Ecotourism is no longer a buzzword invented in the 1990s. For Rwanda, it represents a vital stream of income which helps to preserve its natural wonders and boost its carbon-free credentials
Derek Campbell, Chief Executive Officer of Energy & Natural Resource Security, Inc, on the challenges and solutions to protecting energy infrastructure
Whether you’re looking for the culturally fascinating, a captivating wildlife scene or welcoming tourist offerings, Eswatini holds much of the best that Africa has to offer
A preview of our interview with SAP Africa's Managing Director Cathy Smith
Mastercard Foundation has taken it upon itself to help address the stark, growing problem of youth unemployment on the continent. Kim Kerr, Director of Regional Programs, explains why
With the 2019 edition of AfricaCom on the horizon, we spoke to the event orgniser to find out what lies in store for delegates in Cape Town
We find out about how the END Fund is leading the debate on ending neglected diseases to enable Africa’s prosperity
How the The African Continental Free Trade Agreement can be impacted by technology such as cryptocurrencies
Without technological constraints, more people from across Africa are free to innovate and create on the global stage; democratisation of energy is necessary to enable Africans to move into the digital age.
The Women's International Shipping and Trading Association is working to address the gender imbalance of a historically male-dominated industry. Clare Gomes, President of the South Africa chapter, tells us more
Delving into the African Development Bank’s African Economic Outlook 2019 report and its analysis on the region’s rapidly growing labour force
For Safaricom, success is not dictated by finances and statistics. It is determined by a wider purpose of catalysing community development and supporting socioeconomic strides
Africa’s oldest republic is full of charm, natural beauty and an energised population eager to fulfil the nation’s undoubted economic potential, a journey which tourism has its part to play in
Thami Moatshe discusses her journey in what has been a finance industry traditionally dominated by men
Take advantage of early registration with the discount code AO10 for next year's Mining Indaba
Visa is launching She’s Next, Empowered by Visa, in Africa, to encourage female micro-and small-business owners as they fund, run and grow their businesses across the continent.
Africa faces several challenges; it currently carries almost a quarter of the.
West Africa’s newest mine expected to produce 30,000-40,000 ounces in 2019 and contribute to total consolidated production of 300,000-350,000 ounces in 2020
Guardrisk Group Mauritius, through its specialised offering of cell captive insurance and reinsurance services, is safeguarding the future of businesses across its home nation and further afield