Cyril Prinsloo

Cyril Prinsloo joined the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) as a Researcher in the Economic Diplomacy Programme in 2015. His key research portfolios include infrastructure financing and development in African countries and Africa’s interaction with strategic global partners (US, EU, China, BRICS). Previously he worked as an economic development consultant, providing technical assistance and capacity building support on trade and investment, regional integration and infrastructure development to various international development partners, governments and Regional Economic Communities across Southern and Eastern Africa. He holds a Masters of Arts degree in International Studies from the University of Stellenbosch.

Works by this author

Optimising Agricultural Value Chains in Southern Africa After COVID-19

New Dimensions of Growth and Development in Africa-China Cooperation

The Macroeconomic Impact of COVID-19 on Africa

The New Development Bank: Towards Greater Efficiency

Partnering with the New Development Bank: What Improved Services can it Offer Middle-income Countries?

The Pitfalls of Private Sector Investment in Infrastructure Financing

Informing the Approach of Multilateral Development Banks to Use of Country systems: Policy Briefing

Bolsonaro and the BRICS: Bull in a China Shop?

Does South Africa Need Its Own Export-Import Bank?

BRICS-Africa Cooperation: Achievements and Opportunities

BRICS, Africa and Global Economic Governance: Achievements and the Future

Power and the Private Sector in Tanzania: Prospects for the AFDB's High Fives Strategy

Informing the Approach of Multilateral Development Banks to Use of Country systems

After AGOA: It's time for an improved US-Africa trade relationship

Boosting South Africa’s Economic Relations with the BRICS

Deepening Trade and Investment Relations Post-AGOA - Three Options for South Africa

New Development Bank: Moving the BRICS From an Acronym to an Institution

Making sustainable Development the Key Focus of the BRICS New Development Bank