Ghana is seeking a syndicated loan to reduce budget deficit, while tapping the offshore bond market this year is crucial for Nigeria
Seeking to avoid religious violence, Buhari condemns killing of Nigerian pastor’s wife for 'blasphemy’> David Malingha Doya
Africa’s most populous nation with 180 million people is divided into a largely Christian south and Muslim-dominant north
Country's biggest ever spending plan it meant to wean it off oil, but lawmakers had held it up following glaring errors.
Advances in governance in Africa have stalled since 2008 after nine years of progress, with the 1990s euphoria for democracy said to be stalling.
Tanzania plans to list 49% of power utility this year, to invest $1.2 billion in company over 10 years> David Malingha Doya
Electricity provider to be split it into separate generation, transmission and distribution units
The so-called Standard Gauge Railway Project is Kenya’s biggest investment in infrastructure since it gained independence from Britain in 1963.
Tanzania opposition gamble on controversial ex-premier pays off with biggest slice of Parliament seats ever> David Malingha Doya
The election was “a high-risk, high-reward game for the opposition,” and eventually the end justified the means.
‘For the first time we don’t know who will win’: Tanzania ‘Bulldozer’ faces ex-premier in tight election> David Malingha Doya
The suspense is unlike any other in east African country, despite 50-year history of consistent and peaceful voting. It is bruising.
As some businesses on the continent close, hit by tough times, others will open as people try to make ends meet
South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya - three of the four biggest economies in sub- Saharan Africa - will this week decide on interest rates.