Kenyan mobile network operator Safaricom shares rose by 9% on Friday, September 7, after the Ethiopian government granted the tech

EGYPT IS A GOLDMINE in the literal sense as it is a country rich in gold. To crown that even further, it discovered another swathe of

BY OLUKAYODE OYELEYE IF THOSE 45 LEGENDARY American musicians who came together and sang, “We are the World, We are the Children,” in

Ben Eguzozie, in Port Harcourt   Board of directors of the African Development Fund (ADF) has given approval to a grant of $31.2

By Samson Echenim  Nigeria’s two biggest cargo handling companies, NAHCO and SAHCO are currently at each other’s neck over

South Africa’s MTN Group and Vodacom Group have expressed interest in the Ethiopian market, following the announcement by the East

African Fine Coffees Association said coffee production output could almost double in the next five years in the black continent as

Marriott International Tuesday announced a further $8.5 million expansion plan in Africa with seven new hotel signings, just as it

Nigeria, Africa’s economy by gross domestic products and its most populous, sits in pole position among the continent’s

Dangote Cement Plc, controlled by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, said it may shut its operations in Ethiopia if authorities in