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Sandton City, Johannesburg, South Africa

Sandton: Africa's richest square mile?

Sandton Central, without doubt, has become the most important business and financial node in South Africa, and plausibly sub-Saharan Africa.

Uber expands food delivery business UberEats into South Africa

Uber expands food delivery business UberEats into South Africa

Uber Technologies started its UberEats food delivery service in South Africa last Thursday before it expands in the rest of the country and into the continent.

Tony Allen

Lagos calling: Tony Allen opens up Nigeria's music scene

If you want a city that’s a modern musical powerhouse, you don’t need to think of London or Los Angeles or New York.

Under the deal, Diageo is selling a 42% stake in DHN Drinks Ltd. and a 15% stake in Namibia Breweries to Heineken. Photographer: Adam Berry/Bloomberg

Diageo Dissolves Heineken Venture to Go Solo in South Africa

Diageo Plc said it’s dissolving a joint venture with Heineken NV in South Africa and neighboring Namibia three years earlier than planned so the world’s largest distiller can fully own its operations in those countries.

The businessman and art collector Sindika Dokolo in Porto, Portugal. Credit Patricia de Melo Moreira for The New York Times.

Husband of one of Africa's richest women fights for African art

Sindika Dokolo, a Congolese businessman and art collector, is on a crusade to force Western museums, art dealers and auction houses to return Africa’s art, particularly works that might have been removed illegally during the colonial era.

Quick facts about travel to Ethiopia

Check out these quick facts about travel to and from Ethiopia, courtesy of Jovago (Infographic)

Check out this infographic showing some quick facts about travel to and from Ethiopia, courtesy of Jovago.

Siep Hiemstra, President, Heineken Middle East and Africa

Nigeria's Potential Outweighs Risk: Siep Hiemstra, President, Heineken Middle East & Africa

Heineken NV (HEIA), the world’s third-biggest brewer, said the potential of the Nigerian market outweighs the security risk caused by deadly bombings in Africa’s biggest economy.