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On 9 September, US ambassador Mike Hammer, an influential supporter of DRC's Félix Tshisekedi’s administration, met with businessman Moïse ... Katumbi, who is also one of the pillars of the 'Union Sacrée', to discuss the 2023 elections and the Tshiani Law.
Investors piling into Egyptian Treasury bills, yielding between 11% and 13%, risk disappointment as President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seeks to push ... through the first increase in bread prices in decades, analysts say.
In what state of mind does Guinea's deposed president find himself? Under what conditions might he hope to be released? An ECOWAS mission was ... able to meet with Alpha Condé on 10 September. We've got this exclusive report from that meeting.
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Algeria has embarked on a vastly new diplomatic campaign, which has involved appointing more than 70 ambassadors and consuls general. Seven special ... envoys have also been hired that will be directly attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The African CEO Forum offers solutions for the African private sector after a tough financial year brought on by the pandemic. To be held digitally ... from the 28th to the 30th September 2021, the Forum tackles the question, 'How can Africa and its private sector navigate change?'
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has released its fifth annual Goalkeepers Report, which this year documents the pandemic’s impact on progress ... towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. It argues that Africa should be able to refocus on the bigger development challenges in the months ahead, as long as it builds on health innovation and growing strength in laboratories and pharmaceutical manufacturing.
In bypassing Morocco to supply Spain, Algeria could severely impact the kingdom’s production of electricty. However, it may also cause a significant ... logistical and financial headache for Algiers, whereby Madrid may end up playing the role of arbitrator.
Signs that an African debt crisis has been averted and the prospect of a demographic shift to smaller family sizes mean that North Africa can ... lead a period of rapid economic growth across the continent, Charles Robertson, chief economist at Renaissance Capital, tells The Africa Report.