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The US-Africa Leaders Summit revived debate on America’s efforts to catch up with China’s growing influence in Africa.
The economic payoff of greater connectivity could be immense.
There is another side to the Nigeria story that has been overshadowed by the recent headlines.
Forecast to grow at 8% per year over the next five years, Mozambique is benefiting from mineral wealth and infrastructure development.
DHL highlights opportunities for African entrepreneurs and SMEs in the continent.
South Africa ranked as only African country in A.T. Kearney’s top 25 most attractive FDI markets.
Banks and microfinance firms charge prohibitively high interest rates and attach onerous requirements to loans.
Looking beyond Lagos at potential for consumer facing companies in Nigerian cities.
The Trans-African Highway, a road network linking Africa’s major cities, is far from complete, 43 years on.
Nasser Sattar looks at the realities of Africa’s growth story.
Investment flows into Africa often don’t match up to the positive sentiment about the continent.
Africa is on the move. Here are factors that will underpin growth in the continent’s commercial real estate industry.
East Africa’s star has been shining bright, but what does the future hold for the region?
The countries of North Africa trade and invest less in each other’s economies than any other region in the world.
Better farming methods and political commitment are ways to improve the agricultural industry.