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The Africa Report n°85 - november 2016

The Africa Report n°85 - november 2016


FRONTLINE

ELECTIONS ON THE EDGE

The trouble with democracy

 

POLITICS

ETHIOPIA

Too little, too late?

ZIMBABWE

Interview with Joice Mujuru

KENYA

Raila gets to work

 

BUSINESS

SOUTH AFRICA

No country for rich men

MOROCCO

Winds of change

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

 

DOSSIER

TELECOMS

Yaba’s tech renaissance

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The Africa Report n°85 - november 2016

 

FRONTLINE

ELECTIONS ON THE EDGE

After a spate of bad elections this year, people are losing faith in the political elite’s ability to fix

the problems. However, for corrupt, brutal and despotic politicians around the world, 2016 is a year to celebrate – a year of impunity.

 

POLITICS

ETHIOPIA

Popular movements have shaken the Oromia and Ahmara regions of Ethiopia over recent months and threaten to spiral into ethnic violence.  So what is happening to the Ethiopian dream?

 

ZIMBABWE

Former ruling-party baron Joice Mujuru is leading a new opposition party that is seeking to work with others to get key concessions before elections in 2018.

 

KENYA

Kenya’s election campaign is heating up, and opposition leader Raila Odinga,who is widely expected to run on the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) ticket, is doing his best to challenge President Uhuru Kenyatta.

 

BUSINESS

SOUTH AFRICA

From transport to retail and from media to mining, South African companies are ramping up investment outside the African continent in search of new opportunities.

 

MOROCCO

The North African kingdom is balancing Islamists with a managed democracy, and squaring state with market.  This remarkable political balancing act has allowed Morocco to keep competing structural forces in play rather than in conflict.

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Tensions that had been rising as the end of President Kabila’s final term drew close exploded after the government failed to announce elections on 19 September. Now Kabila and a small group from the opposition are trying to manage the transition but other oppositionists are putting up a fight.

DOSSIER

TELECOMS

When Facebook-founder Mark Zuckerberg visited Lagos’s burgeoning tech and startup hub it confirmed what Nigerians already knew: Yabacon Valley is the future. This dossier also looks at the battle for Africa’s internet and includes interviews with Liquid Telecom’s CTO and Airtel Nigeria’s CEO.

 

ART & LIFE

DRUG NATION

In Nigeria’s drug addiction epidemic the north of the country is the hardest hit. From high-rollers on cocaine to the poor sniffing sewage-soaked rags, The Africa Report shines a spotlight on the dealers, the users and those who are trying new ways to offer a solution.

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