Nigeria's minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, tells Natasha Turak that the country is widening its energy portfolio, confronting security challenges, and generally working to reassure nervous investors.
Officials at a recent forum in London explained how Kenya is one of Africa's economic stars, and is attracting investment through its open and stable economy. However, security issues and a creaking infrastructure are still a cause for concern, as Sebastian Shehadi reports.
Facebook's 'Free Basics' programme, which is intended to provide free internet access to developing countries, may be stuttering but the need for web access in the poorest areas of Africa remains urgent.
Zambia and Zimbabwe kick off joint Batoka Gorge project by naming the African Development Bank as lead adviser.
Liquid Telecom CEO Nic Rudnik has declared his ambition to connect Africa to a fibre network.
A vote by Congress to allow lawsuits against Saudi Arabia could jeopardise promised investment, reports Sebastian Shehadi.
China's investment into Africa continues to rise, with a significant increase so far in 2016 on last year's total, reports Simon Curtis.
Kenya is now second only to South Africa in the continent’s FDI ranking thanks to its best year since fDi Markets records began.
The CEO of Gajah Investment Group tells Natasha Turak that his company's hands-on, flexible approach to its African projects makes them less risky to investors.
A report by Ogilvy & Mather has identified an emerging middle class that will drive consumer trends and social change over the next 10 years. Stemming largely from Asian countries such as India, Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh, these emerging consumers are increasingly female, young and 'progressive' Muslims. Natasha Turak reports.
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