Ugandans hoping to travel abroad have been left stranded after the country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs ran out of stock for ordinary passports.
June 12 is the World Day Against Child Labour. The UN estimates that 168 million children are being put to work globally.
The contract is part of a drive by the Nigerian government to privatise its dilapidated state assets.
Martin Luther reformed the Christian church to prevent the marketing of religion. But in Africa, the debate over blending God and cash is very timely
Poachers wiped out Rwanda's rhino population. Now a new set from South Africa is expected to help the economy.
Ghana and Nigeria are the first countries to respond to reports of European companies exploiting weak fuel standards in Africa.
The boom of the middle class debate is therefore a remarkable symptom of our decade
Human rights abuses in the diamond industry in Zimbabwe could easily be avoided.
A report from the outward investment and trade mission to Ethiopia
As British Prime Minister Theresa May is slated to trigger formal Brexit talks, African nations are gearing up for negotiations of their own.
Global ride sharing app Uber, is experiencing different development trajectories in its two major African markets, Kenya and South Africa.
Weeks after a fresh wave of xenophobic protests, SA's Institute for Race Relations released a report highlighting immigrants' entrepreneurial skills.
On Monday, Nigerian citizens were warned against non-essential travel to the US.
Around 20 000 elephants are killed in Africa every year for their tusks, costing the tourism sector millions of dollars, says conservation group WWF
The latest figures showed that the gross domestic product shrunk by 1.5% last year, largely due to oil production disruptions
An economist and former central bank governor, Mahamudu Bawumia, was sworn in as vice president.
Africa’s megacities absorb a significant share of national populations.
Lack of industry confidence may be the biggest challenge for young female entrepreneurs.
Rampant e-fraud in Nigeria’s banking system is making it hard to persuade more people to open bank accounts.
They offer financial services and migrants use them to send remittances home.