Rio Tinto's chief executive for diamonds and minerals, Alan Davies, explains how he sees the company's future in Africa.
East & Horn Africa
- Friday, 12 February 2016 18:12
- Michelle Madsen
- Friday, 12 February 2016 17:54
- Jason Patinkin
South Sudan's president Salva Kiir has re-appointed Riek Machar as his vice president after two years of bloody ethnic conflict. However, despite this positive step, plenty of pitfalls must yet be navigated to create a the lasting peace that has so far remained illusive.
- Friday, 12 February 2016 15:00
- Godfrey Olukya
Students in both second cycle and tertiary institutions have taken to gambling as sports betting centres in Uganda's capital, Kampala trigger high school dropout rates.
- Thursday, 11 February 2016 18:10
- Mima Nedelcovych President & CEO of the Initiative for Global Development
Ethiopia's footwear industry has long been known for producing fine-quality leather shoes and products. With reliable power sources, affordable labour and a fast-growing economy with a forecasted GDP growth of over 10%, it is no wonder that international companies and suppliers are flocking to Ethiopia to tap into this market.