Cement tycoon fell 25 places on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as the naira fell on its first day of trading without a peg to the US dollar
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
Transport costs are 100% higher in Africa and other things are tough, but these countries are going beyond the talk to their fortunes
Africa has about 165,000 High Net Worth Individuals, with combined wealth holdings of $860 billion
As the rest see difficulties, bullish African business chiefs are snapping up deals—and it's not just about resources
Despite Africa’s recent growth being chalked up to commodity booms, there’s more at work: corporates are more confident, ambitious and resilient.
New factories performed successfully across Africa, and in Nigeria increased sales against the worst economic crisis the country has faced in years
The company will build two new plants in Nigeria within three years, and has got the green light to start building a plant in Nepal
How Africa's 21st century was made: it's the small things, the kitenge route, and 'our' football (Part II)
Africa’s 21st century has not only been made by powerful, imprecise digital forces, it has also been shaped by more concrete, salt-of-the-earth trades
New Oxfam report: Richest 1% own more than the rest of us—and Africans have as much as 30% of their wealth in tax havens
The inequality in South Africa is particularly staggering: just two men own the same amount of wealth as the poorest 50% of the population.
Billionaire Dangote rides in with a $14 billion rescue; to feed Nigeria’s fuel needs as state refineries age
“From Nigeria...down the coast to Senegal and all the countries in between, there’s almost no functional refinery except the one in Ivory Coast"
The continent’s richest are playing it safe, as Americans and Asians make money off unlikely industries and investments
The reality is that the majority of small firms actually do not grow. In fact they fail.
Falling currencies, the plunge in oil prices and flagging stock markets conspire to push seven Africans off the list.
Watch and learn: Inside the stories and trends of Top African Brands that tell us how they made it big
The blend of African fruits and herbs captured the imagination of Nigerian Orijin consumers, who dubbed themselves “Orijinals”.
Firm optimistic that its home market of Nigeria will recover.
We told you about Africa’s private wealth— here’s what we left out.
Not a myth: The total wealth in private African hands is estimated at $2.6 trillion— up from $1.1 trillion in 2000.
From manufacturing, financial services, renewable energy, petrochemicals and mobile data, global and African investors are seeing dollar signs
The year so far: Here are the 10 Africans who've done impressive things, that you must have dinner with
Those that dare to dream big...from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Kenya, Morocco, DR Congo, to Senegal.