'In terms of the continent we are not even close, forget about crisis, we are not even close to a debt burden, especially external debt: top official
'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"
Eating the intra-African trade pudding: Uganda, South Africa top as neighbours drive Kenya’s tourism recovery
Proving Africa will reap from trading with itself, vacationers from Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and Ethiopia have shored up Kenya's tourism
Remittances to the continent have risen from $11 billion in 2000 to over $62 billion in 2014, exceeding official development aid
“It’s not all doom and gloom at all, Africa is not unraveling by any means”
Africa searches for renewable energy billions—as China does big deal with Zimbabwe for good old coal
Western nations keen on financing clean energy, but as Zimbabwe deal shows, the continent's power needs are too immediate.
Electricity everywhere in Africa in 10 years? No problem says new AfDB chief, we can find $55bn for it
At least 620 million people have no access to power on the continent, including vast populations in South Sudan, Somalia and DR Congo.
15 things Africa could do with the $106 billion cash from deal between world’s two biggest beer makers
The takeover of South African-born SABMiller by Anheuser-Busch InBev has gripped the world. Africa could put that kind of megabrew money to good use.
The continent contributes just 2% of all greenhouse gas emissions, but most climate funding tends to favour Asian countries like India and China.
Investors seeking ‘clarity’ might be better off looking at the electricity supply--and not only whether the vote is stolen.
The deal is the first initiative Nigeria's Akinwumi Adesina has announced in his new role as head of Africa's leading development financier.
In March Adesina pitched ideas such as an “African Google”, a transnational electricity market, and a regional stock exchange.
The UN Economic Commission for Africa report estimated that illicit flows of money from Africa could be as much as $50 billion a year.