Southern Africa debt profiles
4IR in SA is too important to remain the domain of the elite
How technical knowledge flows between China and Africa: it’s complicated
Nurturing Sudan’s fledgling power-sharing accord
Special Edition: Women, Power & Policy Making
How Africa measures up on governance
Which direction will the uprising take in Algeria?
Celebrating Eid Al-Adha amid soaring prices in Egypt
Is the AU becoming more efficient?
From the research library
Books, journals and digital documents
Agriculture to Nutrition (ATONU): Evaluation of Integrated Agriculture and Nutrition-sensitive Interventions for the African Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) Programme in Tanzania
Le Rôle des Investissements Publics sur L'emploi des Femmes Sénégalaises Dans un Contexte de Libéralisation Commerciale / The Role of Public Investment in Employing Senegalese Women in the Context of Trade Liberalisation
Towards Building a Fair and Orderly International Framework for Sovereign Debt Restructuring: An African Perspective
Climate Resilience in Developing Cities: Msimbazi Basin, Dar es Salaam
From our partners
Money Talks - A key reason youths join Boko Haram
The particular observation in this study, that people join Boko Haram because of financial rewards, challenges the popular scholarly proposition that poverty has no direct causal link with terrorism and violent extremism.
Life Stories: Learning from Kismayo
'Life Stories' is a set of deep, introspective narratives provided by six of the individual women that took part in a research process that examined the gendered dynamics of inter-clan conflict in Kismayo, Somalia, and in particular the role of women in processes of violence and peace.
2018 National Budget set to restore Zambia's economy
The budget has chartered a course for accelerating fiscal fitness but questions remain over increased debt – total government debt will be 47% of GDP in 2017, more than double the 21% of GDP it was in 2011.
Infographic: Financing the African Union
Securing the financial independence of the African Union (AU) has always been an elusive matter for leaders of the continent. Despite the fact that the transition from the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) to the AU in 2002 led to the creation of a more robust continental institution with a broadened mandate, African leaders are yet to sufficiently provide the AU with a sustainable finance to fund its activities.