Mozambique is entering a crucial period in its history. Its LNG projects could add $100bn to the economy over 25 years, but the industry itself is under threat from insurgents. Neil Ford examines the current situation.
The insurgency being waged by the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah (ASWJ) movement in northern Mozambique is causing widespread death and destruction. Neil Ford investigates.
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.
Development of the Minim Martap bauxite mine will benefit Cameroon in a number of ways, including through job creation, generating export revenues and infrastructural development. Neil Ford reports
Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT), funded by the African Development Bank, is revolutionising African agricultural production. Report by Neil Ford
Djibouti had little going for it when it became independent in 1977, but by exploiting its geographic position and putting into place well thought-out policies, it has developed into a global trading centre