Coronavirus: Are African countries doing too much or too little?
As the spread of the COVID-19 speeds up in Africa, governments are implementing stricter measures to contain the epidemic. In sub-Saharan Africa, Rwanda has taken the lead by imposing a complete lockdown.
Nigeria's stock exchange to become listed company
The Nigerian Stock Exchange, sub-Saharan Africa's second biggest, has won approval from its members to become a listed company.
Nigerian fashion industry: challenges, prospects
Euromonitor International estimates that the combined garment and footwear market in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to be worth $31 billion dollars.
Addressing Nigeria's infrastructure deficit
The World Bank recently announced a 57 billion-dollar financing plan for sub-Saharan Africa over the next three years.