Getting it Right on the World Stage is Critical to Making SA more Attractive for Foreign Investment
By: Anton Du Plessis Just a few months into its third term as a non-permanent member on the UN SecurityRead more.
Arresting Corruption in Africa: Role of the Youth
By: Edward Kahuthia Murimi This policy brief argues that to reverse the corruption trend, it is imperative for the AfricanRead more.
African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina leads delegation to IMF-World Bank Spring meetings
African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina is expected in Washington DC, on Monday, to take part in the IMF/ WorldRead more.
Can South Africa make gains in the bitter aftermath of the Security Council’s decision on financing peacekeeping?
Prriyal Singh During its previous two terms on the UN Security Council, South Africa played a leading role in establishingRead more.
Set up to fail ? Challenging how we think about policy.
Chander Gould and Matodzi Amist As followers and users of social media, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by theRead more.
“Coding must be Compulsory, at all Levels. The Currency of the Future Is Going to be Coding…
AfDB African Development Bank President Adesina, on Friday, pleaded for Africans to embrace technology, and governments to urgently move awayRead more.
AfCFTA Agreement to be Implemented after Gambia’s Historic Ratification
By: Daniel Mumbere Gambia’s parliament on Tuesday approved the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), becoming the 22nd nation toRead more.
$10 Million for Africa’s next Great Entrepreneurs
Melitta Ngalonkulu Budding African entrepreneurs can now apply for the Africa Netpreneur Prize Initiative (ANPI), founded by the Jack MaRead more.
Next Steps as Violence Surges in Central Mali
Boukary Sangare On 23 March the conflict in central Mali escalated to unprecedented levels. An attack on the village ofRead more.
Algeria’s Bouteflika to Resign ‘before Mandate Ends’
Agence France-Presse Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will resign before his mandate expires on April 28, his office said, afterRead more.
‘Hidden’ Hunger Crisis in Congo Pushing It Closer to Famine
Alex Whiting | Thomson Reuters Foundation ROME: Hunger in the Democratic Republic of Congo has soared in the last year,Read more.
Burundi Extends Bans on VOA, BBC, Deepening Media Crackdown
Salem Solomon Television director of Burundi’s National Radio and Television, Nestor Bankumukunzi, poses in the studio in Bujumbura on MayRead more.