But as the lockdown starts to bite, there are more questions than answers…
- As Lagos, Nairobi and Johannesburg slowly fall silent, how do informal workers survive?
- How are governments coping?
- What are the geopolitics of the moment, the international response and the local fightback?
- Will Kenya’s healthcare system get privatised?
We speak to our correspondents on the ground.
This podcast was recorded on 27 March – a few hours before Moody’s decided to downgrade South Africa to junk status, and before several countries declared new cases of coronavirus.
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