Wagner, an unofficial private security company linked to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, is becoming increasingly active in the continent and is a key player in Sudan and the CAR. From Khartoum to Bamako, via Bangui and Saint Petersburg, we dive into the shadowy world of real and fake mercenaries.
Agriculture across Africa is faced with different challenges. From squeezing the right orange for juice to sipping the perfectly steeped tea, producers are rising to the challenge through technology, persistence and tradition. We look at the varied agribusinesses across the continent.
President Macron is pushing French companies out of their comfort zones and into Nigeria, to try to build a new generation of Franco-Nigerian industrial partnerships. Gathering six of Nigeria's biggest entrepreneurs at Versailles on 28 June is only the start.
Angolas President João Lourenço, who took over from José Eduardo dos Santos in 2017, has only one year left before he faces upcoming general elections. In this series, we examine the strengths and weaknesses of this ambitious head of state with a Herculean task ahead of him.
As Ethiopia vows to fill the GERD for a second time this July, Egypt is no longer mincing its words when it comes to actions it is willing to take to mitigate any loss of access to the Nile. In this series, we examine the personalities of the leaders involved, the stakes for the Nile basin countries, and the way in which Egypt and Ethiopia alike have turned the issue into a matter of national survival.