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Contemporary African art goes on display at London fair

05102018LondonA series of three trees greet visitors arriving at the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in central London.

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London Stock Exchange: London calling Africa

 

Vivo energy raised $742m on the LSE in May. Photo: Vivo energyAs African financial centres like Johannesburg and Casablanca grow and Brexit negotiations take over Britain’s agenda, will the City of London remain Africa’s financial capital?

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Private equity | The fall of Abraaj

Arif Naqvi - ANGEL FRANCO/NYT-REDUX-REA
In the wake of the private-equity firm’s collapse and the exposure of its governance weaknesses Africa-focused funds will face much greater scrutiny from investors

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Illegal ivory trade seen booming in the EU

 

80 pieces of illegal ivory tested as part of an Avaaz study are displayed in front of the EU Commission, together with a life-sized model of an elephant, to call for a ban on the ivory trade in Europe on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, in Brussels. Photo: Olivier Matthys/AP/SIPAIn spite of a ban, illegal ivory trading is still flourishing in the European Union, as traders use a loophole allowing for the exchange of antique pieces. 

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World Cup Memoir: A Postcard from Russia

Photo: copyright Eromo EgbejuleWhen I sit down in my old age to tell my grandchildren the story of my life’s adventures, the bittersweet story of how I spent twelve days in Russia as a fan and reporter during the 2018 World Cup, will rank high.

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