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

Nigeria’s rising and diversifying oil trading company, Taleveras, along with international oil company, ExxonMobil and United Kingdom

Despite a pervading rise in non-performing loans and thinning interest margins, Nigeria’s top lenders are doing relatively well more

Mauritian banks are becoming beacons of growth and stability in sub-Saharan Africa. Unscathed by the vagaries of the oil price and