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‘Man Of Action’ Sets His Mark

It is an “African” election that has set tongues wagging globally, but this time not for the usual reasons of rigging, violence and leaders overstaying …

High Noon In Liberia

As the first round of Liberia’s presidential election did not produce an absolute winner, the country goes to the polls again on November 8 in …

The Power of Reading

The Power of Reading. One of the greatest satisfactions of producing African Business is when we receive a letter from someone in Africa commenting about …

Rebuilding Reputations

It takes plenty of effort, planning and time to build up a reputation, especially in the often high-strung environment of the financial world; but it …

Who Killed Hammarskjöld?

On 18 September 1961, the second UN secretary general, Dag Hammarskjöld, was killed in a mysterious plane crash in the Zambian town of Ndola. He …