There is major scope to increase Africa’s “fiscal space” – its capacity to raise tax revenues
While Rwanda’s parliament goes through the motions of allowing Paul Kagame a third term, the President granted New African a wide-ranging interview.
Over the last few months the racial politics of South African rugby has been undergoing potentially seismic changes.
American and European attempts to maintain control in the Middle East are a source of great instability.
As new global development goals come into effect, Africa stands as the promised land, writes the President of Namibia.
The mishandling of cases of alleged sexual violence by peacekeepers in the Central African Republic reveals an accountability gap at the UN.
Will the CCM remain the dominant party after its toughest examination at the ballot box?
If African policymakers can be very strategic and seize the moment, the economic decline in China may afford a window of opportunity.
Nigeria’s former Finance Minister argues that resource mobilisation is essential to future development.