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Mozambique’s debt crisis: Trawling for answers by Nick Branson

In anticipation of an audit of borrowing by three Mozambican companies afforded questionable sovereign guarantees, this paper examines their debts and considers how the government and its creditors might extricate themselves from the current crisis.
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Interactive Timeline of Mozambique’s debt crisis

A cast of international actors facilitated US$2 billion of borrowing by Mozambican corporations afforded dubious sovereign guarantees. Outsiders also played a critical role in uncovering the debts. This timeline highlights some important moments in an extremely fishy tale.
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Tanzania: From Democracy to Autocracy? by Zitto Kabwe

Zitto Kabwe, party leader of ACT-Wazalendo and the Member of Parliament for Kigoma Urban constituency, argues that while the United Republic of Tanzania is a youthful and dynamic nation, beneath the surface not all is well.
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Uganda’s economy: 31 years of moving in circles by Ramathan Ggoobi

Ramathan Ggoobi argues that has the NRM failed to deliver on its 1986 promise of an "independent, integrated and self-sustaining national economy"
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No renaissance for Plateau State by Richard Ali

Richard Ali returns to Jos, only to find that the road to Jos is nothing like that of yesteryear for young people.
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The view from Delta State by Eromo Egbejule

Eromo Egbejule explains why a former Delta governor, who was charged with fraud, is still celebrated by the very people he stole from.
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Religious strife: a view from Kaduna by Dr Bala Mohammed Liman

Dr Bala Mohammed Liman argues that the political elite in Kaduna often pushes the idea that differences are what make Nigeria great, but government actions and policies are usually more divisive than unifying.