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- Africa must lead on capital flight
- South Africa: to leave or not to leave?
The new award will inspire pride in African places, enhance their competitiveness, grow tourism and investment, and contribute to the greater development of the continent.
Hani Salem Sonbol, CEO of the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation, explains the new directions his organisation is taking in the light of the global upheaval caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Although Black TV presenters and actors are now plentiful in the British media, representation of the diaspora’s contribution to British culture remains thin and distorted.
Mohammed VI Polytechnic University’s (UM6P) Week of Science paid tribute to Arab scientists and philosophers who shaped the history of science
The biennial WISE Summit in Doha Qatar, perhaps the world’s biggest and most important international education conference, is on schedule for its December 7 – 9th opening.
While Africa may not yield the influence of the G7, she has the potential to inspire the world with a new vision for a green future and Kenya in many ways is a showcase for this, says Ambassador Monica Juma.
The Eritrean diaspora contains a number of groups opposed to the dictatorial regime of President Isaias Afwerki but internal differences have prevented any effective action. How can they be brought together?
Covid-19 induced lockdowns have led to a worrying spike in teenage pregnancies in Uganda. Epajjar Ojulu ponders what can be done to stem this trend.
Dr Mensah is an expert in fibre optics and nano technology without whose work fibre optics would not be what it is today. Baffour Ankomah profiles one of Global Africa’s great scientists.
A golden opportunity to create a peaceful, united Libya where women can enjoy their full human rights must not be lost, says Amal Bourhrous
In recent months, thousands of Boko Haram fighters have surrendered to authorities in Nigeria and Cameroon, but the prospects of lasting peace are limited as long as the underlying causes of disaffection remain
More countries should support the effort to maximise the growth and development impact of the SDR allocation, says Afreximbank’s Hippolyte Fofack.