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Nigeria: Currency instability could raise election stakes

Nigeria’s embattled currency, the naira, has continued to slide on the back of low oil prices, closing at record intra-day lows against the dollar, even as the central bank intervenes.

A miner walks past a jacaranda tree in full blossom on his way home in the town of Marikana, South Africa
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South Africa struggles with land reform

South Africa has tabled a number of new land reforms as the country continues to struggle with the legacy of the apartheid system - but will they help or hinder?

The Karoo Array Telescope construction site, part of the MeerKAT Project, in the Northern Cape
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Africa aims for the final frontier

Space and satellite programmes are gathering pace across Africa. But should space be a priority when budgets are tight and poverty high at home?

Noor 1 solar power project in Morocco
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Rising Sun: Europe lobbies for investment in Saharan solar power

Big solar energy projects are back on the agenda in North Africa. Previous attempts have fallen through - will this time be different?

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US shale oil revolution shakes up African markets

Oil sales from Africa to the US are falling, with Nigerian exports taking the biggest hit.

Women dry cassava.
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AGRA report emphasizes climate risks for smallholders

A new AGRA report on the impacts of climate change on sub-Saharan African smallholder agriculture paints a grim picture - but also points to paths for mitigation.

A health care workers.
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African solidarity - not protectionism - needed in response to Ebola

 It is not too late for a swift and coordinated Africa-wide Ebola response.

US President Barack Obama
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Exclusive: Michael Bloomberg and Penny Pritzker

The US Secretary of Commerce and Former Mayor of New York on Hosting the first ever U.S. Africa-Business Forum  

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
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Rocky road ahead for China - Africa relationship?

The next phase of China’s engagement on the continent will depend on African governments creating conducive conditions for business to overcome falling mineral prices.

MALAWI-VOTE.
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Malawi vote destabilised by delays

For the business community, the vacuum left by opposition candidates’ lack of defined policies could be cause for concern amid President’s demand for a vote recount.

Interview with Lord Michael Hastings

Lord Michael Hastings sits down with This Is Africa to talk about the Millennium Villages projects he has helped to spearhead across Africa.

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