(These are recent developments across Africa worth noting.) Canadian companies affected as Burkina Faso cancels mining permits The military … More
Renewed talks on controversial Ethiopian dam Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan renewed talks on the Grand Renaissance Dam being built by … More
There’s Work to do as Canada Rethinks Africa Strategy Canada is rethinking its Africa strategy. That, in itself, is an acknowledgment that … More
It’s no secret that Jumia is struggling. Jumia listed in New York, rather than Nairobi or Lagos, because it was by far the most sensible business decision in the face of the continent’s weak capital markets and stock exchanges.
By Jude Fejokwu MTN Nigeria finally listed 20.4 billion shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) (after being compelled to … More
Inclement weather incidents, a new Islamist insurgency, a recalcitrant rebel movement and potentials as the world’s third-biggest gas exporter are … More
Zimbabwe’s first-ever election without Robert Mugabe, the country’s only president from independence in 1980 until his ouster last year, was … More