Solving Africa’s Brain Drain Problem

In a highly globalized world, not only goods and information move easily from one border to another. Human capital movement has also been moving at an unprecedented rate, with transportation costs lowering and some receiving developed countries relaxing their migration policies. While the World Bank estimates that the highest numbers…

Third International Conference on Financing for Development concludes

The Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia rapped up today resulting of the adoption of the “Addis Ababa Action Agenda”. International leaders, institutional stakeholders, business sector entities, nongovernmental organisations, Heads of State and Government and other high-level political representatives met at the conference to discuss…

Advisors tell Buhari to overhaul Nigerian oil sector

In an exclusive, Reuters reported that a Nigerian reform proposal document shows that Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s advisors have suggested that he totally overhaul the root and branch of Africa’s largest oil industry and increase borrowing to aid in paying off the $20 billion in outstanding government debts. This recommendation came…

China in Ethiopia

Tuesday July 7, 2015, a two day forum in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, on Investing in Africa came to an end. This was the first forum set to continue for many years to come, jointly organised by the governments of Ethiopia and China, World Bank Group (WBG), China Development Bank…

From Cape Town to Cairo – African free trade agreement

26 African counties from Cape Town to Cairo have agreed to create the continent’s largest free-trade zone. The deal was made in Egypt on Wednesday June 10, 2015, between the East African Community, Southern African Development Community and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa which will merge them…