Cyril Ramaphosa, South African President said the country needs to take extraordinary measures to boost growth following years of

The centre of gravity of food security may indeed be shifting from the global north to the global south. In this tectonic shift,

The World Bank has urged policymakers in Nigeria to focus on investments that reinforce clusters and economies of scale and optimise

By Kofi Annan… Despite its huge agricultural potential, Africa spends around US$35bn each year on food imports. This number may

The African Development Bank (AfDB) says Africa loses about $50 billion annually to illicit financial flows out of the continent.

African farmers need to leverage science-driven innovations to achieve triple of their current cassava harvest per hectare by 2050,

The World Bank said Wednesday that Sub-Saharan Africa is on course for economic growth of 3.1 percent this year, marginally slower

The world will be better off when Africa takes its true place in the global economy. In that bid, Africa must unlock the hidden

By Agency report… African economies need to transition to knowledge-based ones to sustain rapid economic development and growth,

By Yinka Adegoke “I am going over to London, to learn how English carry dustbin.” Nigerian bandleader Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s 1978