Quantifying the size of Africa’s middle class – a defining characteristics of the “Africa Rising” narrative – is not an easy thing to do.
One journalist is changing the scene – the “phantom” Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
Nigerians are once more beginning to relive, reflect on and even debate the events that led to the secessionist conflict that ended in January 1970.
The meeting of Nigerian veteran artist Nike Davies-Okundaye and Liberian-born Bendu Cooper was a meeting of “kindred spirits”.
This month through to February will see South African designer Porky Hefer bring his magic to a wider audience with his first solo exhibition.
As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations we will be selecting articles “from our archives”, in a retrospective that will show what has changed.
Over a beer at Jaware, people’s tongues loosened and they told you things which they would never tell even their close relatives or good friends.
Debt, particularly foreign currency debt, has become an important source of development finance for African economies.
The private investment group, K2L Capital, is gearing for the opening of the Aceria de Angola (ADA), the first
mass-producing steel mill in the central and Southern African region.
With road, rail and air networks unable to cope with the growing need for movement of goods, could the solution lie in an unlikely source – drones?