The Abraaj Group has announced the acquisition of a stake in La Flèche Bleue Algérienne SPA (FBA), through one of its funds.
Fitch Ratings said it expects GDP growth of five per cent in 2015 for the region, and that it should remain resilient to lower oil prices.
Chris Yelland writes how South Africa is not experiencing an energy ‘crisis’ but rather a serious management failure.
Geoff Blount, argues that over the long term company performance tends to be average and is driven more by economics than other factors.
Africa’s natural resources have attracted large investment from China. However, questions over the continent’s gains remain a concern.
It has been a long and winding political road for Zimbabwean Justice Minister Emmerson ‘The Crocodile’ Mnangagwa.
There’s a buzz in South Africa as most citizens are hoping that the SME Master Plan will be the vehicle to their economic freedom.
A report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development states that 34 of the world’s 48 least developed counties are in Africa.
The United States is set to host yet another Power Africa summit to advance private sector participation in Africa’s power sector.
Nissan Motor Co said on Tuesday it is recalling about 470,000 sport utility vehicles and cars globally for possible fuel leaks.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has fired his long-time deputy Joice Mujuru and several of her allies.
Where will South Africa’s spark of development come from? At the microlevel, how is the fabled growth of "5%-6%" achieved?
A South African court acquitted Briton Shrien Dewani on Monday.
A growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa is enticing European and South African insurers to buy local firms.
A U.N. peacekeeper in Liberia has contracted Ebola and is being treated at a clinic in the capital, Monrovia.
The Elders reflect on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela.
Billionaire Nigerian business man, Aliko Dangote was on Thursday named as the Forbes Africa Person of the Year 2014.
About 51 per cent of South Africans with an internet access, shop online with Kenya having between 18-24 per cent online purchases.
Some of the world’s fastest growing economies are on the African continent. However, only few feel the benefits of the growth.
The Africa United campaign has been launched by several actors and sports organisations to help fight the spread of Ebola.