Nigerian entrepreneur and business leader, Aliko Dangote told investors: "Agriculture, agriculture, agriculture. Africa will become the food basket of the world."
Members of the southern African hospitality industry are rapidly joining the green revolution and its not for show or Google ranking - there are savings to be had and natural vistas to preserve
Vanessa Rogers 16 Aug 2017
The business case for transforming waste to address critical energy shortages is mounting
Webb Meko 8 Aug 2017
The new Musanze hydropower plant is expected to add at least 3.6 megawatts to Rwanda's national grid
Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti 23 Jun 2017
While the road ahead may still present significant challenges, some of Africa's most long-standing internal trade barriers are beginning to show signs of falling. We interview David Williams, Maersk Line Africa chief executive and global head of Safmarine to find out more
Ilse van den Berg 30 May 2017
Sub-Saharan Africa trails the world in government policies that promote sustainable energy
Africa's overall growth has slowed but new research shows long-term fundamentals are strong and there are big business opportunities ahead
The power fails in Rwanda three or four times a day, which, given that it is an exciting emerging economy, could have a detrimental effect
Oil and gas (O&G) discoveries have become a catalyst for investment into
Siphesihle Hlela 5 Aug 2015
Sanlam says it has R3bn in discretionary capital that is earmarked for growth opportunities mainly in Africa and South-East Asia.
Phakamisa Ndzamela 6 Jun 2014
Nyanza Light Metals, a company jointly owned by Arkein International and Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium, said it would build a R4.2bn titanium dioxide pigment production plant in SA, following a favourable prefeasibility study.
Alistair Anderson 9 Jul 2013
Economies in sub-Saharan Africa will ride out the bumpy global recovery in the next few years to post growth rates not seen outside Asia, the IMF said in its latest economic forecasts Tuesday (16 April).
Global legal practice Norton Rose has advised South African insurers expanding into other African countries to look beyond the sector-specific regulatory requirements in the jurisdictions they are entering as failure to do so could undermine their investments.
Phakamisa Ndzamela 20 Mar 2013