The Africa Report

Archived since May 2016

13 issues

The best reference in African affairs. The Africa Report is the international publication of reference dedicated to African affairs, anticipating economic and political changes in Africa and relied upon for the independent expertise in its surveys, sector reports and country focus in each issue.

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Our double issue for July and August takes a look at the diaspora population around the globe and how they are changing the continent’s narrative from abroad. Kenyan politics come under the spotlight as we consider Raila Odinga’s chances, ahead of the August polls. We profile Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, the former AU commission chair, who rates her chances of becoming ANC president this year. With President Buhari temporarily out of the picture, Nigeria’s vice-president Osinbajo is left to tackle festering ethnic and regional sentiments threatening the country. Our country focus profiles Cameroon and looks at how the marginalised English-speaking enclaves in Bamenda are pushing back. We look at how Google, the American tech giant, is using training programmes to reel in new African internauts. We also ask whether Egypt has lost its capital, in our Art & Life section.

Subjects: Africa, Economics, News, Politics

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The best reference in African affairs. The Africa Report is the international publication of reference dedicated to African affairs, anticipating economic and political changes in Africa and relied upon for the independent expertise in its surveys, sector reports and country focus in each issue.

  • First Issue: First Issue: May 2016
  • Latest Issue: July/ August 2017
  • Issue Count: 13
  • Published: Not set

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