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COMMENT: African Renaissance at last

Reports of African economies among fastest growing show long dream turning into reality COMMENT | GERALD MBANDA | The concept of African Renaissance has been on the lips of progressive Africans for decades as a renewal of the way of doing things to overcome Africa’s challenges and advance the well-being of …

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COMMENT: Burning Africa’s ivory

Why Africa should not celebrate the ban of   ivory markets even if ending poaching is noble COMMENT | GERALD MBANDA | China, which for decades has been the world’s largest ivory market, is hailed for her recent ban on ivory trade and shutting down more than 150 ivory factories and shops …

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COMMENT: AU reform prescriptions

Are Kagame’s proposals to fellow African leaders too bitter a pill for them? By Gerald Mbanda The Rwandan President Paul Kagame, during the recent 28th African Union (AU) Summit in Addis Ababa, presented recommendations for the institutional reform of the African Union. He told his fellow leaders that these would …

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