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Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV. Credit: CNN

Mo Abudu: The Nigerian media mogul building a global empire (Video)

How do you get from a talk show sofa to boardroom chair? If you ask Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu, it’s being motivated by an eagerness to dispel ignorance – more specifically about Africa.

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde watches children perform a dance in Abuja during her visit to Nigeria. Photograph: IMF via Getty Images

It's naira or never - Nigeria needs decisive action on its currency: Oluseun Onigbinde, Co-Founder, BudgIT

When Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, visited Nigeria this week, she called for more flexibility on the exchange rate, encouraging those who believe the naira could be devalued again very soon.

The pros and cons of an East African Community (EAC) monetary union

The pros and cons of an East African Community (EAC) monetary union

There has been very vocal interest in regional integration, including monetary integration, in Africa over the decades since independence.

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Record number of African firms join the queues to stock exchanges: 2015 already 'a bumper' year

The continent may have been lower on the agenda than it would have liked at the recently-concluded Davos economic meeting, but African companies are not waiting for external love, with new research showing that firms in the region will this year go public at their fastest rate ever.

The Mercedes Maybach is one of the auto brands popular amongst Nigeria's top one percent

In Lagos, Nigeria, the 1% takes stock

Guests sashayed through the tent doors into a scene of surreal opulence. At the far end of the tent, engulfed by servants, courtiers, national politicians and guards with wires in their ears, the celebrant perched beside his wife on a throne covered with white faux fur, his every move broadcast on flat-screens arrayed around the tent walls.

Mo Abudu, Founder & CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu: How "Africa's Oprah" conquered a continent (Video)

Her name is Mosunmola Abudu, and in the last eight years she’s done it — and then some.

Christine Lagarde, Managing Director (MD), International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Christine Lagarde Expresses Concern That Africa's Sovereign Debt Is Rising

Some African countries have issued too much debt and possible added monetary stimulus in Europe that may boost demand for emerging-market assets could further increase the burden, the International Monetary Fund said.

Joyce Banda, President of Malawi

According to Forbes, the 2 most powerful women in Africa are Joyce Banda and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

4 African women made Forbes’ The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women List.