"Untold Stories" is an attempt by African media scholars to fill the void created by the dearth of research and publications on emerging areas of African journalism. This scarcity makes it difficult for students of African media to fully appreciate how African media organisations and journalists have covered the continent's protracted economic crises, reform programmes, governance issues, and the current push towards globalisation. "Untold Stories" captures major developments in economics and business journalism in Africa, and provides a framework for research in this field. Each article is accompanied by responses from practising journalists across the continent, which focus the more philosophical discussions onto very functional issues. The text should appeal to media scholars and practitioners, as well as to others in the fields of economics, political science and sociology with an interest in African development.