Despite recent comments by President Trump, the bombing of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) by Egypt is highly unlikely
Of the 998 projects financed by FDI in Africa last year, Egypt, South Africa, and Morocco were responsible for the greatest share.
The move is an opportunity to bring Sudan’s economy back from the brink of collapse.
In North Africa, production has fallen due to the pandemic and low prices, while Libya’s internal conflict has been gravely affecting its onshore output. Ian Lewis reports
Sudanese Prime Minister says the two issues must be separated in ongoing negotiations with the US government.
Rather than imposing onerous conditions on Sudan as the price for its re-entry into the international community, the US should welcome back a country hungry for change, says David Thomas
According to the World Bank, the current locust infestation will cost East Africa and Yemen $8.5bn this year. Charlie Mitchell reports on local and international efforts to stem the plague
The East African Community is one of Africa’s most integrated regional blocs, but the Covid-19 pandemic has caused massive disruption to both its internal and external trade. Tom Collins reports
In conversation with Chatham House, former World Trade Organization (WTO) senior executive Abdel-Hamid Mamdouh lays out his bid to lead …
Neil Ford reports on national and regional energy transition strategies in North Africa