After Nigeria’s landmark elections, incoming president Muhammadu Buhari’s handling of the volatile, oil rich Niger Delta region may prove the linchpin to his success.
Inward FDI into Mozambique has shown year-on-year growth between 2009 and 2014.
A project to rehabilitate the River Jordan is a powerful symbol of cooperation between diverse groups in a place too often associated with conflict
To build a global coalition to inoculate against extremism, we need to go beyond the common portrayal of counter-extremism as solely a reactive, hard power or security issue.
Groups such as Isis are fighting hard for the hearts and minds of our young people through social media – we must do the same.
Chinese direct investment in Ethiopia barely existed at the beginning of the century; it reached $1bn by 2014. Those ties are set to keep growing.
Egypt has made efforts to rehabilitate its image as an African state. That sales pitch may be working with its sub-Saharan neighbours.
Opposition presidential candidate conjures up images of a failed state in Nigeria as country awaits delayed elections.
With increased levels of investment into Africa, the number of legal disputes in the continent is also on the rise - as is the business of arbitration for countries that want to capitalise into this specialty.
2015 is set be “remarkably stacked”, with nearly one in three African countries headed for major polls.
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