The Proxy Battle For Africa’s Indian Ocean States: Will They Go With India, China, Or Date Both?

It is telling that both Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi have prioritised visits to Mauritius and the Seychelles in recent years.

China Couldn’t Save Them All: Indebted Africa Returns To IMF, That Old Hated Banker

The number of sub-Saharan African countries in debt distress or facing high risk of debt distress rose from 7 in 2013 to 12 in 2016…time for bailouts.

‘Smart’ Connected Africa Has Tapped Technology To Drive Growth, But Will ICT Be Continent’s Development Magic Bullet?

Mainstream adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Africa is projected to take the next two to five years and is expected to have the most transformational impact on local businesses in the same period

In Big Hit ‘Wolf Warrior 2’ Chinese Hero Takes On Africa’s Bad Guys: What It Says About Beijing’s Game On The Continent

After its peacekeeepers were killed in South Sudan and Mali, many Chinese citizens demanded revenge.

Book Revisits Tanzania’s Nyerere: Saint, Dictator, Nation Builder And African Statesman All Rolled Into One

The book also highlights Nyerere’s power consolidation through overt and covert means. However, his voluntary retirement from the presidency in 1985 meant that he took the elder statesman mantle.