Panel revises figures upwards, and the money is not leaving continent in plastic bags: Kinshasa, we have a problem
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.
Tax avoidance by big companies costs Africa tens of billions of dollars in revenue every year, continent's leaders say at big meeting in Addis.
These African nations lead in throwing away donor feeding bottles - Botswana, Mali are stars, 'poor' Nigeria trails
UN-sponsored Ethiopia conference could go many ways, but few expect Africa to be the winner, leaving self-sufficiency as the only way out
The continent is integrating in the global economy in new ways, but this comes with its own challenges, including crafty transationals
The three epidemic-hit countries are 'less than one percent of the (regional) economy, so the fundamentals of the 99% should not change'.