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Zimbabwe before and after the elections: A concerned assessment

An economic turnaround in Zimbabwe hinges on the re-establishment of the rule of law and, more immediately the staging of free and fair presidential elections by March 2002. The opportunity to facilitate this, and the role of the SADC and SA is key …

Ivory coast - Too much cocoa and cofee is bad for you?

This Brief Report discusses the roots of the crisis in the Ivory Coast. Felix Houphouet-Boigny’s regime is increasingly under threat. The economy grew rapidly after independence in 1960, due to state capitalism and friendly relations with the West, …

The Art of creating Money: An Appraisal of Zimbabwe’s Economy

Zimbabwe’s economy continues to struggle. The much-anticipated economic growth and stability in the ‘new dispensation’ remain elusive and ordinary citizens continue to bear the brunt of the economic plunge. This report analyses key economic challen…

Angola’s New President: Reforming to Survive

President João Lourenço – who replaced José Eduardo dos Santos in 2017 – has been credited with significant progress in fighting corruption and opening up the political space in Angola. But this has been achieved against a backdrop of economic decli…

COVID-19 & les Agendas Internationaux de Developpement: Sortie de Piste? / COVID-19 & the International Development Agendas: Off the Track?

At the national level, and gobally, Cameroon has achieved a goal out of 08 within the framework of the 2015 agenda of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), and nearly 03 targets out of 20. This has led the country to renew the MDGs by 2020. And …

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