Is Africa the Big Brexit Winner?
Smart policies and diplomacy could allow Britain to capitalise on the indifferent economic attitude the rest of the Western world has towards Africa. And African countries with strategic clout and collective bargaining acumen could broker favourable trade and investment deals rather than have terms dictated to them, as has been in the past, writes Ronak Gopaldas for ISS.
ISS, 13 April 2018
Following the 2016 Brexit referendum, Britain needs to forge new and strong strategic alliances and trade relationships. Where and how does Africa feature in this equation? Read more »
Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Wants to Exploit Brexit
New Zimbabwe, 19 January 2018
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa is looking to exploit the opportunity presented by Brexit to push for a rapid mending of broken political ties with Zimbabwe's former coloniser… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 6 October 2017
Six months after British Prime Minister Theresa May formally started Brexit talks, are we any closer to knowing what post-Brexit Britain's relations with Africa will look like? Read more »
"Brexit does not mean that the British government will turn its back on Africa," said Lord Paul Boateng, a Member of the United Kingdom's House of Lords. He was speaking at th Read more »