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How to turn around South African Airways

Bloated, inefficient, and subject to increasing government interference, state-owned South African Airways underwent an alarming and almost terminal decline under the government of President Jacob Zuma.

Football Special: When will Africa cash in?

With domestic leagues underfunded and poorly attended and a disappointing performance in the 2018 World Cup, African football is failing to reach its vast potential.

Ramaphosa details land reform plans as Trump calls for inquiry into farm murders

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has dismissed allegations that his proposed land reform programme in South Africa will amount to a ‘land grab’, just as US President Donald Trump entered the debate with an inflammatory tweet calling for a report into alleged land expropriation and the ‘large scale killings’ of white farmers in the country.…

Africa nervously eyes Trump’s trade war

After a phony war stretching to the earliest days of his presidency, Donald Trump fired off the loudest salvo yet in his trade battle with China in July.

Ethiopia’s Abiy embarks on reform agenda

Just months after mass ethnic and political protests sent shockwaves through Ethiopia, threatening the ruling party’s decades-long grip on power and provoking the resignation of the prime minister, Hailemariam Desalegn, his newly appointed replacement Abiy Ahmed took the rare step of meeting with his political opponents.…