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CEOs launch initiative to fast-track investment into Africa’s infrastructure

Africa needs to scale up infrastructural projects to attract FDIs

The state of infrastructure in the continent was one of the challenges the region is facing and to attract the much needed FDIs.
Burkina Faso army enters capital to disarm coup leaders

Why Africa should prioritise safety and security?

Increasing terror attacks should be a wake up call for African countries to priorities security.
Reformed youth of Kenya branch out to protect forests

The truth about Africa’s rising middle class

Income growth in Africa may not be as fast as some have expected, but the trend is very much alive.
Forbes Africa journalist wins two Zimeo Excellence in Media Awards

Forbes Africa journalist wins two Zimeo Excellence in Media Awards

Caboz won the technology and maritime economy category.
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UN, AU, EU raise alarm on Burundi crisis spreading

The United Nations, African Union and European Union warned that Burundi's divisions threatened to create a deep and violent crisis.
The Dead Port That Rose Again

The Dead Port That Rose Again

The Port of Maputo, one of Africa’s great comebacks.
Nigeria's cenbank injects dollars into banking system-regulator

EU launches $2 bn emergency fund for Africa to combat migration

E.U leaders launched trust fund for Africa with an initial $2 billion to combat the poverty and conflicts driving migration to Europe.
Five enter FIFA presidency race; Bility

Five enter FIFA presidency race; Bility, Platini sidelined

FIFA has approved five candidates for its February presidential election amid the worst crisis in its history.
S.Africa’s new power plant to help ease load shedding

What Africa needs to do to fix its energy crisis

What is the panacea to Africa's energy crisis?
EU offers Africa aid

EU offers Africa aid, easier travel for migrant help

EU leaders offered African counterparts aid and better access to Europe at a summit in return for help curbing chaotic migration.
Europe hopes to stall migration at meeting with Africa

Europe hopes to stall migration at meeting with Africa

EU leaders meet African counterparts on Malta on Wednesday, hoping pledges of cash and other aid can slow the flow of migrants.

New MTN boss hints at cut to $5.2 bln Nigeria fine

Head of South Africa's MTN has hinted that he would seek to reduce a $5.2 billion fine imposed by the Nigerian authorities.
U.N. warns Burundi violence could escalate to mass atrocities

U.N. warns Burundi violence could escalate to mass atrocities

United Nations warned on Monday that violence in Burundi is in danger of escalating to mass atrocity crimes.
How Islamic social financing could address poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa

How Islamic social financing could address poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa

How Islamic social finance could address poverty and access to finance in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Over a third of Africans are excluded from the financial system

Over a third of Africans are excluded from the financial system

How is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation helping those excluded in the mainstream financial system.
MTN’s Chief Executive Sifiso Dabengwa resigns

MTN’s Chief Executive Sifiso Dabengwa resigns

MTN's woes worsen as CEO Dabengwa resigns.

Your next co-worker could be a robot

Unless the conversation changes and we start to perceive our lives in a world of artificial intelligence we will be left behind.
Wanted... the All-African CEO

The crisis in Tunisia’s biggest party

Differences between currents in the party have led to the emergence of two main factions.
S.Africa’s business community engages with Eskom

Key to succeeding in Africa

What is required for a business to succeed in Africa?
Lessons for S.Africa companies doing business in the rest of Africa

Lessons for S.Africa companies doing business in the rest of Africa

Companies intending to invest into Africa need to strive for government buy-in.
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