Business News In Africa Shaping The Course Of Development
South Africa’s Former Biggest Non-Food Retailer Is Hungry For Acquisitions

Another day, another loss-making South African company. This time, its Edcon, the country’s

African Nations Have Finally Awoken To The Digital Tax Dash

Digital taxes are all the rave these days. All over the world, governments

Elephants Aren’t The Only Things Dying Off In Botswana

Botswana, the world capital of African elephants, is currently trying to discover what’s

How The Pandemic Put Nigeria’s USD 1.5 Bn Bubbly Nightlife Scene In A Coma

As the coronavirus pandemic began to spread in Nigeria in March, three Nigerian


Like South Africa, Like Namibia: Another National Airline Hits Rock Bottom

The never-ending woes of South Africa’s national carrier, South African Airways (SAA), is

Shutting Down A Stock Exchange Amidst A Crisis Is A Bad Idea

In what the government said is a move to save its currency, the

Kenya Airways’ Rightsizing Exercise May Not Be As Easy As Its Pay Cut Move

As the coronavirus pandemic takes its heavy toll on the world’s aviation industry,

Uchumi, A Kenyan Homegrown Retail Brand, Is Still Struggling With Debt

The fall of Nakumatt has to be one of the best-known sagas in