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(9/18/2018)
Zimbabwe’s liquidity crisis continues to worsen six weeks on from its contested elections. While local financiers admit that they’re treading cautiously, there is a view that the UK could lead […]
(9/18/2018)
EXX Africa director Robert Besseling presented on Organized Crime and Political Influence at the OSAC-ISMA conference in Johannesburg. View the original article here.
(9/10/2018)
De hautes personnalités politiques, militaires et des chefs d’entreprises publiques djiboutiens seraient impliqués dans un trafic d’armes, selon un rapport de E.X.X Africa, une société spécialisée dans l’analyse des risques […]
(9/10/2018)
Alors que le Forum sur la coopération sino-africaine (Focac) vient de se terminer, en présence d’une cinquantaine de chefs d’État africains, deux études publiées fin août mettent en lumière un […]
(9/10/2018)
Beside China’s massive investments in Africa under the Road and Belt Initiative, the Asian giantalso seeks to control a greater share of the weapons trade in Africa. View the original […]
(9/6/2018)
Zimbabwe’s constitutional court confirmed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory in last month’s election, batting away opposition allegations of rigging in the first vote since the ouster of longtime strongman Robert Mugabe. […]
(9/6/2018)
ECAs and DFIs are showing an increased risk appetite for African exposures, especially on large-scale project financings. However, these policy-driven financial institutions need to collaborate rather than compete on such […]
(9/6/2018)
EXX Africa director Robert Besseling addressed delegates at the ITFA Annual Conference in Cape Town on Investing in Africa: Myth and Reality. View the original article here.
(8/17/2018)
The reluctance of western and other powers to act against Djibouti’s increasing arms trafficking activities poses an existential threat to the security of the Horn of Africa and imperils ongoing […]
(8/7/2018)
Johannesburg (AFP) – Newly-elected President Emmerson Mnangagwa has declared Zimbabwe “open for business” — but analysts say that reversing the disastrous investor exodus of the Mugabe years will require more […]
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