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Jeanine Mabunda Lioko Mudiayi, Member of the National Assembly of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) talks to New African about the results of Cop26 for Africa. Read more
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Makhtar Diop, the first African to head the International Finance Corporation (IFC), shares his vision for the next five years.
If Biden’s America is to re-establish its leadership role in Africa, it has to pull out the stops, argues Ambassador Charles R. Stith.
Gilbert Houngbo, President of IFAD, explains how his life-long quest for social justice has provided the moral compass that shaped his career.
‘Then a Wind Blew’ tells the story of Zimbabwe’s independence war through the voices of three women. It is a must-read for anyone wishing to understand those times.
Africa cannot sit on its hands and let this great and ancient nation tear itself to pieces while we fiddle with protocols, says New African editor Anver Versi.
The Africa Cup of Nations is all set to roll out in January in Cameroon. With a host of top international club players on display, the tournament promises a feast of very high quality soccer and individual skills, says .
African youth are being driven to extremes – if they speak out they risk the wrath of government oppression but if they remain silent they risk falling into despair, says Moky Makura.
As a result of the campaign to return stolen African artefacts to the continent many Western countries are now returning objects. Resistance remains but victory is inevitable, says Onyekachi Wambu.
Flé Doumbia, author of the “Guide to Trade between Europe and Africa” talks us through his conclusions and recommendations on how to increase African exports.
Finbarr Toesland explores the world of African insurance and discusses how this vital sector can redefine and reshape itself to begin fulfilling its great potential.
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.