Saturday, December 4, 2021

Brexit – the Question for Intra-Africa Trade

Britain's exit from the EU has brought into question the benefits of intra-regional trade, with some commentators suggesting that it could sound a warning...

Setting the scene for Nigeria’s Creative Industry

In June this year, the Nigerian government, through the office of the Vice President, inaugurated an advisory group – Technology and Creativity Council –...

Bamboo: Africa’s untapped potential

It is a “wonder plant” that is uniquely blessed. Agronomists in Africa believe it can restore degraded landscapes while economists think it is a...

e-Commerce penetration in Kenya ramping up travel

Online buying and selling of goods and services, online transactions, high mobile penetration, fast connectivity, a digital savvy population and an increased consumer spending...

When people feel safe, national unity flows effortlessly

By Alice Wairimu Nderitu - More by this Author In what promises to be a busy electoral year, voters in Guinea-Bissau, Comoros, Algeria, Benin, Malawi, Botswana,...

Learning from Namibia

Sandwiched between Angola and South Africa, Namibia suffered mightily during the long struggle against apartheid. Yet, since winning independence from South Africa in 1990,...

Study Provides Fresh Insights Into the Benefits of Mobile Money in...

By Sarah Logan, International Growth Centre - A recently published study on the long-run effects of mobile money on economic outcomes in Kenya provides some...

A new era in transfer pricing risk assessment in Africa

The launch of a “Toolkit for Transfer Pricing Risk Assessment in the African Mining Industry” by the African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) at its...