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15 Nigerian Senators leave ruling party APC for the opposition.
The ruling All Progressives Congress(APC) is now a minority party in the Nigerian Senate as 15 Senators today announce their defection to opposition parties.
Eritrea could end its military conscription policy after 20 years.
As part of reforms in Eritrea after the East African country finally signed a peace deal with Ethiopia earlier this month, the country has told its latest batch of army recruits that their national service...
Why Rwanda is the ideal country for Andela’s pan-African dream.
Andela announced the opening of its new hub in Rwanda this week, a venture which holds huge ramifications for the development of talented software engineers on the continent.
IMF, World Bank leaders restate commitment to strengthen Ethiopia’s economy.
During his historic visit to the United States of America, Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed was well received by the country’s vice president and top-ranked officials of global organizations in Washington DC over the weekend.
Madonna launches $60,000 fundraiser to uplift Malawi’s rural children.
American singer and songwriter, Madonna Louise Ciccone has flagged off a fundraiser to solidify her work and effort towards children in Malawi.
Trump extends tariff war to Africa as Rwanda is the latest to be affected.
President Donald Trump has withdrawn Rwanda’s privilege of exporting clothing to the United States duty-free. This was as a result of Rwanda’s decision to raise tariffs on used clothing and footwear imports from the U.S.
BoI’s ‘Trader Moni’ will make collateral-free loans available to 2 million businesses.
Keeping faith with its promise to increase financial access and expand financial inclusion to the grassroots, the Bank of Industry (BoI), has unveiled ‘Trader Moni’ initiative.
Weekly Economic Index: Oil prices hit seven-week low.
Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced today that it would make its issuing process more effective by giving incentives to issuers in a bid.
Alipay’s expansion into Africa poses a threat to African fintechs and banking institutions.
Ant Financials, a subsidiary of the Alibaba group, and operators of Asia’s biggest payment platform Alipay have announced a new partnership with the United Nations’ Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the International Financial Corporation.
Quantum Global scores another victory in its dispute with Angola sovereign wealth fund.
The English High Court today issued a milestone judgment in favour of Quantum Global Group and its founder Jean-Claude Bastos de Morais in their dispute with the Angolan sovereign wealth fund.