Nigeria could sell off public assets to realise $16.4 B to cover a shortfall in government expenditure. The plan is contained in a ministry of finance economic recovery document spanning from 2017 to 2020. Watch. AdvertisementsRead more "Nigeria may sell public assets to cover $16.4 billion shortfall"
Airshop is an application out of the Ivory Coast making duty-free goods that much more accessible. Watch.Read more "App opens up the world of duty-free"
Taxi business being transformed in Ivory Coast. Watch.Read more "Ivory Coast: Home Grown Uber Alternative"
Kenya is eager to make its entry into the oil export business in 2017. It plans to start on a small scale, producing almost a million barrels over a period of two years. Watch.Read more "Kenya pins its prosperity hopes on oil"
Gastronomie Pizza is Madagascar’s first ever pizza joint and also the country’s largest fast food outlet. Owner Chef Mbinina shares his tricks of the trade Watch.Read more "Madagascar’s First Pizza Joint"
In South Africa retail sales figures continue to decline, as prices go up because of the currency’s volatility. Shoppers have become cautious and parents are increasingly looking for cheaper toys to buy for their little ones. Watch.Read more "South Africa’s Second-Hand Toy Rental Market"
Pascal Murasira — co-founder of Winnaz potato chips — has defied odds and brought potato chip production to Rwanda. Watch.Read more "Rwanda Takes on Potato Chips"