Namibia has equivalent of 80% of its GDP in pension funds. Overall Africa has $1 trillion in pension funds lying idle and not being properly managed
'Electricity is like blood in your body': to tap into the digital revolution, Africa needs power, summit hears
African governments "should do for the energy sector what they did for mobile telephony: you deregulate, you privatise, you incentivise"
Modern credit cards have been around for nearly seven decades, and less than half that time on the African continent
Building institutional capacity is the key to an African success story
Barclays announced last month that it will sell down its 62.3% interest in Barclays Africa to 20% over the next two to three years
And it's not all about the money.
Africa's complicated economy—one country will grow 40% in just five years, another expects 212% inflation
Even the numbers about the continent are never dull.
Ivory Coast, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal and Tanzania are all expected to grow at impressive rates of between 6-7% or more this year and next
The consortium includes the Public Investment Corp. (PIC), Africa’s biggest money manager, which oversees more than $119 billion
' Lagos-London is the eighth-fastest growing private-jet route in the world, and if you go to Wilson airport in Nairobi, it’s full of private jets.'
Sudan's economy would streak past Angola, while Tanzania would also just pip Kenya as East Africa’s largest economy
What crisis? Investors see opportunities as African assets turn cheap in dollar terms as commodity prices fell and local currencies weaken.
Remittances to the continent have risen from $11 billion in 2000 to over $62 billion in 2014, exceeding official development aid
Between a rock and a hard place: S. Africa, Nigeria, Angola, Ghana central banks to announce key interest rates
Growth or inflation? This is the question for continent's big economies this week as commodity prices remain low and investors remain risk averse
This index is really what Africa should be tracking carefully to keep it ahead of the Chinese contagion that threatens to engulf continent
World Bank lays down the prospects for the continent in 2016: Countries like Ivory Coast, Rwanda and Tanzania will continue to chalk up robust growth
Debate continues: Why Africa Isn't Rising, resource curse and how everyone - including the west, World Bank - is all in on it
New book looks to go beyond the tales of spectacular venality among Africa's "Big Men" to show how the continent’s development is really being sapped
Nigeria and South Africa lose ground, while Botswana, Angola and Ethiopia only countries to move up--but just.
India –Africa trade which stood at just $5 billion about a decade ago is forecast to surpass $100 billion this year. And Africa can look within.