Latest Articles by Oluwatosin Ogunjuyigbe Contributor Nigeria’s borrowing plans are at risk. Nigeria’s economy has been in the spotlight for several reasons in the past few years. Contributor Weekly Economic Index: African central banks are raising interest rates. Like their peers in advanced economies, monetary policymakers across Sub-Saharan Africa have turned more aggressive with interest rates. On Tuesday, September 27 2022, Nigeria’s central bank (CBN) increased the country’s benchmark interest rate to a... Contributor How far has 5G progressed in Africa? The internet has gone far past the days of being termed a “young technology.” Today, it’s the foundation of a fast-growing digital world. Contributor Does Africa’s cannabis market need more SPAC listings? Africa is getting its first listing of a medical cannabis-focused SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition Company) as Cilo Cybin Holdings has gotten the go-ahead to list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Contributor My pivot journal: A shoemaker’s self-taught journey to product design. My Pivot Journal is a Ventures Africa weekly series documenting people’s career transitions from one industry to another, especially to tech. Akorede Ayanbisi is making a name for himself as a product designer. Contributor Wealth in Africa is still poorly distributed. Wealthy people are everywhere, even though there are more of them in some places than others. That’s why the number of rich people in a country makes for a notable metric of economic development. Contributor Should African payment startups be worried about EBANX? EBANX, a payments provider that began operations in Brazil a decade ago, has grown into a billion-dollar company with approximately one billion transactions completed in 15 countries.