Nigeria will call an extraordinary meeting of OPEC if crude oil prices slip any further, the country's oil minister confirmed.
At least 23 per cent of the Top 100 companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) are owned by black South Africans.
Global management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company says it expects the electricity demand to quadruple by 2040.
Greece formally requested a six-month extension to its euro zone loan agreement on Thursday.
African countries cannot blindly adopt food policy initiatives that spurred the Green Revolution as to promote agricultural development.
South Africa plans to improve its pipelines and ports to allow for more gas imports for use in power generation.
Talks between Greece and euro zone finance ministers over the country's debt crisis broke down on Monday.
The choices that the African continent has made on policy execution may be holding it back, says Shell South Africa chairman, Bonang Mohale.
Presidents from Economic Community of Central African States pledged to create an 87 million dollars fund to fight Boko Haram.
Africa’s economic growth averaging more than five per cent is one of the highest in the world; this is according to a recent report.
Women on the continent must understand the importance of mentorship and networking in order to empower one another.
Access to energy is key to industrialisation in sub-Saharan Africa as well as to the empowerment of women on the continent.
As the world celebrates Valentine’s Day, everyone's got love on their minds.
National carrier Air Mauritius swung to a nine-month pretax loss on Friday.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation speech #SONA2015 in full.
Nedbank, Engen and the Department of Environmental Affairs have injected about 10 million rand towards tree and waste-preneurs.
Climate change has caused much disruption across the African continent, highlighting the need to focus on adapting to climate change.
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment to Action is donating 10 million US dollars to fund smallholder farmers.
Where some see crisis, others see opportunity. This is the heart of the story that has sprung from Africa's power crisis.
A leading banking giant, HSBC helped conceal about 100 billion US dollars in Swiss accounts for most arms dealers and African dictators.