A resurgent Chadian government is taking China’s state-owned oil company to task over allegations of environmental damages.
As illicit flows out of Africa grow, the US is still of two minds on reforms despite strong statements.
Algeria hopes to rival Russia as Europe's energy supplier of choice, with massive state investment in both hydrocarbons and renewable energy.
As post-2015 development goals are formulated, partnerships between the private sector and nonprofits leverage both sectors’ strengths towards targeting health.
As Ebola spreads across west Africa, experimental treatments raise ethical questions and prospects for unexpected windfalls for obscure pharma companies.
High-level partnership between Nigeria’s Aliko Dangote and US private equity giants fuels commercial interest in the continent
The new BRICS development bank will look to fund infrastructure projects across the developing world - and to provide a counterweight to western development institutions.
Increasing agricultural productivity across Africa requires investing in both the technology and the services needed to reach smallholder farmers.
Bitcoin, a kind of alternative digital currency that enables instant, anonymous money transfers using peer-to-peer technology, has stirred up interest in leading financial markets such as the United States and China.
When you add it all up, girls’ education offers a return on investment that compounds over time.
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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