The North African country readies to issue its first Islamic bond
Kenya’s parliament approves all 16 of President Kenyatta’s cabinet nominees, establishing a government of technocrats
Agricultural imports are on the rise, as African economies struggle to meet growing demand
Thousands of South Africa gold miners suffering from silicosis, a respiratory disease, are seeking damages from the mining industry.
The APP highlights shady corporate practice as inequality in resource rich countries shows little sign of budging
African governments must use bond revenues to address critical growth constraints, while global conditions are in their favour.
South Africa's government wants to expand the black empowerment programme and crack down on company's avoidance tricks.
Africa's biggest economy has long promised a change to its carbon-intensive energy mix. A successful tender process is making that dream a reality.
Given the limited size and depth of local stock markets, Africa-focused private equity is seeing a surge in investor interest
Improved performance in environmental, social and corporate governance gives companies a competitive edge, argues Georg Kell
Interview with Elsie Kanza, Director and Head of Africa World Economic Forum, speaks to Lanre Akinola, Editor of This Is Africa, ahead of WEF 2013. Visit www.thisisafricaonline.com/wef for more exclusive coverage of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town from May 8 - 10.
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