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Despite being the fountainhead for much of the continent’s corruption, natural resources have for ages been the core of many African economies. And, notwithstanding market vola... >>
Somalia's newly elected president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly called Farmaajo, faces a daunting task ahead as he tries to put together the first fully functioning centr... >>
Africa's youth population is projected to double from the current 480 million to 840 million by 2050. Unless employment opportunities are created for them, this rapidly growing y... >>
Rwanda has the distinction of often being labeled the ‘Singapore of Africa’. With its clean streets, intolerance to corruption and an impressive economic growth that has ... >>
Nigeria may have reclaimed its position as Africa’s top oil producer beating Angola. Angola had led the African oil producing countries with its 1.7 million barrels of crude oi... >>
In Novusumzi Masala’s life, there are 13 of everything – 13 pairs of battered shoes scattered around her tiny two-bedroom house, 13 bowls stacked high above her sink, 13 ... >>
The number of billionaires in Africa— and the size of their fortunes — continues to drop. On this year's list, Forbes is only including African billionaires living in... >>
Gambia has been thrown into a state of anxiety and confusion after long serving leader Yahya Jammeh annulled last week's presidential election result, citing irregularities. ... >>
With a depressed global commodities market, threats from climate change and limited access to agricultural finance, the economies of many African countries are under a great deal of ... >>
Africa’s plans for a Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA), as a means to facilitate trade and build productive capacities for industrialization, was the focus once again of atten... >>
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