Africa may be a continent on the rise, but so are its debts and deficits.
Kenya and Ghana are both investing billions in building pre-planned tech hubs - but are ICT megacities the best way to support the continent’s growing tech movement?
In the oil rich Niger Delta, kidnapping may be on the wane but oil theft is a growing problem - and so long as mass poverty and unemployment persist, so will security risks.
Development cooperation is not only about money - it is also about the transfer of knowledge and experience.
Southeast Asian economy Singapore hopes to position itself as a portal between Africa and the region - but will Africa’s capacity constraints slow the process?
Could unused portions of the TV and radio spectrum be the answer to getting Africa online?
East African leaders and UN officials bullish on responsible investment to break Great Lakes’ cycles of violence.
Main street invests in Africa’s stocks: Nile fund’s Larry Seruma on the continent’s modernising equity markets
Main Street investors can now own a portfolio of Africa’s fastest growing stocks with as little as $1000 – the minimum investment required for the Nile Pan African fund, a US based mutual fund offering the public targeted allocations in African equities.
“Rather than industrialising, many believe that the manufacturing sector in Africa has contracted. Yet a careful scrutiny of the recent facts indicates this is not so.”
Africa’s economies projected to grow through 2014 - 2015, but lack of public goods might stunt region’s ‘rise’, according to 2014 African Economic Outlook report.
Graça Machel on women's empowerment in Africa
Graça Machel talks to This Is Africa about her work empowering women across Africa and globally on the side of the 2015 Skoll World Forum.
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