AfCFTA Is A Magic Pill, But Africa Still Moving Too Slowly Towards A Single Market

An Afreximbank study said the volume of intra-Africa trade could amount to $400bn if AfCFTA led to market information being shared and widely available among African countries.

Nigeria Is Punching Well Below Its Weight Despite Having Huge Soft Power Capacity

Now the world’s second largest movie producer, Nigeria’s Nollywood has displaced the USA’s Hollywood and India’s Bollywood as the most important movie industry on the African continent.

With Hope Resting On Ramaphosa, He Sets Out A Bold Vision For South Africa. Can He Pull It Off?

The “Rainbow nation” seems to have revealed all its ugly stripes over the past few years: a rise in incidents of racism, tribalism, xenophobia, factionalism and continued high levels of gender-based violence.

Review Of ‘The Real Politics Of The Horn Of Africa’: It’s A Marketplace, Where The Currency Is Money And Violence

The author has been in the room during the big peace talks in the Horn of Africa, interviewing and befriending the region’s Big Men. The result is indigestible but brilliant.