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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news in Africa.
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Finance & Development
September 2008
David C. L. Nellor
The Rise of Africa's "Frontier" Markets A number of sub-Saharan countries are beginning to attract investors to their financial markets mark for My Articles 450 similar articles
Finance & Development
September 2008
Gupta & Tareq
Mobilizing Revenue Strengthening domestic revenue bases is key to creating fiscal space for Africa's developmental needs mark for My Articles 250 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 2008
Wang & Bio-Tchane
Africa's Burgeoning Ties with China Africa and China have been trading partners for centuries. But in recent years, the level and intensity of their relationship have increased dramatically. mark for My Articles 340 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 2008
Country Focus South Africa is currently seeing its longest expansion, thanks in part to sound policies. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
February 7, 2008
Paul Tolme
How Cheap LEDs Could Efficiently Power Africa and Beyond Helping Africa light up. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
Robert J. Ross
Congo Photo Gallery: Expedition Bonobo A perilous expedition into the Democratic Republic of the Congo hopes to establish contact that will help preserve the Iyaelima people and rare bonobo apes. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
December 2007
Carl Hoffman
Strange Bird Need something (or somebody) flown around Africa without a lot of questions? Can you pay with bricks of cash? Then you want old-school bush pilot Tim Roman, a man with a deft touch on jungle runways, and a place on every smart dictator's speed dial. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Finance & Development
December 1, 2007
Bio-Tchane & Yehoue
Africa's Missing Ingredients How international economic aid can be better directed to entrench development in sub-Saharan Africa. mark for My Articles 220 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 21, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
African Chemistry Network Launches The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has launched the Pan African Chemistry Network (PACN), an initiative which it hopes will promote scientific development and education across Africa. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2007
Efficient Cookstove Saves Refugee Lives in Sudan's Darfur Region Environmental energy researchers have helped refugees in Darfur with a high-efficiency cookstove made of inexpensive sheetmetal. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
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