghana-based Laurus Development Partners.
Food production company in Ghana believes it can compete with multinationals.
The demand for shea butter has risen so much in recent years that African producers have started calling for fair prices for their labour.
According to the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2013, Africa is home to three of the top 10 friendliest nations in the world.
For many business people in the continent’s English-speaking countries, Francophone Africa remains a complex region.
In October, we joined a 50-year-old driver from Burkina Faso, on a 750 kilometre journey to highlight the high economic costs faced by landlocked countries.
Olivier Nyirubugara investigates how a self-initiated microcredit system is boosting women’s business opportunities.
Up to an additional seven African nations are expected to start with the commercial production of genetically modified (GM) crops by 2015.