Africa's Education in Crisis?
While Africa has made remarkable progress, it is unlikely most countries will meet the MDG goal by 2015 and millions of children are still not getting access to a decent education, a new report by the Africa Progress Panel shows.
While the African continent has made great strides economically in the last decade can it sustain its gains and growth? Inside Story, with Al Jazeera ... see more »
African Development Bank, 9 May 2013
Africa must increase competitiveness or jeopardize future growth, warns the Africa Competitiveness Report 2013, which assesses prospects for sustainable growth of 38 African ...read more »
The Herald, 11 May 2013
The successes registered by African economies in achieving growth need to be consolidated by efforts to boost long term competitiveness if the continent is to achieve sustainable ...read more »
Democratic Alliance, 9 May 2013
The Africa Competitiveness Report 2013 released at the World Economic Forum (WEF) today ranks South Africa first overall in terms of economic competitiveness out of 38 African ...read more »
Africa Progress Panel, 25 September 2012
Africa's twin education crisis is reinforcing inequalities and fuelling political instability, according to a new report published today by the Africa Progress Panel, referring to ...read more »