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What Biden’s win means for Africa

The size of the American economy, the dominance of US companies and the power of the dollar means that Biden’s win in the US election is set to have far-reaching consequences around the world.…

New economic era for Sudan as US lifts sanctions

Sudan’s terror delisting signals the dawning of a new economic era for Khartoum, which could bring its economy back from the brink of economic collapse a year and a half after peaceful protests ousted long-time strongman Omar al Bashir.…

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.

Tariffs exacerbate US-South Africa rift

Four years into a presidency rich in bilateral visits, US President Barack Obama and his entourage finally landed in South Africa in June 2013.

How much does Trump care about Africa?

Imid-March, shortly after his return from Abuja, his last stop on a five-nation African tour, Rex Tillerson learned that US President Donald Trump had dismissed him as secretary of state via Twitter.…

Trump’s victory sparks African concern

Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States in a dramatic move that could have severe repercussions for America’s role in the international order and its relations with allies in Africa and beyond.…