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The Africa Report n°87 - FEBRUARY 2017

The Africa Report n°87 - FEBRUARY 2017

TAR87 FEBRUARY 2017

 

THE SECRET WAR IN LIBYA

General Haftar and his allies

 

POLITICS

GHANA

New morning, harsh realities

 

SOUTH AFRICA

The party after Zuma

 

INTERVIEW

OKECHUKWU ENELAMAH

Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Nigeria

 

BUSINESS

TOP 500 AFRICAN COMPANIES

Top climbers in telecoms and construction

 

COUNTRY PROFILE

MAURITIUS

Focused on finance

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FRONTLINE

THE SECRET WAR IN LIBYA

General Haftar sent an envoy to Trump Tower recently to offer his services as Libya's next Ghadaffi -the same Haftar who has been to Moscow twice in the last 6 months.  Will he drag Trump into his first African war? The Africa Report takes an exclusive look at the future of the long-running conflict.

 

POLITICS

GHANA

Newly elected President Nana Akufo-Addo and his team are promising to boost business and raise the

incomes of average Ghanaians, but they are inheriting a tough fiscal and economic climate that

will make it difficult to deliver on pledges.

 

POLITICS

AFRICA/UK

British prime minister Theresa May’s government is pushing to develop bilateral trade deals with African

countries to adjust to life outside the European Union.

 

POLITICS

SOUTH AFRICA

The year ahead is set to be a decisive one for South Africa’s ruling African National Congress. A

potentially bruising and divisive leadership race takes place in December; internal divisions threaten to tear the party apart, causing governmental and economic paralysis.

 

INTERVIEW

OKECHUKWU ENELAMAH

With low prices for Nigeria’s main export and a growing need for jobs, the government wants to work with the private sector to boost key industrial activities.

 

BUSINESS

TOP 500 AFRICAN COMPANIES

For three years running, Africa’s Top 500 companies have been producing lower overall turnover, with profits crashing down hard between 2014 and 2015. Energy and mining companies are searching for a rebound while others examine whether their business models can tolerate the downturn.

 

BUSINESS

AGRIBUSINESS

The severe weather changes provoked by El Niño weighed heavily on agribusiness, but harvests are expected to improve in 2017.

 

COUNTRY PROFILE

MAURITIUS

Fending off charges that the country is a tax haven, the government of Mauritius is looking

for ways to improve governance, attract investors and diversify sources of revenue as

the days of the country’s billon-dollar ties to India come to an end.

 

 

ART & LIFE

REBELS ON THE ROAD

Pimped to the max with bold graphics and outrageous accessories, Nairobi’s ‘flash matatus’ are the irrepressible, exuberant bad boys of Kenyan public transport.

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