infrastructure
C-19: Ethiopia and the rule of law

C-19: Ethiopia and the rule of law

Hardly any of Ethiopia’s state parastatals epitomise the old-fashioned way of doing business more than the National Lottery Administration (NLA). The NLA was first incorporated in 1953, by imperial decree. Were it not...

Banking on benevolence

Banking on benevolence

Malawi: infrastructure After fifty years of ‘overlooking’ economic growth, Malawi plans to encourage public-private partnerships to fund infrastructure development By Collins Mtika For years, Malawi has banked on the...

What are the odds?

What are the odds?

SDG 9: Innovation, infrastructure and sustainable development Africa’s lack of infrastructure is becoming particularly noticeable in an era of technological innovation By Yunus Momoniat Even in 1972, when the term...

Living on the frontline

Living on the frontline

Development efforts by local authorities in a bid to deal with urbanisation have increased incidences of forced evictions, sometimes with deadly consequences The bulldozers arrived late at night after residents of...