In the period since independence in the 1950s, Africa has undergone profound social, cultural, economic and political changes. Some inherited
In June 2015, FSD Africa embarked on an ambitious exercise – to examine the ‘art of financial market facilitation’ in greater focus
African countries and their partners must grasp this unprecedented opportunity to chart a course toward universal health coverage (UHC)
By signing the Banking (Amendment) Bill 2015, President Uhuru Kenyatta passed a vote of ‘no confidence’ on the sound advice of Treasury CS Henry Rotich
Investment and financial experts are of the opinion that capping interest rates might solve the high interest rate spreads in the banking sector but
The world is still reeling from the after effects of Thursday’s historically altering vote that saw the Britain vote to leave the European Union in a hotly contested referendum. The vote precipitated one of the lowest drops in global stock markets such as the USA, Japan, China and UK. The vote also saw David Cameron announce his resignation as UK’s Prime Minister sending the country into a path of political uncertainty. However these reactions are just the beginning of the woes that might follow the Brexit from the EU, as renowned economists now claim.