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THE AFRICA REPORT N°122

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Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo addresses his red lines over the IMF debt deal

TikTok, the politics of tomorrow, and the expansion of Big Tech in Africa

From the battle-ground states to the candidates to watch

Region by region data, profiles, and trends for the year ahead

Putting Africa at the heart of the global energy transition, thanks to its ‘critical minerals’

Shinkolobwe means nothing to most people, despite the fact this city of Katanga has changed the course of history. It was from a mine located ... near this city that the uranium for the American Manhattan atomic programme came. At a time when the global energy transition is accelerating, Shinkolobwe, DRC, and more broadly Africa, have the opportunity to participate again in changing the world, in a peaceful way, thanks to their resources in “critical minerals”.

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Cocoa War: Farmers vs multinationals

Cocoa War: Farmers vs multinationals

Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana have engaged in a tug-of-war with North American and European chocolate industry giants ton ensure a fair remuneration of their cocoa farmers. But can they bring about such changes?

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