While energy supply shortages remain an issue for Africa, rural communities find it hard to accept off-the-grid systems as the solution.
South Sudanese rebels attacked the capital of oil-producing Upper Nile state on Tuesday.
Kenya's High Court blocked government agencies from pursuing claims of abuse of office against the head of the central bank.
State fragility is more than just about regional or civil conflict and is characterised by a country’s challenges.
Protesters have shut gas and oil pipelines from Libya's Wafa oilfield, and are threatening to block another line from El Sharara field.
Foreign governments and global companies have begun to enlarge their African footprint by expanding into the continent.
EFF's Julius Malema has been placed under "provisional sequestration".
President Jacob Zuma has set May 7 as the date for general elections in which his ruling ANC is likely to extend its 20 year rule.
The global beauty industry continues to experience exponential growth despite changes in global consumer spending.
Mauritius, unlike other emerging markets, is yet to raise their interest rate to curb currency collapse but faces the pressure to do so.
The macroeconomic outlook for developed economies continues to grow positive but it could have different implications for emerging markets.
South African clothing retailer Foschini Group is expanding its West African presence and plans to enter Ghana with four stores.