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Governance and Economic Growth in Africa: Is Democracy Dead?

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States defined democracy as the government of the people, by the people and for the people. Good governance and political stability is a prerequisite for economic growth. However, several African countries leaders have been clinching to...

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Can Private Investments Bridge Africa’s Infrastructural Gap?

According to the World Bank estimates, the continent requires about US$38 billion per year in infrastructure financing, another US$37 billion per year in maintenance and operations, funding gap estimated at about US$35 billion. These equate about 12% of the whole continent’s GDP and put...

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