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Moving the economy forward

Cameroon has a pivotal place within Central Africa’s economic grouping, providing important access routes to sea ports on the Gulf of Guinea for its landlocked …

Africa’s new development partnerships

Africa’s place in global trade, investment and policymaking has grown steadily over the past decade. Among the most visible – and vital – investments in …

OCP: leading the Moroccan march south

With access to one of the largest reserves of phosphates in the world, the OCP Group is a strategically important part of the Moroccan economy, …

New model farming

Social enterprises and multinationals are trialling new models to link smallholder farmers to inputs and markets in order to transform Africa’s agricultural economies. If political …

Leveraging Africa’s Demographic Dividend

Africa’s surging population growth could lead to social unrest and stalling economic development, unless the continent’s leaders can articulate new strategies to create productive jobs …

Time to challenge the global elite

World Economic Forum co-chair Winnie Byanyima, the executive director of Oxfam, is ready to call corporate and business leaders to task on global issues of …