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South Africa’s New Coalition Government to Focus on Broad-Based Economic Development

South Africa’s New Coalition Government to Focus on Inclusive Economic Expansion Following years of political friction and economic instability, South Africa heralds a dawn of collaborative governance. The country's latest regime promises to make inclusive economic growth its top priority. "We aim to build an economy where everyone has a fair shot," proclaimed Minister Mbyeni during her press conference. Amidst growing concerns, the coalition vows to tackle economic disparity and bolster opportunities for the…

there are “economic challenges”

The Chadian contingent deployed in the three border zones (Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso) by 1,200 men has halved. The reason given by the Chadian authorities is a strategic reassignment to make the G5 Sahel force more operational in the theater for operations against terrorism. Does this withdrawal leave a void on the ground? Not…

with the tip of childbirth, financial exercise picks up once more

In Uganda, the 42-day containment in mid-June ordered to fight the new wave of Covid-19 cases that ended on Saturday, July 31. Transportation, including motorcycle taxis, is allowed again and shopping malls can reopen. The curfew will be maintained at 7 pm and the schools will remain closed for the time being, but for Kampala residents, the resumption of operations is a real relief.…

Niger in the spiral of economic crisis

With less than 6,000 cases of Covid-19 registered for 195 deaths, Niger is one of the least affected countries from a health point of view, but its economy is one of the most affected. And the impact of the pandemic has exacerbated the existence of uncertainty in production and exacerbated the number of Nigerians who end up in very great insecurity.…

Unlock the regions’ economic potential for

On May 20, you organized a virtual round table serving on employment, territories and local development in Senegal, discussions that you believe showed the potential for economic transformation of regions that can become a reality when local elected representatives have a vision., A strong commitment and ability to mobilize resources in service of their projects.…

Economic Community of African States

The meeting on Friday 4 June in Brazzaville, the Heads of State of the Central African Economic Community (ECCAS), decided to follow the African Union's position on Chad. Presidents João Lourenço of Angola, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi of the DRC, Faustin Archange Touadéra of Central Africa and Denis Sassou-Nguesso of the Republic of the Congo have announced their willingness to support the transition in…

Transition in Chad: financial actors

The African Union should at present choose doable sanctions in opposition to Chad. However it doesn't have the ability to impose monetary sanctions. Three weeks after the announcement of the dying of President Idriss Déby, adopted by the institution of a army council at the top of the nation, consisting of fifteen generals, a interval of transition that has simply opened raises an infinite variety of…

Chad’s economic development, a major failure

Financially, Idriss Déby will not go into the history of his country as a great builder, nor a development architect. His country is at the bottom of the world rankings for development. The oil rent that started in 2003 has hardly helped the population. 187 out of 189 countries, this is Chad's position in the UN ranking for…

Congo-B: financial actors require

The Congolese government has just faced debts from economic operators who have pre-financed the state's works. Although the requirements were revised, they were only partially settled. Operators believe it will be difficult to revive the national economy with the small domestic commercial debt paid to them. They call for arbitration by the head of state for a final solution to their problem.…

President confirms presidential election despite economic tensions

Congolese President Denis Sassou delivered his traditional message on the nation's state on Wednesday, December 23, ahead of Parliament's congressional meeting. He described a difficult economic situation, but which does not prevent the organization of the next presidential election by March 21 in accordance with the constitutional deadlines.…

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