Ugandan TV journalist Nancy Kacungira has won the first BBC World News Komla Dumor Award for Africa-based journalists.
Africa50 has held its first constitutive General Assembly this Wednesday 29 July 2015 in Casablanca Africa50, the new and innovative infrastructure investment…
Donald Kaberuka, the outgoing president of the African Development Bank (AfDB), has cautioned African countries to heed lessons from the Greek debt crisis and consolidate economic stability, with growth in the continent set to be driven by increased public expenditure.
The African Development Bank raised almost $1 billion in contributions from regional governments for a fund to develop roads, ports and energy projects, said Donald Kaberuka, the institution’s outgoing president.
The outgoing President of the African Development Bank has pledged to continue working for Africa after serving the Bank for a decade.
After six rounds of voting that saw off seven candidates from across the region, Nigeria’s outgoing Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has been elected to serve as the next president of the African Development Bank (AfDB).
Akinwumi Adesina, Nigeria’s minister of agriculture and rural planning will succeed Rwanda’s Donald Kaberuka as the next president of The African Development Bank (AfDB).
This week, the African Development Bank (AfDB), the World Bank of Africa if you like, will elect a new president to replace Donald Kaberuka, a former Rwandan finance minister, who steps down on August 31 after a decade in charge.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) will elect a new president at the end of the month as its current leader, Donald Kaberuka, steps down after a decade in charge.
Cristina Duarte, the finance minister from Cape Verde who is the first woman to stand for the presidency of the African Development Bank, said the lender should encourage wealth generated in Africa to stay on the continent.
While many of the world’s most advanced economies suffered historic setbacks following the 2009 financial crisis, overall African economies fared well.
The African Development Bank should increase private sector lending to curb widening inequality on the continent, according to Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, Nigeria’s candidate to be the next president of the lender.
Today, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and MasterCard announced a broad collaboration that aims to expand financial inclusion across the African continent.
Kenya’s is the latest in a series of rebasings that have reinforced investors’ perception of the area’s growth potential.