Africa’s vast skies are being mastered by the “Big 6”: Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways, Arik Air, EgyptAir, Kenya Airways and Royal Air Maroc.
The first Nigerian to do the North Pole Marathon tells the BBC how proud she felt to plant her country’s flag in the snow at the end of the race.
Ivory Coast is hoping to achieve double-digit economic growth this year and every year until 2020, Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan said on Tuesday.
Nigeria’s Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, on Tuesday emerged the new president of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum, GECF.
Nigeria has called on investors and the ICT community in Qatar to take advantage of investment opportunities in the country, especially in broadband.
Qatar National Bank SAQ, the Middle East’s biggest lender by market value, bought stock in Togo-based Ecobank Transnational Inc. (ETI) for the second time this month to become its top shareholder with a 23.5 percent stake.
Qatar National Bank QSC, the largest Arab bank, acquired a 12.5 percent stake in Lome, Togo-based Ecobank Transnational Inc. (ETI), marking its first acquisition in sub-Saharan Africa.
Johannesburg, South Africa 15th July 2014 Emirates, a global connector of people and places today announced that it will introduce a fourth daily flight between Dubai and Johannesburg effective 26th October 2014, lifting to seven the number of daily flights to South Africa.
Nigeria is receiving a large influx in foreign portfolio flows in spite of investors’ unease following the terror campaign of Boko Haram, after a closely-tracked index provider increased significantly the weighing of Africa’s largest economy.
Companies such as Guaranty Trust Bank, Zenith Bank, and Nigerian Breweries have put Nigeria at the forefront of frontier market opportunities, according to Baring Asset Management.
Africa’s soccer chiefs launched an attack on the media – “notably British” – for what it called “repeated, deliberately hateful, defamatory and degrading attacks” on the integrity of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) “and the entire African continent”.
Many strategists suggest investors forget about emerging markets for now and instead put money in developed economies like the United States and Europe.