Urbanization could be a major driving force for African economic growth, writes Ibrahim Assane Mayaki.
African governments must not just focus on increasing their food production but on creating quality products that can compete globally.
Without the tail winds of sustained global growth and high commodity prices, African economies need to increase their competitiveness if they are to offer more opportunities to their peo...
Euvin Naidoo explores the opportunities available for investors, entrepreneurs and companies in countries across Africa.
Two in three Africans do not have access to energy. That's keeping people on the continent poor.
Calestous Juma on how Africa, which imports nearly 83% of the food it consumes, can feed itself.
Donald P. Kaberuka and Acha Leke look at the challenges and opportunities faced by Africa economies.
African economies will have to get to grips with how the informal economy works and how it can be improved, writes Carl Manlan.
Tax abuse is a scourge on our global community, but especially for Africa, says Oxfam's Winnie Byanyima.
Simplice A. Asongu argues that Africa should develop the four pillars of a knowledge economy.
From first-world-war relic to symbol of a new era of travel in Africa, helium-powered airships are making a comeback.
For years, development efforts in Africa have focused on commodities. Instead, we should be looking to science and technology.
Africa is no doubt facing economic headwinds, but it still remains the second fastest growing continent with six of the fastest growing economies in the world.
Vultures don't appear on most people's safari checklist, but they play an essential role in our ecosystem.
NASA has launched a hub in Niger that will use space-based observations to boost crop production in a region hit hard by climate change.