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Chevrolet Volt

Chevy Volt's designer, Jelani Aliyu, has been appointed boss of Nigeria's automobile agency (Infographic)

Nigeria’s government has long talked about diversifying its oil-dependent economy but it’s actions have not always matched the bluster.

Rita Kavashe, Managing Director, GM East Africa

General Motors East Africa to double truck output on construction boom, says MD

A construction boom in Kenya has fueled a rise in commercial truck sales for market leader General Motors, which is investing $7.9 million in 2016 to upgrade its assembly plant in Nairobi and more than double output, a senior executive said on Thursday.

Two Rivers, Nairobi, Kenya: The development is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Centum.

Centum Investment Company - Building Value in Kenya: Ryan Hoover, Investment Analyst, Africa Capital Group

It’s gut check time for Kenya investors. The Nairobi Securities Exchange’s main index has lost 31.7% in U.S. dollar terms since the start of the year in response to security concerns, China’s slowing growth, and a brief experiment with a 5% capital gains tax.

There were 66,000 BWM-3 series produced in South Africa in 2013. Of those made for export, the cars were sent to Japan, Australia, Singapore, as well as sub-Saharan Africa.

Car makers in the driving seat of South Africa's economy

The smells of oil, tires and hard work surround Monwabisi Bokwe as he stands on the Volkswagen production line.

The 2015 Nissan Armada. Nissan, in a joint venture with the Stallion Group

Automobile assembly revs up in Nigeria

The first made-in-Nigeria passenger cars for decades rolled off factory lots in Lagos State in June, marking what authorities hope is the beginning of a new era for automotive assembly in the country.