These 5 Firms Accounted For 70% Percent Of The Total Value Of The Kenyan Stock Market In Q2 2019

The year 2019 is winding down at quite some pace and as things approach the frantic end of the year,

From Grass To Grace & Back On The Grass – Once Featured On Forbes, Now In FBI Net For USD 12 Mn Fraud

In the early hours of today, social media went into overdrive with the news of the arrest of a well-known

Dangote’s Robust Refinery Project Is Being Stalled By Logistics But He’s Got A Plan-B

Due to problems importing steel and other equipment, Africa’s largest oil refinery — earlier scheduled for an opening in 2019

Africa’s Two Largest Economies Attempt To Mend Fences Over Xenophobic Attacks & Threats To Bilateral Relations

For some time now, two of Africa’s largest economies have been engaged in some sort of spat. And now things

Ghana’s Gov’t Goes Full ‘Ghostbusters’ – Now Using Tech To Sniff Out Ghost Workers In The Payroll

The Ghanaian government is taking the war against ghost workers to a whole new level and this time, it is

The Dangote Refinery Is Still Under Construction But Africa’s Richest Man Is Already Tying Up Major Oil Deals

It is no longer news that Africa’s richest man has forked out USD 12 Bn in pursuit of a gargantuan

MTN’s H1 Numbers Are Out And Its Domestic Struggles & Foreign Success Show That Home Is Not Always The Best

As the popular saying goes; “charity begins at home.” But in the case of one of South Africa’s biggest telecommunication

A Renowned Alcoholic Beverage Company Has Decided To Go Easy On The Liquor & Pay Attention To Mother Nature

Brands like Guinness Stout, Johnny Walker Whiskey, Smirnoff Vodka, and Ciroc eau-de-vie are quite popular amongst non-teetotalers, but what is

The Country Whose Aviation Sector Is Currently No.1 In Africa Is Launching Its National Airline In 2 Months

Ghana’s new national carrier will be ready to take to the skies in the next two months. The home-based carrier

Meet The College Students Who Have Just Won The Heart Of Ghana’s President With Their Unique Product

Emilee Otoo Quayson and Matilda Asantewaa Sampong are both students of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). On

The Ethiopia-Djibouti Corridor Project Is Finally Happening & There’s Plenty Of Cash Flying Around

The Ethiopian government and the African Development Bank (AfDB) have put pen to paper on an agreement that would go

USD 300 Mn Down The Drain – Ghana’s Manganese Company Has Closed Shop & Someone Is Going Down For It

The Ghana Manganese Company Limited (GMCL) may have closed up for the last time, at least, until further notice, as