Kenya’s long-running political drama is sinking deeper into crisis, testing the outermost limits of the country’s election laws. View the original article here.
Two months after Kenya staged its presidential election, the East African nation’s political future remains a guessing game. View the original article here.
INTO AFRICA: EXX AFRICA DIRECTOR ROBERT BESSELING WRITES AN EXCLUSIVE FEATURE ON THE RISK OF NATIONALISM IN AFRICA(10/9/2017)
Over the past few years, African economies have increasingly an essential part of any expansion strategy as corporate leaders and fund managers under constant pressure to maximize returns and put […]
EXX AFRICA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ROBERT BESSELING PRESENTED ON AFRICA’S POLITICAL RISK OUTLOOK AT TXF CAPE TOWN 2017(10/4/2017)
DFIs and MFIs are increasing support for new projects, trade blocs have renewed efforts to promote intra-African trade and ECAs are developing creative market offerings as part of a strategy […]
EXX AFRICA DIRECTOR ROBERT BESSELING SPEAKS AT GTR SINGAPORE ON OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICA FOR ASIAN INVESTORS(9/6/2017)
Building on its reputation as the largest and most popular trade finance gathering anywhere in the world, the conference provides an effective and impartial marketplace for all involved in trade, […]
NAIROBI — While the decision by Kenya’s Supreme Court to annul the results of August’s presidential election was hailed around the world as a step forward for democracy, a new […]
LUANDA (Reuters) – Angola’s ruling MPLA party held a commanding lead in provisional general election results, with 64.57 percent of the votes tallied compared with the opposition UNITA party’s 24.4 […]
Abuja — Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari took to state TV on Monday in his first speech since returning from a long medical absence in Britain, in a bid to damp […]
Kenya is sliding toward a potentially violent political crisis over opposition allegations that hackers interfered with provisional vote tallies from Tuesday’s general elections. View the original article here.
Jose Eduardo dos Santos is set to maintain control from behind the scenes when he steps down as Angola’s president next month after almost four decades in office. View the […]