Ghana and Nigeria are the first countries to respond to reports of European companies exploiting weak fuel standards in Africa.
'The misfortune of some makes for the happiness of others'--oil cash-starved Algeria starts wooing the investors it has long ignored.
Ghana and Ivory Coast want a bigger cut of world chocolate billions—why their 'CHOCPEC' tie-up could be a game changer
An OPEC for cocoa? The two countries are the kings of cocoa, but of the $100 billion chocolate products raked globally they got just $8 billion.
Resource curse: 'We were unable to diversify our economy, and we can [now] only afford to live within our means
Buhari will travel on to Qatar. Analysts says its probable Nigeria could establish a bridge for negotiations between rivals Riyadh and Tehran
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
“The current prices are unfair and are having an impact on the economies of African countries,” says Libya oil minister Mashallah Zwai.
The price of Brent crude has dropped 30% since June, and African exporters are feeling the heat - Nigeria has just announced a currency devaluation