In Depth

Wed,17Jan2018

In Depth

Skeletons in the closet, loyalty to the party and South Africa’s political landscape

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With South Africa’s 2019 national elections looming overhead, its political landscape has not caught a break as each month, and even week, that passes another ‘skeleton in the closet’ comes out to shock the public.

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Nairobi: The eastern gateway

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Nairobi is coming of age as a crossroads between new investors and old money. But mounting pressure on infrastructure and a lack of housing must be addressed

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From Rwanda to the world

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RwandAir is in the midst of an ambitious expansion plan that would see it serve four continents, as the airline seeks a new chief executive to lead the way

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Zimbabwe's Indigenisation Intrigues

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The government holds up the Blanket gold mine as a success story for its indigenisation programme, but is now offering foreign-owned mining companies a softer option

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Tourism and its potential in Africa

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Africa now accounts for a small part of the world’s tourism market, and policymakers from South Africa to the Seychelles want to change that

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Liberia Presidential hopeful: "Sometimes we didn’t follow through"

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As October elections approach, Liberia's vice-president Joseph Boakai is hopeful of winning the presidency, but is caught in a tough scramble to convince Liberians he embodies change

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