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Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos, whose net worth is $3.5 billion, is Africa's richest woman, according to Forbes.

Portugal Dominated Angola for Centuries. Now the Roles Are Reversed

How the roles have reversed: The colonizer, some Portuguese contend, has been colonized.

Chinelo Anohu-Amazu, Director General, Pension Commission of Nigeria (Pencom)

Africa still attractive to investors, says PenCom Head Chinelo Anohu-Amazu

Portfolio flows into Africa may be falling but this marks a readjustment in the way investors interact with the continent, says Chinelo Anohu-Amazu, Head of Nigeria’s National Pension Committee (PenCom).

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.

The Africa Competitiveness Report 2015 - WEF, AfDB, OECD & World Bank

The Africa Competitiveness Report 2015: WEF, AfDB, OECD & World Bank (Infographics & Report)

The Africa Competitiveness Report 2015 comes out at an auspicious moment for the continent. Africa’s solid average growth rate of more than 5 percent over the past 15 years bears witness to the region’s impressive economic potential.

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.