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The new battle for the Bank

Bank officials advise African economies to seek new sources of funding

‘Is it Africa’s time?’ asked Ghanaian journalist Komla Dumor at a seminar at the African Development Bank’s annual meeting in Marrakech on 29 May. His panelists – AfDB President Do...

The rise of Team Kaberuka

Outpacing the World Bank’s operations on the continent, the African Development Bank is winning greater international attention

A year into his second term as President of the African Development Bank, Donald Kaberuka was cheering on North Africa’s revolutions at the AfDB’s annual meeting in Portugal on 9-1...

Bringing in the money

The continent may have escaped the worst of the world recession and its big multilateral lender is getting ready for more growth

The mini-power cut that plunged the elegant plenary hall of the Hôtel Ivoire into darkness was met by consternation and a few knowing chuckles. It came just before the arrival of t...

New management for new tasks

Recent years have seen a relentless quest for African talent in the African Development Bank, with significant recruitment at all levels. Around 40% of the staff joined within the ...

Higher level

The African Development Bank should become the foremost development institution on the continent and it should invest in big cross-border infrastructure projects, promote African e...

Kaberuka seizes the moment

As economies grow and rival institutions falter, Africa's bank has a rare chance to establish a critical role on the continent

The fireworks and acrobatic displays are over but the Shanghai effect lingers at the African Development Bank, which held its annual meeting there on 16-17 May. One of the ADB's mo...

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