Africa has everything needed to be a leader in this coming digital revolution.
The IMF says Africa will remain the world's second-fastest growing region, but should we be worried about the continent’s economic growth?
The GDP of 25 African countries is expected to grow 5% annually between now and 2025. How can the continent sustain such high growth?
Two of Africa’s leading entrepreneurs explain how policy-makers can help other innovators on the continent.
What happens when a powerful, old elite is confronted with a new generation of aspiring African leaders?
Forget Silicon Valley, it's all about Silicon Savannah. Tech in Africa is about to take off.
A look at some major project completed in Africa in 2015, and some that are ongoing.
Only 40% of Africans have a reliable energy supply, and just 20% have internet access. But the coming digital revolution will transform the continent.
In the US, businesses have stood up for LGBT rights. It’s time they do the same in Africa, says Bisi Alimi.
Africa’s cities are urbanizing at a blistering pace. That could create some big challenges – unless policy-makers act now.
If Africa can get more women in science, tech, engineering and maths, it could master the digital revolution, writes Bineta Diop.
"Good leaders don't fall from the sky," writes Fred Swaniker. His innovative model of education is helping develop Africa’s next generation of leaders.
How to follow #af16 via our social media channels, how to embed live broadcasts, and how to access the photographs taken during the event.
China has been the economic success story of the past three decades. If African countries can break down regional economic barriers, they could be next.
These African economies have the highest GDP per capita, according to the IMF.