Doual’Art: Thirty Years of Showcasing Cameroon Contemporary Art

In 1991, Marylin Douala Manga Bell and her husband founded Cameroon's first-ever contemporary art center. Since then, she has been a key enabler of local talent growth - and the emergence of Cameroon's contemporary artists on the world stage. Now she wants to ensure that their legacy has a more local focus.. 

Tanzania’s Huge Green Energy Pivot

In spite of enormous hydrocarbon potential, Tanzania is planning to plug more than 6,000 megawatts of renewable power - more than its current total power capacity - into its national grid, as president Samia Suluhu Hassan mounts rapid economic reforms to woo investors to the East African state.

Africa Turns to e-visas to Prop Up Tourism

Close to half of all countries in Africa have activated online processing of visas, with some countries opening access to more than 180 nationalities to lure more tourists from within and outside Africa. South Africa, the latest to offer digital travel documents, is also keen on attracting skilled migrants after tightening its immigration rules.