Nigeria’s young entrepreneurs turn waste to wealth
The World Bank projects that by 2025, urban waste generation in sub-Saharan Africa will amount to 161.27 million tonnes per year.
World Bank's Dr. Kim says Obama and Trump are 'different' golfers
Dr. Jim Yong Kim, World Bank president, talks about playing golf with President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump.
What is the cost of inequality in Nigeria?
The World Bank says losses in wealth due to gender inequality resulting from differences in lifetime earnings between women and men are estimated at about 2.5 trillion dollars for sub-Saharan Africa.
Financial literacy key to realising financial inclusion
The latest Global Findex Database from the World Bank Group shows that Nigerian adults who are 25 years and above with bank accounts declined by 5 basis points from 49 percent in 2014 to 44 percent in 2017.
World bank approves $350m loan to Kaduna government
World bank approves $350m loan to Kaduna government.
Nigeria moves up 24 places on global 'doing business' rankings
Nigeria has moved up 24 places in the World Bank's Doing Business report to 145th position, implementing 5 reforms making it easier for doing business in Lagos and Kano.
World Bank advocates increase in human capital investment
World Bank advocates increase in human capital investment.
World Bank invites S.A companies to stake claim in $45 bn projects
The World Bank has invited South African companies to grab a piece of the US45 billion dollars that the group has set aside for projects in Africa.