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Green White Green (Movie)

Nollywood: Nigeria stands out at the Toronto International Film Festival

Nigerian filmmakers, producers and actors are hoping a spotlight on Lagos at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will open Nollywood up to the world.

The Wedding Party (Movie)

Check out the 8 Nollywood movies taking this year's Toronto International Film Festival by storm (Photos & Videos)

“Lagos is entirely unique,” said Cameron Bailey the programme curator in a statement. “The city of Fela Kuti’s music has also given birth to one of the world’s most vibrant film industries.

Luanda, Angola’s capital city. Angola is rich in national resources, particularly oil and gas.

Angola's capital Luanda remains 'most expensive city' for expats in Mercer's 2015 Cost of Living ranking

The Angolan capital, Luanda, remains the world’s most expensive city for expatriates, according to an annual survey by consultancy Mercer.

Kigali, Rwanda

Kigali, Rwanda: 2014 was year of growth, says mayor Fidele Ndayisaba

The Mayor of City of Kigali, Rwanda, Fidele Ndayisaba, last week talked to The New Times Kenneth Agutamba on a wide range of issues during an exclusive interview at his office, last week.

Oscar Onyema, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange

Nigeria's mobile phone companies move closer to listings on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

The Nigerian Stock Exchange said it’s making headway in persuading the four mobile-phone companies in Africa’s largest economy to sell their shares

Oscar Onyema, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)

Nigerian Stock Exchange joins the World Federation of Exchanges

The Nigerian Stock Exchange became a full member of the World Federation of Exchanges on Tuesday, just as it prepares to woo Asian fund managers.

Uber

Uber launches in Lagos as it expands further into Africa

The popular San Francisco- based car ordering service Uber has just launched in Lagos, Nigeria.

Samsung Africa

Samsung to invest in South African plant to capitalize on Africa, the world's fastest-growing mobile phone market

Samsung Electronics Co. (005930), the world’s largest smartphone maker, will open a plant in South Africa, a Trade and Industry Department official said.