Egypt's currency black market, a thorn in the side of successive governments, has virtually disappeared in the past two months following a central bank crackdown.
- Monday, 27 April 2015 11:03
- Stephen Kalin and Nadia El Gowely in Cairo
- Friday, 24 April 2015 17:28
- Kissy Agyeman-Togobo in Dubai
With lessons seemingly learned from the collapse of and delays to major projects during the financial crisis, Dubai and its African partners are looking to launch a new period of cooperation in trade and investment.
- Tuesday, 21 April 2015 06:23
- Khalid Abdelaziz in Khartoum and Nicholas Owen and Randy Fabi in Jakarta
Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir at the last minute cancelled a trip to Indonesia for a summit this week, a government official said, in what would have been his first trip outside of Africa or the Middle East in nearly four years.
- Monday, 20 April 2015 14:37
- Tinishu Solomon
The US government and Ethiopia have condemned the purported executions of Ethiopian Christians in Libya by extremist group Islamic State in the North African nation.
- Monday, 20 April 2015 11:35
- The Africa Report
Opposition and rebel groups hope to derail April elections in Sudan, where a new wave of violence has forced an estimated 50,000 to flee their homes in 2015 and President Omar al-Bashir still faces charges of genocide.