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The Africa Report n°91 - june 2017

TAR91 June 2017

 

FRONTLINE

NAIROBI

The eastern gateway

 

POLITICS

SOUTH AFRICA

Battleground: Nelson Mandela Bay

 

SOMALIA

A tipping-point talk in London

 

INTERVIEW

Mo Ibrahim

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

RWANDA

Campaign season

 

BUSINESS

BUSINESSWOMEN

Star dealmakers

 

BUSINESS

LEADERS

Rob Davies

 

AGRIBUSINESS DOSSIER

NIGERIA

Paddies of promise

 

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FRONTLINE

NAIROBI

Nairobi is coming of age as a crossroads between new investors and old money. But mounting pressure on infrastructure and a lack of housing must be addressed. However, Nairobi is also a city of hope and ambition. Cantankerous writers and poets vie for the public space with tech-savvy entrepreneurs, and nearly everyone has a ‘side hustle’ to bring in extra cash.

 

POLITICS

SOUTH AFRICA

A coalition took control of the major metropolitan area in 2016’s historic local elections, leading to fist fights, court cases and mudslinging. The Africa Report finds out how the former opposition groups are adapting to life in power.

 

POLITICS

SOMALIA

The government of President Mohamed got a dose of support at an international conference in May, but diplomats worry about its ability to defeat Al-Shabaab.

 

POLITICS

INTERVIEW

The billionaire philanthropist talks to The Africa Report about inequality across the globe and the challenges leaders face when tackling the impacts of globalisation.

 

COUNTRY FOCUS

RWANDA

Despite the government’s low tolerance for dissent, Rwanda’s political opposition parties are slowly gaining momentum, emboldened by the country’s need to keep foreign aid flowing. The ruling party is trying to address the country’s economic problems with infrastructure to boost export industries.

 

BUSINESS

BUSINESSWOMEN

At events like the Africa CEO Forum and business conventions all over the continent the ranks of suited men are making way for outstanding women. The Africa Report presents its exclusive list of the high-flying executives  - changing the face of finance, tech, mining, oil, agribusiness and manufacturing - and shaking up business in Africa.

 

BUSINESS

LEADERS

The trade and industry minister speaks to The Africa Report about developing regional value chains and the importance of the state’s role in getting positive social and economic outcomes from the private sector.

 

AGRIBUSINESS DOSSIER

NIGERIA

The rice industry in Nigeria is showing signs of future success, but it has a long way to go. Also in this dossier:

- Interview - Ade Adefeko, vice-president, corporate and government relations, Olam

-Tea - Purple shoots of progress

- Ethiopia -  Seeking an end to the starvation cycle

 

ART & LIFE

INTERVIEW

The award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artist shares his inspiration, influences and the

importance of spirituality. Shortlisted for another music award this month, Stonebwoy’s

prizes are as prolific as his hits. But counting his silverware is not what motivates this

paradoxically quiet man of the dancehall scene.

 

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