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Beijing May Be Hurting Lagos

After a normal Lagos night, it's the early hours of a sweltering morning in the dry season. Throughout the night, the residents...

In Africa, Biden Finds A Free Trade Zone He Can Embrace

Eager to tap into a promising market while burnishing his administration's credentials on free trade now that rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership looks...

How Industrial Policy Paved The Way For Dangote’s Empire

Dangote Industries Limited dominates the Nigerian cement market and is a key player in the rapidly expandingAfrican cement business. The conglomerate has...

Zambia’s Election Result Portends Positive Development For Africa

Hakainde Hichilema’s overwhelming election victory to become Zambia’s seventh president has unexpectedly re-established democracy in the heart of Africa. The result demonstrates...

World Vision And The Food Crisis In East Africa

From her temporary home somewhere in East Africa, Rebecca Isaak is monitoring the vital work of World Vision Canada in responding to...

Autocracy On The Rise Again In Africa

African democracy is again imperiled. Last month’s military coup in Guinea, on the west coast of the continent, together with three recent...

Sudan’s New Guards At A Fork In The Road

As reported October 25 by the reputable state media,Al Arabiya, Sudanese army and a cross-section of its population have returned, expressing dissatisfaction...

Sub-Saharan Africa: One Planet, Two Worlds, Three Stories

Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to grow by 3.7 percent in 2021 and 3.8 percent in 2022 – a welcome but relatively modest...

Nigeria: A Year On, No Justice For #EndSARS Crackdown

The victims are still awaiting justice a year after security forces violently suppressed protests calling for an end to police brutality inNigeria,...

Investigating The CIA’s Misdeeds In Africa

In November 1959, the CIA created a dedicated Africa division. According to British researcher Susan Williams, the CIA's brief in Africa was...