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Aliko Dangote on latest cover of Bloomberg Markets

Africa's richest man is on the latest cover of Bloomberg Markets: Check out his wide-ranging interview

Dangote, who was worth $12.3 billion as of mid-August, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, is modest in his personal life but bold in business.

Aliko Dangote, Chairman, Dangote Group

Africa's Richest Man to Invest Up to $50 Billion in U.S., Europe

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, plans to invest $20 billion to $50 billion in the U.S. and Europe by 2025, in industries including renewable energy and petrochemicals.

The True Size of Africa

Boston Schools Use Modernized Maps That Enlarge Africa, Depict World More Accurately (Photos)

In the original map, Greenland appears bigger than Africa. In reality, it is 14 times smaller.

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari. Credit: Yahoo/Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images

Fool Nigeria Once, Shame on You. Fool Nigeria Twice ...

It’s been a tough year for Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. The mood in Africa’s most populous nation is a far cry from the euphoria that greeted his historic 2015 election.

These 6 Sectors of Africa's Economy Are Poised for Growth - McKinsey

These 6 sectors of Africa's economy are poised for growth: McKinsey

In 2011, we published an article in HBR examining the surprisingly rapid growth of African economies and consumer markets.

Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa

South Africa joins emerging markets wave of sovereign bond sales

South Africa is preparing its first sale of debt this year as global investors including BlackRock and Pimco declare that emerging markets represent a buying opportunity after three years of underperformance.

Building in Banana Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Nigeria's Lagos among top five best cities to buy property in right now

When considering real estate investment opportunities, people normally think of western cities like London and New York.

Do you speak African - Well, neither do Africa's 1.1 billion people

Do you speak African? (Video)

Do you speak African? Well, neither do the 1 billion people on the continent. Africa is not a country. This might come as a surprise to some.

Founder of InaTidé and Head of Energy and Natural Resources at FBN Capital. Credit: rolake.iprofile360.com

Nigerian entrepreneur aims to plug energy project funding gaps with new startup

One characteristic the Mint economies share is that they have younger populations than their more economically developed counterparts around the world.

Why WhatsApp is South Africa's favorite app

Why WhatsApp is South Africa's favorite app (Infographic)

As WhatsApp launches its web app for iOS – porting the 900 million-strong messaging service to allow iPhone users to send and receive messages through a browser – the top country it’s used in (South Africa) offers a timely reminder of just how good a messaging service it is.

Walmart: From Arkansas to Lagos (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

Walmart is planning to open retail outlets in Nigeria

Walmart, the world’s largest retailer by revenue, is in advanced talks to open big box stores in Lagos, Nigeria’s economic hub.

South Africa is a hidden emerging market play: Philippe Langham, Head of Emerging Markets Equities, RBC GAM

South Africa is a hidden emerging market play: Philippe Langham, Head of Emerging Markets Equities, RBC GAM

Philippines, Chile and South Africa offer interesting investment opportunities that are not fully exploited by emerging market investors.

The “next” BRICs: The MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey) and the PINEs (the Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Ethiopia)

Why are businesses shifting focus to emerging markets like the MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey) and PINEs (the Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Ethiopia)?

In 2013, McKinsey & Company predicted that by 2025 almost 230 Fortune Global 500 companies would be based in cities in the emerging markets.

Nigeria is projected to be the first African country to hit $1 trillion in GDP by 2030

Nigeria is projected to be the first African country to hit $1 trillion in GDP by 2030

Nigeria’s economy will more than double in the next 15 years, according to projections from the United States Department of Agriculture.

South Africa's Brait to pay $1B for control of Richard Branson co-owned Virgin Active, in biggest M&A deal from Africa so far this year.

South Africa's Brait to pay $1B for control of Richard Branson co-owned Virgin Active, in biggest M&A deal from Africa so far this year

South African investment house Brait SE (BATJ.J) is to pay 682 million pounds ($1 billion) for a controlling stake in gym group Virgin Active, Brait said on Thursday, seeking to tap the growing health-conscious middle classes particularly in Africa and Asia.

Eko Atlantic City, Lagos, Nigeria (Illustration)

Nigeria will be among world's 20 largest economies by 2030 (Infographic)

Take a peek at the new world that awaits us. Get ready for a new economic order. In the world 15 years from now, the U.S. will be far less dominant, several emerging markets will catapult into prominence, and some of the largest European economies will be slipping behind.

Number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals in Africa to surge

Number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals in Africa to increase

The number of ultra-high net worth individuals – those with at least $30m in assets – in Africa will increase by a staggering 59% over the next 10 years, stronger than the 34% projected global growth.

Mansion in Cape Town, South Africa

High-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) from Africa set to double by 2025: Knight Frank's 2015 Wealth Report

African individuals with 30 million US dollars in assets is set to more than double over the next decade, this is according to The Wealth Report 2015.

Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group

Kenya named Africa's best investment hub: Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group

Kenya has been named the best African emerging economy to invest in due to accelerated infrastructure development and a stable political and macroeconomic environment.

Jim O'Neill, former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management

MINT country Nigeria has a lot of exciting investment opportunities: Jim O'Neill, former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management

In spite of seeming tensions in Nigeria, as its general election looms, renowned global investor and former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Dr. Jim O’Neill, has advised investors not to be distracted, insisting that Nigeria has a lot of exciting investment opportunities.

Filled oil drums are seen at Royal Dutch Shell Plc's lubricants blending plant in the town of Torzhok, north-west of Tver, in this November 7, 2014 file photo. Credit: Reuters/Sergei Karpukhin/Files

Shell to pay out $83M to settle Nigeria oil spill claims

Royal Dutch Shell will pay out 55 million pounds ($83.4 million) in compensation for two oil spills in Nigeria in 2008 after agreeing a settlement with the affected community.

Porsche Panamera

Nigeria: The next big frontier for luxury

The ‘Africa Rising’ narrative, driven primarily by the region’s high growth rates, has captured a great deal of attention from global businesses. High growth rates in Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria, have been fueling growth in the country’s luxury market.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa

Africa Fashion Week Showcases the Continent’s Best Talent (Video)

The growing trend of Fashion Weeks across the African continent challenges the notion that global fashion starts in the northern hemisphere.

Cao Baogang (right), vice-president of China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) China-Africa Construction Limited, shakes hands with Nigeria's Transport Minister, Idris Audu Umar, after signing a contract for a railway project in Nigeria in Abuja on November 19, 2014.

China signs its largest overseas contract with $12B Nigeria railway deal

China has secured its biggest overseas engineering contract with a deal worth almost US$12 billion to build a railway in Nigeria.

Nigerian Real Estate

High stakes for high reward? Real estate funds come to Africa

High stakes for high return, if you can stick it out for the long term – investors are buying into a boom in sub-Saharan African real estate.

Ifeoluwa Florence Otedola, Tourism Ambassador, Fascinating Nigeria

Fascinating Nigeria Tourism Ambassador, Ifeoluwa Florence Otedola, at the Financial Times (FT) Business of Luxury Summit 2014 in Mexico City (Video)

At the most recent FT Business of Luxury Summit held in Mexico City on 11-13 May 2014, the “Next 15″ emerging markets were showcased as the next wave of growth opportunities for luxury products and services.

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff welcomes Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

The BRICS alliance makes no sense at all. So what?

The leaders of the BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—are meeting for their sixth annual summit in Fortaleza, Brazil (in case you were wondering what Vladimir Putin was doing at the World Cup final).

Nigerian Football (Soccer) Fans

Nigeria: The World's Most Crazed Soccer Nation

Nigeria can make a strong case for recognition as the most soccer-crazed country in the world.

Issa Hayatou, President, Confederation of African Football (CAF)

Africa seeks to force FIFA’s hand with success in Brazil

Africa’s hopes of increased future World Cup representation rest heavily on achievement in Brazil this year where five countries seek to break new ground and force FIFA’s hand.