More Patronizing European Advice Won’t Make Africa Rich

by Stacy Ndlovu Last month, during a press conference at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, a journalist from the Ivory Coast asked French President Emmanuel Macron why there was no Marshall Plan for Africa. His response, which included a claim that Africa’s problems were, at least in part, “civilisational” triggered a predictable social media …

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Africa News Headlines for 28 January 2015

Are 60% of sex workers in South Africa HIV-positive? Source: The South African AFRICOM Commander Wants Full Counterinsurgency Plan for Boko Haram Source: Defense One Data Providers Need To Step Up To Africa’s Internet Demand Source: Ventures Africa China defends aid role in Africa Source: Business Recorder African students show progress Source: The Whig Are …

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Africa News Headlines for 7 April 2014

JPMorgan, U.K. Government Invest in Fund for Africa Business Source: Bloomberg 20th Commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide Source: U.S. Department of State   World Bank Says Political, Market Turmoil Weighing on Africa Source: Wall Street Journal The Fourth Europe-Africa Summit Source: Business Day Kenya, Turkey to ink deals to enhance bilateral ties Source: Shanghai Daily   Africa Could Feed the …

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