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N°32 July 2011

N°32 July 2011

THE AFRICA REPORT 32. July 2011

 

IS GOOGLE GOOD FOR AFRICA?

Ghana. An exclusive interview with Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings

Kenya. William Ruto fights ICC allegations

South Sudan. Open for business

COUNTRY FOCUS: Mozambique

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IS GOOGLE GOOD FOR AFRICA?

Silicon Valley’s least evil company is rewiring Africa’s internet, building an army of African techies who are using its platforms to create new content for the continent and helping activists assert their freedom to information.  But why is Google investing so much money in Africa?  Plus maps, statistics, people to watch and vital at-a-glance data!

Ghana. An exclusive interview with Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings

“I am not a difficult woman…”. Former first lady and National Democratic Congress leadership candidate Nana Rawlings explains why she is challenging President John Atta Mills for the presidential nomination.


Kenya. William Ruto fights ICC allegations

William Ruto is making another run at the presidency with many hurdles ahead. not least the threat of prosecution at The Hague.


South Sudan. Open for business

Tensions are still high between Juba and Khartoum, but the creation of the new state of South Sudan on 9 July means vast business opportunities for foreign and local investors.


COUNTRY FOCUS: Mozambique

Working towards self-reliance and poverty alleviation A special 6-page focus on Mozambique featuring close ups of primary sectors and growth areas plus people to watch and key data.

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