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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.

Isondo will produce fuel cell compontents using platinum as a catalyst

South Africa targets auto sector with fuel cell plant

Africa’s first fuel cell component plant using platinum as a catalyst will start production by December aiming to take advantage of rising demand for clean energy cars.

Nissan Pathfinder: Nissan is one of a handful of vehicle manufacturers now assembling automobiles in Nigeria

Nigeria will be Africa's next automotive hub (Report): PwC

Nigeria has the potential to become the hub of Africa’s automotive industry. Home to an estimated 170 million people, over 40 million of who are in the growing middle class, the continent’s largest economy is increasingly seen as an attractive destination for investors across all sectors.

Nissan Pathfinder: Nissan is one of the car makers that recently started building cars in Nigeria.

Nigeria Targets 80% Local Manufacturing in Auto Industry

Nigeria plans to raise the portion of local manufacturing in the automotive industry to 80 percent by 2023 as Africa’s most populous country seeks to cut imports and diversify the economy away from oil, the industry regulator said.

Nigeria should look forward to automobile boom, says PwC (Reuters/Monica Mark)

In 35 years, Nigeria could be the automotive capital of Africa

New data from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) predicts that Nigeria can become a leading automotive hub in Africa by 2050 with an increase in local production and an expansion in new car markets.

Itumeleng Mothibeli manages the mall and 13 other shopping centers that have sprung up to serve a black South African middle class that spends more money than the white middle class

Africans Open Fuller Wallets to the Future

Across sub-Saharan Africa, consumer demand is fueling the continent’s economies in new ways, driving hopes that Africa will emerge as a success story in the coming years comparable to the rise of the East Asian Tigers in the second half of the 20th century.