By Onome Amuge Sub-Saharan economies have for a long time been plagued by foreign exchange shortages, especially against the US

By Onome Amuge The International Monetary Fund (IMF), says policy makers in sub-Saharan Africa have been weighed by difficult choices 

By Cynthia Ezekwe   Sunny Varkey, founder of the Global Teacher Prize, and Global Independent Schools Association(GISA) has

BY Onome Amuge & Grace Airhule. Internet affordability and its diverse application in sub-Saharan Africa have over the years been

BY CHUKS OLUIGBO Service providers around the world are speedily switching to fifth generation technology (5G), the latest innovation

Nigeria’s ratio of tax to GDP is below that of other large sub-Saharan economies according to the International Monetary

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

Tech giant Google announced Thursday the launch of a new product, Google Go, an app built specifically for the African market to users

By Kurt Davis Oil prices are tanking. Oil prices are rising. Oil prices are tanking again. Oil prices are rising again. It is the

With the exception of Ghana, inflation in most sub-Saharan African economies moderated in December with a remarkable decline in