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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is bad news for the whole continentWaiswa Nkwanga calls on Ebola-free African countries to realise that international media coverage of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is bad news for economic growth in the whole continent. The world is accustomed to tragic news coming out of Africa. Still, it could be argued that the Ebola virus wreaking havoc in West Africa and spreading globally has pushed […]
Book Review: Democratic Trajectories in Africa: Unravelling the Impact of Foreign Aid, edited by Danielle Resnick and Nicolas van de WalleDespite impressive economic growth rates over the last decade, foreign aid still plays a significant role in Africa’s political economies. This book asks when, why, and how foreign aid has facilitated, or hindered, democratization in sub-Saharan Africa. The authors use a combination of cross-country quantitative analyses and in-depth case studies of Benin, Ghana, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia based […]
Central African Republic: Fear and Loathing in Bangui[AI London]In Bangui's Nguingo neighbourhood, up the Oubangui river from the city center, people are scared.
Lesotho: Top Basotho Security Chiefs Step Down[allAfrica]Cape Town -Three top Basotho military and police commanders implicated in recent political turmoil in the country will step aside to help create a climate in which new elections can be held.
Primary focus of response must be to halt spread of Ebola in West Africa – UNAs the international community mobilizes on all fronts to combat the unfolding Ebola outbreak, the primary emphasis must continue to be on stopping the transmission of the virus within Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three hardest-hit countries, United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) experts said today.
DR Congo: UN Mission comes under attack, steps up securityThe United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo, known as MONUSCO, has stepped up its security following several attacks on its bases in North Kivu, including one this morning, when a large number of youths converged on the premises, and another yesterday which required the evacuation of 12 staff members.
African Development Bank
Heads of AfDB, AU and ECA in Guinea to show support for country’s fight against Ebola
La FAE à la conférence du Havre, en France : une meilleure gestion de l’eau, condition d’un développement économique durable