Has Sudan truly entered a new era or does the past weigh heavily on the present?
For 30 years Sudan’s economic development was stifled by President Bashir, but as the transition to democracy progresses, new opportunities are opening up.
Egypt is fast becoming a tech powerhouse but funding and talent retention are making life hard for tech startups.
When complete, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam could transform Ethiopia’s economy, but for Egypt it poses a threat. Charlie Mitchell …
Preliminary results from Tunisia’s presidential election suggest a major upset for Tunisia’s political establishment.
Is illegal mining fuelling crackdowns in Sudan?
Football administration in Africa is mired in poor governance and scandal, but reform moves must come from the continent itself.
As Kenya and Tanzania compete to capture East Africa’s inland trade, rail links from their main ports are playing an increasingly important role.
A deeply entrenched “deep state” is holding back Sudan’s democratic transition.
A wave of youth activism is sweeping North Africa, unseating rulers from Algeria to Sudan.