Gas will account for 24% of global power generation by 2040; Mozambique’s projects need to proceed quickly to take advantage of the next market upturn
Strange times: Trump as US president and Leicester win football title - here are 5 also very unlikely events for Africa
Leicester City had a 5,000 to one chance of winning the English league title. The past week has taught us that very improbable things do happen
Africa doesn't come with new stacks of cards or new ideas to the game of world politics. It likes to bring blame, and threats to withdraw
10 reasons to watch Africa in 2016: energy leapfrogs, climate gains, and the fourth industrial revolution
2016 will be a year of transformations – in energy, finance, technology and global partnership. These will have profound effects on Africa
Culture is dynamic, and naming conventions are subject to change too. In fact, they could be a fairly reliable barometer of a changing continent.
Economic pain will likely continue, the China-Africa romance enters a new, more clear-eyed phase, and terror groups on the back pedal
“South Africa will not get back on top. Nigeria will have strong competition and by 2050 may have an economy smaller than DR Congo and Ethiopia.”
INTERVIEW: Peering into the crystal ball; Africa in the next 85 years, according to a leading economist
"Africa's advantage is going to be its youthfulness, as others discover robots do not contribute to social security."
The future of world religion is African, so what would an 'African' Christianity or Islam look like?
Scenarios from the future, including a black pope, married priests, the end of the religious demographic divided, and a return to paganism.
Libya is breaking up. Losing it could be the price that is paid for saving north Africa and the Sahel.
World's most optimistic people live in Africa as rich nations in gloom; Nigeria, Ethiopia, Burkina are top
84% of Nigerian and Ethiopian respondents believe that when their children grow up, they'll be better off financially than their parents.
Twitter hashtag has been trending for days
Latest intelligence report on the next decade ignored Africa, but we tell you the next 10 things to watch for
Highlighting possible trends that will shape Africa’s future, and its relationship to the world, over the next fifteen years.