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Ghana seeks solutions to power woes for economic growth

 
 

18716.HRGhana’s lights are back on, but the chaos is not over. President Akufo-Addo’s government must address a legacy of emergency power plant commissions and costly over-production if it is to embrace the opportunities for growth

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Africa's top 500 companies: Oil firms look to a brighter future

Ulrich Lebeuf/M.Y.O.P.Figures from 2016 show the effects of investor stagnation and servicing expensive debts, but the future looks brighter

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'Boko Haram have branded us as infidels': Nigeria's struggle to rebuild communities torn apart by terrorism

 

Afolabi Sotunde/ReutersThe Borno State governor talks to The Africa Report  about fostering tolerance, rebuilding communities and why he is focusing on the next generation of young people

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Nigeria's oil chief looks to tackle rising production costs and overpriced gasoline imports

 

Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg/via Getty ImagesNigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari's government is pushing several changes to fix systematic problems in the oil sector but faces vested interests and the demands of communities in producing areas

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Liberia: Where there’s a will…

 

18926.HRAfter losing out in the 2005 and 2012 elections, former footballer George Weah is now president, and shaking up politics with his young support base and big promises

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Nigeria's musical legends of J-Town

 

ALL RIGHTS RESERVEDSometimes it just takes a spark to ignite a musical generation. This is the story of Jos, the Plateau State city that birthed a galaxy of stars for the Nigerian recording industry

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