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Business tries to defy gravity

Lower trade barriers, the search for new financing mechanisms and demand from Asia could help Africa’s top companies to continue on their paths to growth  

 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 April 2010 11:46

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Anansi: Heavy weaponry in Casamance

Senegal's Casamance region continues to simmer

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South Africa: Decision time for the Parastatals

Interim CEOs are heading up most of South Africa’s state-run utilities while party politicians fight it out over patronage opportunities and the public policy choices that have divided Zuma’s cabinet

Last Updated on Monday, 22 March 2010 18:25

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South Africa's land obsession

New delays in the land reform process demonstrate that the ‘willing buyer, willing seller’ model of redistribution has not offered government a quick fix, nor met the expectations of commercial farmers and dispossessed rural communities

 

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New partners bring their talents and their needs

Partnerships on the horizon

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Africa and the US: Great expectations

Important questions remain on Obama's new policy in Africa

 

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Solar energy: In praise of the sun king

Hot, unrelenting and free for all, the sun is a glaring answer to Africa’s energy poverty.

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