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Jab race hits new snag

Slow and unpredictable supplies and donations continue to disrupt the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines in Africa. According to the World Health Organization, most vaccine donations ha...


In on the Actum

Actum International UK is the new big player in African political lobbying, taking over K–Street lobby shop Mercury Public Affairs' foreign lobbying contracts after absorbing...


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African delegations frustrated by summit's weakness on climate finance and Europe's levies on fossil-fuel exports

Hardest hit by climate change but producing the lowest emissions, the continent is losing out in the deal-making in Scotland

Negotiators at the UN COP26 climate summit, which is due to close on 12 November, are racing to avert failure on its two main aims: to limit global temperature rises to well below ...

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A slow road to recovery

The region’s economies on average will lose over 5% of output by 2024 relative to pre-pandemic trends, according to the IMF

Twenty months since Covid-19 first disrupted the global economy, the outlook for Africa's economies remains subdued. The upgrades by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World...


Elysée tries to reset history

Facing a tough election next year, President Macron is fighting off attacks from the far right and recasting Africa policy

Despite hosting a new-style dialogue with activists and artists and attending a commemoration in Paris for a long hushed-up 1961 massacre of Algerian demonstrators, Emmanuel Macron...


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