Latest newsletter from Africa Confidentialen-gbhttps://www.africa-confidential.comAfrica Confidential's latest newsletter from Africa ConfidentialLatest newsletter from Africa Confidentialhttps://www.africa-confidential.com/images/logo_small.gifhttps://www.africa-confidential.comSudan | Cutting a deal on a knife-edgehttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12638/Cutting_a_deal_on_a_knife-edgeFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTFrom armed clashes to roundtable talks to threats of a walk-out, the transition jolts from crisis to crisisSudan6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12638/Cutting_a_deal_on_a_knife-edgehttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comSudan | Economy | A military-Islamist complexhttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12639/A_military-Islamist_complexFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTTo rescue the economy, the new government will have to free it from the grip of the generals, the spies and corrupt politiciansSudanEconomy6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12639/A_military-Islamist_complexhttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comSouth Africa | The Ramaphosa relaunchhttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12640/The_Ramaphosa_relaunchFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTThe President has the mandate to purge corruption from the ANC but his foes in the party will complicate reform effortsSouth Africa6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12640/The_Ramaphosa_relaunchhttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comGambia | Senegal | Pushing out the privateershttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12641/Pushing_out_the_privateersFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTOil majors are returning to the Senegal basin, and long-time local dealmakers like Frank Timis are gradually being eased outGambia, Senegal6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12641/Pushing_out_the_privateershttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comAngola | Sonangol's head rollshttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12642/Sonangol%27s_head_rollsFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTThe state oil company’s chair took the blame for chronic fuel shortages but there are deeper currents at workAngola6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12642/Sonangol%27s_head_rollshttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comSão Tomé & Príncipe | Graft, or statescraft?https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12643/Graft%2c_or_statescraftFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTThe detention of an ex-finance minister on corruption charges looks more like a ruse to keep his former boss in exileSão Tomé & Príncipe6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12643/Graft%2c_or_statescrafthttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comSomalia | Farmajo's big pushhttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12644/Farmajo%27s_big_pushFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTThe President is planning to launch a new anti-Al Shabaab military offensive. But the auguries are not favourableSomalia6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12644/Farmajo%27s_big_pushhttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.comLiberia | Weah on borrowed timehttps://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12645/Weah_on_borrowed_timeFri, 17 May 2019 00:00:00 GMTDonors' fury over misused funds add to the woes facing the President as a mass public protest loomsLiberia6010https://www.africa-confidential.com/article/id/12645/Weah_on_borrowed_timehttps://www.africa-confidential.comhttps://www.africa-confidential.com