Mozambique goes to the polls next Tuesday, October 15, against a backdrop of new investment plans that would significantly improve the country’s economic growth outlook, but also some concern over the possibility of conflict in what is guaranteed to be a disputed outcome.
Cash-strapped Eskom is struggling to emerge from a financial crisis.
Nigeria needs to review existing structures to drive growth. xtock/Shutterstock By Ohio Omiunu, Senior Lecturer in Law, De Montfort University There have been sustained efforts to diversify Nigeria’s economy since the country returned to democratic civilian...
ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara dissolved the government on Wednesday, according to a statement from the presidency, amid tensions with his party’s partner in the governing coalition. Prime Minister Amadou...
Govt as a client is still a safe bet – Rebosis CEO Andile Mazwai
The data could not be more clear. Countries that pursue greater levels of economic freedom reap resounding benefits.
Op-Ed: S.A’s NHI – Is it necessary or appropriate for government to provide “free healthcare for all”?
Directly or indirectly, the government would control the availability, financing, and delivery of healthcare — the choice would no longer be ours to make.