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The Africa Report n°84 - october 2016

THE AFRICA REPORT N°84 - October 2016

 

FRONTLINE

NIGERIA

How to survive cheap oil

MILLENIALS

The connected generation

GHANA

The 10% election

 

POLITICS

SOUTH AFRICA

The money wars

ERITREA

Eyes on the exodus

 

BUSINESS

INTERVIEW

Mohammed Dewji, CEO of MeTL Group

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

COTE D’IVOIRE

Much ado about ADO

 

DOSSIER

CONSTRUCTION & UTILITIES

ESKOM’S TUMBLE

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THE AFRICA REPORT N°84 - October 2016

 

FRONTLINE


NIGERIA

A perfect storm of rising militant attacks in the Delta and falling oil prices has taken the wind out of the sales of Nigeria’s indigenous energy sector, but hope is on the horizon.

MILLENIALS

They are the generation that will drive growth and are set to write the next chapter in the continent’s history: The Africa Report lets Africa’s millenials speak for themselves

GHANA

In presidential and parliamentary elections on 7 December, the governing National Democratic Congress  is defending its record after eight years in power. Ahead of the vote everything is political: the price of food and fuel, the lack of jobs, bad roads and broken bridges.

 

POLITICS

SOUTH AFRICA

After losing control of several major cities in the August local elections, the ANC is battling to regain its influence and control over spending. Tito Mboweni, a former Reserve Bank governor, says the ANC risks becoming “a governing party without economic power”.

 

POLITICS

ERITREA

The Africa Report gains rare access to Eritrea, where tough living conditions are pushing young people out of the country and into perilous journeys. Eritrea is now in the throes of a migration crisis.

BUSINESS

INTERVIEW

Mohammed Dewji is spreading his trading, commodities and manufacturing businesses around East and Southern Africa, positioning them to benefit from regional integration.

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

COTE D’IVOIRE

President Alassane Dramane Ouattara  comfortably won re-election in 2015 and the economy is booming. However, not all Ivorians are feeling the effect of the country’s greater prosperity, while regional insecurity and popular unrest could pose threats to the hard-won peace.

 

DOSSIER

CONSTRUCTION & UTILITIES

South Africa’s troubled power utility is keeping the lights on but critics say it has its head in the

sand over funding for projects. This dossier also looks at Ethiopia’s real estate market, and the new buildings that are rapidly transforming the Addis Ababa cityscape.

 

CONSTRUCTION & UTILITIES

TURKEY

We profile the Turkish construction companies who are scooping up contracts for power plants, housing, airports and hospitals, including in countries others deem too risky.

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