Mvemba Phezo Dizolele
Mvemba Phezo Dizolele is the senior adviser for Africa at the International Republican Institute. Formerly, he was the Peter J. Duignan Distinguished Visiting Fellow and a National Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. He was a grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and covered the 2006 elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he was embedded with United Nations peacekeepers in Congo's Ituri district and South Kivu province as a reporter. A frequent commentator on African affairs, Dizolele has been a guest analyst on PBS’s NewsHour and Foreign Exchange; NPR's Tell Me More and Weekend Edition, On Point, and the Diane Rehm Show; BBC’s World News Update; and Al Jazeera’s The Stream, NewsHour, and Inside Story. He has testified before various subcommittees of both chambers of the United States Congress, as well as before the United Nations Security Council.
His road to the presidency was anchored in contention and acrimony, and if his bid is successful, Alassane Ouattara will have ruled for two decades when all is said and done.
Billions have been set aside to help farmers and industries get back on their feet as part of the Limpopo Socio-Economic Recovery Plan
In order to see people and nature thrive what is required is a strong focus on partnerships – we cannot act alone anymore
Concept papers are sought for implementating activities, for a multi-faceted programme that aims to reduce poaching and illegal trade in wildlife
The longer you save towards retirement the larger your retirement savings are expected to be due to the effect of compounding interest
'Make interest rates zero and inflation goes up and then people save less – we need savings to fund investment in this country'