Africans have more in common with each other than differences, so why does the dream of a One Africa, as envisaged by Kwame Nkrumah, remain so elusive? asks Moky Makura
Africa only trades a fraction of its food intra-regionally. This can change with the AfCFTA, which will enable the private sector to play a far greater and more beneficial role in the production and distribution of food. Neil Ford investigates.
A new raft of agreements is set to multiply trade volumes between Africa and the UK for mutual benefit, as the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Uganda, Rwanda and DRC, Lord Dolar Popat, explains.
How can Africa optimise its creative industries and harness its soft power? A virtual seminar brought together some of Africa’s leading voices. Neil Ford reports.
In a wide-ranging interview, Professor Benedict Oramah, the President of Afreximbank, shares his philosophical insights on Africa’s place in the world today.
Nigeria does not seem to be too enthusiastic to ratify the AfCFTA, but a change from its traditional restrictive stance on trade could open up vast new opportunities, argues Dianna Games