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  • Ethiopia: Lakeside City Surmounts Africa's Tourism Crisis


    The evening calm is broken by a roll of drums at a social joint near the Rahnile Hotel. Crowds stream through the streets to answer the call of the rhythm, pulled by the promise of... Read more »

December 11

  • West Africa: Why TIME Tapped Ebola Fighters


    "The rest of the world can sleep at night because a group of men and women are willing to stand and fight." That's why TIME named Ebola Fighters as the Person of the Year 2014,... Read more »

December 10

  • Congo-Kinshasa: Kabila Forms Unity Govt


    A day after the Democratic Republic of Congo’s second-largest opposition party, the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC), agreed to join a national unity government,... Read more »

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December 01

  • Cameroon: Taming Waters for Health, Jobs in Yaounde


    More than half the world’s eight billion people will be living in cities within five years, demographers predict – and Africa is at the forefront of that transition. Read more »

  • Africa: Entrepreneurs Will Create the Jobs [guest column]


    In the last week alone, the international media has been buzzing about Chi, a Nigerian drinks company, and Africell, the largest mobile phone operator in Sierra Leone and Gambia.... Read more »

  • West Africa: 'Huge Risk' of Ebola Spreading, UN Warns


    "There is a huge risk to the world that Ebola will spread," the head of UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER), Tony Bunbury, warned in an interview with the BBC. He said... Read more »

  • Africa: The Economics of Pro-Poor Health Policy [guest column]


    West Africa's Ebola crisis highlights the need for regional bodies such as the Southern African Development Community to cooperate to facilitate access to medicines by the poor,... Read more »

November 28

  • Lesotho: Crisis Slows Lesotho's Growth


    Lesotho's political and security crisis this year has contributed to slowing economic growth substantially, according to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report. Read more »

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