The hotel sector in Sub-Saharan Africa has evolved during the past decade due to high demand growth, entrance of new global brands and increasing supply in major markets.
More than half a billion people across Sub-Saharan Africa will be subscribed to a mobile service by the end of a decade, according to a new GSMA study.
DHL Express, leading international express services provider, has announced the launch of On Demand Delivery for the Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) region.
The second Nielsen’s Africa Prospects Indicators (APi) report has released key findings on Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) media consumption habits in a special section entitled Connecting with Africa’s Consumers - Spotlight on the Media Landscape.
As most states in the country continue to grapple with the challenges of the economic hardship, Lagos State has maintained its economic and financial stability, growing its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to 20 to 25 per cent of Nigeria’s
EXIM Bank Signs Memorandum of Understanding with United Bank of Africa to Expand Trade Between US and Africa
Fred P. Hochberg, Chairman and President of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank), and Phillips Oduoza, CEO and Group MD of United Bank for Africa (UBA) have signed an MoU with the goal of expanding trade between the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa at the World Economic Forum Africa (WEF) in Kigali.
A veteran of international development and communications, Melissa Ruggles has channeled her expertise into connecting American companies with the African Media. Her interview with Nigeria Business Communities:
Hotel development in Africa jumps 30% to 64,000 rooms, Nigeria leading in numbers, followed by Angola
The number of planned hotel rooms in Africa has soared to 64,000 in 365 hotels, up almost 30% on the previous year, according to new figures from the annual W Hospitality Group Hotel Chain Development Pipeline Survey.
Nigeria has become the largest producer of cassava in the world with an annual output of 45 million metric tons. The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Audu Ogbeh, has said.
Until about one year ago, every time I went to Sub-Saharan Africa, I entered a bustling world, awash with cash from black goo. Oil made the new fortunes of many of those countries and gave them a fillip like never before.