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Theresa Mary May

Date of Birth: 1 October 1956
Place of Birth: Eastbourne, England


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How the UK election will affect trade

Ever since Britain voted to leave the European Union in 2016 successive prime ministers – Theresa May and now Boris Johnson – have promised expansive new trade deals with Africa...

There is also the ambitious pledge – made by Theresa May last year – that Britain plans to be the biggest single investor in Africa of the G-7 countries...


Move over darling

Britain sees trade in Africa as less tied into international agreements and Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged that the UK will be the G7's number one investor in Africa by 2022 (AC Vol 59 No 17 Europe discovers Africa again)...


Ncube wins foreign fans

That is made worse by Prime Minister Theresa May's immersion in her troubled attempts to pull Britain out of the European Union (AC Vol 58 No 13 UK vote stalls trade talks)...


Europe discovers Africa, again

British Prime Minister Theresa May and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are criss-crossing the African continent arguing that there are links between economic growth and long-term security in Africa to stem immigration which has become a political football in Europe and severely weakened Merkel's position...


This land may be your land

Ramaphosa sought to re-assure investors and the British Prime Minister Theresa May that the ANC's support for a parliamentary resolution by Malema's EFF to amend the constitution to allow EWC would not be allowed to damage the economy...


UK leans to Mnangagwa

Prime Minister Theresa May's government has been sending economists to Harare in an effort to persuade other donors of the merits of a debt relief programme we hear...


Ramaphosa begins world tour

Ramaphosa is to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace and Prime Minister Theresa May in Downing Street on the eve of the summit...


Trading on the fly

The latest leg of British Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox's African charm offensive found itself overshadowed when his colleague International Development Secretary Priti Patel was summoned home from Kampala by Prime Minister Theresa May who forced her to resign from the cabinet...


Whose aid is it anyway?

Since her appointment by Prime Minister Theresa May in July 2016 Patel has made much of her plans to cut aid which are popular in the governing Conservative party and spend more on encouraging and subsidising private companies in developing economies...


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