Will Coronavirus Finally Sink the Expected Riches in Africa’s “Frontier” Oil & Gas Markets?
Will Coronavirus Finally Sink the Expected Riches in Africa’s “Frontier” Oil & Gas Markets? The crash in oil andRead more.
Rethinking ‘Victory’ in Counterinsurgency Operations in Nigeria
RETHINKING ‘VICTORY’ IN COUNTERINSURGENCY OPERATIONS IN NIGERIA by Okechukwu C. Iheduru, Ph.D. Read here: iheduru, RETHINKING VICTORY IN COUNTERINSURGENCY INRead more.
Mining and Resources
Kinros Gold Miner Reels From ‘Resource Nationalism’ in Ghana and Mauritania
Kinros Gold Miner Reels From ‘Resource Nationalism’ in Ghana and Mauritania Kinross Gold is the latest miner to beRead more.
Glencore’s Penchant for Murky Business Could Unravel in DR-Congo
Glencore’s Congo Mining Conundrum Miner and commodities trader Glencore is embroiled in a legal tangle over its copper and cobalt operations in Democratic Republic of Congo, where conflictRead more.
Namibia Scraps Plan to Force White-Owned Businesses to Sell 25% Stake to Blacks
Namibia Scraps Plan to Force White-Owned Businesses to Sell 25% Stake to Blacks Namibia has scrapped a clause in its economicRead more.
How Much Is Zambia’s External Debt, Seriously?
How Much Is Zambia’s External Debt, Seriously? Zambia is facing tough questions over its foreign-debt levels from investors whoRead more.
The Ethiopian Multi-Millionaire Who Built Africa’s First Marriott Hotel
Apart from Saudi-Ethiopian billionaire Mohammed Al-Amoudi, Samuel Tafesse is arguably the most popular businessman of Ethiopian origin. The 60-year-old real estateRead more.
Brand Name Hotels Are Changing the Skyline of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Inside the headquarters of Ozzie Business and Hospitality Group, an office that is as small as an ordinary studio apartmentRead more.
Nigeria Woos Foreign Investors With Online Business Registration in Absentia
Nigeria Woos Foreign Investors From UK, USA, China With Online Business Registration in Absentia OCTOBER 9,Read more.