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Common challenges and goals are behind Egypt’s push to strengthen ties with its southern neighbours, argues Qalaa Holdings’ regional director.
“We must avoid complacency, thinking: alright, the macroeconomic consequences are everywhere, but not here.”
The first step to better healthcare is better data, Michael Bloomberg and Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop argue.
Land degradation is costing Africa billions and holding back the agriculture sector. Donors and governments need to invest in land restoration.
Tanzania’s natural gas discoveries have great potential - but the government needs to provide a regulatory framework that reassures investors.
Apprenticeships can provide the key to closing the skills gap that leaves so many of Africa’s youth unprepared for the modern workplace.
Africa’s future must include a vibrant and productive rural economy in order to be inclusive. That begins on the farm.
The business tycoon turned governance activist believes the time has come to re-invigorate the idea of creating political pan-African unity - but does the leadership exist to make it happen?
The truth is we don’t know how many people will get Ebola..The old saying is true: prepare for the worst, hope for the best.
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