International engagement with Africa has evolved over time, although it has not put the region on a path toward sustainable growth and development. Continued failure could expose the world to a new age of pandemics, terror, and mass migration
420 entrepreneurs from 119 small and medium enterprises participated in the incubator’s entrepreneurship development program focused on getting their companies to desired standards in the oil and gas industry
Africa is on the verge of an unemployment crisis portending profound economic, political, and social ramifications. But the crisis can be averted, and one of the solutions may be as simple as turning on the lights
A China-Africa Cooperation project has connected 500 villages across the country to digital satellite television in a bid to widen digital migration coverage and increase access to information and knowledge for the poor in rural areas
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the US government development finance institution, is lending $100m to telecom company Africell Holdings Limited to expand its mobile telephone and internet services in its countries of operation
Combined loans of all commercial banks grew at their fastest rate in 32 months in September 2018, thanks to credit for the purchase of non-durable goods and services, livestock and crop production, and retail trade
Uganda’s economy posted its slowest growth since early 2017 in the three months to the end of June as the trade and repairs sub-sector contracted while expansion in manufacturing and education cooled down.