BLOOMBERG 10 January 2019 by PAULINE BAX, MICHAEL COHEN & PAUL RICHARDSON The start of 2019 has seen a flurry of political activity from Mali to Madagascar, with a shock opposition victory in Africa’s biggest country, protests against long-serving rulers, a short-lived coup and agitation stirred by economic mismanagement all suggesting this will be a year to watch...

THE STRATEGIST 12 December 2018 by PETER CONNOLLY As China’s national and international economic interests have steadily grown, so has the People’s...

Policyforum.net 2  August 2018 China’s engagement with Africa has long been shaped by its foreign policy of non-interference in the internal affairs...

Venture Africa 27 July 2018 DP World, a leading port operator based in Dubai has announced that it has signed a 20-year concession with the government...

allAfrica 16 July 2018 In late June, top military officials from Mali, Sierra Leone, South Sudan and dozens of other African countries gathered to discuss...