Irrigation schemes are helping to boost the potential of Cameroon’s more arid areas while moves are afoot to ensure the sustainability of its important cocoa sector.
Omar Ben Yedder expresses his dismay at the dearth of big thinking coming from Africa and sets a challenge to the continent’s thinkers to come up with powerful new visions.
Lord Peter Hain pays tribute to his long-time friend and fellow campaigner for justice, the late great Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Has the ANC succeeded in transforming from a liberation movement to an effective governing party or has it outlived its usefulness? Mushtak Parker reads the runes.
South Africa is going through very tough times, but the critics haven’t reckoned with the determination of the people to rise above their problems, says Ivor Ichikowitz.
Following a stunning reversal of fortunes for government forces, can we now expect to see concrete moves towards a ceasefire and negotiations in Ethiopia? James Jeffery reports.
As we’ve seen from AFCON, some events encourage us to find out about other African countries and bring us together as Africans. Let’s have more of them, says Moky Makura.
As Cameroon hosts the Africa Cup of Nations, Frederic Nonos looks at how the tournament has boosted the country’s infrastructure and united the nation behind its team.