The World Economic Forum for Africa is over for another year and delegates will return to their countries with positive memories ...
There has been a clear shift in perceived solutions to Africa’s “energy poverty”, reports Siseko Njobeni.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa told journalists that the SA delegation would return home with renewed confidence that the ...
Africa is set for a resurgence in initial public offers as early as next year, as market demand improves.
President Barack Obama’s administration is re-evaluating its trade relations with the world’s poorest continent.
Removing barriers to trade and lifting tariffs have been mooted as tools to improve Africa’s economy.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa reinforces the message that South Africa is open for business, during talks at the WEF Africa summit.
Digitisation is causing a revolution in banking in more ways than one.
Mark Surman, the executive director of the Mozilla Foundation, chats to Business Report about Internet literacy in Africa.
The rapid economic growth in a number of African countries has not translated into an increase in production, says WEF chief ...
Lohini Moodley, a partner at McKinsey & Company’s Johannesburg office, discusses gender diversity with Business Report.
Violence continues to hold back development and generate significant costs to African governments, business and societies, writes Anton du Plessis.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies downplays the significance of Egypt overtaking South Africa as the second-largest economy in the continent.
It is just a matter of time before Africa lifted its ambitions above catching up with the rest of the world and start leading.
Africa needs more private investments to strengthen its economy and to fast track the growth of the continent.