In May, finance ministers, central bank governors and thousands of bureaucrats will descend on Kigali for what will be Rwanda's biggest chance to showcase its economic story.
- Monday, 21 October 2013 16:37
Nigerian governments seem to be echoing the advice of China's Deng Xiaoping three decades ago: "Let some people get rich first." President Jonathan is lauding the plan of Aliko Dangote, the country's leading capitalist, to borrow billions to fund an oil refinery and fertiliser plant. If it works, it may launch an industrial revolution.
- Thursday, 19 September 2013 10:30
Alhaji Minkailu Mansaray, Sierra Leone's Minister of mines and mineral resources, explains how the Freetown government is establishing new mechanisms for transparency using a five-year renegotiation window.