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20th September 2022 Covid-19 has laid bare the vulnerability of the supply chain model that has dominated the way African firms have organised their production. In... →
20th September 2022 International trade has been at the core of South Africa’s agricultural progress since the early 2000s. Since 1994, the country has excelled in... →
19th September 2022 It’s a long-standing Kenyan tradition to offer congratulations in paid print and TV messages to an incoming president. The bulk of these messages... →
16th September 2022 Kenya’s President William Ruto, sworn in as new President on 13 September 2022, has inherited an economy saddled with debt, inflation, joblessness... →
16th September 2022 Somalia is facing a humanitarian crisis of enormous severity and magnitude. This follows four failed rainy seasons, protracted conflict, political... →
15th September 2022 British monarch Queen Elizabeth II’s passing has elicited many polarised responses, in the process allowing the ghosts of the past to resurface. A... →
15th September 2022 Jagersfontien, a small town in the middle of South Africa with over a century of mining history, awoke to a tragic failure of responsibility on 11... →
14th September 2022 US president Joe Biden’s invitation to South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa to meet at the White House, and the latter’s acceptance, are... →
13th September 2022 Britain has a new prime minister in Liz Truss. For African leaders wondering what the new administration might mean for UK-Africa relationships,... →