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The Democratic Republic of the Congo is known for its mining and agriculture industries but it’s also steeped in rich culture and heritage. Focus visits the DRC's pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.
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A panel of experts discusses the key challenges facing the EU-Africa partnership today, including energy, security, education and the economy.
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'Africans wouldn't risk trip to EU if they had opportunities at home'
"It’s not about giving handouts, it’s about giving a hand up," said the CEO of a philanthropic organisation in Africa.
Africa is embracing leadership to meet the local and global challenges of the 21st Century ǀ View
By 2025, half of Africa's population will be under 25. A demographic and technological explosion has to be met by constantly high rates of economic growth, better governance, more accountability and responsiveness - and Africa is delivering.
African entrepreneurs encouraged to unlock their continent’s potential
The recent Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria brought together thousands of would-be entrepreneurs and potential investors.
Zimbabwe’s post-Mugabe reforms need the support of the West ǀ View
No one should underestimate the scale of the mountain facing Zimbabwe after 37 years under Mugabe. The presidential election in 2018 was a turning point, with voters having a real choice for the first time in decades.
Ivory Coast and Ghana suspend sales of cocoa
The two African governments hope to address the imbalance between farmers' income and money made by large commodity merchants. Producers and traders agreed on this course of action as the majority of money does not reach the farmers who live in poverty.
Design of single African Union passport for all to be unveiled
Africa inches closer to getting a passport for all this year.
The Commonwealth is key to Britain’s post-Brexit success | View
It is [...] no coincidence that H.R.H. Prince Harry visited Zambia this week. A vibrant, democratically-stable, environmentally-aware nation, and one of the main success stories of post-colonialism.
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Six Europeans countries figure in the top 10 most competitive nations globally, according to the World Economic Forum.
Theresa May pledges to overtake USA as leading G7 Africa investor
British Prime Minister Theresa May has set out plans for an extra 4 billion Euros in investments in Africa - as she seeks to overtake the US as the biggest G7 investor in the continent.
Nanawax: The success story of an African print lover [Inspire Africa]
Hannane Ferdjani meets with Maureen Ayite - AKA Nanawax - a passionate businesswoman whose ready-to-wear brand has taken the African fashion scene by storm.
Inspire Africa: Solutions borne out of hardship and challenges
Inspire Africa brings you stories from Uganda and Morocco, where challenges and solutions have been transformed into enterprises, new modes of employment and innovations.
China tops list of lenders to Kenya
In total, foreign countries advanced a total of over $7.4 billion to the government during the period under review.
Ivory Coast set for EU Africa summit
EU and African leaders meet in Ivory Coast on Wednesday. They are there to talk trade and migration. Euronews visited Abidjan, the capital, to
Meet some of the firms creating a new dynamic in Senegal
In this new episode of Focus we’re in Senegal.
Fair finance or funny money? Scepticism greets Zimbabwe's new bond notes
With no national currency since 2009, Zimbabwe launches dollar-backed bond notes to cope with cash crisis.
LIVE: 2016 Ibrahim Index - A Decade of African Governance
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Zimbabwe police break up anti-government protest
Security forces in Zimbabwe have broken up an anti-government protest in the capital, Harare.