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“Experts, private sector debate carbon trading rules”

William Ruto's government is gathering feedback from experts on its carbon credit

An Agenda to Enhance the Efficacy of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)

By Dr. Francis Mangeni The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) expires

From The Economist: Western values are steadily diverging from the rest of the world’s

People’s principles were expected to align as countries got richer. What happened?

Strong opening for Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” on murders of Native Americans

206-minute 'Killers of the Flower Moon" is the latest movie by filmmaker

How Africa can attract tech investment beyond the “Big Four

Kenya, Egypt, South Africa and Nigeria continue to lead for VC investment,

African Finance Summit: Challenges and opportunities for a booming sector

The African financial world has grown considerably in recent years but not

FIFA opens sub-Saharan Africa TV bidding for World Cups

FIFA has opened bidding for the sub-Saharan African media rights to the

“Ramaphosa Declares Public Holiday to Celebrate South Africa’s World Cup Rugby Win”

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa declared a public holiday to celebrate the Springboks’ victory

South African president deploys army to tackle illegal mining

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has given the green light for 3,300

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The Soaring Ambitions Of West Africa’s Aviation Industry.

The African aviation sector has long been rife with challenges like infrastructural deficiencies and complex regulatory landscapes. Yet, I find it now to be brimming with untapped potential as a wave of transformation

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Google, Tesla, Apple: Blow for activists as US court dismisses child labour cases

The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit refused to hold Alphabet (Google), Apple, Dell, Microsoft, and Tesla

Ghana’s Akufo-Addo wants Africa’s stash of cash brought back home from abroad

“Reserves” do not usually include less liquid national assets overseas, such as diplomatic holdings of buildings, sovereign wealth fund investments,

UNECA’s Claver Gatete: “We need to focus on a practical, collaborative and regional approach”

The role of financial institutions is critical. Our traditional institutions, such as the World Bank, the African Development Bank, and

Africa’s Eurobonds market roars back to life

The Covid-19 pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine, and the surge in global interest rates have had a severe impact on

Invest in African movies or miss out on the film market of the future

Opinion by Sarudzayi Marufu/African Business Filmmakers in Africa are used to going it alone. Long overlooked by international studios as

To shape Africa’s future, ramp up investments in youth education and leadership

Youth leadership is also the key to tackling the challenges to multilateralism, which underpins democracy, equity, the rule of law,

Africa’s debt crisis needs a bold new approach: expert outlines a way forward

Total external debts as a share of Africa’s export earnings increased from 74.5% in 2010 to 140% in 2022. In

Wagner Group is now Africa Corps. What this means for Russia’s operations on the continent

In Libya and Mali, Russia is unlikely to yield ground due to enduring geopolitical objectives. These include generating revenue from