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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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Tackling Boko Haram: some policy ideas for Nigeria

Fr. Atta Barkindo suggests some short- and long-term interventions that could have a significant impact in tackling Boko Haram in Nigeria.
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Tanzania: From Democracy to Autocracy?

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

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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Africa’s problem is planning, not implementation!

Are Africans born deficient of an “implementation gene”? Of course not; Africans can implement as well as everyone else.
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The view from Osun state

Whilst Governor Rauf Aregbesola appears more focused on erecting “legacy” structures, public workers are not paid their salaries and retired public servants are not getting their pensions.