Kenya’s upcoming elections could be the beginning of a shift from ethnic to class and issue-based politics.
Companies are moving their production back to developed countries. This is jeopardising the decades-long progress in global poverty reduction.
The honeymoon for Zambia’s president is almost over, and his handling of tough economic challenges will be the test.
Kenyan startup Taz Technologies, the firm behind digitised mail service technology application MPost, has announced plans to speed up its expansion into the Sub-Saharan region to tap into opportunities presented by the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
The legitimacy of SWAPO, the former liberation movement that has governed since 1990, has been eroded amid growing corruption and a deepening economic crisis.
Magufuli took a populist approach in trying to woo voters away from an invigorated opposition, and when that didn’t work he reported to oppressive tactics.
Stringent restrictions could stifle innovation among mobile money operators and hinder access to financial services.
They shouted, they interrupted, they insulted – and not entirely in equal measure. But Biden and Trump also touched on the issues occasionally. Our panel of experts analyzed three key exchanges.
With the right leadership, mindset and policies African countries can achieve, even exceed, the growth and development successes of Asian counterparts.