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Projects funded by the World Bank Group’s private sector arm fuel violent conflict – it’s time to reform the system.

To what extent does private investment help developing countries to reduce conflict and violence and

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“Diabetes is South Africa’s second biggest killer disease: hiking the sugar tax would help”

Diabetes is South Africa’s second biggest killer disease: hiking the sugar tax would help

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China’s enormous surveillance state is still growing

From the Economist/November 23, 2023 The sleepy county of Kaijiang, on the eastern fringes of Sichuan

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From African Business: How Africa’s cotton markets could help to boost continental growth

OPINION BY: Sunday Odojo, Fousseini Traore, and Chahir Zaki Africa’s reputation as a resource-rich powerhouse

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Africa’s Eurobonds market roars back to life

The Covid-19 pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine, and the surge in global interest rates have

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Egypt: EU commission president discusses Gaza humanitarian crisis

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen stated on Saturday that she opposed the "forced

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World Bank suspension of Uganda funds over anti-homosexuality law: what this says about the struggle over funds and sovereignty

Jon Harald Sande Lie, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs The World Bank issued a statement

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Google, Tesla, Apple: Blow for activists as US court dismisses child labour cases

US court ruling in favour of Alphabet (Google), Apple, Dell, Microsoft and Tesla is a ‘profound disappointment’ for activists fighting

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Ghana’s Akufo-Addo wants Africa’s stash of cash brought back home from abroad

By Bright Simons/The Africa Report African leaders have called for repatriating 30% of the continent’s foreign reserves held overseas. Is

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UNECA’s Claver Gatete: “We need to focus on a practical, collaborative and regional approach”

The executive secretary of UNECA says that the organisation is finding the best ways to collaborate with African countries to

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Africa’s Eurobonds market roars back to life

Recent successful Eurobond issuances by Côte d’Ivoire, Benin and Kenya are a sign that global financial conditions are getting more

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Invest in African movies or miss out on the film market of the future

Opinion by Sarudzayi Marufu/African Business Filmmakers in Africa are used to going it alone. Long overlooked by international studios as

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To shape Africa’s future, ramp up investments in youth education and leadership

Investing in the leadership potential of young Africans, especially women and girls, is a step towards establishing Africa as a

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Africa’s debt crisis needs a bold new approach: expert outlines a way forward

By Danny Bradlow/The Conversation It hasn’t been easy for African states to finance their developmental and environmental policy objectives over

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