The Africa Channel plans to make Nigerian films available in the US, Canada and the Caribbean in early 2022, Brendan Gabriel, the channel’s ... vice president of production and creative director, tells The Africa Report.
MTN's new deal with payments technology firm, Flutterwave is set to deliver cash to mobile wallets of more Africans via MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) ... with the planned expansion in Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia.
South African private healthcare group Mediclinic International plans to reduce its reliance on power from state-owned Eskom with a new renewable-energy ... agreement, the company’s infrastructure executive Kobus Jonck tells The Africa Report.
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Threatened by its dependence on the OCP group (Office Chérifien des Phosphates), which has diversified its modes of phosphate transport, the ... Moroccan National Railways Office (ONCF) has managed to rebound by positioning itself as an indispensable logistical player for many industries, the automobile industry in particular.
Entry into the debt market, an injection of funds from investment firm Arise B.V... Ecobank, the pan-African bank, is looking to strengthen its ... balance sheet to boost its dividends. We have a closer look at the strategy of the group led by Ade Ayeyemi.
Investors piling into Egyptian Treasury bills, yielding between 11% and 13%, risk disappointment as President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seeks to push ... through the first increase in bread prices in decades, analysts say.
The African CEO Forum offers solutions for the African private sector after a tough financial year brought on by the pandemic. To be held digitally ... from the 28th to the 30th September 2021, the Forum tackles the question, 'How can Africa and its private sector navigate change?'
Signs that an African debt crisis has been averted and the prospect of a demographic shift to smaller family sizes mean that North Africa can ... lead a period of rapid economic growth across the continent, Charles Robertson, chief economist at Renaissance Capital, tells The Africa Report.