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Germany’s new ‘Marshall Plan’ must treat Africa as an equal partner

Germany’s proposal for an African 'Marshall Plan' is very similar to my concept of 'Africapitalism'.
from Time on Dec 2, 2016.

New UK aid reviews set out 'a vision for global development'

Britain's development aims are set out by International Development Secretary Priti Patel.
from DfID on Dec 1, 2016.

Nigeria’s telcos are being forced to increase mobile internet prices

Unfavourable government policies seem likely to reverse the rise in Nigeria’s mobile internet subscriber base, which a year ago approached 100 million.
from Quartz Africa on Nov 30, 2016.

Rohingyas not responsibility of Bangladesh alone

As Rohingyas from Myanmar continue to enter Bangladesh, diplomats and experts have suggested that Dhaka should take a firm stance and make diplomatic moves to resolve the crisis.
from Daily Star on Nov 30, 2016.

Five reasons not to trust Mugabe's central bank chief on bond notes

Practically all the info on Zimbabwe's new currency-that-isn’t-a-currency has been dodgy, misleading or illogical.
from Mail&Guardian on Nov 28, 2016.

Rwanda doesn’t fit the usual narrative of China’s interest in Africa

Rwanda doesn’t fit the usual narrative of China’s interest in Africa— that China is interested in Africa for its minerals, arable land, and as a dumping ground for goods.
from Quartz on Nov 28, 2016.

Arctic changing at an 'unprecedented' rate – and will impact us all

A five-year study into the Arctic and its climate has concluded change in the region is accelerating at an alarming rate, which could even lead to sea-ice-free summers.
from Wired on Nov 27, 2016.

'A new genocide:' Colombia's peace deal ushers in fresh violence

Amid a final push to end the world's longest-running conflict, peace advocates have been targeted across Cololmbia even as a deal has been signed.
from DeutscheWelle on Nov 25, 2016.

The coming war on China

A major US military build-up – including nuclear weapons – is under way in Asia and the Pacific with the aim of confronting China. John Pilger raises the alarm.
from New Internationalist on Nov 24, 2016.

How use of French in Cameroon has ignited independence calls

People in anglophone areas of Cameroon have been protesting against alleged failure to implement measures that would guarantee self-determination.
from International Business Times on Nov 23, 2016.
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