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The Africa Report n°90 - may 2017

TAR90 MAY 2017

 

FRONTLINE

TAR DEBATES

Is Africa’s Development an illusion?

CONGO

The majestic river

 

POLITICS

NIGERIA

Proxy warfare

INTERVIEW

J. Boakai, vice-president of Liberia

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

GHANA

Galamsey gamble

 

BUSINESS

START-UPS

Kenyan innovators

 

DOSSIER

POWER

Ethiopia – regional powerhouse

 

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FRONTLINE

TAR DEBATES

As the continent’s major economies begin to recover from the commodity crunch, how inclusive is its growth? Panellists laid out the arguments at The Africa Report Debate, on the sidelines of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s African governance weekend in Marrakech in early April.

 

FRONTLINE

CONGO

The Africa Report takes an exclusive trip up the river that holds keys to the Democratic Republic

of Congo’s brutal colonial past, its present as a musical powerhouse, and its future, one in which

the Inga Dam potentially supplies enough power to fuel an economic revolution not only for the DRC but also the region.


POLITICS

NIGERIA

Allies of Iran and Saudi Arabia are fighting it out in Nigeria, with the government repressing the Shia organisation, Islamic Movement in Nigeria, in a move reminiscent of the conflict that radicalised the Boko Haram Islamist militancy.

 

POLITICS

INTERVIEW

As October elections approach, Boakai is hopeful of winning the presidency, but is caught in a tough scramble to convince Liberians he embodies change.

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

GHANA

The government wants to tackle unregulated smallscale mining as a means to reassure big foreign miners and to create jobs, but the mining industry feeds into criminality and environmental despoliation.

The clock is ticking for the new government to find solutions that work for actors big and small.

 

BUSINESS

START-UPS

For all the goodwill generated by star start-ups like M-Pesa and M-Kopa, Kenyan innovators are still selling out to foreign money too early. Major players in the tech scene are trying to change this.

 

DOSSIER

POWER

Ethiopia is looking to sell electricity to fund its own ambitious infrastructure projects. Fortunately, its neighbours are queuing up to buy its megawatts.

 

ART & LIFE

LANGUAGE

For some it’s the utopian language of the pan-African movement; for others it carries the stigma of brutality and slavery. Can this semantic marriage of Bantu and Arabic make East Africa stronger, or will it contribute to its fragmentation?

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