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In October, Kenya-based investment company Centum will open the largest shopping mall in East Africa.
KPMG’s Dapo Okubadejo argues US private equity houses are more bullish than European counterparts.
The film production of The Queen of Katwe, about a young chess prodigy, has sparked new popularity for the game.
Nakumatt Holdings is a significant player in East Africa’s retail sector, generating $700m in annual gross revenues.
A look at some of the challenges facing e-commerce in Cameroon, and the solutions one online marketplace uses to tackle them.
Oyelaja Oyekan tells How we made it in Africa about his inspiration for starting PrayerBox and his entrepreneurial journey.
It is an uphill battle for Ethiopia’s young tech entrepreneurs.
Kenyan retailer not fazed by foreign competition.
Ethiopia’s financial services industry is one of the least developed in the region.
Regional ICT integration is very much on the agenda.
How we made it in Africa talks to chef Yohanis Hailemariam.
“The biggest risk is Chinese manufacturers.”
Tom Jackson looks at the most important developments in Africa’s technology industry.
Selling pizza in a country where traditional foods are very popular is no easy task.
The massive drop in petroleum prices may be a blessing in disguise for many African countries.