Time for African Economic Miracle

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By Dan Steinbock In the 20th century, Africa gained political independence but fell behind the economic boom. In the 21st century, it is Africa’s turn...

SADC Region Seeks to Accelerate Industrialisation amid Challenges in Mining and Energy

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By Abayomi Azikiwe Swaziland summit discusses economic crises in the sub-continent The Republic of South Africa, the most industrialised state in the region, is still undergoing...

United You Don’t Stand

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From the Editors The latest news about Israel is again about some on-going land grab. This is not new news. This has been going on...

Cracking the Arab World’s Development Puzzle: Oil or Politics?

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By Ibrahim Elbadawi and Hoda Selim Is the Arab World cursed by its own institutions rather than by oil wealth? These institutions, which have predated...

Where Next for Syria?

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By James Denselow The conflict in Syria has been going on for almost six years and despite events in Aleppo would appear to have the...

Managing Human and Intellectual Capital for Sustaining African Organisations

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By Hamid H. Kazeroony, Yvonne du Plessis, Bill Buenar Puplampu In this article, the authors examine the needs of African organisations for human and intellectual...

The Economy of Dubai

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By Raimundo Soto The success of Dubai in using resource rents for economic development and higher welfare, nevertheless, does not rule out the fact that...

How the Rand Exchange Rate Volatility Affects the South African Economy?

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By Matthew Kofi Ocran While the South African rand has historically been characterised with high volatilities, the recent levels of gyrations of the currency, particularly...

Becoming Better Positioned to Lead the Africa Growth Story

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By Zipho Sikhakhane Africa remains an attractive investment region for the global investor. The businesses that will reap the most benefit from the “Africa rising...

Implications of Islamic Finance in Africa’s Socio-Economic Development

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By Basheer Oshodi Africa, a continent which still feels the scars of slave trade, the wounds of colonialism and apartheid, the disaster of neo-liberalisation, and...

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