Analysis Roman Grynberg

There goes the neighbourhood

Sacu, the apartheid-era customs union, must adapt if it is to survive — but it's going to hurt.

On full tanks and empty bellies

South Africa's move to foster bioethanol is self-defeating and unneighbourly.

Botswana in thrall of riches

Beware the dazzle of the latest kimberlite discovery, policymakers: diamonds aren't forever.

SA dumps Nkrumah for Rhodes

By selfishly pursuing a free trade area at the cost of broader unity it is compromising its neighbours.

Mauritius’ economy ‘miracle’ not all it seems

Granted, the island country has made good use of the aid it received, but its economic position now is akin to that of Spain.

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