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Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

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Rwanda’s promise of prosperity & economic stability

Rwanda is also one of fastest-growing economies in Africa. The country has recorded stable high economic growth for past few years averaging 8 per cent. The country’s economy expanded by 5.9 per cent last year and is projected to grow by 6.2 per cent this year. Rwanda’s capital Kigali is a robust trade and economic […]

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Vanilla farming in Madagascar

Madagascar is ranked as the words largest producer of vanilla beans. The world's top vanilla exporting country farmers just like most of the other hard-toiling farmers in Africa dealing in other cash crops, the farmers here live in poverty and constant fear of losing their crop to theft. In Sava region, Madagascar, crop theft is prevalent as a result of […]

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South Sudan factions sign peace deal: What next?

In a previous article, the network gave a brief history of the Sudan crisis since it rolled during independence. A bunch of policy failures and cultural adjustment caused the great empire of Sudan to plummet in astronomical manners. This problems has gone on for years, a large number of the Sudanese people have known nothing […]

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Monetary coloniality and the stalled development in the West and central African franc zone.

Most African countries adopted national currencies after they gained independence such that colonial currency areas gradually disintegrated. These were the case, for instance, with the sterling area, the escudo zone, the peseta zone and the Belgian monetary zone. The franc zone however was the exception to the rule. Created at the end of the Second […]

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The widening wealth Gap in Kenya

Most African governments continue to grapple with the challenge of a widening wealth gap in the different African countries where inequality continues to shadow the economic growth or social political gains such as growing democracy, human rights and inclusivity in the developing African nations. Kenya, a developing East African country has had a great inequality […]


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Infatuation with English Soccer

The growing infatuation with English football in Africa; can the sport foster unity amongst the sports fans and citizenry at large? Since the inception of television in Sub Saharan Africa around the 1970s, the love for European sports like soccer, rugby and volleyball spread across the continent. Among those sports, soccer stands out with the […]


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