THE AFRICA REPORT N°31. June 2011 BRAZIL, INDIA, CHINA: AFRICA’S EMERGING PARTNERS Uganda. A double inauguration Private equity in North Africa. Money doesn’t like noise Cote d’Ivoire. Forgiveness + justice = recovery COUNTRY FOCUS: Nigeria. President Goodluck Jonathan puts the pieces together
Playing the power in nigeria - Nigeria’s new leaders will have to navigate a series of powerful interests to have any chance of turning the country around after the elections. And the reformers in charge of Nigeria’s central bank, its national oil company and the anti-corruption commission need strong political backing if they are to succeed.
Revolution... coming to a nation near you - The weeks following the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt have been critical. Constant pressure from protestors has ensured a more profound change than the transitional authorities at first wanted. In Libya, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has taken the leading role for himself. And the spectre haunting the...
Shockwaves Young revolutionaries make history In a region where statis and repression seemed to offer no hope, a shockwave of youth anger at decades of oppression is changing the face of the region. North Africa and the Middle East are having to learn a new language, one of democracy and pluralism.
Africa in 2011 A brighter spot in a changing world Bursting with insight, this bumper end-of-year edition focuses on Africa’s milestones and millstones as it moves toward social and economic stability. Including exclusive 53 detailed country profiles.
The Struggle Underground New discoveries, increasing demand and rising prices… both governments and the private sector are trying to extract maximum benefit from oil and mineral resources. African governments are adopting a more robust line on taxation and revenue-sharing with international oil and mining companies.
Calls to Africa – the big rip-off From hidden costs, misleading calling-card advertisements, high interconnection rates and grey markets, the African international telephony business works well for everyone except those who want to make reliable and low-cost calls.
South Africa through African eyes With all eyes on South Africa as it hosts the FIFA World Cup, African writers look at the country’s historical legacy and its economic muscle across the continent. A beacon of hope for fellow Africans, or not quite the new Eldorado?
Africa's First World Cup 2010 As South Africa gets ready to hold the first ever FIFA World Cup on African soil, The Africa Report publishes an essential 100-page guide to the tournament, its African history and the teams and players who will be making the headlines in June and July 2010.
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