The rest of Africa is growing, and perhaps the ruling party should invest more in leadership and change rather than individuals' interests.
A little blog out of New York called Africa is a Country has become a loud voice for the continent, whether it likes it or not.
Inequality on the continent has grown in the past decade as tax systems have failed to redistribute wealth, says Christian Aid.
But Kenya is second to none in its enthusiasm for doing business with China.
Binyavanga Wainaina, one of Africa's leading literary figures, has outed himself in response to a wave of homophobic laws across the continent.
African diaspora savings, at US$53-billion every year, exceed annual remittances to the continent and could aid development, if tapped into.
Nelson Mandela's life spanned the continent's transition from colonialism to independence as the white powers that ruled it were forced out.
The past decade has been a period of unprecedented growth for Africa.
Aid to the continent has been marked by efforts to bring stability to war torn countries and to help with post-conflict reconstruction.
The media prefers bad news stories â€“ Africa is not singled out for that, but it does make life harder for those living in and outside the continent.
Family planning is not a luxury to everyone. Melinda Gates talks about why she has dedicated so much of her time to helping women plan their families.
Spirit-producer Diageo is betting smaller bottles can persuade sub-Saharan drinkers to sample its well-known labels, instead of homemade brews.
There are far more African billionaires than previously thought, and most of them are Nigerian, says "Ventures" magazine.
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As the HR manager for SAP Africa, Queen Mokonoto is responsible for supporting the SAP business interests across the continent.
HR has evolved into being more of a business partnership.
The African continent is rich with culture, language and law, so how does HR harmonise this diversity without dictating one message to many?