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Ethiopian Airlines to operate daily flights to Eritrea
Ethiopian Airlines to operate daily flights to Eritrea
The first passenger flight between Ethiopia and Eritrea since the start of a 20-year conflict will take place a week from Tuesday, Ethiopian...
Kenya bothered by a perfect storm
Kenya bothered by a perfect storm
It’s the end of the rainy season in Kenya, and this year’s storms have been almost biblical, washing away people’s sunny dispositions and...
Success of Ramaphosa’s investment drive out of his hands
Success of Ramaphosa’s investment drive out of his hands
While “Ramaphoria” has started to wane, there remains a prevalent narrative in the public domain that former president Jacob Zuma was the cause...
Why the Pan-African Parliament must clean up its act if it wants to survive
Why the Pan-African Parliament must clean up its act if it wants to survive
The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has recently been in the news for the wrong reasons. There have been allegations of abuse of power by its...
IMF to Africa: Put away the credit cards
IMF to Africa: Put away the credit cards
First, the good news: there has been a modest increase in economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the International Monetary Fund’s...
South Africa's strike rate isn't as bad as it's made out to be
South Africa's strike rate isn't as bad as it's made out to be
South Africa’s parliament is currently debating amendments to the Labour Relations Act that will change...
Fears of hidden debt in Zambia
Fears of hidden debt in Zambia
International lenders and markets are growing increasingly concerned about "hidden debt" in Zambia, a situation similar to the one that plunged...
The West owes Zimbabwe a future
The West owes Zimbabwe a future
For Zimbabwe, this is a great time. Robert Mugabe's 37-year long rule has ended without adding to the blood and...
Zuma set to blast a nuclear path
Zuma set to blast a nuclear path
The department of environmental affairs has authorised Eskom to proceed with a new nuclear plant, the power utility announced on Friday last...
Lessons from Mauritius on making companies more accountable
Lessons from Mauritius on making companies more accountable
Since the turn of the century, developing countries have been adopting corporate governance codes with the promise that they will enhance accountability and growth, while delivering equitable, ethical, and sustainable business practices....
Why South African shouldn’t turn to the IMF for help
Why South African shouldn’t turn to the IMF for help
The view that South Africa should look towards the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be rescued from the unfolding economic meltdown seems to be...

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