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The Africa Report n°86 december 2016 - January 2017

The Africa Report n°86  december 2016 - January 2017

 

FRONTLINE

Africa in 2017


POLITICS

NIGERIA

The 12 labours of Buhari

SOUTH AFRICA

Tug of war at the ANC


FOCUS

EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY

Breaking Barriers


BUSINESS

WHERE TO INVEST IN 2017

In search of growth

 

PROFILE

AKINWUMI ADESINA

President of the African Development Bank


COUNTRY PROFILES

54 COUNTRY REPORTS

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The Africa Report n°86  december 2016 - January 2017

 

FRONTLINE
WHAT LIES AHEAD
We look at what lies ahead for Africa in 2017, from technological game-changers to key leadership shifts
in South Africa, the DRC and Kenya. We consider economic recovery, elections and polarized polls and
look at Trumps impact on Africa and the economic links between Africa and Asia.


POLITICS
NIGERIA
Nigerian politicians love to quote from the epic poetry of the Greeks and Romans to convey their heroic
mission to cure the country’s ills. So we are drawing symbolic parallels between the labours that
Hercules took on and the obstacles facing President Muhammadu Buhari as he tries to stabilise Nigeria.


POLITICS
SOUTH AFRICA
Zuma has survived a no-confidence motion and a damning report; he and his allies are gearing up to
ensure their chosen successor wins the ANC leadership in a vote planned for December 2017.


FOCUS
EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY
At a time when cracks are showing in some other customs unions, the East African Community is going
from strength to strength. Intraregional trade is booming and joint infrastructure projects under way.
However, deep-rooted concerns about Kenyan dominance continue to plague its rival Tanzania.


BUSINESS
WHERE TO INVEST IN 2017
The commodity downturn has knocked the stuffing out of African treasuries and investors alike, but
could this signal an opportunity to diversify? As long as governments work to remove structural
obstacles there is huge productivity to be unleashed in sectors such as agribusiness, manufacturing and tech.


BUSINESS
INNOVATION
Nigeria’s new minerals tsar is trying to broaden the economy by attracting investment in the country’s
once strong mining sector.


PROFILE
AKINWUMI ADESINA
Stiff international headwinds are no cause for panic, says Adesina, who believes most African
economies will return to robust growth next year and plans a more activist role for the Bank.


COUNTRY PROFILES
54 COUNTRY REPORTS
Africa’s diversified economies are enjoying strong growth, while many resource-dependent countries
hurt by low commodity prices and drought face a difficult year ahead. This indispensable guide provides
you with crucial economic and political events across Africa’s 54 countries throughout 2017.


ART & LIFE

LOOKING AHEAD


A guide to the arts in 2017, including literature, dance, music, film, festivals and travel.

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