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Despite headwinds, some bright spots for African miners

As the African Mining Indaba opens in Cape Town, South Africa, Analyse Africa breaks down the winners and losers in the sector in the new economic climate.

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Financing Africa’s infrastructure, through good times and bad

Compelling projects in infrastructure can come to completion even in tough economic times.

India-Africa relations: Out to sea - Getty
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India-Africa relations: Out to sea

India is seeking to strengthen ties with African countries. Coastal commerce and balancing China in the Indian Ocean are key interests.

Kenya’s tourism sector set to recover - Getty
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Kenya’s tourism sector set to recover

Though still vulnerable to shocks from security incidents, the country’s $1bn a year tourism industry looks set for recovery in 2016.

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Questions hang over climate finance after COP 21

A climate agreement is finally on the table. Now the question is: Who will pay for it, and how?

Nigerian naira being counted in an exchange office
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Nigeria will devalue in 2016, say S&P

African sovereigns are looking at a tough year ahead, with Nigeria all but guaranteed to devalue its currency.

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Constitutional coup strategies see two Congos diverge

Sidestepping term limits is the latest trend in African politics. But while the aims of the presidents of the neighbouring Congos are clear, the similarities end there.

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Corruption threatens to derail Africa’s defences

African states seeking to revamp their security forces must confront defence corruption risks. 

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Africa’s power gap: Lessons from the Middle East

Despite marked regional differences, Africa could look to models developed in the Middle East to bridge the electrification gap.

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Sharing economy takes off in Africa

Global on-demand brands like Airbnb and Uber see a goldmine of opportunity in the continent’s fast growing, tech-forward population.

Investing in North Africa

James King speaks to Coca Cola's Curt Ferguson for This is Africa about the company's strategy and outlook for its North African business.

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