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For decades, the aid and development sectors in Africa have been dominated by Western countries who have channeled billions of dollars through international organizations like the World Bank, IMF and the United Nations. Today, amid anemic economic growth in...
Africa’s most sought-after employers are increasingly recognizing that diversity is a key driver of performance, recent data has shown. Indeed, the business case for diversity is compelling with an increasing number of global studies, including recent research by McKinsey, demonstrating...
Eric Olander and Cobus van Staden are the duo behind the China Africa Project and hosts of the weekly China in Africa Podcast. They’re here to answer your most pressing, puzzling, even politically incorrect questions about all things related to...
By Mfonobong Nsehe There are 25 African billionaires this year, up from 24 last year. Nigerian businessmen Femi Otedola and Abdulsamad Rabiu failed to make the cut this year. Mohammed Dewji of Tanzania is still the youngest billionaire in Africa with a...
Brand Africa has released the annual Brand Africa 100: Africa’s Best Brands – an annual survey and valuation of the Top 100 brands in Africa. In a representative survey across 19 countries covering every political and economic region, overall,...
In the sleepy, sun-blasted town of De Aar in central South Africa, a mighty force is stirring. The largest solar plant in Africa, Middle East and the Southern hemisphere was inaugurated here earlier this year, a 175-megawatt facility that spreads over almost...
By Omar Ibrahim The days of debt crises and the World Bank telling African nations what to do are over, according to the lender’s president. “One of the things we will never go back to is the bad old days where...
Opening remarks by Kofi Annan, Chair of the Africa Progress Panel, at the launch of “Lights, Power, Action: Electrifying Africa” in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire on 13 March 2017. Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to be with you in...
Nigeria ranks highly among African countries (4th out of 26), with an overall rank of 45th out of 75 countries globally. A strong score for its competitive environment gives it the highest Affordability ranking in Africa and the 12th-highest...
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