Extremisms in Africa – Book launch & Workshop

Introductory Remarks: Extremisms in Africa – Book launch and workshop Excellencies, members of the diplomatic corps, generals, officers and other...

Megacities: Key drivers of economic performance

Most of sub-Saharan Africa's cities are ill prepared for the rapid and dramatic population increase that will occur by 2035. [author_image...

Africa must nudge China towards more sustainable energy investments

Policy recommendations The Africa-China partnership needs escalation to a new sustainability-focused phase in which China prioritises, and Africa...

From around Africa

The politics of service delivery in African cities

The politics of service delivery in African cities

Due to the economic relevance and growing concentration of voters in African cities, these territorial entities represent sites of intense political competition Urbanisation represents one of the main demographic transformations confronting sub-Saharan Africa today,...

Land grabs and muggers

Land grabs and muggers

Surging crime and broken dreams reveal the underbelly of this rapidly expanding east African capital Michael Mwaura graduated from the University of Nairobi’s School of Business in 2009 and within two months secured a job with a leading audit firm in Nairobi, Kenya’s...

A downward spiral of public services

A downward spiral of public services

Vested political interests have made it impossible for Harare’s mayor to implement a business strategy he believed would turn around service delivery in the city Zimbabwe’s local government system was once considered to be one of the best in Africa, we learn from a...


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