Kenya’s economy expanded 4.7 percent in the first quarter of this year, down from 5.9 percent in the same period of 2016, the

South Africa’s current account deficit widened to 2.1 percent of GDP in the first quarter of this year from a deficit of 1.7 percent

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) have said that Africa’s

*New public-private partnership models advocated… Despite increased spending on healthcare in the public and private sectors

Barring plunges in oil prices and production cuts, major indicators of the Nigerian economy may be trending towards improvement in

Nigeria is moving out of recession, its budget minister said on Wednesday. “We discussed at length the GDP results just released

Kenya’s current account deficit widened to 7.7 percent of GDP in February from 5.9 percent the same time a year earlier, the

Nigeria’s economy continued its slump and contracted for a fifth consecutive quarter in the three months through March as oil output