Africa lags behind the rest of the world in farmer productivity, how do we fix this?
S.A's banking sector at economic and political test
Creating a strategic plan for Africa
SA needs $8bn for water and sanitation projects, are investors biting?
Young people can and are speeding up the response to climate change.
The same technology that enables cybercrime in Nigeria is also the very tool that can transform the lives of millions of young people in the country.
In order to prevent another catastrophe on the scale of Ebola, Africa should capitalise on the current momentum to nurture innovation and build its capacity to detect, respond to and contain infectious disease outbreaks.
Without urgent action to address stagnating levels of competitiveness, Africa’s economies will not create enough jobs for the young people entering the job market.
The opportunities presented by emerging technology breakthroughs are vast. They have the potential, when combined and connected, to transform our manufacturing and production systems, entire business models, our economic outlook, the future of employment and even our stewardship of the world around us.
How can the growth engine in Sub-Saharan African be restarted, asks Abebe Aemro Selassie, Director of the African Department (AFR) at the International Monetary Fund.
One of the key issues to be discussed at the World Economic Forum – Africa gathering this week is the ongoing development of capital...
Electronic payments offer a highway to Africa's future growth.
Africa's entrepreneurs are booming but lack finance from banks. This is how investors can create a supportive environment for entrepreneurs.
By 2040, Africa is expected to have the largest workforce in the world, 40% of which will consist of young people.
Mugabe was a panellist on a debate about fragile states
The circular economy is an innovative solution that can be implemented to deal with global challenges.
“In Liberia, a woman’s place is in the market, the church, the kitchen, or the bed. But not for one little girl,” Helene Cooper writes.
When all is said and done, successful implementation will depend on Africans shared values and identity.
How the pharmaceutical industry can work with other partners – including other private sector companies, government, and faith-based organistions – to overcome access issues in poor countries.