Amidst the lowest growth level in sub-Saharan Africa in more than two decades, a report predicts unemployment will rise to 201-million worldwide.
The victory was a rare one in Africa, where very few such protests ever yield a compromise or a change of course.
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.
As World Economic Forum Africa meets in Cape Town, a jobs ranking where Zambia, Botswana and Cameroon are stars
All the growth ideas will ultimately be anchored by the strength of the region’s skills.
An estimated 23 million youths are expected to enter the African labour market this year.
Why they don’t want to leave: Kenya, South Africa and Uganda top destinations for expats, new survey
In Nigeria, expatriates earn the highest annual salaries globally, while expats like Uganda for the friendliness of locals.
Bad news for African farmers—your job is being taken over by a robot. Teachers and pastors are safe, for now
The humble office assistant is also at risk, but the continent’s battalion of money-minting pastors are here to stay, a new study reveals
South Africa's problem could be that it's economy is too "modern". It is over-financialised, but also over-formalised compared to rest of Africa.
ONLY 16% of sub-Saharan Africans feel like they are thriving in terms of supportive relationships or love in their lives
By 2040 Africa’s working-age population will be the largest in the world at 1 billion, 10m young Africans joining the labour market every year